For Pete’s Sake

. May 1, 2015.
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Thursday, May 14

Folk-icon Pete Seeger called folk music “everyone’s music.” And most everyone who hangs around The Ark knows about Seeger’s musical and activist influence. This year’s Pete Seeger tribute concert will take on a tone of remembrance, after his death last year, sharing songs of freedom, laughs, and memories. And in Seeger’s inclusive spirit, everyone is invited.

8pm, Thursday, May 14, $10/general admission, $17/reserved. The Ark, 316 S. Main St. 734-761-1800. theark.org

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