Grove Studios Live at RAC

. March 19, 2018.
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Grove Studios is making moves! In fact, they HAVE moved…into a new physical space, located at 884 Railroad St – Check it out:  You can follow on Facebook for more updates about this community-minded multi-purpose space for local artists. But what we’re here to tell you about is their monthly live music/arts showcase at the Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti (Live at RAC).

The partnership that Grove has built with RAC is “very symbiotic in nature,” said Erich Friebel, one of Grove’s cofounding members. The intent is to bring “…a community of musicians together from all genres, levels of ability or profession, and walks of life.” These events are designed to function as a resource to creatives by including keynote speakers presenting relevant topics.

This months event, hosted Saturday at RAC, is called “Every Woman Has A Story,” (in honor of Women’s History Month). Not only is it a diverse lineup of local musicians, DJs, and artists, but there will also be local food and body-care vendors, as well as a fashion runway. INFO BELOW:

7:00 DOORS
7:30-8:00 Julie Hirchert – Mindfulness Educator
8:05-8:20 Runway Show pt 1- Jean’s Vintage
8:25-8:55 Dana Tey – Indie Gospel music to inspire
9:00-9:15 Runway Show pt 2 – Basic_brat / XVRTX
9:20-9:50 Misty Lyn Bergeron – solo acoustic songwriter
9:55-10:10 Runway Show pt 3- White Owl jewelry
10:15-11 Ex American – Experimental, electronic, dance, new wave

DJ – problematicblackhottie
Doradiaspora – live artist
Dynelle Mackey w/ Revitalize Self Care. All natural handcrafted Michigan-made personal care products.
Kahtie Lee w/ Kahtie Cooks Skip the diet and just eat healthy

$10 admission, $7 with student ID

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