Experience a unique summer series featuring the best of Michigan music and beer while supporting a community non-profit. Local to Ann Arbor, Abigail Stauffer has brought her emotionally engaging songs to venues all over the city, including a recent performance at the Ark. Joining for a dynamic double-bill is Kate Peterson, known for her genuine
Don’t miss an opportunity to hear the iconic vocals of Judy Collins on the intimate stage at The Ark. The legendary songstress is renowned for her stunning interpretations of music by fellow artists like Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Joni Mitchell, along with her own open and vulnerable songs. Judy’s career has spanned over 50
Ann Arbor has a history with the blues. The city gave life to the world’s first electric blues festival in 1969, playing host to the most celebrated blues musicians of all time (B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, the list goes on…). This year, the spirit of the festival lives on in a 2-day
“Heathers”, the 2014 musical based on the 1989 movie starring Winona Ryder, will be presented by Ann Arbor Civic Theatre from June 7th-10th at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
For a slice of Canadiana, check out the Fourth Annual Taste of Tecumseh Festival at Lakewood Park on the shores of Lake St. Clair in Tecumseh, Ontario.
Refreshments, raffles and door prizes all will be in full effect with proceeds designated to develop a youth-focused community center in Inkster, called the High Five Hideout.
A musical incarnation of what’s been called “hillbilly Pink Floyd” and “surreal Americana” all over the festival circuit through US, the UK and Canada.
Currently working on a second album, the band focuses on telling stories about growing up and looking for, and finding, hope in unlikely places. Opening acts include Valley Girl, Vandalay & Inner Circle Avenue.