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Summer Sounds Concert

Friday, July 26, 2024

Bring family and friends for a wonderful night of live music at Michigan Legacy Art Park's scenic outdoor amphitheater.

For more than 20 years, concert-goers have enjoyed the fresh air, relaxed atmosphere and great music of the Summer Sounds concert series , a perfect way to spend a midsummer evening.

Time: Concerts begin at   7pm

Cost: Pre-purchase tickets for an early bird price of $15. Tickets may be available at the door for $20 per adult.

2024 Schedule

June 28: Marion Hayden and Legacy
Marion Hayden is an advocate for the preservation of culture and artistic legacy. Her ensemble - Legacy, performs original works, rooted in Black American music traditions, with special emphasis on narrative compositions exploring themes of social justice, community restoration and healing. Hayden is co-founder of the Grammy-nominated, woman-led ensemble- Straight Ahead. Her
recordings include Visions and Detroit- Jazz City on Blue Note Records.

July 12: Youngman and Oldmen 
Fixtures on the Michigan music scene for the past 50 years, Frank Youngman and Mark Schrock (aka Oldmen) bring a repertoire of Americana folk tunes, vintage jazz, ‘ancient’ country music, and singalongs - wrapped up in a story and a smile. They'll be joined by longtime Jive At Five bandmate Tom T. Ball on bass.

July 19: The Shouting Bones
Enjoy a delightful performance in the Art Park's unique forest amphitheater from indie-rock couple The Shouting Bones, with Eric and Holly Jaqua. They describe themselves and their most recent album as an “acoustic spaghetti Western romance.” Their 13-track debut album, “I’m Gonna Be the One Who Holds You While You Die,” is full of songs about love, but also heartache. The duo also described the album as a “sort of indie-rock mutt."

July 26: Trillium Groove 
Native to Northern Michigan, Trillium Groove is a female-forward trio that plays all the classics you know and love, as well as their own original music. From jazz, to soft rock, to indie pop and more, they are sure to have something for everyone. Ruby (keys), SkyeLea (guitar and ukulele), and Keagan (percussion) blend their own unique styles to create a groove that is their own in three-part harmony.

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