Catch An Out Of This World Concert Experience At The Grand Rapids Public Museum
West Michigan has a lot of love for concerts. We’ve got some of the best venues in Michigan when it comes to seeing live music. If you’ve never caught A concert at Van Andel or somewhere smaller like the intersection, or 20 Monroe, you’ve really been missing a large part of the best part of Grand Rapids nightlife.
But, maybe you are tired of trying to snag seats close to the stage, or in the case of 20 Monroe those awesome balcony seats. And maybe, you’d like to see a concert somewhere unique and new.
Grand Rapids Public Museum is ending their concert series soon, and if you’ve missed this out of this world experience, you’ve still got two more chances to experience it.
The concert under the stars series features local acts playing in the planetarium, literally under the stars.
The final shows of the Concerts Under the Stars series will be held March 10 and 11, in the Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium in the museum, at 272 Pearl St. Each show will begin at 7:30.
Each show begins at 7:30 p.m. with doors opening at 6 p.m., including access to the Museum’s first two floors of exhibits. Performers will play two sets with a short intermission in between. Refreshments, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. Tickets are $20, with discounted pricing of $16 for GRPM members.
And here's a note before you go: Masks are required regardless of vaccination status, and they require that you wear them through the duration of the event.
Imagine getting to enjoy the starry night sky while enjoying Lazy Genius and visual performer Eliza Fernand.
This concert experience is unique, family friendly, and will help support the Grand Rapids Public Museums mission. If you’d like more information or details, you can click here.