Summer is almost here, and one of the greatest parts of summer in West Michigan is the Frederik Meijer Gardens Summer Concert Series! Well, now we know the lineup for this year's shows!
Previously we learned that Joan Baez, Mary Chapin Carpenter & The Indigo Girls Amy Ray & Emily Saliers will be coming on June 12, and that Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson would be here August 18, but that was t
This afternoon, Harry Connick, Jr., announced his summer concert tour, which includes a date here in West Michigan!
The tour includes a stop in Grand Rapids at Frederik Meijer Gardens Amphitheater at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park on Aug. 2.
The Fifth/Third Bank Summer Concerts at Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park boast a pretty fantastic lineup this summer - and it shows by how well tickets sold following their release to Meijer Gardens members over the weekend.
Twelve of the thirty shows scheduled for this summer's concert series have already sold out.
More and more acts are slowly being announced for Frederik Meijer Gardens' annual summer concert series.
Monday is was revealed that pop rock band Counting Crows will be coming to the Gardens on July 21st.
Last month, Frederik Meijer Gardens gave us a sneak peek of the acts that would be coming for their annual Summer Concert Series. The first round of acts announced included country act Montgomery Gentry, actor/musician Steve Martin, and the Steve Miller Band. This morning, the Gardens announced to more acts that will be gracing their stage this season.
One of the tell-tale signs, at least in my world, that Spring is almost here, is when Frederik Meijer Gardens starts announcing the lineup for their Summer Concert Series. Every year, they bring in some of the top acts in the country to perform at their amphitheater right here in Grand Rapids. Part of this year's lineup was announced today! Check out some of the acts coming to the Gardens after th
Huey Lewis, Steve Martin, and Pat Benatar are among those appearing this summer at the Meijer Garden concert series, which has a record number of acts. The amphitheater outside at Meijer Gardens is a terrific place to see and hear a show. It's very intimate confines make you feel like you're up close and personal with the performers.