MUSKEGON — Teens danced to the music of The Roaring Twenties during Fruitport High School’s Prom 2017 held Saturday night at the Watermark in Muskegon.
Organizers said that this year’s Earth Day events were the most successful ever.
Event organizers say they’re accepting applications from interested bands and singer/songwriters from all genres of music until Friday, April 28, for Walk the Beat 2017.
SPRING LAKE — Clay Boatman and more than 130 other West Michigan American House residents tapped their feet to the music when they entertained Wednesday by a lively brass quintet from the Grand Rapids Symphony.
Aqualung, my friend, don’t start away uneasy: Jethro Tull set for August!
John Cook has been calling square dances for local dads, daughters for 30 years
FERRYSBURG — Shadows danced on the faces of excited young children and sounds of the season carried the darkness as dozens of people gathered Saturday evening for the annual “Caroling in the Park.”
The Grand Haven High School Choral Ensemble performed its first mini concert of the season on Wednesday at a luncheon meeting of Counterpart.
For the seventh consecutive year, a wide variety of area and regional musicians will perform in the “For Love of the Sally” concert series at Grand Haven’s D&W Fresh Market.
UPDATE: The Music at the Museum concert series at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum has sold out.
Find out how our local high school marching bands fared in competition this past season.
Six children will be able to attend pre-school in Grand Haven as a result of Saturday’s Art in the Yard event at Baker Lumber
Aaron Dworkin, dean of the U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance, will speak and perform at Grand Haven High School on Thursday, Oct. 6.
Blue skies and sunshine greeted a few hundred spectators at the fourth Courtyard Concert held Sunday in the parking lot outside Seven Steps Up concert venue.
A free smooth jazz concert at Grand Haven’s Waterfront Stadium scheduled for tonight has been postponed until next month.