Walk the Beat is a huge benefit to our community, for which we’re extremely appreciative.
Fifty-two musical acts performed at 26 different venues on Grand Haven’s east side Saturday afternoon for a chance at winning the Best Band and Best Song competition. The event also helped raise money for the Walk the Beat organization.
The sound of music filled the air along the Beechtree Street corridor Saturday as sunny skies provided a perfect venue for the 2017 Walk the Beat.
Walk the Beat music festival returns to Grand Haven on Saturday
A local musician is hoping to bring about several nights of music, movies and family fun for people of all ages beginning later this week on Grand Haven’s east side.
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.
While Walk the Beat drew an eclectic mix of musical acts from across the Midwest, some of the most entertaining acts came from right here in Grand Haven.
Jake Kershaw and his band spent the first two hours of Saturday’s Walk the Beat huddled up beneath a tent, trying to escape the pounding rain that soaked Grand Haven.
Despite heavy rain and a tornado warning, Saturday's Walk the Beat music festival persevered, and when the skies cleared, big crowds came out to listen to the tunes.
Seventy musical acts will play at 35 different venues throughout Grand Haven during the annual Walk the Beat event Saturday.
Through the inaugural Repeat the Beat campaign, Loutit District Library and the Walk the Beat organization have collected 20 gently used musical instruments for students who wish to start or continue their musical career.
When he was a kid, Gary Burns dreamed of playing bass guitar in a rock band.
A local family was certainly in the holiday spirit this past year.