For the eighth year, a wide variety of local and regional musicians will perform in the “For Love of the Sally” concert series at Grand Haven’s D&W Fresh Market.
After years of performing in high school, some local graduates continue their passion for marching band and color guard.
Spring Lake’s marching band turned in its best score of the season on Saturday at the East Kentwood Band Invitational.
POLKTON TWP. — The history of a 150-year-old Coopersville-area landmark will be celebrated from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23.
SPRING LAKE — Seth Glier and Birds of Chicago headline the annual Courtyard Concert at 2 p.m. Sunday in the courtyard behind Seven Steps Up, 116 S. Jackson St.
Images from halftime of Grand Haven vs. Grandville with the GH marching band and youth football team parade
Images from the Spring Lake marching band's halftime performance at the Battle of the Bayou on Thursday night.
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 total of 28 competitors took part in Monday's Coast Guard Festival Idol, a vocal competition shaped after the popular television series "American Idol." The competition took place at Waterfront Stadium.
Macy Krupiczewicz is a broadcast journalism major at Michigan State University, but her real passion is getting up on stage and rocking to her favorite country tunes.
Leo and Courtney Lampinen watched their twin sons, Jason and Jackson, 4, as they eagerly watched a clown make them balloon animals.
Hundreds of people packed Grand Haven’s Waterfront Stadium Sunday evening to hear the Christian pop rock group, Hawk Nelson, minister during Worship on the Waterfront.
SPRING LAKE — Mill Point Park filled with lawn chairs Thursday evening as part of the Music at the Point summer concert series, hosted by the Spring Lake Heritage Festival.