Northern Michigan Events: Interlochen Center for the Art's summer line-up continues to flourish! Check out what they have in the queue for this week only a short drive from Traverse City!
Quickly claiming the title of "country music's all-time greatest duos" Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry will put on a show that all fans of country music are sure to love. Sharing the stage during the performance will be Mandy Alexander, a Traverse City native that has made a big name for herself in the country music realm. She has opened for musicians such as Bo Bice, Kellie Pickler and Andy Griggs. For more information click here!
Styx is considered to be one of the biggest rock acts from the '70s. With hit singles such as "Come Sail Away" “Renegade,” “Blue Collar Man,” “Fooling Yourself” and “Too Much Time on My Hands” you'll be singing along the entire night! For more information click here!
The Peter from the famous folk trio "Peter, Paul and Mary" will be at Interlochen Friday to spread his message of humanity and caring. This singer-songwriter paired with his trio spread folk into American homes in the 1960s and he still does today. For more information click here!
Prepare to giggle, snort, chuckle, guffaw, chortle and just old-fashioned laugh at this comedy act this Saturday. Centered around exposing ridiculous stereotypes, Dat Phan is the original winner of "Last Comic Standing" and has a stand up act that will leave you light hearted at the end of the night.
“Awadagin Pratt is an extremely talented, award-winning pianist, and we are looking forward to welcoming him to the Kresge stage,” said Derek Kwan, Director of Interlochen Presents. “We are thrilled that such an accomplished musician is able to join the World Youth Symphony Orchestra.” Awadagin Pratt won the 1992 Naumburg International Piano Competition and was awarded the Avery Fisher Career Grant, among numerous other accolades. On July 22, he will join the WYSO to perform Beethoven's 5th piano concerto. For more information click here!
For ticket prices and more go to Interlochen's website.