Concerts

September 01 2020

Summer may be over (well, not officially until Sept. 22), but there are still a slew of outdoor concerts you can enjoy this month.

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May 01 2020

Think a little virus is going to keep the Stulberg International String Competition from happening? Think again.

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April 01 2020

There are few Michiganders who don’t know the name Gordon Lightfoot, famous in these parts for his 1976 ballad “The Wreck of the Edmund F

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February 01 2020

If the name Darcy Wilkin sounds familiar, it’s probably because this singer-songwriter from Kalamazoo has a few alter egos: She is a memb

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February 01 2020

From waltzes to West Side Story, the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra is serving up a smorgasbord of romantic standards on Valentine’s

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December 01 2019

When the Old 97’s bring their Holiday Hoopla to Bell’s Eccentric Café Dec. 13, it’ll be a gift that keeps on giving.

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November 01 2019

The Goo Goo Dolls, famous for such hit songs as “Iris,” “Slide,” “Name” and “Black Balloon,” will perform at the State Theatre Nov. 8.

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November 01 2019

Several regional musicians are on the program for the K’zoo Folklife Organization’s 22nd Annual Benefit Concert on Nov.

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September 01 2019

Looking for a relaxing way to introduce yourself to symphonic music?

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September 01 2019

You’d be hard pressed to find a better way to relive the alternative rock music of the 1990s than by taking in a concert by two of that d

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