Meijer Gardens announces summer concert series acts

Some popular musicians are coming to Grand Rapids this summer as part of Meijer Gardens' Summer Concert Series. Full Story
lost

United States

#1 Apr 7, 2008
Please put the address of the events in your newscast or article --new comers to the area do not know where the event is located and /or local
( MI ) residents might need to know where the event will be.
lost

United States

#2 Apr 7, 2008
Please put the address of the events in your newscast or article --new comers to the area do not know where the event is located and /or local
( MI ) residents might need to know where the event will be.
From Greenville

White Cloud, MI

#3 Apr 7, 2008
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
1000 East Beltline NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525

http://www.meijergardens.org/about/maps-direc...
Old Rocker

United States

#5 Apr 7, 2008
I agree. Ticket prices are too high for second or third tier entertainers.
Try "Blues on the Mall" downtown on Wednesday nights this summer. Free shows and great entertainment.
Tiny

Caseville, MI

#7 Apr 7, 2008
bella jr wrote:
Who can afford to go? Not my family. We can't afford the gas and admission to these events. Is there anything happening that is FREE/
Yes there are bella, there are free concerts at several locations during the summer, Ada, Cascade, Lowell, Grand Rapids, East Grand Rapids, J.Ball Park, the list is long.
Some are better then others, but all beat TV.
Lowell, Cascade and J. Ball Parks have some of the better events.
beatrice

Kalamazoo, MI

#8 Apr 7, 2008
Cake isn't a second rate entertainer. I'm getting tix!

Since: Aug 07

Greater Grand Rapids

#9 Apr 7, 2008
John Ball Zoo (grand rapids area) has Jazz on Monday nights.
It's free, a donation is usually passed around.
My family takes a blanket and a picnic and we love it.

I don't think they have the dates out yet though.

Since: Aug 07

Greater Grand Rapids

#10 Apr 7, 2008
A great source for events is the Grand Rapids Family Magazine. Most schools, doctors offices and family type places have the magazines free of charge. Some grocery stores do too. Family Fare on Lake Michigan Drive has the magazines near the front door.
In the back of the magazine there is a section detailing EVERY type of event going on that month. Art, music, theatre, outdoors, indoors-whatever it may be it's listed in the back. The price, hours and directions are also included.

My family uses this magazine to choose our plans for the month.

The articles in the magazine are pretty good too.
Old Rocker

Grand Rapids, MI

#11 Apr 8, 2008
beatrice wrote:
Cake isn't a second rate entertainer. I'm getting tix!
Isn't cake something you eat with ice cream? Never heard of 'em.

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