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Tuesday Evening Music Club begins July 3 at Frederik Meijer Gardens

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Community radio station, 88.1FM WYCE, is a media sponsor for the weekly music series. Legendary local musician Ralston Bowles puts together a line-up of acts exploring various genres to showcase talents that deserves an outdoor amphitheater crowd.
Ampitheater at Meijer Gardens

Ampitheater at Meijer Gardens /Courtesy of WYCE

Tuesday Evening Music Club is a family-friendly approach to exploring the Michigan music scene. Legendary local musician Ralston Bowles puts together a line-up of acts that explore varying genres to showcase the talent that deserves an outdoor amphitheater crowd.

Starting July 3, through August 28 entry to the shows are free for Meijer Gardens members or just the regular admission fee to the gardens for non-members. As an added bonus, all of Meijer Gardens is open to visitors until 9 p.m. on Tuesday concert nights. Guests may bring picnic food during the shows or enjoy the Taste of the Gardens Café and amphitheater concessions. Chairs of all heights are welcomed.

Visit Meijer Gardens Tuesday Evening Music Club page for details on each show plus a Spotify playlist to preview acts.

July 3: Hannah Rose and The GravesTones, Rachel Curtis

July 10: Kathy Lamar and Robin Conell Band, Soul Syndicate

July 17: Wire In the Wood, Eric Engblade Quartet

July 24: Valley Girl, The Hacky Turtles

July 31: Hollywood Makeout, Lipstick Jodi

August 7: Nessa, Moxie Strings

August 14: Franklin Park, 6Pak

August 21: Desmond Jones, Winnow

August 28: Ralston & Friends

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