Live music is back at The Mendel Center! This time we're taking the entertainment outdoors onto the spacious grounds of Lake Michigan College where we can all socially distance while having a great time complete with trivia contest, prize give-a-ways, and other fun!
Here's how it works. One ticket gets your carload of friends and family (up to 6 people) onto the lot on the Grand Upton Hall side of The Mendel Center. Park and get ready to enjoy the show from inside your vehicle by listening to the FM radio broadcast, or break out the lawn chairs and safely social distance with your group in your personal tailgate space. The live action on stage will be projected on a big screen for great viewing throughout the lot.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 9 LINEUP
Recognized as one of the leading women of jazz/pop crossover for three years in a row by Jazziz Magazine, Jenna Mammina’s live performances capture her audiences and hold them like butterflies in the palm of her hand. “Jenna could sing a page from the phone book and make it sound like her own private piece of the sky,” writes Grapevine Culture critic Kimberlye Gold.
The Andrew Fisher Quartet
The Andrew Fisher Quartet is a neo-soul jazz group from right here in southwest Michigan. They specialize in blending traditional genres such as soul, funk, R&B, Mowtown, and more while using the language of improvisation and jazz. Since its inception in 2015, AFQ showcases the unique talents of its members on well-known songs and catalog as well as on original music from their 2019 EP.
Doctors and engineers by day, musicians by night, Doc Revolver is as eclectic as the music they play. You’ll be sure to recognize some of the songs they cover, spanning multiple genres including rock, pop, alternative, indie, and the occasional country song.
Sponsored by The Southwestern Michigan Tourist Council
Admission: $50 per car standard parking; $60 per car premium parking
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