Tuesday Evening Music Club
Tuesday Evening Music Club
July 3, 2018 – August 28, 2018
The Tuesday Evening Music Club brings talented local and regional musicians to the Frederik Meijer Gardens Amphitheater stage Tuesday evenings—free to Meijer Gardens members—throughout July and August.
Quickly becoming the summer's best family entertainment value, the Tuesday Evening Music Club brings talented local and regional musicians to the Frederik Meijer Gardens Amphitheater stage Tuesday evenings—free to Meijer Gardens members—throughout July and August.
As an added bonus, all of Meijer Gardens is open to visitors until 9 pm on Tuesday concert nights. Guests may bring picnic food during the shows or enjoy the Balk Café and amphitheater concessions. Chairs of all heights are welcomed.
Concerts are free for members and included with paid admission to Meijer Gardens for the general public. Most Tuesday Evening Music Club shows begin at 7 pm, please check the individual show to verify.
Hannah Rose and the GravesTones: A combination of Funk, Blues, Country, Jazz, and Rock and Roll, led by a songstress with a voice all her own.
Rachel Curtis: A stirring, well-seasoned vocalist and 2018 American Idol contestant, backed by her band.
The Kathy Lamar and Robin Connell Band: With Kathy singing and Robin on the keys, it’s a blend of R&B, Soul, and Pop with a tinge of Jazz.
Soul Syndicate: A cadre of the region’s most talented musicians, doing more than justice to the likes of Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and more!
The Eric Engblade Quartet: Led by award winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Eric Engblade, it’s folk rock with teeth.
Wire in the Wood: An eclectic selection of Prog-Bluegrass traditional and modern covers.
Valley Girl: Upbeat, indie-pop with reminiscences of eighties synth.
The Hacky Turtles: Unique, alternative rock with forays into folk and funk.
Lipstick Jodi: An indie, alt-pop band with a slight punk edge, creating a rich sound out of only three pieces.
Hollywood Makeout: An energetic punch of alternative rock, pop, garage, and surf.
Nessa: A combination of classical, jazz, and Celtic influences, led by flutist and vocalist Kelly McDermott.
The Moxie Strings: A foot-stomping, rock-influenced, progressive spin on traditional Celtic and Americana classics and originals.
Franklin Park: Reunited in 2010, these former classmates from 1969 perform spot-on renditions of The Beatles, The Birds, The Rascals and more.
6 Pak: A legendary all girl band originally formed in 1967, performing the grooviest hits from that era.
Winnow: Indie-folk rock driven by powerful, haunting vocals.
(formerly Watching for Foxes)
Desmond Jones: A fusion of funk, rock and jazz, centered around melodic guitar rifts.
Ralston & Friends: Local music icon Ralston Bowles shares the stage with friends and collaborators from the community and beyond.