Snap Judgement at the State Theatre
Apr
20
8:00 PM20:00

Snap Judgement at the State Theatre

The smoking-hot storytelling show, Snap Judgment, will be electrifying the Kalamazoo State Theatre audience on April 20th, 2018. Snap Judgment is a hot show from NPR that showcases the raw opinions and storytelling skills of Public Radio Talent Quest winner Glynn Washington.

Join Detroit-native, Glynn Washington, as he explores real life drama that will leave you breathless and challenge you to see the world through the eyes of another. Accompanying Glynn is his team of the nation’s top story tellers as well as the Snap band. Lush soundscapes drop the audience into the heart of the story.  It’s storytelling….with a beat! Dramatic tales, killer beats and the edgiest new talent in storytelling come together in the wonderfully intimate setting that is KST.

Snap Judgment is co-presented by Michigan Radio (104.1 FM in West Michigan).

 

Ticket Information:
This is an all ages event with reserved seating. There is an 8 ticket per person limit.
Use code “STORIES” to buy tickets Thursday 1/11 from 11am – 11pm!

  • $25-40

VIP Ticket Information:
VIP can be bought online only. There’s a 4 ticket limit. VIP includes seating in the front of orchestra plus a meet & greet with Glynn Washington and storytellers.

  • $70 – Limited quantity available

 

 

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Apr
20
8:00 PM20:00

Classics Uncorked – Spring Evening. Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

Classics Uncorked – Spring Evening. Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Embrace your KSO as they perform chamber music up close and personal at Friday evening's Classics Uncorked concert. Arrive early as KSO sommelier, Ron Merlino, joins us at 7 pm for a wine prelude. Enjoy music, friends, coffee, desserts, and spirits with our KSO musicians. Cheers! 8 pm. 269-349-7759. $.

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Walking Tour of Downtown Kalamazoo Breweries
Apr
21
12:00 PM12:00

Walking Tour of Downtown Kalamazoo Breweries

Walking Tour of Downtown Kalamazoo Breweries. Join West Michigan Beer Tours for a walking tour of some of downtown Kalamazoo's 8 breweries, held every Saturday from April 1 through Oct. 28.

Each tour will include:

  • Registration at a craft beer bar/restaurant, brewery or other businesses, including Shakespeare’s Pub, Old Burdick’s Bar & Grill, Central City Tap House and more (noon to 1 p.m.)
  • Stops at 3 featured breweries – with samples or pint at each stop
  • Featured Breweries: Arcadia Brewing Co. Kalamazoo, Bell’s Brewery Inc., Gonzo’s BiggDogg Brewing Co., Olde Peninsula Brewpub, Rupert’s Brew House, Tibbs Brewing Co., Brite Eyes Brewing Co., Boatyard Brewing Co.
  • Knowledgeable tour guide providing a history of Kalamazoo, the Michigan craft beer industry
  • Beer-related Souvenir

Registration will be at noon.  Departure at 1 p.m. Tours officially conclude at approximately 4 pm. 12-4:30 pm. 269-350-4598. $. For specific details for this week's tour, visit http://westmichiganbeertours.com/walking-tours/

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Apr
21
8:00 PM20:00

Classics On Tap – Spring Evening. Bell’s Eccentric Cafe.

Classics On Tap – Spring Evening. Bell’s Eccentric Cafe. The perfect combination — music, friends and spirits. Join KSO musicians as they perform chamber favorites. Saturday’s Classics On Tap performance will feature KSO musicians up close and personal at Bell’s Eccentric Café while you enjoy dozens of delicious Bell's brews on tap! Doors open at 7 pm. 8 pm. 269-349-7759. $.

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Apr
22
5:00 PM17:00

Climate Change movie night. Westminster Presbyterian Church

Climate Change movie night. Westminster Presbyterian Church. The impact of climate change on scarcity of resources, migration and conflict is seen through the lens of national security and global stabilization. Doors open at 4:00 pm for those interested in viewing the 6th annual Westminster Arts Festival running concurrently. The movie is 1:20 long with a brief intermission. Afterwards small group discussion will be offered and refreshments are provided. 5-7 pm. 269-254-7634. FREE.

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Gilmore International Keyboard Festival
Apr
25
to May 12

Gilmore International Keyboard Festival

Presented biennially over three weeks in April and May, the Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival, based in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is internationally recognized as America’s most prestigious piano music festival.

From classical to jazz in presentations from solo recital to musical theater, our Festival continually achieves acclaim for presenting music of the highest artistic caliber.

See the schedule and get your brochure at https://www.thegilmore.org/

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May
4
5:00 PM17:00

MARINARAthon Outdoor Pasta Dinner Downtown Kalamazoo!

Carb-load before the big race or just enjoy a traditional pasta dinner outdoors at downtown Kalamazoo's MARINARAthon Outdoor Pasta Dinner, Marathon weekend!  This event will offer a family-style, outdoor dining experience under the lights in DeVisser Alley, located next to Gazelle Sports.  A 125-foot table will be prepared for you and your friends and family to enjoy an authentic Italilan  pasta dinner prepared by Mangia Mangia. Dinner will include a generous amount of pasta, sauce, meatballs, and bread; gluten-free and vegetarian options will be available upon request. .  Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided by Imperial Beverage.

All participants will receive a discount card to save at participating businesses, so save time after dinner to enjoy Art Hop, shop, and enjoy your favorite dessert or craft beer! Gazelle Sports will be hosting a Family Fun Zone of activities for the entire family, including a sign-making station to encourage one of the many runners participating in one of the Kalamazoo Marathon races! Ticket sales end May 1st, so get yours today!

All proceeds will benefit the Girls On The Run of Greater Kalamazoo, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kalamazoo, the YMCA of Greater Kalamazoo, and the Borgess Foundation – Healthy Babies.

Thank you to our sponsors, Gazelle Sports, Mangia Mangia, and Imperial Beverage.  

Parking recommended in the Kalamazoo Parking Ramp, located on Portage Street or in the Epic Parking Ramp, located on South and Lovell Streets.  

For more information contact: 
Sue Huggett
Marketing Engagement Manager

Downtown Kalamazoo Inc. 
O: 269-344-0795
E: shuggett@dki.org 

 

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Kalamazoo Late Night Food Truck Rally.  W. Water Street.
May
4
9:00 PM21:00

Kalamazoo Late Night Food Truck Rally.  W. Water Street.

Kalamazoo Late Night Food Truck Rally. 

The first event is this Friday, April 6 and the theme is Decade Night.  The event will feature 10 food trucks, live music with Satellite Records, games, and activities.  It is an event where spinning the records will take you back in time to celebrate our favorite songs and memories. 

Late Night Food Truck Rally events are the first Friday of the month from 9 p.m. to midnight in April, May, July, September and October.  The events are hosted on Water Street between Church Street and Rose Street, and each of the nights are themed to highlight some of the fun adventures attendees will have when they come to enjoy food truck cuisine.  Each of the events will have around 10 trucks that will vary throughout the season.  Additionally, the event series will also feature other event happenings including the launch of Kalamazoo Stand, a celebration of WMU Homecoming and welcoming alumni, and other highlights as the year unfolds.

Each event will feature music, games, and unique vendors.  We recommend that people check out the website and social media pages to find out who will be attending the events and what special activities will be featured.  KELC Events is proud to be the host of the events along with KALSEE Credit Union, Z-96.5, The Touch, The Wyatt, Radisson, and the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation.  Special event sponsorships are still available and provide great event day/social media exposure and event day connections.

Event Schedule:

April 6                   Decade Night

May 4                   May the 4th Be with You.

July 6                    Michigan Summer Camping

September 7       Back to School

October 6            WMU Pride – Homecoming

Time:                    9 p.m. to Midnight

Location:             Water Street between Church and Rose Streets

Cost:                     FREE

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The Mersey Beatles Four Lads from Liverpool (State Theatre)
May
5
7:30 PM19:30

The Mersey Beatles Four Lads from Liverpool (State Theatre)

This Liverpool based Beatles Tribute Band was the resident band for over a decade at the world famous Cavern Club, where The Beatles got their start. These childhood friends have played in 20 countries, selling out shows worldwide.

Experience the Mersey Beatles as never before with their all NEW HITS show on Saturday May 5th at the Kalamazoo State Theatre! The show will start as the lads return in the familiar suits of Beatlemania and grow older before your eyes via several quick costume changes; they will take the audience on a trip featuring 30 of the greatest hits from all eras.

See for yourself why John Lennon’s sister, Julia Baird, said: “There are a lot of Beatles tribute bands from all over the world, and I’ve seen them all, but The Mersey Beatles are the most authentic I have heard.”

 

Ticket Information:
This is an all ages event with reserved seating. There is an 8 ticket limit.

  • $27 – $35

VIP Ticket Information

  • $47 – Includes pre-show meet and greet, premier seating, and The Mersey Beatles free CD download wristband.

 

BUY TICKETS HERE
RSVP On Facebook HERE
Visit The Artist Website HERE

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Spanish Harlem Orchestra at Chenery Auditorium. 
May
5
8:00 PM20:00

Spanish Harlem Orchestra at Chenery Auditorium. 

This two-time Grammy winning Salsa and Latin Jazz band sets the standard for authentic, New York-style salsa. 


Their energy on stage, rich sound and musical precision leave audiences mesmerized until the last note is played. Thirteen world-class musicians and vocalists come together to create an unparalleled musical experience!

To Learn More
Visit the SHO Website

Public sale starts March 9th

Want the best seats?

Become a donor and buy tickets now.

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Snarky Puppy at the Kalamazoo State Theatre
May
11
8:00 PM20:00

Snarky Puppy at the Kalamazoo State Theatre

Snarky Puppy is a large and lively instrumental band that defies description! Comprised of some of the younger generation’s leading jazz and pop artists, the group seamlessly fuses a deep knowledge and respect for musical tradition with contemporary styles and innovation that has earned them two Grammy Awards.

They sum themselves up by saying they produce “music for the brain and the booty.”

Snarky Puppy is presented by Gilmore Keyboard Festival.

 

Ticket Information:
This is an all ages event with reserved seating. There is an 8 ticket per person limit. Tickets ONSALE NOW!

  • $39 & $49

 

BUY TICKETS HERE
More Information HERE
RSVP On Facebook HERE
Visit The Artist Website HERE

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Cemedian DeAnne Smith (State Theatre)
May
19
8:00 PM20:00

Cemedian DeAnne Smith (State Theatre)

DeAnne Smith is an award-winning comedian, writer and columnist. Her “nerdy and dirty” stand up style has her rated as one of Montreal’s Top 10 Comedians for the past five years. The Montreal Gazette says DeAnne is “fresh, cutting…one of the finest wits in the county” and the UK’s Telegraph calls her “Smart. Very funny. Effortless charm lets her get away with murder.” She’s never actually murdered anyone.

DeAnne Smith can often be found at comedy festivals, making appearances on late night television, or touring all over the world. Smith is also known for her appearances on television and radio, most notably on Australia’s “Good News Week” and the HBO series “Funny As Hell.”

 

Ticket Information:
This is an all ages event with reserved seating. There’s an 8 ticket limit.
For every ticket sold, $1 will be donated to OutFront Kalamazoo.

  • $25 – $40

BUY TICKETS HERE
RSVP On Facebook HERE
Visit DeAnne’s Website HERE

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Marcus King Band With Erin Coburn (Kalamazoo State)
May
24
7:30 PM19:30

Marcus King Band With Erin Coburn (Kalamazoo State)

Songwriter. Guitarist. Singer. Bandleader.  At only 21 years of age, Marcus King’s dazzling musical ability is abundantly evident. The Marcus King Band touches upon everything from funky R&B to Southern soul and Americana, stacking the songs with blasts of swampy brass, a lock-step rhythm section and swirling organ.

Operating within the fiery brand of American roots music that King calls "soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock," The Marcus King Band is brimming with King’s gorgeous, rough-hewn vocals, soaring guitar work and heartfelt songwriting all amidst a group of masterful musicians who, together, are quickly becoming one of the country’s most sought after live acts.

Joining Marcus King Band is songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist, Erin Coburn. Coburn is bringing a style all her own across a wide range of musical genres. Her prowess on guitar and electric ukulele are a striking compliment to her original lyrics and honey hued vocals.

Ticket Information:
This is an all ages general admission event. There is an 8 ticket limit.

·       $23.00 Early bird – Limited quantity available with code “LION”

·       $29.50 – After early bird sells out use code ‘BOON” to access these tickets

·       $35.00 – Day of show

BUY TICKETS – http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/08005442BCFE6A42?brand=kalamazoost  
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RSVP On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/kazoostate/events/
More Information - http://www.kazoostate.com/event/Marcus-King-Band  
 

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Blues Fest 2018 (July 12-14th)
Jul
12
to Jul 14

Blues Fest 2018 (July 12-14th)

Twenty-five years ago this season, the first Kalamazoo Blues Festival was held on an asphalt lot in the same location where Arcadia Creek Festival Place sits today. There were a couple of tents, a stage, and the most incredible local and regional blues acts.  Since then, the festival has grown to include national acts, yet continues the tradition of featuring local and regional acts.  The Kalamazoo Blues Festival has become a well-known event in the Kalamazoo region.
 
“The Kalamazoo Valley Blues Association (KVBA) is excited about a return to the Arcadia Creek Festival Place in Kalamazoo, for its 25th Anniversary Blues Festival!  The 2018 event is dedicated to our members and fans who have supported this incredible event over the years. We do it for the enthusiasm of the crowd of all ages, including blues aficionados and folks that just love live music on a warm sunny day in July. The Blues Fest brings our community together, and has grown into an annual destination for visitors. We want this year’s 25th annual Kalamazoo Blues Fest to be the best yet!”  Says Mike Depoian, President, KVBA.

 

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Kalamazoo Ribfest
Aug
2
to Aug 4

Kalamazoo Ribfest

A returning, mouth-watering favorite, The Kalamazoo Ribfest, will be offering great entertainment and delicious ribs August 2, 3, and 4.  Ribfest, one of the original downtown Kalamazoo festivals, has been in operation for over thirty years and attracts over 10,000 people each summer. The event features national and local rib vendors that sell ribs and chicken in outstanding barbecue sauces. Additional food vendors will be offering side items and sweets to top off the food experience at Ribfest. The event will also bring in national rock and country musical artists, local bands, plenty of fun activities including children’s crafts and games,

 

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Hop Harvest Beer Tour, Saturday, Aug. 25
Aug
25
12:00 PM12:00

Hop Harvest Beer Tour, Saturday, Aug. 25

Hop Harvest Beer Tour, Saturday, Aug. 25

The end of August and early September marks the peak of hop season. Farms across the state are harvesting their hop crops for breweries all over Michigan and the other parts of the world.

The tour, which originates at the Old Burdick’s Bar & Grill inside the Radisson Plaza Hotel in downtown Kalamazoo, will visit Marty Moga and his family at High Five Hops Farm in Marshall. The small farm works closely with Dark Horse Brewing Co. We’ll tour the farm and hear from the family about their role in Michigan beer.

The tour will also make visits to Dark Horse Brewing Co. and Territorial Brewing Co., another brewery that works with High Five Hops.

A pint or samples at the two brewery stop are also part of the tour.

The Radisson Plaza Hotel in downtown Kalamazoo also provides discounted rates to our guest through this custom link: https://www.radisson.com/westmichiganbeertours.

Itinerary: 
Origination: Old Burdick’s inside the Radisson Plaza Hotel, noon-1 p.m.
Stop 1: Dark Horse Brewing Co., pint, 1:45-3 p.m.
Stop 2: High Five Hops Farm, 17310 H Dr S Marshall, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Stop 3: Territorial Brewing Co., samples or full pour, optional tour, 5-6 p.m.
Termination: Old Burdick’s inside the Radisson Plaza Hotel, 6:30 p.m.

  • Destination: Dark Horse Brewing Co., High Five Hops Farm, Old Burdick's: Downtown, Territorial Brewing Co.
  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Price: $69 (Use our special discount code when purchasing your tickets here, and save $9!) (Proof of stay at The Kalamazoo House will be required.)
  • Departs: 08/25/2018
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Sep
22
8:00 AM08:00

25th Anniversary Kalamazoo Heart Walk! (Spring Valley Park)

Get those sneakers ready, Kalamazoo. It's the 25th Anniversary of the Kalamazoo Heart Walk!

On September 22, the American Heart Association is taking over Spring Valley Park for the annual Kalamazoo Heart Walk. The gates open at 8:00 a.m. with the Opening Ceremony at 9:00 and the walk at 9:25. The fun walk is your choice of either 1 or 3 miles.

This is a family and pet friendly event. 

The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association’s mission – building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke – in action. Held annually, the walk celebrates those who have made lifestyle changes in an effort to improve their heart-health, and encourages others to take the pledge to live healthier lifestyles, while raising the funding needed for life-saving research and education. The walk HQ is Spring Valley Park
2606 Mt Olivet Rd, Kalamazoo, MI 49004 49004.

Local companies and individuals can form Heart Walk teams now athttp://www2.heart.org/site/TR/HeartWalk/MWA-MidWestAffiliate?pg=entry&fr_id=3578. Donations can also be made through the website. Walkers can receive a Heart Walk T-shirt once they have raised a minimum of $100.

At the Heart Walk, cardiovascular disease survivors from across the state will be honored. We will also have Healthy for Good Zones, kids activities, a pet zone, music and more!

Heart Walk schedule:
8:00 a.m. - Gates open
9:00 a.m. - Opening Ceremony
9:25 a.m. - Walk begins
11:00 a.m. - Walk ends

For local sponsorship opportunities and volunteer opportunities, contact Kimberly Earnshaw at kimberly.earnshaw@heart.org.

For additional information, visit http://www2.heart.org/site/TR/HeartWalk/MWA-MidWestAffiliate?pg=entry&fr_id=3578.

 

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Audiotree Music Festival
Sep
22
to Sep 23

Audiotree Music Festival

Audiotree  Music Festival will be returning September 22 and 23. This high-energy music festival continues to deliver new eclectic lineups of pop, funk, folk, and dance music to downtown Kalamazoo. Born and raised in Kalamazoo, the festival’s organizers have delivered on their promise to showcase the latest up-and-coming artists that complement the thriving arts and music scene of downtown Kalamazoo.  Food trucks from all over Southwest Michigan and delicious craft beer will be offered again at the 2018 festival.

“As the premier outdoor concert venue in Southwest Michigan, the Arcadia Creek Festival Place has drawn people to downtown Kalamazoo for 14 years. We’re excited to have such great programming this year, and to welcome back the Kalamazoo Blues Festival, one of the original signature events at the facility. We will be working throughout 2018 to identify how to best leverage this important community asset to impact the downtown experience.” Says Andrew Haan, President, Downtown Kalamazoo Inc.

 

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Halloween Beer Tour — Friday, Oct. 26, 2018
Oct
26
5:00 PM17:00

Halloween Beer Tour — Friday, Oct. 26, 2018

Get in the Halloween mood with this spooky tour featuring a brewery with a haunt, one of Kalamazoo’s best haunted attractions and try some great fall seasonal beers. Be prepared for a night of frights, flights and fun. Our Halloween tour will begin at Shakespeare’s Pub in downtown Kalamazoo where pumpkin ales, hard ciders and other autumn classics will be on tap. The group will then make the short jaunt west to Paw Paw Brewing Co. where the crew will get you in the spirit of the season with fall ales and perhaps a few scary surprises. From there, we’ll make way to Psycho Ward & Nightmares, one of Kalamazoo’s best haunted attractions tucked into the woods behind the Kalamazoo Speedway. Enjoy steeply discounted prices and VIP access to the freak fest. We’ll then conclude with a quick ride north to Plainwell’s Old Mill Brewpub. Owner and brewmaster Scott Zylstra plans to serve some of his first beers and offer a tour of the more than 100-year-old building known to be inhabited by a few ghosts.

  • Destination: Old Mill Brewpub, Paw Paw Brewing Company, Psycho Ward and Nightmares, Shakespeare's Pub
  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Price: $69 (Use our special discount code when purchasing your tickets here, and save $9! (Proof of stay at The Kalamazoo House will be required.)
  • Departs: 10/26/2018
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Kansas in concert at the Kalamazoo State
Oct
26
8:00 PM20:00

Kansas in concert at the Kalamazoo State

America’s preeminent progressive rock band, Kansas, will be making their way to Kalamazoo this fall celebrating the 40th anniversary of their massive hit album Point of Know Return. To celebrate, for the first time in history, the band will be performing the album in its entirety. The tour will showcase more than two hours of classic Kansas music including hit songs, deep cuts, and fan favorites.

In 1977, Kansas followed up the success of Leftoverture by releasing the album Point of Know Return. Containing the smash hit and million-selling single “Dust in the Wind,” along with fan favorites such as “Portrait (He Knew),” “Closet Chronicles,” and “Paradox,” Point of Know Return became the band’s greatest selling album. The album peaked at #4 on Billboard’ Album charts, reached sextuple – platinum status with more than six million copies sold, and had three Billboard Hot 100 Singles.

Don’t miss Kansas performing their classic hits, deep cuts, fan favorites, and Point of Know Return in its entirety LIVE at the Kalamazoo State Theatre, Friday, October 26th 2018.

 

General Ticket Information:
This is an all ages event with reserved seating. There is an 8 ticket limit. Tickets available starting 3/21 at 10am.

·         $59.50 - $99.50

VIP Ticket Information:
VIP can be bought online only. There’s a 4 ticket limit. VIP will be available starting 3/20 at 10am.

·         $259.50 – Wheat and Greet VIP1 package. Includes premium seating, meet & greet, & perks.

·         $209.50 – Premium VIP2 seat package. Includes premium seating & perks.

BUY TICKETS – http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0800546EFA1895E1?brand=kalamazoost
BUY TICKETS SHORT - http://bit.ly/KansasKST
RSVP On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pg/kazoostate/events/
More Information - http://www.kazoostate.com/event/Kansas-2018  
Visit The Artist’s Website - http://www.kansasband.com/index.php

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Apr
12
5:00 PM17:00

Girls’ Night Out. Glass Art Kalamazoo.

Girls’ Night Out. Glass Art Kalamazoo. We will have two separate wine-themed glass classes running in our studios, followed by a delicious wine & cheese pairing. The glass blowing tumbler class is 45 minutes long, and the kiln fusing coaster/wine stopper class is 90 minutes long. Pick which class you’d like to take, or stagger the night and sign up for both, either way you’re in for an awesome and memorable time with the ladies! 5-9 pm. 269-552-9802. $.

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Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra at The Union Cabaret
Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra at The Union Cabaret

GLJO at the Union is not only outstanding big band jazz, it's one of Steve's favorite hidden gems of downtown life. Help him support both The Union and GLJO for providing such great art--without cover charge! But get there early for a good table. Downbeat is 7pm. The usual suspects will be on hand to blow in your ear so we hope you'll take advantage of the great food and drink and absolutely "FREE" music!  How can you miss?!!  You can call the Union for reservations at 269-384-6756 or Harry Boesch with the band, at 269-268-9199.

And thanks very much for supporting the arts, especially live music!

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New Year's Fest--Throughout Downtown
Dec
31
7:00 PM19:00

New Year's Fest--Throughout Downtown

New Year's Fest is an all ages showcase of performing arts that takes place New Year's Eve in downtown Kalamazoo. There are a variety of activities that take place including music, magic, comedy, exhibitions, fireworks, and great food! New Year's Fest's vision is to be a premier event that introduces the greater Kalamazoo community to the performing arts by providing an array of quality, unique artists and activities. Special events that night will include live entertainment, downtown hayrides, and of course, the lighted ball drop! The admission to New Year's Fest is $5 and buttons are required for entry to the various sites within Bronson Park. During the event, buttons will be on sale for $10. Buy tickets here.

 

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Lunchtime Live in Bronson Park
Sep
29
11:30 AM11:30

Lunchtime Live in Bronson Park

Lunchtime Live. Bronson Park. Looking for fun music, good company, and great food? Enjoy local live music, food trucks, retail vendors and summertime festivities. Great for a long family outing or a quick bite - the sights, sounds, and smells are sure to delight. 11:30 am-1:30 pm. 269-337-8191. 2017 Performers:

June 9  Shelagh Brown Band

June 16  Bobby McManus

June 23  Scott Davis

June 30  Matt Gabriel

July 7  Kari Lynch

July 14  Kris Hitchcock

July 21 McFerrin and Borr

July 28  Ed Lester

August 4  Shelagh Brown Band

August 11  The Moxie Strings

August 18  Run for Cover

August 25 Scott Davis

September 1 Kaitlin Rose

September 8 Matt Gabriel

September 15 Megan Dooley

September 22 Mark Sala

September 29 McFerrin and Borr

http://www.kalamazooarts.org/org/detail/2005/Concerts_in_the_Park

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Singing Valentines available at The Kalamazoo House
Feb
14
8:00 AM08:00

Singing Valentines available at The Kalamazoo House

Let them call your Sweetheart — SWEETHEART! SINGING VALENTINES delivered by the Mall City Harmonizers. (Any area location by prior appointment, call 269.350.4085) http://www.BarbershopHarmony.org
The Mall City Harmonizers is a Michigan nonprofit organization.

What you get:

  • 4 singers in tuxedos,
  • 2 love songs,
  • a red rose and personalized card
  • Only $50
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