This upcoming Weds, August 28th, 2013 from 8:30-11 pm. No Cover Charge.
Head out to Bar Divani and check three of the 24 finalists in the running for GR’s Got Talent! There is no cover for this great event, so invite your friends and family to experience these talented ladies!
Jeana Fickle, is an adult finalist from Stanton, MI who grew up in the Philippines in a very musical family and learned to sing at a very young age. Besides her daughter, singing is her greatest passion.
Jade Kuzak is a youth finalist from Plymouth, MI who has been singing since she was 4 years old. Jade competes in local competitions and sings the national anthem at sporting events at school/community. Jade hopes to become a successful singer and attend her dream school, Juilliard.
Jordan Norman is a youth finalist from Allegan, MI. She is a singer and a guitarist whose influences include Mumfords & Sons, The Lumineers, and City and Colour. Jordan has been playing guitar for five years and singing for three years.
You will also have the chance to buy your tickets for the Sunday, September 15th Finale at a discounted pre-sale price of $10. Tickets will be $15 at the door. Street parking is available, as well as surrounding parking garages. Limited seating is available.
BUY TICKETS ONLINE! http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/441686
**Please note that is this a 21 and up establishment! Only minors that will be allowed in are of the performers family members or those accompanied by an adult. Please have a valid I.D. on you as they will be checking I.D’s to get into the event!**
Time 20:00 until 22:00
Snapshot of culture and such in Grand Rapids Michigan.
Gypsy & World 12-String Guitar
Tonight’s GRAM on the Green is indoors due to the 2013 Polish Festival in Rosa Parks Circle. This means the Museum is FREE after 5 pm—the perfect opportunity to enjoy live music and explore The Improvisational Quilts of Susana Allen Hunter, closing this Sunday. Music starts at 6:15!
Grand Rapids Art Museum
101 Monroe Center NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
ph: (616) 831-1000
Tonight at the Pyramid Scheme….8:00 p.m
Can you say “Ska?”
One of the earliest and most important ska revivalist groups, Birmingham’s the Beat formed in 1978 (the band had to change its name to the English Beat in the U.S. to avoid confusion with Paul Collins’ band of the same name).
Kathy Lamar is a seasoned vocalist with a very impressive resume that includes Las Vegas jazz clubs, cabaret bars, and concert halls as far away as Shanghai. She always brings a supreme show to any venue.
This week, she will present an acoustic soulful feel to performance. Giddy and leave the house. Well worth the price of admission (which is FREE by the way!!!)