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3301 Highland Drive, Hudsonville, MI, US, 49426

  • Phone: (616) 662-4000
  • Fax: (616) 662-5000
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3.6 out of 5 (123 reviews)
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»Pigeons Playing Ping Pong**16+*

March 27, 2015 8:00 PM

133 Grandville Avenue SouthWest
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

»Donna The Buffalo**16+*

March 27, 2015 7:00 PM

With a sound that blends elements of zydeco, folk, reggae and bluegrass, the New York-based band Donna the Buffalo is a roots rock outfit that formed in 1989. Though the group has never really achieved much mainstream success, it has established somewhat of a cult following by playing an ardent number of shows in the New England and Mid-West regions. Donna and the Buffalo's reputation as premier live band is only bolstered by frequent jam sessions with other bands, helping to heighten the overall spontaneity and improvisational feel of the group's stage shows. Though its mostly known for its live engagements, the band has released several records since its formation including 1989's The White Tape, and 2005's Life's A Ride.

133 Grandville Avenue Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

»Heavier Than Air Flying Machines + Tyranny Is Tyranny + The Real Lazy

March 27, 2015 10:00 PM

68 Commerce Avenue Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

»Grand Rapids Symphony: Mozart and Tchaikovsky

March 27, 2015 8:00 PM

The Grand Rapids Symphony has brought musical excellence and creativity to the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan since 1930. Music Director David Lockington leads the orchestra each year in eight different concert series, all designed to stimulate the imagination. The symphony is known for interactive and lively performances infused with pop culture, making concerts of both classical and contemporary music accessible to all audiences. The Grand Rapids Symphony is deeply invested in community engagement and holds its annual concert, "Symphony with Soul," to feature both local and national African-American artists. A portion of the proceeds goes into the "Young, Gifted & Black Scholarship Fund," a scholarship created by the Symphony in 2005 to support musical training for African American youth in Grand Rapids.

303 Monroe Avenue
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

»Gram Selects Artprize 2014: Encore!

March 27, 2015 10:00 AM

155 Division North
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

»Edward Burtynsky: Water

March 27, 2015 10:00 AM

155 Division North
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

»'spring Shimmies' Showcase

March 27, 2015 7:00 PM

959 Lake Drive South Easr Blackport Building
Grand Rapids, MI 49506

»2015 Festival Of Faith and Music

March 27, 2015 4:00 PM

The Festival of Faith & Music at Calvin College is a biennial conference that brings together musicians, critics, journalists, musicians, artists, and listeners for three days of discussing and celebrating insightful music that explores, in some significant way, issues of faith. More info at the festival website.

3201 Burton Street South East
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

»Sonora Tropicana

March 27, 2015 8:00 PM

2525 Lake Eastbrook Boulevard Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

»The Very Best Of Celtic Thunder

March 27, 2015 7:30 PM

Celtic Thunder is a vocal group from Ireland made up of six male singers who came together in 2007. Although all six members have successful solo careers, the group showcases its individual talent by performing some of Ireland's most recognizable songs in perfect, tight harmony. Since their debut, Celtic Thunder has gone on to become a renowned world music act by performing at major events throughout the world, including a New Years Day performance at the White House for President Obama in 2009.

600 Forrest Hill Avenue Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

»Jimkata

March 27, 2015 9:30 PM

Based in New York, Jimkata is an electronic rock band that fuses standard rock instruments with analog synthesizers. The band released its debut album Burn My Money, in 2009 and has since embarked on several tours up and down the East Coast of the US. With highlighted moments of shredding guitar and flavors of electronic dance music, Jimkata creates a sound that resonates with a wide audience and fits nicely into the realm between rock and post rock music.

355 East Kalamazoo Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

»Eat Drink Give 2015

March 27, 2015 7:00 PM

10th Annual fundraising party benefiting Volunteer Kalamazoo Friday, March 27, 2015 · 7:00-10pm Radisson Plaza Hotel, Arcadia Ballroom Giving back never tasted so good. Tickets:  Main Party Only: $60 through Feb 28, $70 beginning Mar 1, 2015 Party Package: $70 through Feb 28, $80 beginning Mar 1, 2015 After Party Only: $15 We are so excited for our 10th Anniversary event in 2015! Well have great food, great drink and lots of ways to give back. Rain, snow, sleet, ice, hail, -30°F temps, or glorious sunshine... we'll be there! Tickets are nonrefundable. Bring a big appetite, dress up for a night out on the town and get ready to get-down for a great cause! Must be 21 with valid ID to attend Why does Volunteer Kalamazoo throw a party every year? Eat Drink Give IS a fundraising event for Volunteer Kalamazoo. 2015 marks the 10thyear for our party. The money raised through ticket sales, sponsorships, contributions from restaurant and beverage sponsors, raffle tickets, the silent auction, after party tickets and donations made at the party itself go to support the great work of Volunteer Kalamazoo. This party generates about ten percent of the total annual revenue needed to fund Volunteer Kalamazoo. Who is Volunteer Kalamazoo? Weve been the center for volunteerism in Kalamazoo since 1965. We link people who want to volunteer to the nonprofits who need them. We educate nonprofits on how to work effectively with volunteers. We recognize and promote all the great work volunteers do in the community and by doing so; we hope to inspire more people to volunteer! Your support is very important to us. Thank you! Cant make it to the party, but want to give to a great cause? Donate online or call us 269.382.8350.   FAQs   Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? Must be 21 with valid ID to attend.   What are my parking options getting to the event? Parking is available at various downtown locations including the Kalamazoo Center, Rose Street and Arcadia ramps. Limited free parking is available on W Michigan Avenue and various side streets. Discounted parking passes to the Radisson Parking Garage (attached to Radisson, entrance on Rose St.) will be available at the party.    Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Call Volunteer Kalamazoo at 269-382-8350 [8:30am5pm] MonFri or email vckzoo@volunteerkalamazoo.org.   Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes, you certainly can. Check out this tutorial for information on how to make that change.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? You will need some type of confirmation - whether that's on your phone or your print out so we can get you scanned in at the event.    What is the refund policy? Rain, snow, sleet, ice, hail, -30°F temps, or glorious sunshine... we'll be there! Tickets are nonrefundable.   The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes, that is fine.

100 West Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
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