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Best Shows Jul 13 - Sep 13

in Grand Rapids

MJ The Musical at Devos Performance Hall

MJ The Musical

Michael Jackson fans rejoice as the Tony-winning brand new musical all about the iconic superstar is here! With Jackson's plethora of moon-walking hits in tow, MJ the Musical is set to explore the star's life and his stratospheric rise to fame. The Michael Jackson Estate and Columbia Live Stage have partnered on the project, with two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage (Sweat, Ruined) set to pen the book. Now touring North America!

Il Divo at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Il Divo

Operatic heartthrobs Il Divo return to the road! After the tragic loss of fellow bandmate Carlos Marin, the members made the choice to keep Il Divo going in honor of Carlos. The quartet will perform a glorious show across North America. Don't miss the talent and joy of this iconic group, better enjoyed live!

Black Violin at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Black Violin

Classical music meets hip-hop in the groundbreaking duo Black Violin are heading out on tour! This outing that blurs the lines between genre, race, and gender with its unique fusion of groove and strings. The outfit features Will Baptiste on viola and Kev Marcus on the violin. Don't miss your chance to catch them live as they come to a stage near you.

Grand Rapids Symphony - Opening Night at Devos Performance Hall

Grand Rapids Symphony - Opening Night

A titan of the 20th century is celebrated in Grand Rapids for Opening Night, as pianist Daniil Trifonov joins the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra to transport us to George Gershwin's jazz-infused world, with his Piano Concerto in F. Immerse yourself in the wonderful sounds from one of the greatest American composers, conducted by Marcelo Lehningher!

Martin Lawrence at Van Andel Arena

Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence, the original Bad Boy of comedy, is gearing up for the release of his long-awaited sequel 'Bad Boys: Ride or Die' with Will Smith, set for general release in summer 2024. But the actor/comedian/singer isn't resting on his laurels until that happy day, as he's hitting the road this year for the 'Y'all Know What It Is! Tour,' his first tour in 8 years. Outspoken on subjects such as relationships, family, and vocal opposition to police brutality, Lawrence's raw style shows no sign of mellowing as we head into the new year. Be warned - this comic takes no prisoners at his shows!

How To Train Your Dragon at Devos Performance Hall

How To Train Your Dragon

Set in the mythical world of Vikings and wild dragons, How To Train Your Dragon is based on the book by Cressida Cowell, it centres on Hiccup, a misfit Viking teenager who doesn't fit in with his tribe's longstanding tradition of heroic dragon slayers. Hiccup's world is turned upside down when he encounters a dragon that forces him and his kinsmen to see the world from an entirely different point of view.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd at GLC Live At 20 Monroe

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Get ready to rock the house down as the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band hits the road in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the album 'Trouble Is...25' - featuring Blues, Rock and of course guitars! There are few guitarists around who would dare stand toe to toe with Kenny Wayne Shepherd. A musical prodigy, the Louisiana native released his first record Led-better Heights at the tender age of 18. It was a runaway success, with Shepherd's exceptional playing elevating the rather standard blues fare contained within.

Jason Mraz at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz's success has taken him from playing coffee houses in San Diego to concert halls around the world, his good looks and affable nature a perfect partner to his laid-back, soulful musical style. Mraz will be hitting the road once again with his The Mystical Magical Rhythmical Radical Ride Summer Tour 2024! We are sure you'll hear all your favorite Mraz hits, which are sure to summon those nostalgic feelings.

Grace Potter at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Grace Potter

Expertly traversing genres such as Country, Rock, and Pop since her 2002 debut, Grace Potter (formerly backed by her band, The Nocturnals) has been a purveyor of some of the best music of the last two decades. Now back with a new tour in support of her first album in four years 'Mother Road'. Don't miss your chance to see her live as she comes to a venue near you!

Michael Franti and Spearhead at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Michael Franti and Spearhead

Barefooted soul rocker Michael Franti marches to the beat of his own groovy drum. The multi-talented rapper, music maker, and spoken-word artist imbues each of his projects with advocacy for social and political issues, yet retains and promotes a spirit of positivity and togetherness. Don't miss the muso as he hits the road this spring, bringing his funky style to you!

Alan Jackson at Van Andel Arena

Alan Jackson

Country legend Alan Jackson is not done yet! His Last Call: One More For The Road tour returns for a few more dates before he finally hangs up his stetson. With nearly three decades of hits behind him, Jackson is one of the most influential artists in the genre. From the likes of 'Here in The Real World', 'Chattahoochee', 'Drive' and 'Gone Country don't miss your chance to see this superstar live!

Phish at Van Andel Arena

Phish

American rock band Phish return to the road this as they embark on a tour across the United States. Best known for their improvisation and extended jams, the band also blends elements of a wide variety of genres including, funk, jazz, rock and pop. The current members of the band consist of guitar and lead vocalist Trey Anastasio, bassist and vocalist Mike Gordon, drummer and vocalist John Fishman, and keyboardist and vocalist Page McConnell.

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