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Best Indie & Rock Jul 12 - Sep 12

in Grand Rapids

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!

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.

Cage The Elephant at Van Andel Arena

Cage The Elephant

Get ready to rock out with Cage the Elephant, as they gear up to drop their latest album, Neon Pill, and hit the road for an epic North American tour! Known for their electrifying stage presence, the band promises to deliver all their hard-hitting rock anthems and heartfelt ballads straight to your ears.

The Wallflowers at Frederik Meijer Gardens

The Wallflowers

Grab your leather jackets, and get ready to rock! American rock band The Wallflowers are hitting the road and bringing their epic sound to you in 2024! The line-up consists of Steve Mackey on bass, Stanton Adcock on lead guitar, Lynn Williams on drums, and founder Jakob Dylan on lead vocals and guitar. Expect to hear fan favorites, including the Billboard 100 charter, Sleepwalker.

Bowling For Soup at Intersection

Bowling For Soup

If you need a dose of unpretentious, instantly catchy pop-punk, then there are few better bands to see than Bowling for Soup. The quintet formed in the 1990s, and spent much of the decade cultivating a small but loyal following as their contemporaries (Green Day et al) took over the world. Get ready to have fun with Bowling For Soup this year!

Chevelle at GLC Live At 20 Monroe

Chevelle

Alternative rock superstars Chevelle are hitting the road this summer on a brand new tour with special guests Tigercub! This year is packed with excitement as they will also be making appearances at Incarceration and Rock Fest, and there are rumors of new material in the works! Don't miss your chance to catch them live.

In This Moment at GLC Live At 20 Monroe

In This Moment

With a string of hits to their name - including the rock anthem 'Whore' - In This Moment are one metal act you won't want to miss live! Combining shades of goth and metal in their bubbling musical cauldron to produce deliciously dark, riff-laden metal anthems that have their audiences blissfully moshing at every show, don't miss the goth rockers when they make their way to you.

Five for Fighting at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Five for Fighting

Los Angeles based musician John Ondrasik, better know as Five for Fighting, has sold over 2.5 million albums during his career and sung his way into The Great American Songbook. The Grammy nominated artist has achieved Platinum success and more than 20 years since launching his first album, he continues to produce music that is relevant and heartfelt.

Squeeze at Devos Performance Hall

Squeeze

This British band came to prominence during the New Wave movements of the 1970s and found themselves a modest but loyal following throughout the intervening years. Their biggest chart hits include Cool For Cats and Up The Junction, as well as American chart placers Tempted, Hourglass and 853-5937. In 2010 they issued Spot the Difference, an album of newly recorded versions of older material. By creating some of the best-loved songs of their generation, they have paved the way for many of today's most successful indie pop acts.

Kansas at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Kansas

The legendary Kansas are celebrating their 50th anniversary! They're heading out on the road across North America in 2024, touring their extensive catalog including AOR radio staples like 'Carry on Wayward Son' and 'Fight Fire with Fire'. Don't miss the chance to celebrate five decades of this iconic American rock band!

Blues Traveler with Big Head Todd and The Monsters at Frederik Meijer Gardens

Blues Traveler with Big Head Todd and The Monsters

Princeton's own psychedelic rock pioneers, Blues Traveler, formed in 1987, quickly rising to the forefront of the jam band scene with their blues-infused, ever-evolving and extended jam-heavy anthems. With over 13 albums to their name, don't miss the quintet as they present their biggest hits on this co-headlining tour with Big Head Todd and The Monsters!

The 502s at The Intersection Elevation

The 502s

The American indie folk band is taking a road trip around the United States this year on their 'Great American Roadtrip Tour'. With 28 shows on the tour, expect an incredible atmosphere with huge singalongs with one of America's most promising bands. Often described as Folk Orchestra', The 502s were formed by Ed Isola in 2015 and have captured the hearts and minds of indie-folk fans all over the world.

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