6 concert series to check out this summer
Thursdays at the Felt Summer Concert Series
For six Thursday evenings in the summer, you can kick back, relax and listen to some great music outside at the Felt Mansion. Admission is free. No coolers or outside food and drinks are allowed; however, there are plenty of food and beverage vendors to choose from. Beach-height chairs are recommended, and no pets are allowed.
6597 138th Ave., Holland
Summer Concert Series
On Fridays in the summer, Kollen Park is one of the most popular spots to be in Holland. From 6:30–8:30 p.m., the park comes alive with music and dancing. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic basket and enjoy the sounds of summer at the free concerts. Pets are allowed on leashes.
240 Kollen Park Drive, Holland
Music in the Vineyards
All summer long, you can kick off the weekend right on Thursdays and Saturdays with Music in the Vineyards at Fenn Valley Vineyards. Performances go through mid-October, rain or shine, and it’s free to attend. Snacks are available for purchase, and outside food and beverages are also allowed.
122nd Ave., Fennville
Soundz of Summer Concert Series
Running every Tuesday in July, the Soundz of Summer Concert Series at Lawrence Park is free and open to the public. This year, the Bridge Youth Center board members will grill and sell concessions for a small fee as a fundraiser for its program.
100 W. Lawrence Ave., Zeeland
WGHN Tuesdays in the Park
Add some fun into your work week with Tuesdays in the Park at Grand Haven’s Central Park. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and come out to enjoy a great evening of music and fun. These concerts are free. A variety of food truck options are available.
421 Columbus Ave., Grand Haven
Music at the Point
Every Thursday evening in the summer, Mill Point Park is filled with lawn chairs, music and dancing during Music at the Point hosted by the Spring Lake Heritage Festival. The free weeknight music series showcases a wide range of regional bands in West Michigan.
612 W. Savidge St., Spring Lake