Welcome to the Summer Music Concert Series at Frugthaven Farm.


What to Expect:

The summer series will consist of 7 rising bands and musicians from all over Michigan, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and surrounding states, performing music in all genres from Indie Pop, Classic Rock, Country, today’s top hits and more.

The concerts will take place outdoors, rain or shine on the open lawn space and the artists will be performing in an beautiful pavilion with a built in stage for ease of viewing.

In addition to serene apple orchard views and amazing entertainment for all ages, the Lawn Bar will feature your favorite Blake’s Hard Ciders, beers, cocktails and more! As for the menu, Frugthaven Farm will feature the gourmet hot dog Polsevogn as well as other hand crafted sandwiches right from the market place.

So bring your I.D.s, appetite and the whole family for a great evening out.


Available Ticket Types:

General Admission Tickets:  $15.00 pp

Bring your own chair, lawn seating and patio seating are first come first serve. Doors will open promptly at 5:00 pm. Food, beverage, and alcohol will be available for purchase. No outside alcohol permitted. This event will take place rain or shine, dress accordingly!

Children 5 and under are complimentary!

**All ticket sales are final. Should the concert be postposed, your tickets will transfer to the new date.**

Every Other Thursday, Memorial Day to Labor Day

6:00 PM – 8:00 pm

*Gates open promptly at 5:00 pm*


Country / Pop / Rock Band - June 30, 2022

Prior Noon is an up and coming pop country band from Lowell, Michigan. The band's live set features 45 high-energy covers ranging from country favorites to pop/rock classics.
The set also features the 3 singles the band has released so far. One of these singles was even reviewed by Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line who said it ``hit me in the feels`` and told the band ``You're definitely headed down the right road``. Their original music draws inspiration from artists like Keith Urban, Maren Morris, and Lady A.

The band first started playing together in their early teens as part of the worship team at church. Here, they formed great musical and relational connections and officially formed Prior Noon in the spring of 2020.

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Instrumental Wizardry - July 14, 2022

Celebrating their newest album ``Breathe,`` a 2019 Billboard Top 10 Classical Crossover Album, and 2019 Billboard Top 20 Classical Album.

Hailed by The Grand Rapids Press as “top-notch, instrumental wizardry,” The Moxie Strings offer listeners the unique opportunity to experience some of the world’s best- known instruments through an electric, innovative lens. Diana Ladio and Alison Lynn hold Bachelor of Music degrees in music performance and music education, which have given each the technical foundation to explore the limits of her instrument and helped the group build a reputation for musical excellence. Alison performs on a newly-invented, electric cello, and Diana on a contemporary 5-string violin. Both use a variety of audio effects pedals. The Moxie Strings compose the majority of their pieces and arrange melodies from many countries, resulting in a genre-blurring blend of ear-catching, mainstream melodies and foot-stomping, rock-influenced rhythms. The band’s polished, high-energy show continues to redefine strings’ role in contemporary music, and offers audience members a diverse, fun, musical experience. The two often join forces with dynamic percussionists to create an even livelier sound for larger venues.

Soon after forming in 2007, The Moxie Strings were inspired not only to perform, but also to teach. Having made the exploratory journey from classical music to a world of eclecticism and music creativity, the band has now dedicated their careers to helping young musicians make this life-changing and transformative transition. Moxie clinics focus on musical self-discovery and the importance of incorporating socially and culturally relevant genres of music in the music classroom. They have taught clinics in over 200 schools throughout the US, and also present on their research and methodologies to teachers at many music education professional development conferences. During most clinics, The Moxie Strings perform for students on electric instruments, teach music by ear, and introduce non-classical playing styles. The group has researched and created an innovative sequence of activities designed to introduce improvisation to classically trained musicians, which they employ at every clinic. The Moxie Strings deliver their message in a fun, accessible way, and stand before students as the illustration of the many opportunities that music holds.

Current Magazine insists that “the future of music could not be in better hands.”

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Old Soul Rocker - July 28, 2022

With a voice Lionel Richie of American Idol called “a cannon,” Nathan Walton has become “an indisputable star here in our community” and Staff Pick for Best Solo Musician in Revue Magazine’s “2021 Best of the West” issue. According to Revue contributing editor, Eric Mitts, “Walton has shone bright. Sure, his powerful, soulful vocals draw most of the attention, but it’s his prolifically diverse songwriting and passion behind the scenes that make him an increasingly major part of the music scene, and an artist everyone should know.”

Nathan appeared on Season 3 of ABC’s American Idol, where he received a Golden Ticket and competed in Hollywood with talented vocalists from all over the country. West Michigan’s original soul-rocker, Walton fronts his band, The Remedy, and has recently assembled the “super-group” King Possum with other well-known local multi-instrumentalists. He regularly lends his powerful voice to bands like Stone Soup and the Broken Teeth, and with special guests at his Greyline Brewing residency. Walton has mastered albums at Jack White's Third Man Record Company in Detroit and recorded his freshman album Nathan Walton and The Remedy at Third Coast Recording Co. in Grand Haven.

Committed to helping musicians and others in the community, Nathan has performed for the Michigan Musician Alliance’s “Michigan Artist Relief Fund” and WZZM’s “13 Food for Families” campaign. He also serves as Music Director for Elevator a GoGo, a West Michigan-based platform to discover music, the spoken word, and performance artists from America and around the world.

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The Ultimate Rock Tribute - August 11, 2022

If you’re looking for the Ultimate Rock Tribute, you found it.

Members of the group have been entertaining crowds of all ages for over 25 years
and as The RockShow they are one of the Midwest’s top touring Rock Tribute bands.

The band’s artists – Tommy K. on keyboards/lead vocals, Levi Goodwin on
bass guitar, Chris Bartnikowski on drums/vocals, and Dana Osmun,
guitar/vocals, each incredible musicians. Together they make magic by
recreating some of your favorite songs so close to the originals, you
will be surprised to look up and see that its not the real thing or they
may look like it.

A few of the artists the group replicates are:

Guns and Roses
Motley Crue
REO Speedwagon
and many more….

They provide an all-ages musical voyage; an ultimate tribute event which
sounds, looks, feels and smells just like the real deal. Raucous, rebellious, pure entertainment and very satisfying!

For the top hits of the past to the present TheRockShow: The Ultimate
Tribute Rock n’ Roll Band!

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Country - August 25, 2022

Nashville recording artist Jessie Campbell grew up in Michigan and has been performing in and out of bars since the age of 15.

In 2020 the Jessie Campbell band was born and has opened for major country music stars such as Billy Ray Cyrus, Colt Ford, Chris Young, Jon Langston and Chase Mathew.

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