The Mid-Michigan Bluegrass and Folk Jam Series, which features local and regional artists celebrating Michigan’s cultural heritage through musical performances, concludes this weekend with performances by Joel Mabus, Jessey Adams and Dante Flores with Cedar Creek Bluegrass. The musicians will demonstrate the art of picking and its use within both music genres. There will also be acoustic jam circles if you’re looking to get in on the action.
The event is free, but free-will donations support Woldumar Nature Center.
“We are thankful to partner with the Woldumar Nature Center and local artists to make this unique musical experience accessible to the entire community,” said LeRoy Harvey, a local artist and the series’ primary organizer. “Through generous support from our sponsors, Granger Waste Services and Elderly Instruments, we are able to feature artists from all over the state and bring these traditional music forms to experienced and new fans alike.”
The jamboree is scheduled to take place at the Hal & Jean Glassen Memorial Auditorium, which is inside the R.E. Olds Rotary Barn at Woldumar Nature Center. However, if the weather permits, the musicians will play outside.
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