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Montcalm Community College Barn Theater No Exit MXTP Locks of Love Benefit Show featuring Audrey, Clientele New Holland Brewing Company Last Call Band Peppinons RockShop Planet Live Music Factory Circus Asylum wsg Frequency 54 Riviera Theatre Jailbox Saugatuck Brewing Company Lew Russ Saugatuck Center for the Arts Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks Spectrum Theatre Actors Theatre Grand Rapids presents Reefer Madness! The Musical Teazers Bar & Grille Axioma UICA UICA Garage Sale Water Street Gallery First Impressions


SUNDAY 6.05


Billy’s Revival ‘80s Night Bobarinos AB! and Friends Celebration! Cinema Grand Rapids & IMAX LA Philharmonic: Dudamel’s Brahm Circle Theatre Grand Rapids Rumors


Downtown Grand Rapids Festival of the Arts Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables The Gallery Uptown Uniquely West Michigan Gerald R. Ford Museum The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute Grand Rapids Art Museum Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed UICA UICA Garage Sale


MONDAY 6.06


Billy’s BassBin Electronic Dance night hosted by Andrea SuperDre Wallace Dog Story Theater Comedy Mondays Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables The Gallery Uptown Uniquely West Michigan Gerald R. Ford Museum The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute


Grand Rapids Art Museum Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed Howmet Playhouse Are You Ready for Abstract Theatre? Wellspring Theater Love After Love


TUESDAY 6.07


Billy’s Acoustic Night hosted by John Rush – The Human iPod Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables The Gallery Uptown Uniquely West Michigan Gerald R. Ford Museum The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute Grand Rapids Art Museum Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed Juke’s Bar Open Mic Night with Angie Laug & Robin Joy Boros Planet Live Music Factory Otep, Blackguard, Destrophy, Sister Sin & One Eyed Doll Wealthy Theatre Meanwhile Movie: The Big Lebowski


WEDNESDAY 6.08


Bell’s Eccentric Café Ryan Montbleau Band Bobarinos Crossroads Circle Theatre Grand Rapids Rumors Eigth Street Holland Holland Farmers Market Flanagan’s Rich Burkholder Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables, Huey Lewis & The News The Gallery Uptown Uniquely West Michigan Gerald R. Ford Museum The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute Grand Rapids Art Museum Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum Grand Rapids Public Library (Main Library) Michigan Calvary in the Civil War Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed The Intersection West Michigan Songwriters Showcase Mocha-N-Music Lomax Family Band Rosa Parks Circle, Grand Rapids Blues on the Mall


THURSDAY 6.09


Bell’s Eccentric Café Lucky Brown wsg Me3Mind Billy’s L.E.S. Crew Bobarinos Jake Stevens Circle Theatre Grand Rapids Rumors Devos Performance Hall Jerry Seinfeld The DAAC Wett Nurse Downtown Saugatuck 13th Annual Waterfront Film Festival Dr. Grins Jessi Campbell Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables The Gallery Uptown Uniquely West Michigan Gerald R. Ford Museum The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute Grand Rapids Art Museum Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed Muskegon Museum of Art Brown Bag Film Series One Trick Pony The Trace Saugatuck Brewing Company Drew Howard, Mark Schrock


The Strutt US Air Guitar Championship


FRIDAY 6.10


Barnes and Noble, Woodland Mall The Vampire Narcise book signing with Colleen Gleason Bell’s Eccentric Cafe The Rowley Wheeler Band Billy’s The Law Bobarinos Clik Circle Pines Center Buttermilk Jamboree Circle Theatre Grand Rapids Rumors Corner Bar, Rockford The Outer Vibe Curragh Irish Pub, Holland Ian Gould The DAAC Michigan Meltdown 7 Dog Story Theatre Pop Scholars Downtown Battle Creek Cereal Festival Parade Downtown Saugatuck 13th Annual Waterfront Film Festival Dr. Grins Jessi Campbell Flanagan’s Lukas Pederson Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables Front Studio (WT Annex) International Folk Dancing


BEST BET: Acoustic


MAT KEARNEY Intersection, Grand Rapids June 30, 7 P.M. $16 in adv., $18 day of show (616) 451-8232


CHILL, LAID-BACK, relevant; these are just a few ways to describe Mat Kearney. He wears a fedora like Mraz and sounds like a hybrid of Dave Matthews and Coldplay. More impor- tantly, though, he performs with a lot of heart. Since his 2006 debut album, Nothing Left to Lose, and the 2009 release of his second album, City of Black & White, Kearney has risen through


the ranks and has become a perfect example of how successful a man can be when wielding his six-string and stretching his voice. He no longer opens for John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, or The Fray, but headlines his own tours and has had his music featured on several TV shows, as well as in Soul Surfer, a recent film release. At the show, you can expect Kearney to bring out some of his older songs, the ones where everyone in attendance will flick their Bics and sing along. But recently he’s been working on a new album, called Young Love where Kearney has pushed himself as an artist and experimented with beats and other instruments to produce an exciting, yet intimate, sound. Young Love is slated for release sometime in 2011. Reported by Garrett Dennert


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