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Mason Street Warehouse 39 Steps MXTP MXTP 1 Year $1 Anniversary New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School Old Dog Tavern Duffield Caron Project, Big Mont and the Magic Moment The Pyramid Scheme Prussia, The Juliets, Joshua Mogck Red Barn Theatre Buddy-The Buddy Holly Story Rogers Park Sparta Celtic Heritage Festival Rosa Parks Circle The Mixing Pot Water Street Gallery View Points


SUNDAY 8.14


Bobarino’s Drew Behringer and Friends Bronson Park, Kalamazoo WMU Concert in the Park Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables GRAM Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum GR Public Library - Main Branch Parks for Everyone: The Story of Grand Rapids Parks Kindleberger Park Acappazoo Mason Street Warehouse 39 Steps New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School Red Barn Theatre Buddy-The Buddy Holly Story


MONDAY 8.15


Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables


GR Public Library - Main Branch Parks for Everyone: The Story of Grand Rapids Parks Holland State Park Snorkeling 101 John Ball Zoo Jazzoo Mondays New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School Orbit Room Young Jeezy Saugatuck Center for the Arts Summer in the Studio: Theo Katzman


TUESDAY 8.16


Garden Club Park Small Town Son GR Public Museum Planetarium Pink Floyd Laser Light Show GR Public Library - Main Branch Parks for Everyone: The Story of Grand Rapids Parks Lowell Area Arts Council NOW & THEN- Art Exhibition with Sylvia Krissoff and Loretta Sailors Mason Street Warehouse 39 Steps New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School Old Dog Tavern Open Mic with Branden Mann Orbit Room Above Heaven Beyond Hell Tour feat. Volbeat, Cold, Anchored Salt of the Earth Drew Nelson San Chez Bistro Canning and Drying Your Garden UICA UICA Exhibits Wealthy Theatre GR Reads: The Movies - Angel Heart


WEDNESDAY 8.17


Blue Water Grill Gabrial James Eighth Street Market Place Holland Farmers Market


Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables GR Public Library - Main Branch Parks for Everyone: The Story of Grand Rapids Parks Kent District Library Delilah DeWylde and the Lost Boys Lowell Area Arts Council NOW & THEN- Art Exhibition with Sylvia Krissoff and Loretta Sailors Mason Street Warehouse 39 Steps New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School Old Dog Tavern Ladies Night with Steve Pesch Orbit Room Queensryche wsg Holloway and Deadwood Stone Red Jet Cafe Scott Nadeau Van Andel Arena Britney Spears Waterfront Stadium Dancin’ on the Grand Wealthy Theatre Not Your Average Speaker Series


THURSDAY 8.18


Bell’s Eccentric Cafe Lying Delilah Blue Water Grill Mark Kahny Celedon Outdoor Ampitheater Northern Skies wsg Poor Ol’ Jim The DAAC Suffix, Cloud Mouth, and Final Club Dr. Grins Keith Alberstadt Founders Brewing Company Paleface at Founders Frederik Meijer Gardens Laura Ford: Actual, Factual Fables GR Public Library - Main Branch Parks for Everyone: The Story of Grand Rapids Parks Howmet Playhouse Boeing-Boeing Lowell Area Arts Council NOW & THEN- Art Exhibition with Sylvia Krissoff and Loretta Sailors Mason Street Warehouse 39 Steps


BEST BET: Metal


QUEENSRŸCHE Orbit Room, Grand Rapids Aug. 17, 6:30 p.m. $26.50 in advance, $30 day of show orbitroom.com, (616) 942-1328


AS THE ‘80S CAME TO a close, metal bands like Queensrÿche came to a horrific realization that big hair and soulful solos wouldn’t appeal to popular attention for long. Cobain and ‘90s alternative rock got cool, and old-school metal took the mental backseat – a death knell for some bands. But not for Queensrÿche, which is on tour in recognition of its 30th year together. Lead singer Geoff Tate may have since abandoned the mullet and glamorous


fashion that once set him and his band mates on the same stages as Def Leppard or Kiss, but the thread of musicianship that unites the members runs just as strong today. The group has plenty more to celebrate, with Dedicated to Chaos – its 13th album since 1982 – was released on June 29. While waiting to mail out the award for ten-millionth listener to declare, “It’s not the old Queensrÿche,” the band starts its fourth generation with an album recognizing continuous change and continuity itself in a band that may very well stick around until the ‘80s comeback is in fashion… again. Reported by Robby Hartley


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