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Are you looking for something to do with your family on Saturday nights in the summer? Please join us for one of our Summer Concerts - or as many as you are able to make it to! For FREE! Yes, you read that correctly! All summer concerts are FREE and open to the public.

  • Start at 7:00 pm
  • General Seating*

Looking for dinner before the concert?

Our dining room is also open to the public! All are welcome to join us for dinner before the concert.

* Dinner Guests have reserved seating for the concert.

Dinner Buffet Pricing:

  • Adults 14+:      $ 15.75 + tax
  • 10-14yr olds:   $ 10.00 + tax
  • 5-9yr olds:       $ 8.00 + tax
  • 4 and Under:    Free

To reserve your dinner tickets, please call our front desk.  231-798-2161


2015 CONCERT SCHEDULE

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June 20 -

Richard Allen Farmer

Dr. Richard Allen Farmer is known and admired around the world as a vibrant communicator, concert-level pianist, eloquent theologian and impassioned man of God. 

A native New Yorker, Dr. Farmer began piano studies in New York City at the age of 11 and accepted Christ into his life a year later. As his faith and musicianship grew, the two became blended. Dr. Farmer now uses his music as a unique vehicle to inspire, motivate and entertain diverse audiences everywhere.

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June 27 -

Steve Amerson

On a normal Sunday, one can find Steve singing in a church someplace in North America and on many Mondays he will be in the studio singing for a movie or television show or singing about the qualities of a certain automobile or airline for a commercial.  To some it might seem strange, but for Steve Amerson it’s all part of being salt and light in a tasteless and dismal world.

Steve is also honored to be a musical ambassador for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and Society as he sings for their events throughout the United States.  In 2009, he was presented the Bob Hope Excellence in Entertainment Award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

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July 4 -

Annie Moses Band

The Annie Moses Band has been inspiring and entertaining audiences for over a decade, bringing their distinctive style of music across the nation and around the world.  A captivating blend of folk and classical, the Annie Moses Band is a talented ensemble of songwriters, singers, and musicians, combining technical skill with exhilarating showmanship. 

The Band's innovative sound has delighted audiences around the world - in record breaking numbers of airings on PBS and on stages as diverse as Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry. The members of the Band are also family.  Veteran composer, Bill Wolaver, weaves musical styles together into cinematic arrangements while the virtuosic siblings bring Juilliard-honed chops to Nashville-styled music-making.

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July 11 -

Selah

Music has a unique ability to touch lives and transform hearts. Over the course of 17 years in ministry, Selah has seen that power over and over again. For Todd Smith, Allan Hall and Amy Perry, it’s both humbling and exciting to be part of a force that inspires, entertains and encourages. That’s what Selah’s music has always done and what the trio does yet again on You Amaze Us.

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July 18 -

Anthony Evans

For Christians, real life begets real worship when we live that life comprehending that God will never fail us, and that He is greater than our circumstances. When God expanded Anthony Evans’ world by 1,200 miles and infinitely more emotions and experiences, He knew that worship would follow. The result is a record that Evans is more eager to share with the world than any he’s made before. And this time around, that world is a whole lot bigger. 

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July 25 -

Robert & Pam Adams

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August 1 -

Aaron Shust

Hardships generally produce sorrow and heartache, but sometimes there’s unexpected joy in life’s trials for those who are willing to look. Just ask Aaron Shust. The past few years have been an emotional rollercoaster for the father of three young sons, yet amongst the challenges there have been miracles with each trial and tribulation.  Each crisis led the Centricity Music recording artist to lean more firmly into his faith and the result is Aaron’s new album, Morning Rises, a potent collection of songs that are worshipful, life-affirming and absolutely celebratory.

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August 8 -

Dallas Holm

Dallas has earned his influence in today’s Christian music throughout more than 45 years of writing, singing and ministry in some 4,000 concerts in every state in the USA as well as many countries abroad. His 38 recording have garnered gold records, multiple Dove awards, Grammy nominations, number one songs, and countless accolades. During his travels, Dallas also speaks and teaches what God has taught him in his journey.

Holm’s creativity and diversity offer everything from inspirational to blues, from country to reggae. Whatever the style, it all points to Christ and the Cross. Songs like Rise Again, I Saw the Lord, Here We Are and Before Your Throne remind us that it’s all about Jesus. Holm’s songs focus on His life, His death and resurrection and His desire for intimate relationship with us.

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August 15 -

Sara Groves

Sara is a mom, wife, singer/ songwriter and recording artist with a passion for justice and a heart of mercy. She has joined forces with International Justice Mission to advocate for victims of human trafficking for the past 8 years. Sara has been nominated for 7 Dove Awards and has produced a string of successful albums including her latest, The Collection, a thoughtful mix of songs from her past 10 recordings.

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August 22 -

Theater for the Thirsty

Specializing in entertaining, music-infused, funny, thought-provoking, redemptive, soul stirring and imaginative theater. We have been creating and performing original works, professionally, for over fifteen years.

Why: To refresh people who are thirsty for more. We believe that people are hungry and thirsty for more than what much of this life offers. So, we hope to give ‘em something that will refresh their spirits, challenge their assumptions, entertain their socks off and inject some hope into their lives.

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August 29 -

John & Anne Barbour

Music is a time capsule containing the best moments of our lives as well as the most painful. It can be healing balm or even a miracle cure. It provides nourishment for our souls, energy for our lives and rest for the night season. It can bring friends together in celebration and enemies back together in reconciliation. The family of God gathers in musical settings and worships it's creator. Music is a powerful force in our world and in the world to come.

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September 5 -

Buddy Greene 

Born and bred in Macon, Georgia, Buddy Greene benefited at an early age from the influences of a town and culture that produced the likes of Little Richard, Otis Redding, and the Allman Brothers Band. By age 10 he began playing to audiences around Macon and quickly established himself as a local talent worth watching.

Buddy’s first big break came with an invitation to join Jerry Reed’s band, and shortly thereafter he and new bride Vicki moved to Nashville. After touring the country, recording, and making numerous TV appearances with Reed, Buddy was given the opportunity to record an album of original gospel music which quickly brought him to the attention of gospel greats Bill & Gloria Gaither.

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