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Theatre and Dance Presentaions|
Golden Dragon Acrobats - MidlandDate(s): 06/16/15From: Midland Center for the ArtsAddress:1801 W. St. AndrewsMidland, MI 48640Phone: (989) 631-5930|This fast-paced, technically-innovative performance showcases traditional Chinese acrobats, dance and costumes, ancient and contemporary music and modern theatrical techniques. The renowned acrobats dazzle with amazing feats of athleticism, daring heart-stopping stunts and the grace of their centuries old art form. The large cast and dazzling production designs illustrate just how breathtaking Chinese acrobatics can be. This show is sure to entertain, delight and keep audiences of all ages in suspense. Admission fee.|
A Feast of Dances | Performance - Ann ArborDate(s): 06/18/15From: University of Michigan - Museum of ArtPhone: (734) 763-8587|Thursday, June 18, 7:30pm. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Ann Arbor Dance Works, proudly presents "A Feast of Dances" featuring works by Melissa Beck, Amy Chavasse, Bill DeYoung, Jessica Fogel, Peter Sparling, Sandra Torijano, and Robin Wilson. Audiences are invited to travel through the Museum spaces for a tasting of a rich array of dance delicacies. The evening will conclude with a desert reception—with real cake—to enjoy and celebrate this festive occasion. This program is free and open to the public; however, tickets are required for entry. Tickets are available through the Michigan Union Ticket Office at 734-763-TKTS or http://muto.umich.edu/.|
A Feast of Dances | Performance6/18/2015In: Ann ArborContact Information:Susanne Kocsis(734) 763-8587Address:525 South State StreetAnn Arbor, MI 48109|Thursday, June 18, 7:30pm. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Ann Arbor Dance Works, proudly presents "A Feast of Dances" featuring works by Melissa Beck, Amy Chavasse, Bill DeYoung, Jessica Fogel, Peter Sparling, Sandra Torijano, and Robin Wilson. Audiences are invited to travel through the Museum spaces for a tasting of a rich array of dance delicacies. The evening will conclude with a desert reception—with real cake—to enjoy and celebrate this festive occasion. This program is free and open to the public; however, tickets are required for entry. Tickets are available through the Michigan Union Ticket Office at 734-763-TKTS or http://muto.umich.edu/.|
That 60's Show | Concert - Three OaksDate(s): 06/20/15From: Acorn Theater of Three OaksAddress:107 Generations DriveBehind Post OfficeThree Oaks, MI 49128Phone: (269) 756-3879|The 60s are back! One of "Chicago's most beloved duos", Beckie Menzie & Tom Michael celebrate the decade that forever revolutionized popular music. From the idyllic early Motown sound and British invasion to the angst of Woodstock, That 60's Show will feature songs by many of the decades favorite performers including The Beatles, The Supremes, The Everly Brothers, Elvis Presley, Petula Clark, and many more, all done in Menzie & Michael's unique award-winning style.|
Traverse City Park Jam - Traverse CityDate(s): 06/20/15From: Dennos Museum CenterAddress:1701 E. Front StreetTraverse City, MI 49686Phone: (231) 995-1055|Saturday, June 20, 2015, 12 noon, bring your skateboard and test your talent with the best of Traverse City and beyond. Take in the exhibition, Sideways: Exploring Skateboard Art + Culture, featuring original art and deck designs from around the region and coast to coast. Enjoy musical performances, dancing, and food. And don't forget to bid on the decks in the silent auction. Open to the public and free of charge! The Park Jam After Party is from 7-9pm. Enjoy a strolling dinner with Starcut Ciders and Shorts beer; catch a performance by Ron Allen, AKA MC Intelligence, with the Soul Step Electric Ladies; bid on exclusive art; all while enjoying the exhibition,Sideways: Exploring Skateboard Art + Culture. Tickets for the Park Jam After Party are $20 to the public, and $15 for Museum Members. Park Jam After Party for 21+. Only 100 tickets will be sold for the Park Jam After Party, so get your tickets fast!|
Mary Poppins | Musical Performance - AugustaDate(s): 06/16/15 - 06/28/15From: Barn TheatreAddress:13351 W. M-96 Hwy.Augusta, MI 49012Phone: (269) 731-4121|Dont miss Disney's magical high-flying family-musical. The practically perfect nanny helps us learn to take our medicine with spoonful of sugar, find the silver lining in every situation, and realize that sometimes we should just use the winds of change to go fly a kite! The score features your favorite Poppins tunes including "A Spoonful of Sugar," "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," "Jolly Holiday," "Let's Go Fly a Kite," "Step in Time," and "Chim Chiminey." For show dates and times, visit the website link.|
The Signal | Musical Performance - Three OaksDate(s): 06/26/15From: Acorn Theater of Three OaksAddress:107 Generations DriveBehind Post OfficeThree Oaks, MI 49128Phone: (269) 756-3879|The Signal breaks the mold of the typical jukebox musical with its grit and diversity. It's reminiscence of radio, steel mills, gangs, family, and most notably, Gary's Vee Jay Records. The female black owned label that landmarked the blues, pioneered R&B, triggered the Four Seasons, introduced the Beatles to the US, role model to Motown and influenced hometowners, The Jacksons. The troupe creates a canvas of hits by The Spaniels, Jerry Butler, Jimmy Reed, and The Dells, and other hits too. From Gospel to Rock, from Doo Wop to the King of Pop. VIP seating available.|
The Drowsy Chaperone | Theatre Performance - AlpenaDate(s): 06/17/15 - 07/05/15From: Thunder Bay TheatreAddress:400 North Second AvenueAlpena, MI 49707Phone: (989) 354-2267|With the houselights down, a man in a chair appears on stage and puts on his favorite record: the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical. The recording comes to life and The Drowsy Chaperone begins as the man in the chair looks on. Mix in two lovers on the eve of their wedding, a bumbling best man, a desperate theatre producer, a not so bright hostess, two gangsters posing as pastry chefs, a misguided Don Juan and an intoxicated chaperone, and you have the ingredients for an evening of madcap delight. Wednesday - Saturday 7:30pm and Sunday at 2pm.|
Mystery, Mayhem, and Murder | Theatre Performance - FrankenmuthDate(s): 06/25/15 - 06/27/15Address:525 E Genesee StreetFrankenmuth, MI 48734From: Bronner Performing Arts CenterPhone: (989) 652-6351|Enjoy an evening of mystery, mayhem and murder, when Muth Community Players present A Night Of One Acts; Theatre in the Black Box, Thursday, June 25, Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27 at 7pm in the Bronner Performing Arts Center. Show tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for students. This is a truly unique Theatrical experience because the audience will be seated around on the stage in the black box. The furthest audience member will be only 12 feet away from the action, making this a truly intimate evening of Theatre. First the audience will be tickled by the conspiracy laden Murder At the Banquet, next by Murdered Mystery, and finally with Sorry Wrong Number. This is a truly unique experience and the audience is so close you could count freckles on the actors cheek. Seating is limited.|
Musical Events|
Rattlesnake Annie | Concert - CurtisDate(s): 06/16/15From: Erickson Center for the ArtsErickson Center for the Arts(906) 586-9974Address:N9246 Saw-Wa-Quato St.PO Box 255Curtis, MI 49820Phone: (906) 586-9974|Highly acclaimed international recording star, songwriter and mast guitar player, Rattlesnake Annie, is just returning from concerts in Spain, Japan, and Mexico. Don't miss this once in lifetime opportunity to hear and feel the Tennessee natives magical music and observe her amazing flair. Tickets available in advance at the Erickson Center for the Arts office or at the door. $15. 7pm |
Jarekus Singleton Concert - Three OaksDate(s): 06/18/15From: Acorn Theater of Three OaksAddress:107 Generations DriveBehind Post OfficeThree Oaks, MI 49128Phone: (269) 756-3879|Musical trailblazer Jarekus Singleton, touring in support of his Alligator Records debut 'Refuse to Lose'. Singleton melds hip-hop wordplay, rock energy and R&B grooves with contemporary and traditional blues, turning audiences of all ages into devoted fans. With his untamed guitar licks and strong, soulful voice effortlessly moving from ferocious and funky to slow and steamy to smoking hot, Singleton is a fresh, electrifying bluesman with a bold vision for the future of the blues.|
Mix Summer Fix | Concert - SaginawDate(s): 06/18/15From: FirstMerit Bank Event ParkAddress:300 Johnson StreetSaginaw, MI 48607Phone: (989) 759-1320|Mix 106.3 FM presents Andy Grammer, Parachute, North of Nine, and Jacquie Lee in the Mix Summer Fix event held at FirstMerit Bank Event Park on June 18th at 6pm. General Admission tickets $20; Reserved $32. Tickets available in person at The Dow Box office, www.FirstMeritBankEventPark.com, www.Ticketmaster.com or to charge-by-phone (800) 745-3000.|
American Idol - Bo Bice - LexingtonDate(s): 06/19/15From: Lexington Village TheatreAddress:7318 Huron AveLexington, MI 48450Phone: (810) 359-5108|Bo Bice's career began to take shape when he worked the Southern club circuit in a number of bands, including Blue Suede Nickel, Purge and Sugar Money. Although the groups made some in-roads, his initial claim to fame came in 2005, when he finished 2nd to Carrie Underwood on FOX television's American Idol. His first release following that show, The Real Thing, yielded the chart-topping single "Inside Your Heaven" and helped Bice attain the first of his two gold record awards.|
Heart Tribute Band Little Queens - Three OaksDate(s): 06/19/15From: Acorn Theater of Three OaksAddress:107 Generations DriveBehind Post OfficeThree Oaks, MI 49128Phone: (269) 756-3879Type: Exhibits & Shows|Women Who Rock with Heart Tribute Band Little Queens! A fun night of female fueled rock featuring the powerhouse Heart Tribute Band Little Queens! Plus Hot Indie-Rock Singer/Songwriter Natalie Gaza and her all-female band The Post Op Trance. They will be joined by the energetic Chicago Duo, Doublemint Moustache. Premium VIP tickets include a Gourmet Green Room Buffet hour and select seating for the show. Doors open at 6:30pm for VIP buffet hour.|
Women Who Rock | Concert - Three OaksDate(s): 06/19/15From: Acorn Theater of Three OaksAddress:107 Generations DriveBehind Post OfficeThree Oaks, MI 49128Phone: (269) 756-3879|Three hot Chicago bands with women in the lead deliver a Night of female fueled rock! Featuring Little Queens Heart Tribute Band, Natalie Gaza and Post Op Trance, and Doublemint Moustache. Premium VIP tickets include a gourmet green room buffet hour, meet and mingle with the bands, and front-row table or self-select seating for the show. Doors open at 6pm for VIP access. Ticketed event.|
Shout | Beatles Tribute Concert - SaugatuckDate(s): 06/19/15 - 06/20/15From: Red Barn Theater3657 63rd St & Blue Star HwySaugatuck, MI 49453Phone: (269) 857-8388|Shout! A Fantastic Tribute to the Fab Four, is Michigan's premier Beatles Tribute Band. Come see "The Lads" at the Historic Red Barn Theatre in scenic Saugatuck, Michigan. Two nights only! Admission is $20 general seating and $25 for premier reserved seats. Full bar and concessions available.|
Summer Solstice Jazz Festival - East LansingDate(s): 06/19/15 - 06/20/15From: East Lansing - DowntownAddress:410 Abbott RoadEast Lansing, MI 48823Phone: (517) 319-6980|A free two-day Jazz Festival in the heart of downtown East Lansing, featuring high-caliber local, regional and national talent. Presented by the city of East Lansing, Wharton Center for the Performing Arts, and the Michigan State University College of Music, with artistic direction by Rodney Whitaker.|
Camerata Concert - MidlandDate(s): 06/21/15From: Midland Center for the ArtsAddress:1801 W. St. AndrewsMidland, MI 48640Phone: (989) 631-5930|The Center Stage Camerata Singers present a unique repertoire. From the Renaissance to contemporary choral music, the sound of the human voice in the vibrant acoustics of Memorial Presbyterian Church is a uniquely memorable experience.|
Hollywood's Greatest Melodies | Concert - St. JosephDate(s): 06/20/15From: Silver Beach County ParkAddress:101 Broad StreetSaint Joseph, MI 49085Phone: (269) 982-4030|Take a musical journey through the history of cinema with songs that are sure to captivate audiences of all ages. From beginning to end, listeners will be drawn into the music as it evokes images and memories from amazing movies including Love is an Open Door from the hit movie Frozen, Over the Rainbow, The Sound of Music and many more! Shadowland Pavilion, St. Joseph. 7:30pm. Rain location: Mendel Center Mainstage, Benton Harbor. Beach concert tickets are $5 higher the day of. Lawn seating: $15 adults / $5 children. Reserved seating area: $25 for all ages.|
Concert with The Monday Night All-Stars - GreenlandDate(s): 06/26/15From: Algomah Acres Honey House MeaderyAddress:611 Plank Rd.Greenland, MI 49929Phone: (906) 883-3894|The Monday Night All-Stars in Concert and Contra Dance, Friday June 26th 7-9pm. Doors open at 6pm for light refreshments and mead tastings. $5 for adults, kids under 12 free. Fun for the whole family! Why not try something different and join us for an evening of music provided by The Monday Night All-Stars, and dance if you want to! No experience required. The Monday Night All-Stars play an eclectic brand of old-time music. Diverse instrumentation drives their toe-tapping tunes. |
|Mixer on the MallStir up your Wednesday routine this summer with Mixer on the Mall! On Wednesdays, join the after-work party on the downtown Kalamazoo walking mall. People will enjoy fantastic, unique, and up-and-coming musicians, great beverages, and the opportunity to network and meet new friends. And don’t forget to check out local stores and restaurants.|
Aug 21, 2014 6 pmBronson ParkKalamazoo, MIFREEContact & More Infohttp://www.fontanachamberarts.orgPhone: (269) 382-7774Occidental Gypsy|Third Thursday JazzFontana is pleased to partner with the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo and the City of Kalamazoo to bring you a jazz series in Bronson Park. Held on the Third Thursday of each month from June through August, these concerts feature great jazz music, a beer garden featuring local brews, and delicious food. Come on down to the park and join us for a fun summer of jazz. |
Aug 22, 2014 8 pm to 10:00 PMDistrict Square139 S Edwards StKalamazoo, MI 49007Contact & More Infohttp://www.districtsquare.coEmail: info@entertainmentdistrict.coPhone: (269) 312-7246|District Square Summer Blues SeriesThe Entertainment District is proud to announce its first annual summer concert series in District Square. Blues fans can expect a high caliber of talented Blues artists to grace the outdoor stage every Friday evening at 8 pm for sixteen weeks starting May 16 through August 29.|
Aug 23, 2014 7 pm to 10:00 PMMangia Mangia209 S. Kalamazoo MallKalamazoo, MI 49007$10Contact & More Infohttp://www.mangiamangia-kazoo.comContact: PattiEmail: pattiflem@aol.comPhone: (269) 731-5388|Mangia Mangia Jazz & Blues Concert SeriesJazz vocalist Nicole New & jazz pianist Cliff Monear will be the featured artists at the August concert at Mangia Mangia on the downtown Kalamazoo Mall. Concerts take place in the private banquet room in the rear of the restaurant. Full dinner & drink menu's available.|
Visual Art |
Gallery Walk - PetoskeyDate(s): 06/18/15From: Petoskey's Historic Gaslight DistrictAddress:401 East MitchellPetoskey, MI 49770Phone: (231) 348-0388|The galleries of Downtown Petoskey welcome the public to this evening of art and fun. This is your chance to visit local galleries in an open house setting, some locations even have the artists on hand. Don't miss the afterglow party beginning at 9pm giving you the chance to win some wonderful pieces of art from the participating galleries.|
Pop-Up Art Show - Grand HavenDate(s): 06/18/15From: Loutit District LibraryAddress:407 ColumbusGrand Haven, MI 49417Phone: (616) 842-5560|Pop-up art show featuring the works of 10 West Michigan artists all working off a single theme. Exhibition is curated by Maggie Bandstra. |
Aaron James Draplin - Tall Tales from a Large Man - Traverse CityDate(s): 06/19/15From: Dennos Museum CenterAddress:1701 E. Front StreetTraverse City, MI 49686Phone: (231) 995-1055|NMC Alumnus and graphic designer Aaron James Draplin returns to Traverse City in conjunction with Sideways: Exploring Skateboard Art + Culture, May 31-September 6, 2015.Using scientific proof and state-of-the-art multimedia techniques, Aaron James Draplin of the Draplin Design Co. delivers a sucker-punch of a talk that aims to provide bonafide proof of work, the highs and lows of a ferociously independent existence, and a couple tall tales from his so-called career in the cutthroat world of contemporary graphic design. Just a regular guy with a trajectory a little dirtier than yours, his talk is open to all brave enough to show up. If you are a youngster, you may find yourself inspired to attack your design future in a different way. If you are established, you may just leave feeling grateful you don't have anything to do with him. Hard to say. Tickets: $15 General Public / $10 Dennos members. Milliken Auditorium, 7pm. Visit the website link for tickets and more information.|
Suttons Bay Summer Solstice Art & Wine Walk - Suttons BayDate(s): 06/19/15From: Suttons Bay Area Chamber of CommerceAddress:N St Joseph StSuttons Bay, MI 49682Phone: (231) 271-7423|The Village of Suttons Bay will host its Annual Summer Solstice Art Walk. The event features galleries and shops in the village partnering with Leelanau wineries for a perfect summer evening. From 5-9pm each gallery and shop will host an artist and their work, along with wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres. For more information visit the Suttons Bay Area Chamber of Commerce link.|
Leila Arboretum Ash Tree Art & Sculpture - Battle CreekDate(s): 06/13/15 - 06/20/15From: Leila ArboretumAddress:928 W. Michigan AvenueBattle Creek, MI 49017Phone: (269) 969-0270|Over the course of a week of exciting events and hard work, artists will use chainsaws, paint brushes, metal rods, pottery shards, and much more, to transform a grove of Ash tree trunks at the Leila Arboretum into a "Fantasy Forest". These trees were invaded and destroyed by the Emerald Ash Borer insect. Artists from all over Michigan will be competing. This weeklong festival offers the public many opportunities to enjoy the Arboretum while watching the artists work on their creations. Family fun events and special activities are scheduled every day. Events include Plein Air artists, salute to Flag Day, lots of children's activities, a Wine and Paint evening, Native American cultural presentation, and food, music, beer tent, and Torch the Ash Borer Bonfire.|
Northville Arts & Acts Festival - NorthvilleDate(s): 06/19/15 - 06/21/15From: Northville DowntownAddress:215 W. Main StreetNorthville, MI 48167Phone: (248) 344-0497|The Northville Art House shines a spotlight on the imagination, art, talent and cultural diversity of artists throughout the region when the annual Arts and Acts Festival returns for the sixth consecutive year, June 19-21, in historic downtown Northville. The Festival includes the 27th annual juried fine art show "Art in the Sun", featuring over 70 talented artists; the "Reel Michigan Film Festival" at Northville's Marquis Theatre; the "Sandbox Play Festival" produced by Tipping Point Theatre; the "Short on Words" Literary Contest; children's activities; a large variety of festival food and drink and the 2nd Annual Chalk Festival on June 20. The entire weekend will also bring musical entertainment featuring some of metro Detroit's top musicians. The Arts & Acts Festival hours are Friday, June 19 3-8pm; Saturday, June 20 10am-8pm; and Sunday, June 21 from 10am-5pm.|
World Of One Expo 2015 - Birch RunDate(s): 06/26/15 - 06/28/15From: Birch Run Expo CenterAddress:11600 North Beyer Rd.Birch Run, MI 48415Phone: (248) 935-8441|Healers, artist, native American craftsmen, dream catchers, organic food, organic clothing, crystal, stones, henna artist, jewelry, teas, coffee, energy health food, aura photos, mediums, pet readers, foot detoxing, candles, lotions healthy make-up and more! FREE door prizes, FREE parking. Kid, friend, and pet friendly. Over 70 vendors. Admission is $8, 12 and under free.|
August 15,2014|Playhouse Disney Live![->0] . Playhouse Disney Live! is the first live touring stage production featuring characters from four shows in Disney Channel's popular Playhouse Disney program block for preschoolers: My Friends Tigger & Pooh, Little Einsteins, Handy... 8/15/2014 4:30p DeVos Performance Hall[->1] Grand Rapids MI Featuring: Playhouse Disney Live! On Tour[->2]|
Craft Shows|
Father's Day Arts & Crafts Festival - WhitehallDate(s): 06/20/15 - 06/21/15From: Goodrich ParkAddress:100 N. Lake StreetWhitehall, MI 49461Phone: (231) 893-4585|More than 75 talented and creative artists will participate in this very popular juried art show from 10am – 5pm on Saturday the 20th and from 11am to 4pm on Sunday the 21st. Those attending can purchase a variety of hand-made art and crafts such as jewelry, wood furniture, birdhouses, ceramics, items for the garden, clothing, paintings and prints, folk art, leather goods, floral designs, stained glass, signs, children’s toys, and bath items.|
Lakeside Craft Show - LexingtonDate(s): 06/20/15 - 06/21/15From: Lexington's Patrick Tierney Harbor ParkAddress:East to Lake Huronat the end of Huron Avenue and Simons StreetLexington, MI 48450Phone: (810) 359-2300|Pop-up art show featuring the works of 10 West Michigan artists all working off a single theme. Exhibition is curated by Maggie Bandstra. |
Sault Arts, Crafts, and Family Fun Fair - Sault Ste. MarieDate(s): 06/26/15From: Sault Ste. Marie Convention & Visitors BureauAddress:City Hall Grounds225 East Portage AvenueSault Sainte Marie, MI 49783Phone: (906) 253-9840|2015 will be even bigger and more fun, so plan on over 40 high quality arts and crafts vendors, favorite foods, and kids activities from bouncies and balloons to intriguing adventures. Count on local maple syrup items, traditional and creative handheld meals, assorted roasted nuts, and familiar hot and cold dishes. Awesome artistic media will include photography, oil paintings, charcoal drawings, hand-woven and other abric items, furniture, glass work, beadwork, and jewelry. Located perfectly between the Soo Locks Park and Cloverland Electric Hydroplant's Open House. 10am-5pm. Free.|
Suttons Bay Summer Solstice Art & Wine Walk - Suttons BayDate(s): 06/19/15From: Suttons Bay Area Chamber of CommerceAddress:N St Joseph StSuttons Bay, MI 49682Phone: (231) 271-7423|The Village of Suttons Bay will host its Annual Summer Solstice Art Walk. The event features galleries and shops in the village partnering with Leelanau wineries for a perfect summer evening. From 5-9pm each gallery and shop will host an artist and their work, along with wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres. For more information visit the Suttons Bay Area Chamber of Commerce link.|
Leila Arboretum Ash Tree Art & Sculpture - Battle CreekDate(s): 06/13/15 - 06/20/15From: Leila ArboretumAddress:928 W. Michigan AvenueBattle Creek, MI 49017Phone: (269) 969-0270|Over the course of a week of exciting events and hard work, artists will use chainsaws, paint brushes, metal rods, pottery shards, and much more, to transform a grove of Ash tree trunks at the Leila Arboretum into a "Fantasy Forest". These trees were invaded and destroyed by the Emerald Ash Borer insect. Artists from all over Michigan will be competing. This weeklong festival offers the public many opportunities to enjoy the Arboretum while watching the artists work on their creations. Family fun events and special activities are scheduled every day. Events include Plein Air artists, salute to Flag Day, lots of children's activities, a Wine and Paint evening, Native American cultural presentation, and food, music, beer tent, and Torch the Ash Borer Bonfire.|
Northville Arts & Acts Festival - NorthvilleDate(s): 06/19/15 - 06/21/15From: Northville DowntownAddress:215 W. Main StreetNorthville, MI 48167Phone: (248) 344-0497|The Northville Art House shines a spotlight on the imagination, art, talent and cultural diversity of artists throughout the region when the annual Arts and Acts Festival returns for the sixth consecutive year, June 19-21, in historic downtown Northville. The Festival includes the 27th annual juried fine art show "Art in the Sun", featuring over 70 talented artists; the "Reel Michigan Film Festival" at Northville's Marquis Theatre; the "Sandbox Play Festival" produced by Tipping Point Theatre; the "Short on Words" Literary Contest; children's activities; a large variety of festival food and drink and the 2nd Annual Chalk Festival on June 20. The entire weekend will also bring musical entertainment featuring some of metro Detroit's top musicians. The Arts & Acts Festival hours are Friday, June 19 3-8pm; Saturday, June 20 10am-8pm; and Sunday, June 21 from 10am-5pm.|
|SHOWSTOPPERSSpring Dance CompetitionKellogg ArenaDebbie Roberts(843) 267-3802|
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