Thursday, August 15, 2019 - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Battle Creek’s Fantasy Forest, located inside Leila Arboretum will host a Free concert series on Thursday evenings in August. Bring a chair and a friend to join us each week for Live Music and fun.

August 1st: BAREFOOT BLONDE — A powerhouse female vocalist with a tight rock and roll band backup. This group has been a popular attraction at Leilapalooza in past years.
Charitable beneficiary: Sprout Urban Farms.

August 8th: BOBBY HOLLEY AND SONNY HOLLEY’S MOTOWN BAND — A “Chuck Berry” style rock and roll show that usually draws hundreds of local fans that come to enjoy his music, his excitement and his moon-walk-style dancing.
Charitable beneficiary: Kingman Museum of Natural History.

August 15th: LIPSTICK AND WHISKEY – a popular country and western band that has proven appeal to many in Battle Creek. Charitable beneficiary: Leila Arboretum Society.

August 22nd: CEREAL CITY CONCERT BAND — Perhaps the genesis group and motivation for Leila’s Thursday evening concert series. The group performs big band and patriotic music that appeals to the largest audiences, especially senior citizens and couples who enjoy just bringing their lawn chairs, or their blanket, for a delightfully casual evening of musical memories and inspirations.
Charitable beneficiary: Leila Arboretum Society.

Location:

Leila Arboretum
928 West Michigan Avenue
Battle Creek, MI 49037

Contact:

Cost: Free
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Battle Creek's Fantasy Forest
Organization: Leila Arboretum
Organizer Phone: (269) 969-0270
Organizer Email: Not Provided

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