Owosso Amphitheater Association
 

A Summer Full of Great Music!

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The beautiful outdoor setting along the river, across from Curwood Castle near downtown Owosso, Michigan, is home to concerts and events all summer long.

Summerfest includes a variety of music styles including R&B, country, rock, big band, and folk. Bring your blanket or bag chair and relax in the beautiful outdoors.

All concerts are free, but an at-will collection is taken at intermission.

2015 Schedule:

True Blue

Thursday, June 25, 2015
7:30 PM

The 2015 concert series opens with Bluegrass music from the heartland of Michigan!

True Blue is as traditional as a band can get: not soft or polite, but compelling in a way that is both fresh and familiar.  They bring together the three crucial elements of good bluegrass:  instinctive harmonies, soul, and an organic rhythmic feel reminiscent of Flatt & Scruggs. This band is an example of what can happen when people share a musical sensibility and joy in what they are doing.

Jump Street Swing Band

Thrusday, July 9, 2015
7:30 PM

The 17-piece Jum Street Swing Band will light-up Owosso with a mix of classic and modern big-band songs. The band's repertoire includes such classics as American Patrol, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Satin Doll, and Moonlight Serenade. They don't stop at the classics though, the band enjoys performing contemporary hits by Brian Setzer and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to delight audiences of all ages.

Nessa

Thursday, July 16, 2015
7:30 PM

Nessa is an exciting new "funky Celtic roots" ensemble from Southeastern Michigan. Led flutist/vocalsit Kelly McDermott, Nessa has been recognized for their newly-arranged ancient Celtic ballads and World Chamber Fusion. After a brief German tour in the Spring on 2014, the group received attention throughout the Detroit area.  Nessa has recently been featured on radio host Rob Reinhardt's "Essential Music" program on WDET Detroit, which led to an immediate booking as part of the esteemed "Midtown Detroit Thursday Night Concert Series,"and, subsequently, "Arts, Beats, and Eats" in 
Royal Oak. 

Fleetwood Smack

Thursday, July 23, 2015
7:30 PM

A tribute to the 70's hit machine!

Lansing'gs Fleetwood Smack will bring all of Fleetwood Mac's chart-topping tunes to Owosso. Rock out to "Go Your Own Way," "Rhiannon," Don't Stop," "The Chain," and many, many other great songs created by Lindsay Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Cristine McVie, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood.

The Jack Clarkson Band

Thursday, July 30, 2015
7:30 PM

Since 1980, The Jack Clarkson Band has performed at over 4,000 events.  With guitar, keyboards, bass, saxophone, drums, violin, mandolin, and using highly experienced studio musicians, The Clarksons are able to cover a huge range of material for the private and business sector;  anything from fairs, conventions, weddings, reunions, and concerts, from small venues to lead-in's for major acts. 

Eventide

Thursday, August 6, 2015
7:30 PM

Eventide is a Multi Award-Winning cover band playing popular rock music from the 70’s through today. To appeal to audiences of all ages, Eventide will “mix it up” and focus on selections that are upbeat, dancable, and FUN.

The Flying Latini Brothers

Thrusday, August 13, 2015
7:30 PM

The 2015 season ends too quickly as the Flying Latini Brothers take the Amphtheater stage.

Fronted by one of Michigan's most talented guitarists and vocalists, John Latini and the band personify the best that the heartland, and especially Michigan’s righteous rock history, have to offer: an honest, straight-ahead, no-nonsense commitment to real songs about real people.

Latini is the purveyor of a slick, blues-soaked, economically hard-driving guitar style— but more than anything he’s an intense, incandescent performer, with an emotional, testosterone-charged voice that the Ann Arbor Observer called “alternately celebratory, remorseful, seductive and dangerous.”

 

 

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