July 31, 2021

Harry Connick Jr., Young Americans, The Accidentals & Sawyer Fredericks

More summer (and fall) entertainment at Interlochen, Boyne Highlands, and City Opera House in TC
By Lynda Wheatley | June 12, 2021

And the hits just keep coming. Interlochen Center for the Arts (pictured above) has announced the return of its Interlochen Arts Festival, albeit in abbreviated for, for August.

Tickets will go on sale June 22 here for these performances: Chicago, Aug, 3;  Harry Connick, Jr., Aug. 10; The Greatest Hits of Foreigner, Aug. 14; Jake Owen, Aug. 26; the Old Crow Medicine Show (with special guest Molly Tuttle) Aug. 28; and Buddy Guy with Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Aug. 29.

At Boyne Highlands Resort, a limited number of tickets are available for a revamped Young Americans Dinner Theater, which returns for a series of Tuesday through Saturday runs June 25 through August 28, with a bonus set of show-only (no dining) matinee performances on 2pm each Saturday and Sunday between. Call (231) 526-3152 for tickets.

Finally, we just checked, and there are still some tickets available to see Traverse City’s own The Accidentals play the City Opera House in Traverse City this fall. The trio will take the stage Sept. 28 and 29, and they’re bring along a bonus: former The Voice phenom Sawyer Fredericks (think: sweet-faced bluesy-country boy with long hair and a hat who could wail on a guitar like he’d been doing for decades). See www.cityoperahouse.org to buy tickets.


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