Freshwater Events -- In the full realization of how fortunate we are to live in the Great Lakes region, a basin of pure fresh water carved out by glaciers holding 90% of the freshest purist water on earth. We know the value of water and we feel that we must do something to help reduce suffering.
You rely on your wireless equipment for every performance and Sennheiser wants to make sure that you can continue to do so for years to come. Don’t risk problems with the changing frequency landscape. Act now to ensure that your wireless equipment is ready for the future. Sennheiser has been one of the most trusted partners in wireless technology for decades and we want to partner with you to keep your performances sounding just as good as you do!
Traverse City - The Michigan Clean Energy Conference & Fair will be held in Traverse City June 23 – 25. Meet the new Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association Executive Director John Freeman.
The Friday afternoon session on June 23 will take place at the State Theater, 233 E. Front St and the topic will be a panel discussion on “The Future of Electric Mobility.”
by M’Lynn Harwell | Freshwater Events (from our Talent Toolkit)
Whenever possible, it is probably best to just say “no” to outdoor winter events in cold climates. It’s simply not a smart idea to play outdoor shows in the dead of winter, period. It’s tough on your instruments. It’s tough on audio gear. It’s tough on your hands. It’s tough on your lungs. It’s just plain tough.
Traverse City -- a Freshwater Collective musicial experience.
The Great Gatsby band is an 8 piece big-band reminiscent of the era, performing favourites from the 1920s and 1930s, featuring vocals by Angie Berle.
Read more about the Freshwater Collective here: http://FreshwaterCollective.com
7 to 9:30 pm
Jeff Haas is a longtime resident and mainstay of the Traverse City music, cultural and education scene. His hometown-based trio plus horns will perform weekly at West Bay Beach Resort, while his Detroit-based trio plus horns performs on the road and in schools as part of the award-winning Building Bridges with Music program.