City of Kentwood’s Winter Concert Series Returns Jan. 18
Free Series Will Feature Artists Performing a Range of Music and Food Trucks
The City of Kentwood’s Winter Concert Series will return Thursday, Jan. 18 with free concerts featuring a range of music and food trucks.
The series will feature three local artists performing 6:30-8 p.m. on select Thursdays each month through March 7 at the Kent District Library – Kentwood (Richard L. Root) Branch, 4950 Breton Ave. SE. Each concert will feature a food truck outside the library offering a variety of cuisine for purchase.
“We’re excited to bring talented musicians and wonderful entertainment to our community again,” said Val Romeo, Kentwood Parks and Recreation director. “This series is a great way for community members to be introduced to their new favorite artist, get out of the house this winter and enjoy an evening with friends and neighbors.”
The lineup of performers and food trucks is:
- Thursday, Jan. 18 – Singer-songwriter Kody Bryant performing country covers and originals and Dune Buggy food truck featuring burgers and fries.
- Thursday, Feb. 15 – Award winning singer Myra Maimoh with Motherland House Concerts performing Afro-Soul and Patty Matters food truck offering burgers and fries.
- Thursday, March 7 – Folk band Whorled performing Celtic, gypsy jazz, Brazilian, bluegrass and classical music and Around Baking Company food truck featuring freshly baked pizzas.
The concerts will take place in the library’s Community Room. Guests are welcome to bring their own beer, wine or nonalcoholic beverages to enjoy at the show. More information is available at Kentwood.us/WinterConcerts.