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Camp Blodgett Summer Concerts
Sunday, August 13th, 6:30 PM EDT
Casual concert fundraiser on the deck of the Loeks Retreat Center at Camp Blodgett on Lake Michigan. GATES OPEN AT 6:30PM | MUSIC STARTS AT 7PM PARKING: When you arrive, please park in our main lot near Lakeshore Dr., then walk back to the Retreat Center by following the signs. There is no need to print your tickets. A Camp Blodgett staff member will be able to check you in at a table near the stairs to the deck. This is also where you will receive any preorder drink and snack tickets you purchased. • Seating is first come, first seated. • You may bring a camping/beach chair. If it’s taller, please keep to the back or side to make room for guests sitting on blankets or lower chairs. We do have chairs available if you need one. • Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. Outside alcohol is strictly prohibited. • In case of rain or other unsatisfactory weather, the concert will take place inside the Loeks Retreat Center. • You are welcome to take a walk down to the beach or a Camp Blodgett staff member would be happy to give you a tour of camp before the concert begins. Please stay on designated beach paths to help protect the dunes!
Come join us for a Sunday evening in July and August! Enjoy live music, great company, a gorgeous view of Lake Michigan, and support a terrific camp for the kids!
All proceeds from ticket sales support Camp Blodgett's annual Campership Campaign to ensure all children, regardless of income, have access to the benefits of summer camp. To learn more click here.
Gates at 6:30pm • Music at 7pm
Loeks Retreat Center Deck
$10 Presale • $15 at the Gate
Kids 13 + under are FREE (suggested donation: $5)
About: Mark Lavengood is a walking, talking ray of sunshine. His resonant energy and sparkling smile light up every stage, every studio, every room, RV and embrace he enters. A talented multi-instrumentalist, Lavengood specializes in dobro & steel guitar, both of which he's played for over a decade, while also being well-versed in guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, drums, and a variety of percussion instruments.
About: Jamie is a singer / songwriter living in Grand Rapids, Michigan. With a knack for mixing genres to create a unique sound, she loves how the crossover can bring people together from all walks of life.
“To feel music is to really listen. Music is therapy. Love, loss, joy, regret, abuse, forgiveness, hope, grit, fantasy, gratitude, sorrow; songwriting accepts it all and makes it beautiful.”