2018 Summer Sounds


Summer Sounds

Bring family and friends for a wonderful night of entertainment at an Art Park concert this summer. For over twenty years, concert-goers have enjoyed the fresh air, relaxed atmosphere and great music of Summer Sounds, a perfect way to spend a midsummer evening.

All concerts begin at 7:00pm

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Terry Barber

Terry Barber | Photo: John Bullington

The Sweet Water Warblers

The Sweet Water Warblers

The Accidentals

The Accidentals



Vox Vidorra

Vox Vidorra

Joshua Davis at Michigan Legacy Art Park

Joshua Davis | Photo by David McGowan

Rachael and Dominic Davis

Rachael & Dominic Davis | Photo: John Bullington

The Bergamot

The Bergamot | Photo: John Bullington

Channing and Quinn perform at Michigan Legacy Art Park

Photo by David McGowan

Nashon Holloway Band

Nashon Holloway Band

Become a Sponsor

By helping to underwrite the series, all revenue from ticket sales will directly benefit Michigan Legacy Art Park.

Your participation will be welcome at any time, but to ensure all your sponsorship benefits, please respond by April 15.

Summer Sounds Sponsorship

$ 2,500.00
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Total $2,500.00


  • Logo banner at Art Park amphitheater
  • Headliner presentation in all materials and ads
  • Reserved table at 2 concerts of choice (seats 6)
  • Podium recognition and invitation to address guests
  • 6 Tickets to every concert
  • Private guided group tour of Art Park for friends


  • Topliner presentation in all materials and ads
  • Reserved table at 2 concerts of choice (seats 6)
  • 6 tickets to every concert


  • Logo/Name included in all promotional materials
  • Reserved table at 1 concert of choice (Seats 6)
  • 4 Tickets to every concert


  • Logo/Name included in all materials
  • 2 Tickets to each concert


  • Business or donor name included in all materials
  • 6 ticket vouchers for concert(s) of your choice

Presenting Sponsor

Mo & Linda White

The Sweet Water Warblers

About the Amphitheater

The amphitheater was originally built in 1995 and dedicated in memory of Jessie Frohlich by Edward P. Frohlich. An acoustic engineer helped choose the acoustically ideal location, and Michigan architect Bob Holdeman designed the venue. It was rebuilt for the 2014 season with a major grant from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. Its terraced seating, built by David Barr and Jim Ristine, accommodates about 150 people, with additional space for another 50 to 100 people to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets.