Concerts in Grand Rapids

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Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill celebrates the home-cooked meals and rollicking roots music of the '50's and '60's with a hearty spread of American pub fare, ice-cold beers, and a schedule full of critically acclaimed musical acts. Visitors groove to the folk-rolk sounds and top-notch musicianship of performers?previous acts including Woody Pines, Pete Anderson, and Dave Alvin?as they sip cocktails and craft beers.

760 Butterworth St SW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Under the guidance of cofounders and brothers Mikhail and Arkadiy Sarkisov, the skilled coaches at Grand Rapids Fencing Academy enlighten budding swordsmiths on the essential techniques of modern fencing. During informative classes for all experience levels, students learn the foot moves, blade work, and confetti-cutting skills of èpèe-, foil-, and saber-style fencing. Each session is designed to improve mind-body coordination and flexibility while providing aerobic exercise. A wall of full-length mirrors allows pupils to view and modify their techniques inside the sprawling hardwood studio.

Mikhail and Arkadiy Sarkisov sharpened their fencing skills on the former Soviet Union's national fencing team before earning medals in their home country's national championship. In 2004, the United States Olympic Committee named Mikhail the Developmental Coach of the Year in fencing. Both brothers hold master's degrees in fencing and have placed highly in numerous tournaments across multiple globes.

1345 Monroe Ave NW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Best known for performing the infectious theme song to PBS's Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, vocal quintet Rockapella has performed high-energy pop and R & B since 1986. For this show, they'll be laying down the smooth grooves and catchy melodies of '60s and '70s hits, performing tunes such as "Here Comes the Sun," "Rock the Boat," and "Under the Boardwalk." With this deal, you'll get a VIP pass, which puts you in the best available seats in Section 2 or 3, so close to the stage that you'll be able to taste every crisp finger-snap and smell each hummed harmony. Though some songs will be performed a cappella by the group, they'll be accompanied by the Grand Rapids Symphony, led by acclaimed conductor David Lockington, on other songs, ensuring the performance will be replete with sensuous violins, bouncy percussion, and rock-star brass instrumentalists setting their tubas on fire.

300 Ottawa Ave NW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Legally Blonde The Musical, adapted from the 2001 hit film, is a rosy-hued tale about a sorority sister turned Harvard Law student. Filled with lively songs, breathtaking choreography, and copious amounts of pink, the sidesplitting saga of Elle Woods leaves audiences joyous and up to 24% blonder. Seating (subject to availability) will be in the orchestra section or first-level mezzanine rows A-F ($63.25 each), or in the mid- and back-level mezzanine ($53.25 each). Join Broadway Grand Rapids for its 23rd music-making season as the company celebrates its new partnership with MSU's Wharton Center for the Performing Arts.

122 Lyon St NW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US