Greensky Bluegrass will return to Michigan for a three-night run of home-state concerts on July 16th–18th. The shows will take place at Shagbark Farm in Caledonia, MI, where camping will also be offered.
In addition to three nights of Greensky Bluegrass, each concert will feature support by a different artist. Friday will see Sierra Hull open the show, followed the next evening by Railroad Earth, and finally Steppin’ In It on Sunday.
“Michigan is the home of Greensky Bluegrass. Not in 20 years have we gone this long without performing there,” singer/mandolinist Paul Hoffman said in a statement. “I’ve never even been away this long. In my whole life. The excitement is overwhelming. See you soon Michigan.”
Shagbark Farm is located 15 minutes from Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids. The venue also lies less than an hour away from Kalamazoo, the town that birthed Greensky Bluegrass.
Three-night, single-day, and RV passes for Greensky Bluegrass’ three-night run in Michigan are on sale now. The show will be a general admission event. Click here for tickets and more details.