Create Account

    MUSIC

    Concerts in the Park - Keith Hall's Homecookin’ featuring Nashon Holloway

    Presented by and Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo at Bronson Park

    August 9, 2015

    Event Rating (1 vote)



    Bookmark


    Concerts in the Park - Keith Hall's Homecookin’ featuring Nashon Holloway

    Concerts in the Park, one of Kalamazoo’s long standing traditions offered Sunday’s in June, July and August in Bronson Park, delivers a unique offering unlike other concert series in Kalamazoo. The 2015 season has an exciting mix of music genres – jazz, blues, gospel, big band, bluegrass, American roots and Broadway

    Each concert is free, and is friendly for the entire family. Bringing picnic meals (no grilling allowed), blankets or lawn chairs is encouraged. Each concert begins at 4pm and the concerts’ rain location is First United Methodist Church, just across from Bronson Park (unless otherwise noted).

    August 9 - Keith Hall's Homecookin’ featuring Nashon Holloway

    Keith Hall’s Homecookin’ brings a joyful mix of soul, Gospel, R&B, blues and jazz to Kalamazoo. Drummer Keith Hall has over 20 years of recording and world touring experience and is the host of Jazz Currents on WMUK. As a professor at WMU, he is known primarily as a jazz drummer, but his multi-faceted drumming has been revealed with Homecookin’ and other projects. Featuring singer/songwriter Nashon Holloway with her dynamic and soulful approach, along with guitarist Bryan Blowers, keyboardist Rufus Ferguson and bassist Neal Conway.

    As a special treat to concert goers PopCity Popcorn will be selling popcorn and water in Bronson Park.

    Concerts in the Park is a program of the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, with support from the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation and the City of Kalamazoo. Additional support provided by WMUK 102.1, PNC, Kalamazoo First Presbyterian Church and Adams Outdoor.


    Bronson Park

    200 W. South St.
    Kalamazoo, MI 49007

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    FREE!


    General Day and Time Info:

    Each concert is free, and is friendly for the entire family. Bringing picnic meals (no grilling allowed), blankets or lawn chairs is encouraged. Each concert begins at 4pm and the concerts’ rain location is First United Methodist Church, just across from Bronson Park (unless otherwise noted). Notice will be posted on kalamazooarts.org and Facebook if the concert is moved indoors due to inclement weather.




    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

    Facebook Comments

    Member Reviews

    There are currently no reviews/comments for this event. Be the first to add a review/comment , and let folks know what you think!

    Audience Connect

    Use the form below to communicate with this organization.




      • Art Hop

      • ACGK on Twitter