It all starts Thursday, hosted by 5:01 it’s a three day event featuring local musicians. It’s happening in Old Town on Michigan’s riverfront. Not only is there music, but you can also explore Lansing’s River Trail on foot, or bicycle. You can even kayak down the river if you desire. There will be vendors and food from local eateries for you to enjoy in Lansing’s famous Arts district.
The music is being provided by nine Michigan based bands that will perform live in-the-round at the Brenke Fish Ladder. You are invited to dance, and enjoy a brew from The Lansing Brewing Company.
“The Dam Jam has been a community-favorite event for the last several years,” said Christopher Sell, executive director of Lansing 5:01. “We are proud to support some of our favorite Michigan-based bands, local artists, and food vendors. This event helps us showcase the best of Lansing to Lansing’s future.”
Here are the Michigan bands currently scheduled to perform at the Dam Jam:
Mikey Austin and the Soulcial Club
Ben Daniels Band
Two Faced Wilson
And more to be announced soon.
Get there early and secure a good spot for people watching, dancing and music. Grab an adult Beverage, kick back and enjoy the tranquility of Lansing's Old Town. These kinds of cool locally based events are what Old Town is known for. They do lot’s of great events here like Scrapfest and the Blues and Jazz festivals. And there are some great establishments to sit down and have a meal at if the festival faire doesn’t hit the spot.
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