The Indie Folk Duo returns to South Haven for a late afternoon performance at Martha’s Vineyard Bed and Breakfast (473 N. Blue Star Hwy.)
The Rough & Tumble website
$10 adv tickets available online or at South Haven Center for the Arts. $15 tickets at the event.
@Epiphany Episcopal Church (410 Erie St)
Concert plus some dancing at the end!
$10 advance tickets online/$15 at the door
2018 Riverfront Concert Series
Concerts take place at Riverfront Park on Water Street (south side of the Black River) at 7pm. Some seating is available as well as lawn space. Bring a picnic blanket (and a picnic!) Concerts take place at Huron Street Pavilion in cases of inclement weather.
This is the fourth year that Foundry Hall has partnered with the City of South Haven to book and present the series for the residents and visitors of South Haven! It is our pleasure to produce this series for our community and put a lot of volunteer time and energy into the planning and presentation. If you would like to get involved send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to have you on the team!
Click here for sponsorship levels for 2019
Check out some videos from the 2018 series!
5/24 SHHS Jazz Band jazz
5/31 Turbulence funk rock
6/7 Dave Sharp Worlds Quartet instrumental world music
6/14 Harborfest (no concert)
6/21 Lake Effect Jazz Band big band and contemporary jazz
6/28 Andrew Fisher Quartet soul/jazz
7/5 Zion Lion reggae
7/12 Hannah Rose and the GravesTones blues, soul, rock and roll
7/19 Nessa Trio Celtic fusion
7/26 Jared Knox country
8/2 Kevin McDaniel House Band classic rock and roll
8/9 Blueberry Festival
8/16 Delta Roots Blues blues duo
8/23 Casco Band big band
8/30 Tumbao Bravo Cuban jazz
The 2017 series was brought to you by the following sponsors:
South Haven Community Foundation
Entergy – Palisades
South Haven Visitor’s Bureau
SHOUT for South Haven
Rotary Club of South Haven
Sunny Brook Resort
5/25 South Haven High School Jazz Band
6/1 South Shore Concert Band Big Band Classics (SW Michigan)
6/8 Lipbone Redding One man orchestra (New York City)
6/22 Jen Sygit Trio Americana, Folk Roots, Blues (Lansing)
6/29 Lake Effect Jazz Contemporary and Classic Big Band (SW Mighigan)
7/6 Zion Lion Reggae (Kalamazoo)
7/13 Cabildo Latin Fusion (Grand Rapids)
7/20 Silver Songs (Pam Chappell, Joe Foster, Ron VanLente, Mary Czarnecki) (South Haven)
7/27 Hired Hands acoustic blues, jazz (Kalamazoo)
8/3 Kevin McDaniel House Band oldies and favorites (South Haven)
8/10 Blueberry Festival
8/17 Casco Band Community big band (South Haven, Casco Twp)
8/24 Laura Rain and the Ceasars R&B, soul, blues (Detroit)
8/31 Four Wheel Drive Country (Allegan)
Doug Peterson plays and teaches guitar, piano, accordion, and brass-wind instruments (Tuba, Euphonium, & Trumpet). He also does workshops in theory, composition, and songwriting. Having been classically trained on piano since first grade, he minored in Music Theory and Composition from Western Michigan University, where he also first started playing guitar. Doug has now been teaching private lessons for over sixteen years.
Though his primary influence is classical, Doug performs and writes in several genres: Celtic and folk rock being his two favorites. He has been a part of the Escanaba City Band (a long-standing traditional brass band), Laurie’s Fault (an Irish pub band), and Sweet Geek (an Indie Rock group.) Mostly performing as a solo singer-songwriter, he also has fifteen years’ experience playing as a bard at Renaissance and other festivals. Two years ago, Doug was also featured as a finalist on AMC’s nationally televised talent show, “Showville.” Having completed two albums, one of his Celtic songs, and another of his modern compositions, Doug Peterson has also performed on three other albums with the Celtic band, Laurie’s Fault, and has been featured on the internationally distributed compilation album, “Celtic Dreams”.
Doug believes, first and foremost, that anyone should be able to play and enjoy music. As he is classically trained on piano, Doug tends to emphasize note reading, especially to younger beginning students, He also believes that having a basic sense of notes and theory can be indispensable to anyone. That said, he accepts students of all levels and interests, and will help them learn anything they want in the way they want.
Doug Peterson knows from personal experience that HOW you practice is more important than how much you practice. He likes to challenge his students, making sure they are constantly bettering themselves. Any of his students will tell you that having lessons with Doug is a combination of hard work, and lots of fun and laughter.
Doug teaches Classical, Folk, and Rock, and most enjoys working with beginning and intermediate students