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Face the Music



Live musical performances are part of the art coast experience, and there is no shortage of opportunities to treat your ears while visiting Saugatuck, Douglas, and Fennville. Here we give you the top places to catch free music during the summer season.

Music in the Park

Popular bands play at Wick’s Park Gazebo from 7–9 pm every Wednesday in Saugatuck. Family-friendly and free of charge, bring your lawn chairs and a picnic, and get ready to dance.


Tuesdays in the Park

This concert series happens every other Tuesday at 7 pm throughout the summer in downtown Fennville’s Memorial Park and features a variety of musical genres.


Thursdays at the Felt

This annual summer concert series takes place every Thursday at 7 pm at the Felt Estate. Admission is free with food and beverages available for purchase beginning at 6 pm.

Music in the Vineyards

Enjoy live music amidst the beautiful setting of Fenn Valley Vineyards every Thursday from 5:30–7:30 pm. Admission is free with snacks and wine available for purchase.


Live Music on the Lawn

Spend a weekend evening listening to your favorite current and classic cover songs performed acoustically by talented artists on Borrowed Time’s lawn.

  • The BARge
  • Borrowed Time
  • The Butler Deck
  • Christo’s Roadhouse
  • Crane’s Pie Pantry Restaurant & Winery
  • Guardian Brewing Company
  • Lucy’s Sauggy Dollar Bar
  • Red Dock
  • Salt of the Earth
  • Sand Bar Saloon
  • Saugatuck Brewing Company
  • Saugatuck Center for the Arts
  • Wally’s Bar & Grill
  • Waypost Brewing Co.
  • Wick’s Park Bar & Grille


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