2023 Schedule


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For more programming information, please contact Tim Scully, 231-723-7500, moover.TS@gmail.com

This concert series is  presented in cooperation with

The  Village of Baldwin/Wenger Pavilion Committee 

 P.O. Box 99

Baldwin MI  49304


Concerts are held rain or shine.  In case of foul weather, there is plenty of room under the pavilion roof and vehicles can move in closer.  There could be a weather delay if conditions are bad, but in 31 seasons, we have only cancelled once. 

Echo through the Timber - Wednesday Concerts

June 21 Ben Turner Trio - Jazz and blues organ trio with vocalist

June 28 Harper and Midwest Kind - World jazz, blues and roots

July  5 Fremont John Trio - Jazz, acoustics, originals and vocals

July 12 Igor and the Red Elvis's - Rockabilly, surf Ukrainian, Klezmer music

July 19 Mustang Band - Classic rock, country and dance favorites

July 26 Serita's Black Rose - Funk, Rock and soul

August  2 Evidence - Quintet playing hard bop to contemporary Latin sounds

August  9 Sung Lisa Quartet - Jazz and vocals

August 16 Big Bank Nouveau - 17-piece jazz ensemble

August 23 Sturtzs - Serene folk music, powerful vocals, beautiful string harmonies

August 30 General Assembly Big Band - 18-piece orchestra playing big-band favorites

Sounds from the Forest - Saturday Concerts

  June 24 Sunset Groove - Pop, classic rock, rhythm & blues

July 1 Organissimo - Blues, jazz, Latin

July 8 Rodney Whitaker - Renowned bassist and his swinging combo

July 15 Howard Wilson's Salt City AllStars - Edgy blues and rock classics

July 22 Paul Nelson* - Grammy winning Blues rock guitarist and his band

July 29 Planet D Nonet - Multiple award-winning, swinging "little" big band from Detroit

August 5 Metro Soul Band - Motown, rhythm & blues, pop

August 11 Wendall Harrison - Internationally-acclaimed icon of jazz saxophone

August 19 Auntie Kim and the Uneek Soul - an ultimate Soul experience

August 25 Men of Leisure - A great quartet playing an electic mix of pop, soul, blues and rock

Sept. 2 Rusty Wright Blues Band - Texas-style blues, boogie & southern guitar rock

*The Paul Nelson Band will also perform in the Trout-A-Rama parade from 1:00-2:30 p.m.