Hello! We are Figuring It Out! – a family folk/ bluegrass band made up of Dad and the oldest 6. We love music! Music inspires and motivates. It is a language all its own. It is not a necessity yet it adds so much to life. Music in our daily family life pulls us out of ourselves and draws us together. It teaches us patience and diligence, and it is a wonderful creative outlet. We are richly blessed to have music in our lives, and we are excited to share it with you!
An entertaining group of guys from Grand Rapids with a great rock/indie vibe covering songs from the Beatles through today, and a few originals thrown in the mix!
Cody Pederson-Lead Vocals
Emmett Ward-Rhythm Guitar
Gus Boedigheimer-Bass Guitar
Latin Byers-Lead Guitar
Only $20 per vehicle and tickets must be purchased in advance.
Limited to just 40 vehicles!
In order to experience this concert, your vehicle must be equipped with an FM radio.
THANK YOU TO SPONSOR
Drive-in Concert Rules
If a patron feels sick or has COVID-19 symptoms they must turn around and go home
All patrons must remain in their vehicles
Cars must be parked 6’ from other cars
Only patrons that reside together at home should be in a vehicle together
No more than 10 people per vehicle
Restroom facilities are not available (if there is an emergency, we will allow)
Food and beverage will not be served but food and non-alcoholic beverages can be brought in by patrons
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Remembering Hee Haw Starring Original Cast Members “The Kornfield Friends” With special guest T. Graham Brown
Original cast members Jana Jae, LuLu Roman and T. Graham Brown of the hit country music variety show HEE HAW are hitting the road in 2019 as the Kornfield Friends! Remembering Hee Haw will bring a touch of ‘Kornfield Kounty’ to stages around the US and Canada and will have the audience involved from the beginning to the end. Whether singing, clapping, laughing or crying, this show has something for everyone.
Hee Haw is one of a handful of television programs that have had a profound and lasting influence on American culture with many of its skits today being woven into the American comedic fabric. The hit television show, which continues to air reruns, takes viewers to their happy place in time with some rural culture, fun humor, and great country music
Shaun Boothe is an award-winning hip-hop artist, TEDx speaker and creator of “The Unauthorized Biography Series.” This series is a critically acclaimed musical project that celebrates the world’s greatest cultural icons through biographical rap songs known as “Repackaging History through Hip Hop.” Each chapter of the series captures the legacy of a positive and influential iconic figure in a documentary-style music video. Icons featured in the series include Bob Marley, Muhammad Ali, Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Obama, Bruce Lee, Oprah Winfrey, Tupac Shakur, Terry Fox, Nelson Mandela, Malala Yousafzai and more.
Inspired by the famous Canadian troupe “Cirque du Soleil”, the show is rich in various stage effects using the latest laser technologies, snow cannons, soap bubble tornadoes, theatrical fog, gigantic smoke rings, smoke-filled soap bubble machines, optical illusions and many other surprises. All the performance is enriched by a live video shooting connected to a large LED screen (35 sq. meters – 380 sq. Feet) that acts as a background and allows for better visibility even in the largest of auditoriums. Adults and children alike will enjoy the show, thanks to the high interactivity and audience participation, the extremely visual content (there are no spoken words as all the show is musical) and the different level of interpretations that that will make adults and children smile.
THANK YOU SPONSOR
This engagement is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Crane Group.