Michigan's only professional classical ballet company is preparing to bring a timeless holiday classic to the stage for two consecutive weekends of performances
Take in New Line Cinema’s 2003 holiday comedy "Elf" on the big-screen at DeVos Performance Hall as Grand Rapids Symphony performs John Debney’s whimsical score
The annual Boston Square community tree lighting party draws in a huge crowd.
It's that time of the year again when we give thanks with those around us. So here is a list of four things happening in the Grand Rapids area to add to your Thanksgiving celebration:
On Tuesday, Nov. 21, Grand Rapids residents awakened to a festive greeting.
Looking for something to do this weekend? We recommend the following popular annual events and staged productions:
The Grand Rapids Public Museum will present its GR Stories program in collaboration with the Ebony Road Players on Tuesday, Dec. 12.
GRTV invites community members of all ages to its annual Santa Show on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the historic Wealthy Theatre.
The musical comedy “Aladdin” is coming to DeVos Performance Hall January 16-21, 2024. Presented by Broadway Grand Rapids, tickets for the long-awaited engagement are now on sale.
Attention city dwellers looking for a nearby getaway: Saugatuck has a lot to offer!
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will return to Royce Auditorium on Thursday, November 9 with "Trio's Transformed."
The Annual Douglas "parade for adults" will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.
St. Cecilia Music Center will present folk artist Aimee Mann in concert on Thursday, February 29, 2024 on the Acoustic Café Folk Series.
Whether you're a sports fan, a fan of the horror film genre, or if you just plain love good music you'll find plenty to do in Grand Rapids this weekend.
Holland Community Theatre’s main stage show this Fall is Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein.”
For fans of Violent Femmes only:
Mozart's masterpiece, “Abduction from the Seraglio'' is an enchanting adventure tale that follows a group of Europeans who find themselves in a Turkish harem.
Jabba the Hutt with a captive Princess Leia, skeletons, a mechanical bull ride, inspirational speakers, the entire cast of the Grinch Who Stole Christmas, 200+ CEOs, line dancing.
1. See an orchestra in a brewery– yes, really!!!
Grammy award-winning Rhiannon Giddens has cancelled her show at St. Cecilia Music Center, 24 Ransom Ave NE, tonight, Sept. 19, 2023.