After a loooooong Michigan winter and the delayed signs of spring, we’re sure you are just as excited as we are to start thinking about warm summer nights! The LaFontaine Family Amphitheater, located at 345 W Liberty St, Milford, MI 48381, is the perfect place to enjoy music and more during the Summer Concert Series. Kick off the summer with Mr. Moody on Thursday, June 7, 2018, followed by the Currents Music Festival on Saturday, June 9, 2018.
June 7th – Mr. Moody
Mr. Moody was originally known as “Cloud 9”, the band was formed in 1997. Since the name change they have been rockin ’all over Michigan from Cheboygan, Bad Axe, St. Joseph, Gross Ile, and everywhere in between. Their music is a high energy, “party music” type of band that does everything from Pasty Kline to Poison from Elvis to Metallica.
June 9th- Currents Music Festival 11 A.M.- 11 P.M.
The Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that they are working with Huron Valley State Bank , Downtown Milford, LaFontaine Automotive Group, Americus Coney & Grill, and River’s Edge Brewing Co. to produce the 4th Currents Music Festival. This Festival will feature bands playing original music.
2018 Line Up To Include:
Nina and the Buffalo Riders
The Messenger Birds
Laura Rain & the Ceasars
The Hacky Turtles
Chris Canas Band
Sons of Ditches
The Blue Flowers
Beer tent – 21 and over only
June 14th – Looking Back Bob Seger Tribute Band
Lookin’ Back includes six noteworthy Detroit-area musicians united in our effort to keep the music of Bob Seger performed at its highest level for the legions who profoundly identify with the man’s poetry, energy, and vast catalog of hits spanning five decades. They have continued Bob Seger’s legacy by playing across the country and even in southeast Michigan.
June 21st – Delta Twins
Old school rock, soul, & blues meets modern. Classic covers carefully mixed with outstanding originals. Songs about what is… and what could be. Delta Twins is a four-man blues/rock/soul band that is known around southeast Michigan for their soulful vocals, passionate guitar solos, and poignant original lyrics that explore and celebrate the human condition.
June 28th – Audrey Ray
Country fans love Audrey Ray, a country/rock roots band based out of Highland, MI. Sing along to covers of songs you hear on the radio and enjoy a handful of original songs. This will be the third year Audrey Ray has performed at the LaFontaine Amphitheater and just like band, you’ll be coming back year after year!
July 5th – Dr. Pocket
Dr Pocket, Craig Strain’s horn-driven rhythm and blues monster band, has been wowing audiences in southeastern Michigan for 20 years. The 10-piece band features powerful vocals and equally powerful horns. Dr Pocket plays foot-stomping, dance-worthy songs from such classic bands as Chicago, as well as today’s hits. The young and old turn out in droves to hear and watch Dr Pocket play.
July 12th – 2XL
2XL formed officially in 1984. The band rocks the Metro Detroit area. They have several original CDs and years of opening for major acts such as Eddie Money, The Guess Who, and many more. Come out and experience the powerful Rock & Roll that you know and love.
July 19th – FiftyAmpFuse
A high-energy tribute/cover band, FiftyAmpFuse is a long-running Detroit based act under the direction of the founder, Remy Lambert. The band is a three-time Detroit Music Award winner for Outstanding Tribute Act.
July 19th – Toppermost
Toppermost is proud to claim themselves at the best Beatles tribute band. Why? They perform in five sets of costumes that depict the Beatles career from early to later years, they’re the best voices in the country and only use authentic equipment, and they rule the stage at over 70 shows per year!
August 2nd – Magic Bus
The late sixties were a period of musical and creative energy that has never been equaled before or since. Come and take a psychedelic ride with us. Let Magi Bus recreate the atmosphere for you! Their music will jet you back to the Haight-Ashbury District of San Francisco in 1967. It was a time of true rock and roll as it was meant to be.
We hope to see you dancing your heart out this summer at the LaFontaine Family Amphitheater! We’ll be there with you.