Open Mic Night with host Some of The Parts

Thursday, Jul. 11 | 8:00pm ET (7:00pm CT)

Open Mic

Some Of The Parts is a rock and roll band out of Oak Park, Illinois, covering classic ‘70s through current music that looks back to rock's origins in folk, blues and country music. The band's wide range of artists and exciting song choices always make for a high energy performance. Favorites include The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt, Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, The Black Crowes, The Decembrists, Material Issue, Joan Osborne and lots more.  Some of the Parts is an 8-member band -- 5 men and 3 women -- with a unique ensemble approach. Most members sing and/or play dual instruments on upbeat songs, often with multiple harmony parts adding depth to their repertoire.

Where else in Harbor Country can you go for an evening filled with amazing talent? Come experience Harbor Country’s most exciting array of acts, packed into one night on the fabulous Acorn stage with a state of the art, professional sound system.

Email Sandra@acornlive.org to register.

Free Admission, Donations Encouraged.

Box Office opens at 4pm ET
Starts 8:00pm, doors open 7:00pm

Artistry, Up Close

The intimate, acoustically-rich Acorn environment encourages interaction between the artists and audience.

About The Acorn 

The Acorn brings great known performers and amazing new ones to southwest Michigan.  Located in the historic featherbone factory, The Acorn’s friendly staff and volunteers, and an acoustically rich sound system combine for memorable experiences. We’re located in Three Oaks, Michigan …  just over an hour from downtown Chicago and 30 minutes from South Bend, IN.

The Acorn, a nonprofit organization, annually hosts a singer songwriter competition and a Spectacular Tournament of Playwrights. Our Open Mic nights showcase a variety of strong talent and our educational workshops include songwriting and master classes in performance.

The Acorn’s Mission

To offer a broad range of high-quality arts and education programming that nurtures cultural experience, participation and community engagement among residents and visitors of all ages and enhances the economic vitality of the region.

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