Christian music star Jeremy Camp also is among touring artists announced for northern Michigan’s Interlochen Arts Festival this summer. Details at Local Spins.
Darius Rucker, Boz Scaggs, Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, Jeremy Camp and Brothers Osborne will join the roster of national touring artists playing the summer concert series at Interlochen Center for the Arts.
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After earlier announcing that Bonnie Raitt and Air Supply would appear at the 2022 Interlochen Arts Festival, the northern Michigan venue today bolstered its summer lineup with a diverse mix of acts.
On June 20, Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers will bring their eclectic, jam band-oriented instrumental prowess to Interlochen, led by the Grammy Award-winning pianist Hornsby. Ticket prices start at $31.
Country music’s Rucker will play Interlochen on June 25, with singer Tyler Booth opening the show. The Grammy-winning Rucker has released several chart-topping solo country albums since leaving rock’s Hootie & The Blowfish. Tickets are $35 and up.
Award-winning Christian music star Jeremy Camp will appear for the series on July 2. Ticket prices start at $30.
Another acclaimed country act, Brothers Osborne, will grace the Kresge Auditorium stage on July 27 ($35 and up), followed by Boz Scaggs on Aug. 13. The soulful Scaggs, who first made a splash in the 1970s, will be joined by iconic blues guitarist Robert Cray. Tickets for that show start at $35.
Tickets for these five shows go on sale March 25 at interlochen.org/tickets.
More artists will be announced for the summer series in May, according to Simone Silverbush, director of media relations and communications.
Interlochen — located 15 miles southwest of Traverse City — had earlier opened ticket sales for Raitt, who plays the series on July 23 with special guest Chris Smither, and Air Supply, scheduled for July 9. The same goes for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra concert taking place on July 22.
The 2022 Interlochen Arts Festival will feature a full roster of summer performers for the first time since 2019, prior to the COVID pandemic.
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