Halloween parties galore filled the weekend, including 20 Monroe Live’s wild Monsters Ball, but the week also featured San Fermin, Trey Anastasio, TAUK, Borr McFerrin, Luke Bryan, Ben Folds and more.
The same night that indie-rock collective San Fermin brought the tour behind its fetching new album, “The Cormorant I,” to The Pyramid Scheme, popsters Andy Grammer and Ben Rector lit up 20 Monroe Live not far away in a benefit for Grand Rapids’ Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation.
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That just helped launch another multi-genred week of live music across West Michigan, with pianist Ben Folds in Kalamazoo, country star Luke Bryan finally coming through with his “Farm Tour” stop in Richland, Phish’s Trey Anastasio playing Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater, Kalamazoo’s Borr McFerrin staging an album-release show for “Bottle Makes Three” at Bell’s Brewery Eccentric Cafe, the ever-creepy Halloween fun of Monsters Ball with DJs and much more at 20 Monroe Live, and finally, TAUK and Mungion closing out the weekend at Bell’s Brewery Eccentric Cafe in Kalamazoo — all captured in images at Local Spins.
PHOTO GALLERY: San Fermin, Lisel at The Pyramid Scheme (Grand Rapids)
Photos by Kendra Petersen-Kamp
Photos by Jamie Geysbeek
PHOTO GALLERY: Ben Folds at State Theatre (Kalamazoo)
Photos by Derek Ketchum</strong