Pops at the Pier
Holland Symphony Orchestra and Metropolitan Health/University of Michigan Health present: POPS AT THE PIER with Byron Stripling: Tribute to Louis Armstrong
Pops at the Pier on Thursday, July 29th, will be a rousing evening of music, food, and fun with Holland Symphony and guest Byron Stripling! Stripling's electrifying and heartfelt tribute to Louis Armstrong has become America's most popular orchestral pops program. With his engaging rapport, jazzy vocals and virtuosic trumpet sounds, Byron dazzles audiences wherever he goes. With his signature version of "When the Saints Go Marchin' In" to close the show, Byron celebrates the spirit of New Orleans and always leaves 'em dancing in the aisles. This concert will be sure to include something for all musical tastes and ages. This concert is sponsored by Metropolitan Health/University of Michigan Health. Special thanks for the inkind support of Eldean Shipyard, Waterfront Film Festival, and Anchorage Marina Yacht Club.
Two food trucks from Pigs on the Fly and Orlandos will be at the concert with summer food selections available for sale. Beer, wine, and water are also available for purchase starting at 5:30pm. Holland Concert Jazz Orchestra will begin the show perform for pre-concert enjoyment at 6:00pm. Then the Holland Symphony will take the stage at 7:00pm under the baton of Music Director, Johannes Muller Stosch. Concert details, program and artist bios may be found on the website at www.hollandsymphony.org. We encourage audience members to bring their own chairs, but there will be some available at the shed. Tickets for the show will be $25 adults and $5 students. Tickets are available from the Symphony online, at the door, or by phone 616-796-6780 prior to the concert.
Please support our business partners who have supported this event with interactive logos on the HSO website, www.hollandsymphony.org: Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck, Horizon Bank, Ferris, Busscher & Zwiers, First National Bank of Michigan, Smith Haughey, Rice & Roegge, West Ottawa Music Boosters, Hope Church and Zeeland Print Shop.