The Leelanau Community Cultural Center will be hosting Oktoberfest with special guest Cold Tone Harvest on Thursday October 18. Doors will open at 6:30. Brats and dogs from Moon Doggies and Beer and Cider will be available for purchase. Tickets for Oktoberfest are $15 and include snacks (pretzels, slaw, and chips) and are available at MyNorthTickets or call 231-256-2131.
Cold Tone Harvest, from southeast Michigan, formed in late 2008 with the common interest in a honest and historic sound. The music gets you thinking about where you’ve been and where you’re going. Singer songwriter Andrew Sigworth, bassist Ozzie Andrews, drummer/banjo player Brian Williams, and dobro/slide guitarist Tony Pace have come together to deliver songs that pull on emotion and maintain a raw feel. Country-infused melodies and rhythms lace with a lush ambience often reserved for the loneliest of instrumental compositions. Rich and rugged baritone vocals, clearly suited to whiskey songs and heartache anthems, instead turn their howls and growls towards brave and poetic lyric territory rarely found in a common folk or bluegrass outing.
This event is sponsored in part, by the Leelanau Community Cultural Center, The Edmund F and Virginia B Ball Foundation, the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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