Country music's Kari Lynch Band will perform a free lawn concert and the Rock Café
will be serving picnic favorites during Bulldog Beats and Eats on Tuesday, Sept. 3
at Ferris State University. The event is 6 to 8 p.m. at the South Quad.
The campus and Big Rapids communities are invited to bring blankets or chairs for the free concert event, presented by the Center for Leadership, Activities and Career Services, and the Rock Café. Attendees can enjoy their meal on the lawn during the concert; cost of dinner is $9.25 for off-campus residents.
"It's new, it's something different, and it's a way for everyone to get outdoors and experience some live music," said Amber Kneibel, assistant director of the Center for Leadership, Activities and Career Services. "It's a really relaxed setting and a cool hangout spot for students to come with their friends, get some food and just chill out for the evening."
Bulldog Beats and Eats is one of several events planned during Bulldog Beginnings, a program designed by a committee of representatives from several Ferris organizations to welcome new and returning students to campus. For more information and complete schedule, visit: http://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/studentlife/u-rec/bulldog-beginnings/homepage.htm.
Singer-songwriter Kari Lynch leads the popular Grand Rapids-based band, which has
opened for Miranda Lambert, The Band Perry, Little Big Town, Randy Houser and other
big-name country acts.
To learn more about the Kari Lynch Band, visit: http://www.karilynchband.com/Kari_Lynch_Band/HOME.html.
Last updated: 08-31-2013