‘Music of a Eagles’ takes it to Picnic Pops one some-more time

August 2, 2014 - Picnic Time

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The subsequent to final Picnic Pops unison of a 2014 deteriorate was hold Thursday, Jul 31, as “The Music of a Eagles” was achieved alongside a Grand Rapids Symphony to a throng of 3,210 people.

Terry Brock led a contingent of singers including John Hines and visitor Glenn DeLaune who delivered some of The Eagles biggest hits in harmony. Led by arranger and guest conductor Brent Havens, songs such as “Take it Easy,” “Best of My Love,” and “Hotel California” were partial of a uncover that had people dancing on a hill.

Related: Before Eagles come to Grand Rapids this fall, Grand Rapids Symphony plays ‘Music of a Eagles’ this week

The final opening of a 2014 Picnic Pops deteriorate is tonight. Gates open during 5:30 p.m. during Cannonsburg Ski Area, 6800 Cannonsburg Road NE, for picnicking and pre-concert activities. The unison starts during 7:30 p.m.

Lawn tickets are $24 adults, $22 students and seniors, $10 children ages 2-15; $34 for indifferent chairs, and $49 for indifferent list seats in advance. All tickets are $3 some-more on a day of a show. Tickets accessible during Ticketmaster during 800-982-2787.

More info: Grand Rapids Symphony during 616-454-9451

Todd Chance is a West Michigan Entertainment Concierge for MLive/Grand Rapids Press. Email him during tchance@mlive.com or follow him on Facebook , Twitter, Google Plus

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