Romulus Michigan Music
Downtown Cheboygan Music Festival is a free two-day event held on the last Friday and Saturday of July, celebrating all kinds of music in the heart of downtown Che Boygan. The annual event will continue to bring nationally renowned artists to the Midwest, performing top-notch music and performing live with some of Michigan's most talented artists. With a variety of venues, food, drinks and music, there will be open air for everyone this summer.
A magical time to celebrate and admire the beautiful styles of bluegrass will be held on August 5 and 6 at Michigan State Fairgrounds. There is live music, beer and wine from local breweries as well as breweries from the Michigan Distributed Brewing Company. For a great evening of music and barbecues, head to Lemon Creek in Berrien Springs on August 8th for the Vintage Blues Bash!
Here you can see new bands and entertainers every week and enjoy great music in the city centre of Cheboygan. You will also experience a wide selection of local craft beer and wine from local breweries, while there is still time for a beer garden with local vendors and food trucks.
The Henry Ford Museum, an ideal attraction for children and adults alike, houses the largest collection of Ford Motor Company memorabilia and artifacts in the world. This will be the first stop on our tour of the Michigan Museum of Natural History, where we will host a live performance by local musicians Joe D'Agostino and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The Romulus Community School District serves and educates children in the city of Romulans and other communities. The district consists of more than 1,000 students in grades from elementary school through 12th grade with a focus on excellence in education, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The city of Romulus on Van Born Road borders the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and the State of Minnesota. The city of Romulans borders Grand Rapids County along with the city of Kalamazoo and its borders on the Detroit River and Van Nuys Road.
Romulus is a western suburb of Metro Detroit and is also considered part of the Downriver collection of communities. Romulus, along with the City of Kalamazoo and the cities of Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, are also considered part of a "downriver" collection community.
The Detroit postcode 48242 is used for Detroit Metropolitan Airport, the county's airport located in Romulus. If you are flying from Detroit, there is a free shuttle service to the airport every day. The Wayne County Airport Authority is based at Detroit International Airport in the East End, north of the city. Romuli is home to the Detroit General Motors plant, the "Romulus Engine," which opened in 1976.
The popular music group "Song of the Lakes" plays in Romulus while letting the glittering waters of Grand Traverse Bay drain away. On Saturday, July 14, guests can attend a free concert in the Great Lakes Music Park.
WEXL co-founders Loyd H. and John A. Brown have put together a small book to celebrate the anniversary of WexL. The self-published book "Romulus Music and the Great Lakes Music Park" is available at the Romulus Public Library.
Jere Brophy came to the University of Michigan and in the fall of 1955 he was determined to play clarinet in the Michigan Marching Band. After leaving the scientific career, he renewed his long love of music and began playing the trumpet again, eventually playing in more than 4 different bands in Michigan, Florida and beyond.
He played drums in the symphony band from 1956 and was a member of the Rose Bowl Band in 1965. He played horn in the University of Michigan Marching Band from 1961 to 1963 and in the Michigan State Marched Band from 1964 to 1965 and was part of a symphony band that toured Russia. During his time in Michigan he also played horn in the U-M Marching Band and Michigan High School Band, first playing the horn as a senior in 1965 and again in 1966.
Doug started collecting marches in Michigan and has amassed a collection that he has borrowed around the world. He attended the homecoming and marched with the Former Band in the Great House, and he collected an impressive collection of marching and marching music from the U-M Marching Orchestra and Michigan State Marching Band, which he borrows from collections around the world. In 2011 he was inducted into the Music Hall of Fame and has performed in a number of concerts for the University of Michigan Orchestra and the Michigan Symphony Orchestra. And in 2012, after playing in two of the greatest college football games of all time, the Rose Bowl and Super Bowl XLVIII, he marched with his former band in both games.