Who's ready for some summer concert fun? I think we're all ready to grab our lawn chairs and head to an outdoor venue where we can sit, relax, and enjoy great music from so many different genres.

One venue that comes to mind is the Frederick Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in beautiful Grand Rapids.

Frederick Meijer Gardens is a 158 acre botanical garden and outdoor sculpture park which is the perfect set up for great summer concerts.

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According to mlive.com:

The concert series, featuring 33 shows, kicks off June 12 with a performance by Marc Cohn and Blind Boys of Alabama, and wraps up Sept. 18 with Foreigner.

One person we're all looking forward to seeing this summer is Sheryl Crow. She's on stage at Meijer Gardens on July 3.

I saw Sheryl Crow at Common Ground several years ago and she put on such a rocking show. She was fantastic!

Another great show coming to Meijer Gardens, ZZ Top on July 7.

Every girl's crazy about a "Sharp Dressed Man" and ZZ Top.

Who's next at Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids? How about the one and only Norah Jones. Norah is such a talented singer and songwriter. Norah performs on July 17.

Norah has an incredible voice!

Are you ready for Rick Springfield with the Grand Rapids Symphony? That will be a great show and you'll be able to see it on July 20.

I went to a Rick Springfield concert at Pine Knob once and it was very good. Of course we all remember Rick from the soap opera days.

Let me tease you with one more concert coming to Meijer Gardens this summer, America, July 27.

America in concert this summer, I love their music!

There are even more great shows coming to Meijer Gardens that you need to check out for yourself. Have a great summer and enjoy all the great music. (mlive.com)

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