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Music, Arts, and Culture


Head to the Edgewater Inn in Charlevoix, Michigan!

Charlevoix is so much more than a skiing and boating town – check out the Music, Arts, and Culture! In addition, there are many things to do when it comes to music, arts, and culture in Northern Michigan.
From the famed Charlevoix summer concert series that perform on Thursday evenings all summer on the waterfront of Round Lake, in downtown Charlevoix, to the Great Lakes Center for the Arts in world-class Bay Harbor, and including the many talented performers and musicians who entertain throughout the area.
With so many Charlevoix events going on, it can be overwhelming to choose just one or two, while on vacation.

The Cultural Corridor of Charlevoix, Michigan

We can’t wait to meet you, in Charlevoix! Among the Charlevoix Cultural Corridor’s members are Charlevoix Public Library and Circle of Arts. They want to start a new project together in order to make people more aware of the programs they offer.

The Charlevoix Cultural Corridor, which is right next to downtown Charlevoix on Clinton and State Streets, draws people in with art, literature, music, and history. People in the Charlevoix Cultural Corridor will have a party on Wednesday, July 5, from 5 pm to 8 pm. The party will start with a Pine River Jazz show on the Circle of Arts lawn.

Three Organizations

All three organizations will be open to the public during the event, and you can visit them all. In addition, go to each of these places to see unique exhibits and attractions. There will also be a show about animal artists in the main gallery. The Historical Society will show The Working World, Business, and Industry in Charlevoix. 7 p.m.: The Charlevoix Public Library will have a jazz show.

The Cultural Corridor showcases the best of what Charlevoix has to offer, all within walking distance of downtown.

Let our front desk help you pick what works best for you!

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