Concerts Under the Stars - Bronze Wolf's farewell performance (well, at least for now)

Electronic music continues to rule the stages of our city as more and more acts continue to populate areas clubs, concert venues, and, most recently, WYCE’s Jammies Awards.

On Thursday, Feb. 28, Bronze Wolf joins a list of local music electronic artists who have performed at the Grand Rapid Public Museum’s new-ish and wildly popular Concerts Under the Stars music series held at the Chaffee Planetarium. 

Bronze Wolf (led by Eric Tempelaere) is an exploratory dark-electronic pop project from this much-beloved vocalist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist whose music is transformative. Bronze Wolf music echoes an honest vulnerability and otherworldly dreaminess that will have fans of James Blake want to flock to see this special performance that will feature original visuals from Nate Eizenga.

This performance is the artist’s last performance for a long time as Bronze Wolf is taking time off to focus on writing new music. This news will certainly trigger a sell-out as has been the case for most of these special one-night-only concert events.

You have a lot of options for unique and small-ish entertainment, but an opportunity like this does not come along every day, so please consider attending this special Concerts Under the Stars performance. 

Tickets are $12 for Museum members and $15 for the general public in advance here, and $15 for Museum members and $18 for the general public at the door. Limited tickets are available for this event due to the size of our planetarium.
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