Artists from all over the world will be performing at the Interlochen Center for the Arts. The center announced the lineup for its concert series on Monday.
The lineup ranges from student performances to world-class concerts and plays, including some big names in the art world.
Grammy-award-winning folk singer Loudon Wainwright is kicking off the festival in October.
Following him in the months to come will be dance acts, creative writing, and concerts featuring talent from Interlochen's own Arts Academy.
To top it all off, National Public Radio (NPR) will be hosting its live show, "From the Top", in Corson Auditorium.
The center is confident these concerts will be enjoyable for families of all ages and great for the artistic town of Interlochen.
"I think just inviting people if they haven't experienced Interlochen before--just come out and try something out," said Interlochen Presents Executive Director Christopher Grutis. "A lot of the same artists are coming here that are performing in New York, in LA, in Chicago and we have them right here in Northern Michigan."
Families can look forward to plays, such as "A Christmas Carol" and "Sleeping Beauty" in December. There is even a free event, "Winterlochen", with student performances and activities for the whole family.
Tickets are available for each show online and start at only $10. You can see the full concert lineup and purchase tickets here.