Performances will take place at Presque Isle Bandshell located within Marquette’s breathtaking Presque Isle Park. Peter White Dr. Marquette MI 49855 View website The Upper Peninsula Shakespeare Festival is a classical theatre company based in Marquette. Actors from the U.P. and beyond bring to life timeless plays for a timeless peninsula. They aim to to provide the people of Michigan’s… Read More
218 Iron Street Negaunee, MI 49866 (906) 475-7188 View Website The PAAC is the oldest community theatre in Marquette County. Local actors ranging in age from youth to seasoned performers, present a line up of productions in Negaunee’s historic, century old Vista Theatre.
P.O. Box 406 Hancock, MI 49930 (888) 309-7861 View Website Every summer the festival produces fully staged professional opera, with orchestra and projected English titles. Included are symphony and chamber music, as well as a variety of other concerts.
Northern Michigan University 1401 Presque Isle Ave. Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 227-2082 View Website For tickets click here. The Forest Roberts Theatre has been described as one of the finest university theatres in the country. It accommodates 514 people in a continental seating arrangement with and has its own scene and electrics shops as well as state of the art… Read More
Kaufman Auditorium 611 North Front Street Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 228-0472 Visit Website For Tickets click here. The Orchestra plays four concerts in a season – usually September, November, February and May. Come enjoy the same music the major symphony orchestras might play.
P.O. Box 741 Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 362-6453 Visit Website LSYT is located in Marquette, Michigan and serves the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Open to youth between the ages of 3-18 years, LSYT produces a series of performances each year. These range from full productions at the beautiful Kaufman Auditorium to variety shows and performing as part of other… Read More
270 E Lakeshore Blvd. Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 227-7625 (906) 228-0472 Visit Website Come to our Lakeside Theatre and enjoy several productions, held in a converted boathouse, sitting between the picturesque Marquette Lighthouse and the popular Lower Harbor Park.
217 North Front St Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 228-0472 Visit Website Located in the lower level of the Peter White Library, the Arts & Culture Center hosts musical and lecture series, and regional and national exhibits monthly. The museum offers classes and workshops in various art mediums.
Mattson Lower Harbor Park Marquette, MI 49855 Visit Website The Marquette Area Blues Society (MABS) was born July 4, 2003 during the annual fireworks display in Marquette at the Lower Harbor Park. Founding members Terry Klavitter, April Lindala and Walt Lindala always enjoyed the sights and sounds of what Marquette had to offer, but they continually asked – “Why doesn’t… Read More
Tourist Park Campground Marquette, MI 49855 Visit Website The Hiawatha Festival is the only event of its size and scope in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Each year’s event features traditional-music styles that include bluegrass, old-time, Cajun, Celtic, acoustic blues and folk – including singer/songwriters – and dance. Mainstage acts include nationally known performers as well as regional and local favorites.
501 Euclid St Ishpeming, MI 49849 (906) 486-8680 Facebook Page The Ishpeming Area Historical Society Museum showcases the early life and times of Ishpeming’s citizens. Clubs, businesses, past times, and celebrations are represented. Each year there is a focus display, with the letters and documents of Frederick Brastaad and his daughter for 2012. Also located in our museum is the… Read More