2 Nights of Greensky Bluegrass at
May 14 & 15
Woodlands Nature Reserve proudly presents Greensky Bluegrass. Enjoy 2 shows, on May 14 & 15, with this great bluegrass rock band. These shows are COVID compliant, podded, and socially distanced events. All ticket purchasers are expected to adhere to the event policies as advised by the most up to date recommendations by CDC. Wearing of masks is recommended.
Doors open at 5:00pm and shows start at 7:00pm. The events are outdoors with the beautiful scenery of the forests and lakes of the Woodlands Nature Reserve. Pre-sale available March 31 at 1:00pm, and general on-sale available from April 2 at 1:00pm.
Camping gates open at 5:00pm Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 15.
TIER 1: $450 pod / $112.50 per person
TIER 2: $350 pod / $87.50 per person
TIER 2B: (2 person pod) $150 pod / $75.00 per person
TIER 3: $250 pod / $62.50 per person
TIER 3B: (2 person pod) $100 pod / $50.00 per person
TIER 4: (2 person pod) $80 pod / $40.00 per person
TICKETS DO NOT INCLUDE CAMPING
After 18 years together, up to 175 shows per year, nearly 1,000 different setlists, seven studio albums, and a litany of live releases, Greensky Bluegrass embodies more than just music for members Anders Beck [dobro], Michael Arlen Bont [banjo], Dave Bruzza [guitar], Mike Devol [upright bass], and Paul Hoffman [Mandolin]. Truthfully, it embodies an ironclad creative bond, familial brotherhood, and a lifelong commitment to fans. At this point, it goes without saying the band means everything (and more) to the Kalamazoo, MI bluegrass mavericks.
“There’s this great duality to our band,” reflects Greensky Bluegrass mandolinist, vocalist, and songwriter Paul Hoffman. “We’re existing in a few different places at once: we’re a bluegrass band and a rock band, we’re song-driven and interested in extended improvisation.” “We play acoustic instruments,” adds dobro player Anders Beck, “but we put on a rock’n’roll show.