Sept. 25 – Downtown Berkley Summer Concert

Sept. 25 – Downtown Berkley Summer Concert

WHAT: The Berkley Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is hosting a pop-up concert series located off of 12 Mile Road. This bi-weekly event will happen three times, once in the end of August and twice during September to close out summer. A table will also be set up for free Downtown Berkley face masks. Space for the event is limited due to COVID-19.

Performing at all three events will be Harmonic Swell & The Bridge of Reverberation, a Classic Rock duo made up for Mike Swantek on piano and Mike Skiba on guitar. Together, they will fill the airwaves in Berkley with everyone’s favorite rock tunes.

WHEN: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 11; and Friday, Sept. 25

WHERE: Downtown Berkley in the Green Space between Clark’s Ice Cream (3312 12 Mile Rd. Berkley, MI 48072) and Odd Fellows Antiques (3248 12 Mile Rd. Berkley, MI 48072).

WHO: Jennifer Finney, Executive Director, Berkley DDA

ABOUT: The Berkley Downtown Development Authority is a community-driven organization striving to enhance the shopping experience, economic vitality and physical appearance of Coolidge Highway and Twelve-Mile Road — Berkley’s traditional commercial Districts.


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