MARQUETTE, Mich.—The Northern Nights series at Northern Michigan University, formerly known as the Performing Arts Series, will present seven concerts from various musical genres in 2013-2014. Season tickets offer the equivalent value of one free performance compared with purchasing individual concert tickets. They are available at the Superior Dome or online at www.nmu.edu/tickets and are priced at $32 for students/kids, $80 for NMU employees and seniors 60 and older and $110 for the general public. Individual concert tickets go on sale Monday, July 22, at all NMU EZ Ticket outlets or online.
All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Here is the full season schedule: Alash, throat singers from Tuva, Saturday, Sept. 21, at Forest Roberts Theatre as part of the Uniting Neighbors in the Experience of Diversity (UNITED) Conference; the St. Louis Brass, a blend of classical sounds and humor, Saturday, Oct. 12, in Kaufman Auditorium; BlackMahal, Punjabi funk hip hop, Friday, Oct. 25, in the University Center Great Lakes Rooms; Young Dubliners, a Celtic rock group, Saturday, Nov. 16, in the University Center Great Lakes Rooms; The Holmes Brothers, soulful rhythm and blues, Friday, Feb. 14, in the University Center Great Lakes Rooms as part of Black History Month; Markus Nordenstreng and Tuoma Prättälä, folk rock straight from Finland, Friday, March 21, in Jamrich Hall 102; and Regina Carter’s Southern Comfort, jazz with a Delta soul, Saturday, April 12, in Kaufman Auditorium as part of the NMU Jazz Festival.
For more information, visit www.nmu.edu/northernnights.