July 18, August 15, September 5
Gates open @ 4:30 pm
Music starts @ 6:00 pm
ADMISSION: $8 Klehm members, $12 non-members
Concerts are purchased individually. Admission is paid at the gate.
Klehm’s annual summer concert series is back! Enjoy some tunes amid the blooms and blossoms of our Fountain Garden at these Ravinia-style concerts featuring a variety of great musicians.
Woodsong Concert Series Schedule
Sunday, July 18
Raised on Motown records and soul music, American songwriter and powerhouse vocalist Danielle Juhre was born to bring soul to the forefront of today’s pop music. With precise vocal runs, a four and a half octave range, and not a drop of autotune, her vocal capabilities are one in a million. Heavily influenced by Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, and Mark Ronson, Juhre explains how important it is to bare her soul and tell her story with every song she writes.
Elvis to The Beatles with The Neverly Brothers
Sunday, August 15
The Neverly Brothers’ concerts are a tribute to one of the most exciting chapters in music history: the birth, near death and resurrection of rock n’ roll. With their one-of-a-kind, high-energy stage performance, you’ll be led on a guided tour of rock history – complete with vintage wardrobe changes and stories behind their chronological song sequence – as they perform hits by Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Rolling Stones and many more. Fasten your seat belts for an exciting Magical History Tour!
Saturday June Band
Sunday, September 5
Saturday June Band is one of the top acts in the Midwest with a long list of credentials, including Taste of Chicago, Navy Pier, Arlington Racetrack, Ravinia Festival and many more. Saturday June Band plays an eclectic mix of music ranging from today’s hits back thru the 90’s, 80’s, and 70’s, as well as songs from their two original albums, both of which are available on I Tunes and Amazon. The five piece band features Jami Dawn, one of the top vocalists in Chicago, and some of the finest musicianship around, not to mention an intricate array of harmonies.