Celebrate northern MI Wine & Food in Leland!
Enjoy tasting local award-winning wines from 12 Leelanau Peninsula wineries & 1 local brewery, delicious specialties from 8 local food vendors while soaking up beautiful views of Lake Michigan and the Manitou Islands from our Leland Harbor venue. Our ‘Come & Go’ re-entry wristbands allow you to explore our beaches, unique shops, galleries and Historic Fishtown, and then return for more festival fun – as often as you like! Scroll to bottom of page for details.
Non-Stop Live Music
2019 line-up of all-day entertainment — Modern country meets roots rock with the Drew Hale Band beginning at noon, then fun-loving Honesty and The Liars take the stage at 3pm, playing great rhythm and blues, classic and rock!
Adult – $20 advance | $30 at event
Includes commemorative glass and two wine tasting tokens!
• Tickets sold the week of the festival are Will Call only
• Additional tokens are $2 each within festival
• Non-alcoholic beverages are available to purchase
• Volunteer – In exchange for admission & wine glass (no taste tokens) Sign-up for a shift! Purchase early to save, ensure entrance w/faster gate line.
Last fall we visited the Leelanau Peninsula of Michigan and left convinced that it is a wine destination that needs to be taken seriously. This spring we committed to embark on another road trip to the area but this time we decided to expand our horizons and visit both the Leelanau and Old Mission P...
On behalf of the Leland Michigan Chamber of Commerce, I would like to thank all the volunteers who shared their time to put on the 34th Annual Leland Wine and Food Festival. I would especially like to recognize Leland Public School for partnering with us once again to help make this festival possible, by providing support as well as volunteers from the Leland Educational Foundation and the Class of 2020. In addition, we thank many volunteers from our Leland community, the Leland Harbor, Leland Township Fire and Rescue and the Leelanau Christian Neighbors. Perfect weather combined with wonderful volunteers made this festival a success.
The Leland Wine and Food Festival is the primary source of funding for the Leland Chamber of Commerce. The proceeds from this event are used for beautification projects such as bridge flowers and trees in town, the Fourth of July parade and fireworks, marketing for our business members, weekly event emails to the community, holiday lighting and much more. In addition, the Chamber is able to make donations to local groups such as the Leland Educational Foundation, Leland Township, the Leland Township Public Library, the The Old Art Building and the Leelanau Christian Neighbors. We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone involved for helping us host a fantastic event!
Jennifer Collins - Leland Chamber of Commerce President
WHAT | Glen Arbor area’s annual celebration, saluting the beginning of summer. A gathering of Michigan micro-breweries, BBQ food and other great small plates from local food purveyors. In addition to craft beer, lots of great drink options, non-alcoholic beverages, and a Wine table! There will be Live Entertainment throughout the event, a dining tent to eat, socialize & enjoy the music. This is a family-friendly event located just a short walk from Lake Michigan and your favorite Glen Lake shops, restaurants, galleries and recreation.
WHERE | At the corner of M-22 and Lake Street, in the center of downtown Glen Arbor, Michigan.
1 – 4:00pm will be great music and prize giveaways by The Brew Crew during their onsite live broadcast of ROCK 105 and THE BEAR 98.1. From 4-8pmThe Rick Hick’s Band returns from Muskegon to provide a flavorful mix of Blues and Motown.
2:30 – 4:30pm | KIDS ACTIVITIES! The Painted Lady Face Art coming for the kids. Other fun kid/adult games/activities will be available, like Corn Hole + more.
4:30 – 5:30pm | What will you win at the LIVE AUCTION???
• Authenticated M-22 Sign • Weber “Summit” S-240 Gas Grill from Northwoods Hardware
• 30 x 40 Photographic Canvas Print by Life on the 45th Parallel Photography • Charter Fishing Trip for 6 from the Sportsman Shop • 2 Night Condo stay at The Homestead • Dining Packages from Blu, La Becasse, and Trattoria Funistrada • Golf, Dine + Stay at The Homestead
• Recreation Package from Crystal River Outfitters • Leelanau Wine Trail Packages
• Pelz full-day Golf Clinic • Ski Lift Tickets for 4 at Bay Mountain • 2 Nights at The Sylvan Inn & Gift Basket
DELICIOUS BBQ & OTHER FARE | Participating local restaurants and purveyors of fine food from:
ADMISSION | Admission is $15 per person, which includes an all-day wrist band and four tickets to use toward the purchase of beverages. Food Vendors will be collecting cash for small or larger plates ranging from $5 to about $8. Children under 12 are FREE, and a reduced rate for youth ages 13-20.
June 30 – July 7, 2018 in beautiful Traverse City, Michigan!
The Grand Traverse region, known for its world-record tart cherry harvest, bursts with visitors eager to savor the flavor of cherries tucked into everything imaginable. Each day Festival goers find cherry delights along with parades, family and kids events and entertainment. In all, there are more than 150 events along the shores of Lake Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bay.
The Festival has been named in USA Todays top ten festivals for several years running.
Here's a video of us performing as the opening act for Everclear at Kalamazoo Ribfest 🙂 I won the battle of the bands that was held by WRKR FM Rock Radio 🙂 My new album drops March 6th , 2020 .Cd release party being held in Washington DC on March 7th at DIVE Bar . www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdGALtyUVog
I just saw Collective Soul last year, and they were great. This is exciting!
Oh awesome God awful 90s music the era that music sucked so bad LOL
Can’t wait. Collective soul was my first concert way back when they came to tc.
at least it’s out of the 80s theme and into the 90s lol
Yay this will be my 4th time.
Jesse Triplett MY HOMETOWN!! I will be there a few days later. Bummer!
Jillian Ritter I don’t think we ever saw an Everclear concert!!!
Makayla Harfert Brett Harfert remember going to this show in Mount Pleasant?
We work with some of the best people!Today is #NationalCherryPieDay and we’re thinking about our great friends and amazing partners at the National Cherry Festival today! We can’t wait to celebrate another *cherryfic* year with them! 🍒 ... See MoreSee Less
The Blue Water Ramblers sing extraordinary folk music- the folk song of Michigan, America and YOUR life. They perform wherever people want to celebrate: Folk festivals and concerts, paddle wheelers and lake ships, in cities and out in the woods, on stages and around campfires, at church gatherings and traditional dances.
The Blue Water Ramblers’ repertoire comes right out of our Michigan life experiences and the history of the Great Lakes region. It includes lake shanties, lumberman ballads, union rallying cries, farmers’ paeans, Michigan humor, ’60s civil rights and protest music, love songs, gospel music and children’s ditties. Everyone agrees that these combine into a versatile repertoire to the delight and entertainment of their audiences. “I think my hero, Woody Guthrie, would approve,” opined Banjo-Jim. “We’re singing the people’s songs about the people’s lives and they can join right in and sing along.”
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door
To purchase tickets, call 231.334.5100 or visit mynorthtickets.com
Music on the Mountain concert series presents The Blue Water Ramblers.
Sunday, July 5th, 2015 on Bay Mountain
Concert: 7pm to 9pm
Transportation and Happy Hour (cash bar): 6pm to 7pm
The Moxie Strings is the electrifying combination of fiddler, Diana Ladio, and electric cellist, Alison Lynn. With their feel-good melodies and foot-stomping, rock-influenced rhythms, these young women have put a fresh, enticing spin on Celtic and Americana music.
Tickets: $15 in advance; $20 at the event. Special ticket packages also available: $39 for your choice of 3 or $55 for all 5 Music on the Mountain concerts.
Call 231.334.5100 to reserve.
Transportation to the top of Bay Mountain begins at 6 p.m.
In the event of inclement weather, concerts will be held inside Mountain Flowers Lodge.
Good friends, a great view, and some incredible live music await you during The Homestead’s 2014 Music on the Mountain Summer Concert Series.