Dennos Museum Center Announces the 2017-2018 Performance Season in Milliken Auditorium

The Dennos Museum Center is pleased to announce the 2017-2018 Dennos Performance Season in Milliken Auditorium.

The Dennos concert series presents a diverse lineup of exciting performances in one of the best concert venues in the region. Our state-of-the-art sound, professional staff, and comfortable seating present an exceptional experience from any seat in the house. The adjoining museum serves as a beautiful and spacious reception area where you can meet the performing artists, or view the current exhibitions in our newly expanded galleries. Please join us this season for outstanding guest performers from around the world.

This season presents a variety of first time performers on the Milliken stage with the likes of jazz/ blues/funk guitarist Paul Brown, the eclectic and sensitive Jonatha Brooke, and bluegrass fiddler Michael Cleveland, and we welcome the return of the ever popular Beausoleil, and the Golden Dragon Acrobats.

The Dennos concert season is supported by The Osterlin Performance Endowment, The Hughes Family Trust, Arts Midwest, and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts. Media support is provided by WNMC and TV 7&4 – 29&8. Housing for performers is provided by the Cambria Suites.

In addition to offering public performances some of the performers will have educational offerings with special concert/workshops for schools. Educators wanting information on these performances should contact Jason Dake, Curator of Education at 231-995-1029.

Tickets may be purchased online at,, and 1-800-836-0717. Tickets are also available at the Milliken box office, 231-995-1553 beginning September 21, 2016. Box office hours are 3-5 PM Wed – Sat.

The Dennos Museum Center is open daily 10 AM – 5 PM, Thursdays until 8 pm and Sundays 1-5 PM. For more information on the Museum and it programs, go to or call 231-995-1055. The Dennos Museum Center is located at 1410 College Drive, Traverse City, MI 49686, at the entrance to the campus of Northwestern Michigan College.