Tuesday, April 16th
1101 Broad Street, St. Joseph
7:00 – 10:00 pm (sign-ups in person at 6:30 pm)
The Box Factory for the Arts exists to support and encourage the arts in all forms and expressions and to provide a space for artists of all levels to share their gifts. Open Mic Nights are the perfect opportunity for that! Each month we welcome folks of all ages to take to our stage and share their talent – be it music, comedy, spoken word, dance… you name it! All are welcome to come out and support artists and the arts.
Sign-ups will be in person and begin at 6:30 pm sharp, with Mike starting off the performances at 7:00. Time slots will be ten minutes each. Come ready to share your talent!
Please keep in mind that the Box Factory for the Arts is a family friendly venue, so we do ask that you keep your performance respectful of all ages.
Admission is FREE for performers and just $5 for audience members (kids 12 and under $1).
About our host:
Incorporating a myriad of genres, including Alt-Country/Blues & Bluegrass/Roots/Folk/Soul and even Reggae, Mike Struwin has forged a truly unique style all his own. Growing up in a small beach town, this Michigan born artist began his musical photosynthesis at the age of thirteen, with the piano. Soon after, he entwined his fingers around his first guitar and found his passion to be laced within its six strings.
As a husband, father and full-time teacher, Mike is a busy man but he always finds time to make some music. Touring the region with intimidating frequency; Struwin plays an average of 120 shows a year with regular performances at The Hard Rock Café (New Buffalo, MI), The Livery (Benton Harbor, MI) and many other fine local breweries and venues.
For more information, contact the Box Factory for the Arts at 269.983.3688 or visit https://boxfactoryforthearts.