Fans of the Earthwork Music collective—and fans of great live music, period—will not want to miss the unique outdoor show slated for this weekend at the Grand Traverse Commons.

Airborne or Aquatic, a "psychedelic roots rock" outfit comprised of Earthwork musicians, will perform outdoors under the iconic water tower on the campus of the Grand Traverse Commons. Airborne or Aquatic includes a varied lineup of Earthwork Music coeds featuring Seth Bernard, "Daisy" May Erlewine, Luke Winslow-King, Dustin Edwards, Jake Robinson and Susan Fawcett, with special guest drummer Steve Harris on loan from the Muskegon band Four Finger Five. The music is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Bring a blanket or a chair; suggested donation for this all-ages show is $5 to $10.

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