Music on the Mountain is an annual concert series hosted by The Homestead in Glen Arbor. The event combines Northern Michigan music with the beauty of the outdoors. All performances take place in the amphitheater on top of Bay Mountain, where you can sight breathtaking views of Sleeping Bear Dunes, Lake Michigan, and Glen Lake. This years’ series kicked off on June 23 with Peter, Paul & Mary Remembered, a tribute to one of the best folk groups of the 1960s.

Peter, Paul & Mary Remembered features Lawrence “Doc” Probes, Donna Lea Wilson, Jim Hawley, and bassist Dave Swan. Together, the group acts the part of the original trio, down to imitating the arrangements of their classic songs. Fans of Peter, Paul & Mary will be enthused to hear the group’s biggest hits performed live, including “Puff, the Magic Dragon;” “If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song);” and “Blowin’ in the Wind.”

The concert went from 7 to 9 p.m. on June 23, with a 15-minute intermission starting at 8 p.m. Transportation to the amphitheater via chair lift or six-passenger golf cart began at 6 p.m.

Tickets started at $15. The first night of Music on the Mountain was a nostalgic journey complemented by serene views of Northern Michigan.

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