MOUNTAIN TOP FESTIVAL IS BACK FOR 2017....join us at Indianhead and Blackjack Resorts in Wakefield, MI, March 17-18!!!
Enjoy the best slopes and the best snow in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the best roots music from the Midwest and beyond, Indianhead's famous Bikini Races, and the best gathering of music lovers around!
TWO premier ski resorts, one ticket, one destination...
Skiable Acres: 410 Trails: 56 Vertical Drop: 638 ft Lifts: 15 lifts and tows Terrain Parks: 3 Average Snowfall: 17 feet! Food & Dining Outlets: 6 Lodging: Hotel & Condos
-- 2017 MUSIC LINEUP -- William Elliott Whitmore Pert' Near Sandstone Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy Joseph Huber Dead Horses Kind Country Julian Davis and The Hay-Burners Them Coulee Boys Dig Deep The LIVER KILLERS Armchair Boogie Feed the Dog Tin Can Gin Feeding Leroy Jeff Shepherd Kiel Grove Scott Kirby Music Phyl and Friends Trevor James Americana Rebel Drew LaPlante & Friends
***Main Stage performances are 21+, wristband required*** **Sky Bar Stage and Blackjack Stage are FREE, all-ages, no wristband required** *Red Dog Saloon stage is all-ages, ski-in/lift-out*
Reservations and lift ticket information available from Indianhead Mountain Resort Call: (906) 229-5181 or 1-800-346-3426
***RESERVE LODGING EARLY! Hotels and condos fill up fast!***
- $40 Weekend wristband - - $25 Single Day wristband -
Don't Be an April Fool... What better way to spend April Fools' Day than with the Michigan Theatre's Andrew Rogers? No wait, that didn't come out right. What better way to celebrate April Fools' Day than by joining friends at the Ironwood Theatre to enjoy Mel Brooks' Silent Movie, accompanied on the Barton Organ by Andrew Rogers? Silent Movie tells the story of a has-been comedy director as he struggles to recruit a group of big Hollywood stars to take part in his comeback project, a modern-day silent movie. Mel Brooks' cameo-filled comedy pays loving tribute to the early days of screen comedy through a succession of silent slapstick sequences. The film will be masterfully accompanied on the Ironwood Theatre's Barton organ by our friend Andrew Rogers, staff organist at Ann Arbor's Michigan Theatre.... See MoreSee Less