OKEE DOKEE BROTHERS at Midland Center PATRON ALERT:
THE OKEE DOKEE BROTHERS appearance at Midland Center for the Arts, scheduled for Friday, March 13 has been postponed due to travel constraints with the artists. They have also had to postpone their appearance at Chippewa Nature Center on Saturday, March 14 at 10 AM.
We are delighted that the Brothers will return to Midland Center at a later date and we are currently working with the band to get that scheduled. We look forward to musically exploring the great outdoors with you at that time! As soon as we have more information about that appearance, we will let you know.
If you have a ticket to this event, our ticket office will be contacting you directly by phone to move you to the new event or provide a refund.
Explore the great outdoors across the United States without leaving Midland with the Grammy Award-winning Okee Dokee Brothers. Joe and Justin have adventured around the country and written Americana folk music for all ages inspired by their travels along the Mississippi River, up and down the Appalachian Trail, across the desert, and dogsledding through the winter snow.
Recommended for 1st to 6th grade.
The four-time Parents’ Choice Award winners have garnered praise from the likes of NPR’s All Things Considered and USA Today, and have been called “two of family music’s best songwriters.”
Join the Okee Dokee Brothers at Chippewa Nature Center on Saturday, March 14 for an outdoor adventure and a songwriting circle. The event is free; space is limited and pre-registration is required through the Chippewa Nature Center.
Interested in having a Snack Pack waiting for you at the performance? Learn more here!
presales close on Thursday, March 12 at 5 pm
Ticket Holders: Explore how animals live in the winter before the Okee Dokee Brothers performance! Create your own animal print field guide and bird binoculars to use at the Chippewa Nature Center. Don’t forget to hike on over to the AB Dow Museum during your visit! Activities will begin at 5 pm.
Sponsored by The Chippewa Nature Center