Fenton, MI — February 28, 2020
Last night’s Cabin Fever Concert at the Fenton Community & Cultural Center (FCCC) drew a good crowd to see and hear Mike Espy and the Vehicle City All-Stars. Despite the frigid weather outside, the local group warmed up those in attendance with a fun evening of rhythm and blues.
“Attendance has been up for our concerts this year,” said Eric Szczepanski, Cabin Fever concert chair and Fenton Arts & Culture Commission board member. The diverse mix of entertainment has been a plus. The series kicked off with a performance by Kristen & Andrew a musical duo from Livingston county. They present a variety of musical styles from country, rock, and oldies.
If you have never been to a Cabin Fever event, it’s a casual night out with good music and a relaxing coffee house style atmosphere.
At the Mike Espy and the Vehicle City All-Stars performance, light refreshments were served with beer and wine available. Sit and socialize with friends while enjoying the show.
There is one more Cabin Fever event on this year’s schedule. Finvarra’s Wren, an Irish quartet from Detroit, known for their intense dedication to their instruments and west coast Ireland sound. They’ll close out Cabin Fever with a family and kid-friendly concert on March 12 in the FCCC’s main hall. Best of all, it’s free. A great opportunity to enjoy a community-sponsored evening of fun and music.
About the City of Fenton Arts & Culture Commission
The City of Fenton Arts & Culture Commission (FACC) was established by the Fenton City Council to support the initiative and promotion of art and culture in the Fenton community.
Cabin Fever is sponsored by the city of Fenton Downtown Development Authority, Fenton Community and Cultural Center, Fenton Winery & Brewery, The State Bank, and The ACE of Fenton. The FACC is also supported in part by a matching grant from Share Art Genesee which is funded by the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Millage.