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2018 Concert Lineup

Plans are well underway for West Shore Bank’s seventh annual Rhythm and Dunes community concert series. West Shore Bank is excited to announce the lineup for this summer’s shows taking place Saturday, July 28 and Saturday, August 4. The headliners are Hollywood U2, a U2 tribute band and Young Guns, a tribute to country music’s superstars. Both free shows are set to take place at the Waterfront Park Pavilion in Downtown Ludington beginning at approximately 6 p.m.

Hollywood U2 brings the look and sound of U2, as well as the band’s true heart, to every performance with precision and excitement. With a set list that spans the band’s entire catalog, they specialize in delivering the iconic Zoo TV and Vertigo tours to U2 fans. Recognized by AXS.TV as one of the world’s greatest tribute bands, the lead singer is the only Bono impersonator to have sung with Bono & U2. Hollywood U2 will be performing on Saturday, July 28. (More information about this band is available at

Young Guns’ tribute to country music superstars tears up the stage with songs from iconic country artists of yesterday and today. The band entertains crowds with songs from bands such as Charlie Daniels Band, Rascal Flatts, Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Big & Rich, Johnny Cash and many more legendary artists. With amazing stage presence, they will have you on your feet and singing along through the entire show.  Young Guns will be performing on Saturday, August 4. (More information about this band is available at

Crowds have grown each year with an estimated 10,000 – 12,000 music fans attending last year’s concerts. West Shore Bank is a leading supporter of cultural and economic development in the community and the concert series positively supports the efforts of the Chamber of Commerce, the Visitor Bureau and local merchants by attracting visitors to the area. Not only does the Rhythm & Dunes events offer a great opportunity for local families to enjoy music and a fun night out, the event raises funds for music programs at local area schools. Last year’s event raised over $12,000.