Concerts will help fund new ‘Arts Factory’

Oct. 9, 2014  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.

Plymouth Michigan News


A new ‘factory’ in Canton Township is getting a lot of help from friends.

Local restaurants and merchants, along with one of the most popular bands in the area, have teamed up to raise funds for the development of The Village Arts Factory, a regional visual arts complex stretching across 14 acres, that will provide special programming options. This arts complex will also feature the preservation and rehabilitation of the Henry Ford Village Industry, including the World War II Veteran’s Dormitory and Cherry Hill Factory. Additional details about The Village Arts Factory are available at:

Your Generation in Concert featuring Fifty Amp Fuse, will take to the stage at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill for two performances, at 2 and 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 11 to benefit the Partnership for the Arts and Humanities efforts to fund The Village Arts Factory.

Founded by local rockers Remy Lambert, David Eversole and Billy Kamalay, Your Generation in Concert featuring Fifty Amp Fuse has built up a large following locally by transporting audiences on a musical journey through the sound-track of their lives.

Doors will open for the evening performance at 6:30 p.m., which includes a welcome reception with appetizers from Compari’s on the Park, Karl’s Cabin, La Bistecca Italian Grille, The Post Local Bistro and desserts from Main Street Catering. Every 8 p.m. ticket will also include two complimentary beverages and patrons will receive a gift from Showroom of Elegance and Indigo Salon & Day Spa.

Tickets to the concerts are $30 per person for the 2 p.m. matinee and $75 per person for the 8 p.m. evening performance and reception. Tickets are available at or by calling (734) 394-5460. Additional event details are available at:

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill is located at 50400 Cherry Hill Road in Canton. For more information about the concerts, call (734) 394-5300 or visit can


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