Enjoy the Holiday

Just a reminder that there will be no Sonic Lunch this week in observance of Independence Day.

We will return to Liberty Plaza next week, Thursday, July 9th with Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers!

Sonic Lunch Moves to the Ark

Good afternoon Sonic Lunch fans!!

Due to the predicted weather, tomorrow’s show (6/25) has been moved to The Ark located at 316 S. Main Street in Ann Arbor. The show will still begin at 11:30am with special guest Absofacto taking the stage, followed by Michelle Chamuel!

We apologize if this has caused any inconvenience.

Martin Bandyke on Michelle Chamuel

Join us on Thursday, June 25 at the special start time of 11:30am for a Bank of Ann Arbor Sonic Lunch concert with Michelle Chamuel and special guest Absofacto.

Runner-up on NBC’s The Voice in 2013, Michelle is a University of Michigan graduate who sang lead vocals in the much-loved Ann Arbor-based band My Dear Disco (later re-named Ella Riot) from 2007 to 2011. Her latest recording as a solo artist is “Face The Fire,” a well-crafted collection of electronic pop songs which perfectly showcases her sensational vocal prowess.

Opening the show is Absofacto, the solo project from former Mason Proper and Hollow & Akimbo leader Jonathan Visger. — Martin Bandyke, ann arbor’s 107one

This Week at Sonic Lunch

We are excited to welcome Michelle Chamuel back to the Sonic Lunch stage this week! The show will begin at 11:30am and will kick-off with Absofacto. Again this week, Liberty Street between S. Fifth and S. Division will be blocked.

The Produce Station will be on-site once again with baguette sandwiches, chips and more!

Be sure to check back here, as well as our Facebook and Twitter, for weather updates throughout the week.

Martin Bandyke on Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas

Please join us at Noon on Thursday, June 18 for a Sonic Lunch performance by the Detroit-based rock band Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, making their first appearance at the free summer music series brought to you by Bank of Ann Arbor.

Reflecting the musical diversity of the Motor City, Jessica & company employ R&B, Latin grooves, Motown, roots rock, and more in their captivating sound. Record label politics delayed the release of the group’s excellent 2014 debut album “Secret Evil” for a good two years, but it was well worth the wait. Assured, eclectic, and adventurous, the album was produced to perfection by Latin Grammy winner Milo Froideval.

Enjoy a set of high-energy rock and roll — Detroit style — when Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas take the Sonic Lunch stage at Liberty Plaza on Thursday, June 18 at Noon. — Martin Bandyke, ann arbor’s 107one