The Series: Joshua Davis
7354 Horton Bay Road N.
Boyne City, MI 49712
Phone: (231) 582-3784
The Series at Lavender Hill Farm is a live music concert series held in our beautifully renovated, multi-use barn starring some of the best talent from across the United States and beyond. The bands are carefully selected to uniquely represent a wide array of music styles and bring an unexpected variety to Northern Michigan. Guests arrive early and enjoy picnicking with friends on our lawn overlooking fields of lavender. Our venue, built-in 1920, has been skillfully adapted with historical theater seating*, lighting, sound and stage. We hope that you enjoy your time on our farm and welcome you to make The Series at Lavender Hill Farm a summer tradition.
Seating is very limited so act fast. Our shows will sell out.
All shows begin at 7:30 PM. Picnicking welcome before the show.
First come first served general admission seating begins at 6 PM
Bring a CAMP CHAIR. Our traditional theater seating will not be provided this season due to CDC recommendations.
Lawn seats do not have a view of the stage or artists and are for your listening pleasure only. BYO CAMP CHAIR.
SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our boutique, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance within CDC guidelines.
Celebrating Local Musicians
The Series at Lavender Hill Farm celebrates and supports local musicians with short outdoor performances for you to enjoy while picnicking before the show.
Speaking or singing, the voice of Joshua Davis is a disarming instrument weathered and warm, as capable of conjuring confessional intimacy on a global stage as it is of making a small room, well off the beaten path, resonate with startling urgency and power. Couple it with an earnest poetic sensibility, a boundless work ethic, and an uncanny gift for connecting with audiences spanning generations, and it’s no wonder that Davis is now poised at the brink of the sort of widespread recognition that typically passes right over such a humble troubadour.
Over the past twenty years, Michigan-based Davis has honed an impressive range of skills – songwriter, bandleader, guitarist, and vocalist among them – in the most honest possible fashion: night after night, song after song, show after show Davis simply delivered every performance as though his life depended on it. Investing himself in the American musical diaspora, he has explored the common thread connecting folk, blues, jazz, ragtime, and country forms – discovering his personal perspective as a composer in the process.