The blues duo Mulebone returns to the Manitou Music Festival (MMF) stage on Sunday, July 15, at 8 pm. Mulebone brings inventive instrumental know-how and expressive blues that evoke the Mississippi Delta to Studio Stage at 6023 S. Lake St. behind Lake Street Studios.

The Glen Arbor Art Association (GAAA) welcomes the Moxie Strings back to the Manitou Music Festival Studio Stage on Sunday, July 23, at 8 p.m. Studio Stage is located behind Lake Street Studios, 6023 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.

Well known to many local jazz enthusiasts, Jeff Haas is heard weekly on Interlochen Public Radio’s “New Jazz Archive” and at other venues that feature his trio, quartet and quintet. The Quintet will perform at the top of Bay Mountain overlooking Sleeping Bear Bay, at The Homestead Resort, on July 22 at 7 p.m. Familiar and new jazz tunes will fill the air as the sun sets over Lake Michigan. Jeff Haas comes from a musical family. His father, pianist Karl Haas, was his first teacher and was well known throughout Michigan.

The 16th annual Dune Climb concert will take place Sunday, July 13 at 7 p.m. Imagine a beautiful summer’s evening at the foot of the Dune Climb in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, hundreds of families enjoying their pre-concert picnics and then a musical program provided by artists of national stature. This is the magical mixture which has filled audiences with warm memories every year since the first Dune Climb concert in 1998. The setting is magnificent and the music is even better. The concert at the Dune Climb is presented annually by the Glen Arbor Art Association and is free to the public. Because of the unique venue and incomparable music it routinely draws an audience of several thousand.

The Homestead Resort invites you to settle in for four evenings of spectacular entertainment and unparalleled views during its summer 2013 Mountain Top Concert series. Guitarist and composer Ron Getz kicks off the series on Thursday, June 27. He has performed with a variety of jazz greats, including Arthur Blythe, Billy Hart, John Scofield, Steve Grossman, Bill Evans, Branford Marsalis and Marvin “Smitty” Smith (from the Jay Leno Tonight Show Band).