Winter Wheat 2022 Canceled

Winter Wheat 2022 Canceled

It is with deep regret that we announce the cancellation of Winter Wheat for January 2022. The Winter Wheat committee has looked at all possible ways to hold the event and keep everyone safe and healthy; vaccination only, masks required, social distancing, and a combination of these things. Sadly, with the Delta variant being so […] Read more »

2021 Program & Event Changes – Letter from Executive Director

News / Notes

Letter from the Executive Director & Board - changes to programming for 2021. "As we move forward to 2021, our priority remains the same - to do what is best for the safety and well being of our staff, volunteers, performers and community members.  At the Board of Directors meeting on October 13, 2020, the board voted to cancel the following 2021 in-person and virtual events; Winter Wheat, Traditional Arts Weekend and Summer Wheat Music Camp.  Instead, we will be focusing our time and resources on holding a 2021 festival; in whatever form it might be." Read more »

Winter Wheat

The 11th Annual Winter Wheat Tickets are now on sale. Tickets are $25 and are available for purchase by calling the Wheatland Office (989-967-8879), via the The Intersection Box Office or at the door the day of. Online ticket sales coming soon via our online store.      Read more »

8th Annual Winter Wheat

Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI. 12:30pm-Midnight Winter Wheat celebrates local Michigan talent through music and dance. Enjoy nearly twelve hours of music on two stages at The Intersection! Stomp the snow off your shoes with clogging, squares, and Cajun dancing; we’ll even bring the dance floor! With roots running […] Read more »

Winter Wheat Tickets now on sale!

The 8th Annual Winter Wheat will take place Saturday, January 14th from 12:30-Midnight at The Intersection in Grand Rapids. Tickets are now on sale! Follow the link below to order online, or call 989-967-8561 with a debit or credit card.… Have you ever wished that the wonderful Wheatland feeling could last all year long? […] Read more »