Planning Your Visit
The Lexington Bach Festival is located in the Blue Water area of the Thumb Region, about 80 miles north of Detroit, Michigan. There are numerous Bed and Breakfasts, restaurants, shopping and other attractions nearby.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Lexington Bach Festival offers great music to the residents of The Blue Water region of Michigan and visitors to the area. The Village of Lexington supports the festival through the Lexington Arts Council, and many area residents are deeply involved in the festival as volunteers, audience members and hosts of the musicians.
Where is Lexington, Michigan?
Lexington, Michigan is a charming harbor village located about 80 miles north of Detroit on the shore of Lake Huron. Known as "The First Resort North", Lexington is rich in history, natural beauty, beaches, shops, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, hotels and cottages.
Tell me about the musicians in the festival.
The Lexington Bach Festival Orchestra is comprised of professional musicians drawn primarily from Michigan and Ohio.
Where would I stay in Lexington during the festival?
Go to this page for a list of accommodations.
Lexington is a summer resort town, and the festival is after Labor Day. Will stores and restaurants be open?
Yes. There will be plenty of shopping, restaurants, and attractions available.
Are the performances outdoors or indoors?
Performances of the Lexington Bach Festival are indoors. There are many outdoor events sponsored by the Lexington Arts Council during the summer months. Go here for more information on those.