Island Resort & Casino News & Notes: New Menu at Firekeeper’s, Tickets to Top Acts

IRCIsland Resort & Casino News & Notes: New Menu at Firekeeper’s, Tickets to Top Acts

(HARRIS, Michigan) – Blood, Sweat & Tears featuring Bo Bice will perform at the Island Resort and Casino’s Island Showroom, and tickets to the Jan. 29-30 shows are available on a first-come, first-served basis at

Blood, Sweat & Tears created multiple Billboard Top 40 hits including “Spinning Wheel,” “When I Die,” “Go Down Gamblin’,” “God Bless the Child” and “You’ve Made So Very Happy.”

Known as the band that fused rock, blues, pop music, horn arrangements and jazz improvisation into a hybrid that became known as “jazz-rock,” Blood, Sweat & Tears feature excellent musicianship with powerful vocals from singer Bo Bice.

This is just one of several upcoming entertainment options at Island Resort and Casino; check the website frequently to get tickets while they’re still available.

Roitsserie Classics Enhance Firekeeper’s Restaurant Menu

Midwest Rotisserie Classics and regional cuisine highlight the newly added dishes at Firekeeper’s Restaurant, one of the resort casino’s most popular culinary options.

Pulled Pork Pierogies, Great Lakes Perch, Steak Salad Annie, award-winning chili and Signature Rotisserie (chicken, beef, turkey and pork) are some of the many scrumptious options on the new menu.

All rotisserie items are house rubbed with a signature blend of seasonings, served with a choice of two sides and a house salad or cup of soup. Sides include baked potato, mashed red potatoes, steak fries, potato salad, buttered sweet corn, vegetable medley, mac & cheese, baked beans, coleslaw, traditional stuffing and cinnamon apples.

Voted by Midwest Gaming & Travel readers, Firekeeper’s joins other on-site dining venues including 5 Bridges Pub, 5 Bridges Steak & Seafood House, Coral Reef Grille and the new T. McC’s Sports Bar, which offers craft brews, classic appetizers, burgers and specialty wraps.

For more information and to view the new menu, visit or call 877-ISL-SHOW (877-475-7469).

About Island Resort & Casino

Owned and operated by the Hannahville Indian Community, a band of the Potawatomi Nation, Island Resort and Casino is located in the unspoiled beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Boasting more than 1,200 slot machines and 24/7 Vegas-style gaming, the Island Resort & Casino ( offers slot machines, craps, Blackjack, Spanish 21, Three-Card Poker, Let It Ride, Roulette, Bingo and more. The resort’s award-winning poker room features live action as well as a full tournament schedule. The Island hosts top musical headliners from a variety of genres in the intimate, 1,327-seat Island Showroom. Lodging options at the resort include finely appointed guest rooms, 14 elegant suites and a 53-site RV Park, open until Nov. 30 The property is easily accessible via a pair of regional airports in Escanaba and Marquette and is also an easy and scenic four-hour drive from Milwaukee and two hours north of Green Bay.

Designed by Paul Albanese, IRC’s Sweetgrass Golf Club is an award-winning, 18-hole course with historic rescued bridges and a unique collection of greens (Redan, Biarritz, Island and a shared green). The resort’s popular golf package, the Perfect Foursome, starts at $260 per person in spring 2016 and includes a two-night’s stay and three rounds of golf at Sweetgrass, TimberStone and Greywalls. All three are ranked among Golfweek’s “America’s Best Courses You Can Play By State.” Various other package combinations – as short as one-night stay/one round of golf and as long as four-night stay/three rounds of golf – are also available.

Sweetgrass provides a dedicated on-site golf concierge and VIP Room where groups enjoy comfortable living room-style seating, private dinners, gaming tables, beverage service, televisions and direct access to the golf course, pro shop and open fire pit. Sweetgrass will have a companion course that’s of a completely different design and feel. As yet unnamed, it is undergoing construction with a planned 2017 debut.

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