Looking for another festival to go to? How about one where your dog can have just as much fun as you? On August 25th from noon to 9p.m., be in Old Town for the Bark and Bluegrass festival. The goal of Bark and Bluegrass Festival is to have a great afternoon of dog and family friendly fun, while raising awareness and much needed operating funds for the Larimer Humane Society. Included is an amazing line up of bluegrass performers such as Constitution and Emmitt Nershi Band in addition to delicious beer and yummy food. Various pet friendly activities and vendors will be available ensuring fun for all two and four legged participants. Look up barkandbluegrass.com to find more information and ways to get involved.
Denver music bigshots the Flobots recently decided to part ways with the label that made them big (Universal Republic Records), most likely because sales of their second album, Survival Story, didn’t compare to those of their debut album, Fight with Tools. And they’re not alone: Meese split with Atlantic in March (the Meese brothers have launched a brand new band called The Centennial), Single File recently left Reprise Records, […]
Downtown Fort Collins will host the 15th annual Old Town Car Show, Saturday, May 21. Come and experience the world of vintage and custom cars and trucks, street rods, muscle cars, classic motorcycles and much more, while taking in the sights and sounds of Old Town. The event is family friendly and free for all spectators; it will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and will take place throughout […]
Ready for a little fun in the sun, but in need of a carefree way to tour the sites and sounds of downtown Fort Collins? Look no further than the FC Bike Library. Located at 250 North Mason St., the FC Bike Library is a non-profit organization that rents bikes at little to no cost to anyone in need of a hip ride. Just $10 a day will get you […]