On each first Friday of every month, check out the diverse musical offerings from Colorado music acts at the Downtown Sessions Concert Series. The Downtown Fort Collins Business Association (DBA) and Bohemian Foundation kicked off the summer music season on June 2 with The Seers and Maxwell Mud as the first performances of the five Friday night concerts set on the Old Town Square Stage from 6-9 p.m.! Each event is free to the public and fun for all ages and features beer service from local breweries and the possible addition of select food vendors. Don’t miss Matt Skinner Band opening up for the Patti Fiasco, local rock and roll lead by the mesmerizing Alysia Kraft, on Friday, July 7. Visit DowntownFortCollins.com for lineup announcements and more!
Don’t throw away those holiday lights when the season’s over – even if they’ve long since stopped working. The copper inside these small lights is a valuable commodity, and Lights for Life, Inc. turns your “junk” into money for the families of children with cancer. Lights for Life is a local non-profit organization that sells items like holiday lights; copper pipe/wire; old laptops and cell phones; printer cartridges; aluminum wheels; […]
On June 24 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the beautiful Gardens on Spring Creek, Crossroads Safehouse will host their Summer BBQ event, featuring acclaimed musician, Liz Barnez. All proceeds will benefit Crossroads Safehouse, a comprehensive domestic violence services agency, which is a Fort Collins-based, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Since 1980, Crossroads Safehouse has helped abused men, women and children by providing safety, shelter, personal assistance, and resources in order to […]
Driftwood with Edison The Downtown Artery brings us a pair of acts not to be missed this summer. Driftwood is a band native to Binghamton, New York, with members from the working town playing music with no limit to genre. Whether it be folk, old-time, punk, or rock, the band plays what they feel, and ultimately their listeners feel it too. “It’s sometimes tough to keep any sort of focus […]