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!
***All photography by Kirsten Cohen*** By: Dawn Duncan The Velveteers are one of the fastest-rising, hippest acts around. The duo have seemingly exploded onto the Colorado rock scene in the past two years, quickly escalating from playing small shows around Boulder and Denver to expanding their market rapidly and going on national and international tours. The accolade they are receiving isn’t hype. This band is the real deal and they play […]
From August 6-16, a nationwide local food gathering will take place via the comfort of your own computer screen. The event will present a combination of online interviews, presentations, and live webinars presenting speakers on the front lines of the local food movement. During this online event, you’ll find activists, practitioners, authors and elders who are gathering to touch on subjects like growing your own food, producing food to feed […]
Southwest Fort Collins has a hotspot for live music at Pappy’s Corner Pub, located at the corner of Horsetooth and Shields. This pleasant and easygoing bar features American pub fare from breakfast to dinner and live music on their spacious patio every Sunday (weather permitting) in summer months. Kicking off at 4 pm Sunday afternoons, Pappy’s features seasoned and beloved acts of the NoCo region and stemming from multiple genres. […]