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March on down to the Lyric

      This Tuesday, Nov 14, join the Marching Band, Guerilla Fanfare, at 6 pm in the Old Town Square in Fort Collins. There’s a mile from the center of town to the new location where we’ll celebrate Opening Night at the Lyric.     Live music with the Al Capones and Wes Watkins & Grumpy Uncle will entertain you as you tour the new screening rooms. Check out […]

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David Sedaris Shocks and Astounds

By John Vollinger David Sedaris popped out from the giant, maroon curtains draping the Lincoln Center Stage, and if you looked closely, you could see an energy as vibrant as the bright, red flower ornament on his lapel. Apropos of absolutely nothing—besides, perhaps, of being David Sedaris—he dove into a description of his relentless wish to find what, exactly, people from foreign lands curse at each other on the roads and […]

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Front Country Plays Avo’s 11/10/2017

Front Country is not your average American Roots band. They play progressive bluegrass with an influence of world music, jazz, composition and classical guitar.  Electropop, honky tonk, and soul sounds merge blending a modern sound of the future with the echoes of the past. Front Country plays Avagadro’s number on 11/10/2017 with Eli Slocumb & Friends.  Front Country is : ADAM ROSZKIEWICZ  mandolin, banjo, vocals JACOB GROOPMAN  guitar, Rezo guitar, mandolin, […]

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A Better Home for our Furry Friends—The Larimer Humane Society Showed off Their New Facility

  The Larimer Humane Society, one of the best organizations you can adopt your furry friend from, recently relocated to 3501 E. 71st St. Excited to upgrade from a building in need of many repairs, the organization hosted it’s open house Saturday, Nov. 4 giving a chance to local residents to see the new building. The 27-acre center, centrally located between Fort Collins and Loveland, will be home to a […]

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Graham Good and the Painters @ Hodi’s Half Note – Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017

What a surreal moment to see our name on the marquee at Hodi’s Half Note! We’ve dreamt of this for years! Come witness history in the making as we release our debut EP and headline Hodi’s for the first time! :) Music starts at 9 and we go on around 11. We still have presale tickets available so hit us up for $10 tickets! #historyinthemaking #grahamgoodandthepainters #fortcollins #hodishalfnote #localmusic #coloradomusic […]

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10 Best Breweries to Grab a Beer in Foco

Story and photo by: Veronica Baas   Fort Collins is home to over 20 unique, successful breweries. Some are nationally recognized, and for good reason, but don’t miss out on the hidden gems this college town has to offer. Use our guide to brewery hop and you’ll hit local spots and famous companies alike. 1. New Belgium Brewing Company New Belgium takes number one for a couple reasons. They offer […]

NOW 17 – Hodi’s Half Note

Edison The indie-folk rock trio, Edison, hailing from our own Colorado, will be taking their tour west this month. Edison take on the west coast cities like Salt Lake City, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver, Wray, and Fort Collins, all in their home state. Through their tireless touring efforts, the band has managed to significantly grow their national following, touring with bands like Iron & Wine, Nathaniel Rateliff & The […]

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Donna the Buffalo Took Hodi’s Stage—30 Years of Experience Shows

By: Will Black Photo provided by: Hodi’s Half Note   Donna the Buffalo, which hails from New York and has been touring since 1989, graced the stage at Hodi’s Half Note Thursday. The quintet consists of accordionist/violinist/acoustic guitarist/vocalist Tara Nevins, electric guitarist/vocalist Jeb Puryear, keyboardist David McCracken, bassist Kyle Spark and drummer Mark Raudabaugh. Nevins’ voice, less gravelly than Lucinda Williams’ and earthier than Mary Chapin Carpenter’s, bore the richness […]

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The Catcalls: Succinct and Sultry – A Band With Successful Roots Tear Into FoCo’s Soulful Rock Scene

By: Dan Peacock Photos by: Dan Peacock Sitting down with The Catcalls on the eve of their Halloween weekend concert at Three Four Beer Co., I immediately felt the vibe, the chemistry, and the raw energy of a fresh band thirsty for action and success. Members Riley Ann and Kayleen Patrick share a special connection born out of the Coalition of Women Song Writers– a group of over a hundred and […]

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What To Do This Week —Our Picks for Fun Around Town

By: Ainhoa Palacios Photo by: Seneca Creek Studios   There is never a lack of ridiculously fun things to do around town. Here are Scene’s picks for the week of November 6 through November 12. Tuesday, Nov. 7. Brains & Brews Trivia Night for Crossroads Safehouse @ Odell Brewing Co. Trivia lovers, there is nothing better than getting to play your favorite game while giving to a worthy cause. This […]