Time is Running Out But You Can Still See Jekyll & Hyde the Musical

Broadway’s Gothic musical thriller, Jekyll & Hyde is about Dr. Henry Jekyll who accidentally creates a potion that changes him into a murderous alter ego, Edward Hyde. Jekyll must figure out a way to stop the uncontrollable violent transformations before it results in deadly consequences for his fiancée, Emma, and Lucy, a young woman who has fallen for the doctor. The soaring score features powerful and romantic songs including “This Is The […]


ARC REFRAME for Disability Film Festival Dispels Stereotypes and Spreads Awareness

The ARC of Larimer County’s 8th annual film festival aligns with awareness month to dispel stereotypes about individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The films show people with intellectual disabilities working and being in the community while not being segregated. “It’s important to realize that people with intellectual developmental disabilities want the same thing as everyone else, said Cari Brown, Systems Advocacy Specialist & Communications Coordinator of ARC of Larimer […]


Celebrate Our Shared Poudre River Water Heritage at the 3rd Annual Poudre Pour!

Water from the Poudre River has nourished our region for centuries. Today, the Poudre and other rivers in the West are under exceptional stress due to growing populations, drought, and other demands on our water supplies. The Poudre Heritage Alliance raises awareness about water issues and connects people to their water heritage through a variety of year-round programming and events such as the Poudre Pour.     The Poudre Heritage Alliance […]

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Fort Collins to Bean Town… A Local Musician’s Journey

James Reed caught the music bug at a very young age and started performing during his elementary school’s talent shows when he was nine years old. At the age of 12 he was fortunate to join some other rising musicians in the local Fort Collins scene and started performing all over the region including festivals like on the kid’s stage at New West Fest; the Lincoln Center, Ben & Jerry’s […]

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Get Launched with KCSU

Ready…Set…Get Launched! KCSU and Launch Skatepark have partnered to bring you a concert right in the middle of an indoor skatepark.  Get Launched! 2020 is KCSU’s second annual springtime concert focused on bringing the community together to listen to music in a unique and unconventional space.  The mission of Get Launched! is to give a voice to self-made local bands of Northern Colorado and represent the wide variety of genres […]


Springtime Entertainment and Beer at Prost

By Sean Clancy General Manager, Prost Brewing & Biergarten “Frühling! That’s “springtime” in German, and that time is almost upon us! We at Prost have a slew of exciting events and biers to coincide with what many consider the best season of the year! With a litany of new food trucks peppering our alleyway, our food options are ever-expanding! We’ve had Chief’s Chicken Shack, Atacolypse Now, Lavish Dogs, Bratley Crew, […]


The Musical Intersection: Music Correlates with Achievement in Schools

By Anne Cleary   “There is a connection, hard to explain logically but easy to feel, between achievement in public life and progress in the arts.” –John Fitzgerald Kennedy   This quotation, engraved on the walls of the Kennedy Center River Terrace in Washington DC, states what I believe is a profound truth: Accomplishment in the arts is tied very tightly to accomplishment in most other human endeavors.  And science […]


Aggie Theatre to Host Innovative Sound and Light Series in March

Second of 4 quarterly events – Sunday, March 15th at The Aggie The Sound and Light series is a professionally curated quarterly live music production that will develop artists, mentor industry professionals and provide a platform for our most talented up and coming local artists. The Aggie staff crafted this series of productions in an effort to develop local industry talent and partner with the community to cultivate long term […]