The Mayor thinks the Foote Lagoon in Loveland, Colorado, is one of the best small town outdoor music venues in the state. The lagoon is located at 500 E. 3rd Street, in historic old town. Join the fun at these FREE, Thursday summer evening concerts. Each concerts start at 7 p.m.
June 17 – The Jurrassicasters play classic rock and roll hits from the The Who to Peter Gabriel, plus much, much more. The band has been playing together since 1993. Learn more and hear their music at www.reverbnation.com/thejurassicasters.
June 24 – Kizuma is sure to get the Foote Lagoon audience dancing. This Afro-Caribbean band plays salsa, merengue, zouk, soca, kompa, meren-rap, and other Caribbean rhythms. The 11 band members originate from Columbia, Mexico, The Dominican Republic and the US. Kizuma have played the Denver area for 15 years and won the 1st “Westwards Best Latin Band in Denver” award. Visit them online at www.kizumba.com.
July 1 – Cool Shooz is an award winning a cappella rock and roll band. The five members have been entertaining Denver area crowds for over twenty years. Visit them on the Web at www.coolshooz.com.
July 8 – The Elders are the Mayor’s all-time favorite band. I’ve written about this Kansas City Celtic band here at HeidiTown multiple times. If you haven’t had the pleasure of tapping your toes to The Elders tunes, get to the Foote Lagoon on July 8, or attend the Rocky Mountain Irish Festival in August. Learn more about the band at www.eldersmusic.com.
July 15 – Heidi & the Rhythm Rollers is a band working to keep old fashion jazz and blues alive. Lead vocalist, Heidi Hamill is a native Coloradoan. With locks of flaming red hair and lipstick red lips, Heidi and her Rhythm Rollers are sure to have the lagoon crowd swinging in the aisles. See videos of the band perform at www.heidiandtherhythmrollers.com.
July 22 – Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem features a fiddle, a guitar, a standup bass, a cardboard box and a suitcase bass drum and tin can cymbals. This band tours the country and Loveland is lucky to have them this summer. Listen to their unique sound and meet the band at their Web site, www.raniarbo.com.
July 29 – Brad Fitch & the TropiCowboy Band play original acoustic folk, family and western music. Based out of Estes Park, Colorado, fans have been known to plan their vacations around Brad Fitch’s performances. Learn more about the band online at www.tropicowboy.com.
August 5 – Wendy Woo is a singer/songwriter who grew up in Boulder, Colorado. Woo is a popular independent artist who has release 8 albums under her own record label. She has played everywhere from Red Rocks to Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia. She’s played the Foote Lagoon Concert Series multiple times and Loveland is happy to have her playing once again. Visit Woo’s Web site at www.wendywoo.com.