Lineup for The Gardens on Spring Creek summer concert series revealed
I hope you’re gearing up for a summer filled with live music and lots of fun in northern Colorado.
To add to an already busy lineup of summer events in our area, Spring Creek Gardens in Fort Collins, better known to many as the The gardenswill partner with Lincoln Center to present seven national acts in its first full series of Live at The Gardens summer concerts, according to a press release via the City of Fort Collins.
All performances in the concert series will take place at the Everitt Pavilion in the Gardens with seating on the Great Lawn from June through September, the April 14 press release said.
Who will be performing this year at the Live at The Gardens summer concert series?
According to the April 14 press release, this year’s Live at The Gardens summer concert series will kick off on Saturday, June 18, with performances by:
- Saturday June 18 | Marty Stuart and his fabulous superlatives
- Sunday June 26 | Kamasi Washington
- Saturday July 9 | Chris Botti
- Sunday July 17 | The wood brothers
- Sunday August 7 | Night of the Three Dogs
- Saturday September 17 | Stewart Copeland: The Police Deranged with the Fort Collins Symphony
- Sunday September 25 | Angelique Kidjo
How and when to buy tickets for The Gardens on Spring Creek summer concert series
On Tuesday, April 19, tickets go live for Gardens members and Lincoln Center subscribers only; general public sales will begin Thursday, April 21 at noon.
Official, authentic tickets for the Live at The Gardens Summer Series are only available through the Lincoln Center box office.
Please note that tickets will not be available in person at Gardens on Spring Creek, per the press release.
Tickets can be ordered online anytime after noon on April 21 at LCtix.com.
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