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Free Concerts

Night Ranger with opener Naked Gypsy Queens

Night Ranger will take center stage on Friday, August 6thwhen they will perform a free outdoor concert at the Larimer County Fair.

Start time for Naked Gypsy Queens is 8 p.m. Start time for Night Ranger is 9 p.m.

With more than 17 million albums sold worldwide, over 3,500 live performances, and a radio audience that exceeds 1 Billion, Night Ranger has epitomized and transcended the arena rock sound and style well beyond their era. With multiple songs that have significantly impacted popular culture, Night Ranger continues to expand their ever-growing fan base. The band is proof that powerful songs and accomplished musicians are the perfect formula for continued success.

Night Ranger has earned widespread acclaim, including multi-platinum and gold album status while leaving their indelible mark on the music charts with a string of best-selling albums (Dawn Patrol, Midnight Madness, 7 Wishes, Big Life, and Man In Motion). Their popularity is fueled by an impressive string of instantly recognizable hit singles and signature album tracks, including legendary titles such as “Sister Christian,” “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me,” “When You Close Your Eyes,” the anthemic “(You Can Still) Rock In America,” along with “Sentimental Street,” “Goodbye,” “Sing Me Away,” and “Four in the Morning.”

Tyler Rich and Tenille Townes with opener Track45

Saturday, August 7th rising country stars Tyler Rich and Tenille Townes will co-headline a free outdoor concert under the stars.

Start time for Track45 is 7 p.m. Start time for Tyler Rich is 8:15 p.m. Tenille Townes to follow.

Born in Grande Prairie, Alberta, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter, Tenille Townes, earned accolades for her wise-beyond-her-year ballads before moving to Nashville in 2013. After years of taking in sets at the Bluebird Café and pushing herself in writing sessions, she started winning over Music Row with the songs that would eventually shape her acoustic EP, Living Room Worktapes. Each track told a potent story: her buoyant voice soared over love songs like “White Horse” and “Where You Are” with their clever choruses, but “Jersey on the Wall (I’m Just Asking),” in which she questions her faith after a senseless tragedy, and “Somebody’s Daughter,” an empathetic look into the life of a stranger, proved she had the range to write through life’s most difficult challenges.


By the spring of April 2018, Townes was, again, jumping in. Columbia Nashville released Living Room Worktapes by way of introduction. The revamped version of “Somebody’s Daughter” followed as her first single that fall, which quickly reached No. 29 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart. Her amplified sound got the welcome it deserved as she opened for Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, and Dierks Bentley on the road, and she took home four honors at the 2019 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. February 2020 delivered her Road to the Lemonade Stand EP; that served as a first taste of The Lemonade Stand, which Columbia Nashville will release in partnership with RCA Records on June 26. Named for a line from “Somebody’s Daughter,” Townes has savored the gradual build to her full-length debut as it encouraged her to reach new depths in her music while forging a deeper connection with her listeners.


For more information on Tenille Townes, please visit TenilleTownes.com.


Raised in Northern California, Tyler Rich found his love of music gathered around a Christmas tree alongside family singing holiday classics and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Fast forward to graduating college with a degree in Economics, Tyler moved to LA to pursue a different game of numbers – music – exploring various genres with songwriting and bands before taking the leap as a solo artist. His fanbase has grown organically from Sacramento to Nashville, where in 2017, he signed a record deal with The Valory Music Co. and a publishing agreement with Big Machine Music. While introducing his amplified sound and infectious energy coast to coast, the 2018 CMT Listen Up and 2019 Pandora Artist has toured with Brett Young, Justin Moore, LANCO, and Dustin Lynch shared bills alongside Sam Hunt, Brett Eldredge, Cole Swindell, Dan + Shay and more.


Enlisting Tyler as one of their “10 New Country Artists You Need to KnowRolling Stone touts him as “the newest member of country music’s radio-minded incoming class, with a homecoming king’s swagger and a valedictorian’s songwriting smarts.” SiriusXM chart-toppers GOLD-certified single “The Difference” and “Leave Her Wild” set the tone for his debut album TWO THOUSAND MILES, a reference to the distance between Los Angeles and Nashville as both he and his wife, actress Sabina Gadecki chased their dreams and embraced a bi-coastal relationship. While inspiration has been specific, the collection reflects feelings all people have in common – the need for acceptance, devotion, and places to call their own.


For more information on Tyler Rich, please visit TylerRich.com.



Tuesday, August 10th rock and alternative band, iZCALLi will end the Larimer County Fair with a free outdoor concert!

Start time for Izcalli is 9 p.m.

iZCALLi makes the kind of music you leave home to: melancholy folk phrases lashed to driving beats that pin the pedal to the floor — that Molotov of nostalgia and exhilaration, the immigrant song. It’s a feeling iZCALLi — named for the Mexican birthplace of member-siblings Miguel (lead guitar/vocals) and Brenda Avina (bass) and the Nahuatl word for rebirth — knows well. Born on both sides of the border (drummer Luiggy Ramirez hails from Colorado) and formed in the Denver over a decade ago, iZCALLi has, over the course of five LPs and a thousand shows, swigged its evolving sound from both wells of tradition, from Latin-tinged echoes to punching rock to filthy blues, in English and in Español. The result is a loyal flock of fans of every color, from every background, rich or poor. The result iZCALLi, the music of the melting pot, which is deeply American and knows no frontiers, the kind of music that makes you leave home and return. Exhilarating live shows that celebrate tradition and kin, that unite what you find with what you left behind, and open the heart, so you know you are home.


Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts

Join us Sunday, August 8th to jam out with Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts.

Start time for Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts is 9 p.m.

Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts bring forth new energy to music fans who love the heroes and outlaws of old. Influenced by the songs and personalities of legends like Waylon and Willie, they drive their sound with blazing guitars and a rock n roll attitude. The band pays respect to classic styles, but anyone can tell from their overdriven sound that they’re far from traditionalists. Recommended for lovers of both classic country and 70’s rock n roll. Check them out at the main stage! For more information visit their website at https://roughcutsband.com/


Shred the Cowboy

Shred the Cowboy will take center stage, Monday, August 9th for a free concert.

Start time for Shred the Cowboy is 9 p.m.

"Shred the Cowboy" is a popular high-energy six-piece northern Colorado band that plays classic/ modern Country and classic Rock. With both male and fe-mail vocalists, STC plays everything from Merle Haggard and Miranda Lambert to the Rolling Stones and Tom Petty. It's a party all night! Check them out at the main stage! Visit their Facebook for more information https://www.facebook.com/shredthecowboy/