The Taste of Fort Collins is a Northern Colorado Tradition - a community celebration with family-friendly activities that are perfect for a Northern Coloradoan's active lifestyle. Taste of Fort Collins continues to benefit Special Olympics Larimer County and Kiwanis Club International. This three-day festival offers attendees food from local and national restaurants, entertainment from regionally and internationally acclaimed musicians, and an eclectic display of fine artisans work as well as the region's best crafters
Churchill singer/guitarist Tim Bruns and mandolin player Mike Morter have been making folk-infused rock songs with delicate bluegrass flair together since the first day they met. In 2009, Bruns and Morter added bassist Tyler Rima, drummer Joe Richmond, and keyboardist/singer Bethany Kelly to their lineup, a move that vastly expanded their sound and birthed the high-energy alt-country/pop-rock hybrid that is Churchill.
San Francisco-based singer/songwriter Matt Nathanson has built up a loyal fan base through extensive touring. His live shows are stripped-down affairs: half music, half standup comedy, with the humor balancing out the frequently introspective songs. Nathanson has released several independent albums.
A solo project of Aaron Bruno, AWOLNATION began as a creative outlet for the songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Bruno, who had been a member of Home Town Hero and Under the Influence of Giants, needed a break from the collaborative process and hoped to find a place for some of his songs that didn't fit with his other bands.
You can buy your admission at the gate on the day of the show. Arrive early for the best rates!
Special Olympics Colorado provides approximately 100 competitions and training opportunities for more than 11,000 athletes every year. Through the generosity of 6,600 volunteers, several corporations and businesses as well as many donations through individuals, Special Olympics Colorado hosts competitions in 22 sports year-round. Special Olympics Colorado also activates a youth leadership and inclusive program (Project UNIFY) in several elementary, middle and high schools across the state.
What's that area behind the stage that all those people are getting into? What's that, the VIP area? How do I get access? In years prior the VIP/Backstage area was not available to the general public. A limited number of passes are available, so buy early!
Call 877-FC-TASTE (M-F 9AM to 5PM MST) or online.
Includes all of the perks of the Taste of Fort Collins VIP Treatment PLUS: