Free Broomfield Summer Concert Series
The City and County of Broomfield is excited to announce that the Broomfield Summer Concert Series is back with an exciting variety of diverse music in a new beautiful outdoor setting. The concerts are free to the public.
The Summer Concerts have moved to a new location from the amphitheater to the field on the west side of the Broomfield Library and Auditorium. The field will be open for seating at 5:30 p.m. and will be first-come, first-served. The concert will start at 7 p.m. Parking is available at the Broomfield library parking lot or at the George Di Ciero City and County Building.
Bring a chair and or a picnic blanket and enjoy the live performances of original music in a relaxed atmosphere. Don’t forget to bring your umbrella or shade structure. Shade structure must be taken down when the show starts at 7 p.m. unless you’re along the back of the field.
This year’s Broomfield Summer Concert Series is already underway and features dynamic performances happening every other Wednesday, ending August 18th. An assortment of food trucks will be available throughout the season.
Wednesday, 7 p.m. MST
Location: Outside the Broomfield Library, Map
Broomfield Summer Concert Series Featured Bands
Lionel Young Band – June 23, 7pm
The Lionel Young Band is an internationally known award winning band from the front range of Colorado. In 2011 they won first place in the band category of the International Blues Challenge (IBC), a competition that pitted them in competition with over 120 blues bands from all over the world. Also, Lionel had won the 2008 IBC in the solo/duo division making him the only one in the history of the Challenge to win it in both divisions. The music that this band plays is mostly blues based, but free from categorization except for the hope that our audience finds it to be really good music.
For more information about Lionel Young Band visit their Facebook at Facebook.com/lionelyoungband.
Bowregard – July 7, 7pm
Bowregard has taken the Colorado bluegrass world by storm, winning both the 2019 Telluride Bluegrass Band Contest and the 2018 Ullrgrass Bluegrass Band Contest within a year of forming. Sweet and mournful vocal harmonies join nimble picking and strikingly original songwriting and arrangements that combine old-time music, progressive new acoustic music, and bluegrass into a truly unique sound unlike anything else on the front range of Colorado. Their onstage energy is undeniable, with the band working a single vocal mic to drive the crowd into a whirlwind that fills the dance floor and doesn’t let up until the last note of the night.
For more information about Bowregard visit their website at bowregard.com.
El Javi – July 21, 7pm
North American guitarist El Javi – composer, producer, and performer, defies music genres with his unbound exploration of instrumental music. The Denver-based artist incorporates elements of flamenco, progressive rock, classical, folk, and many forms of world music to shape his compositions.
For more information about El Javi visit his website at eljavi.com.
Leslie Tom – August 4, 7pm
Leslie Tom and her band are an internationally touring band based in Denver. From the first few notes of a Leslie Tom song, you’re instantly taken back to a time when singers like Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn were winning the hearts of music lovers everywhere. But keep listening, and you’ll hear a voice and a sound that is remarkably current, even timeless.
For more information about Leslie Tom, visit her website at leslietommusic.com.
Johnny & The Mongrels – August 18, 7pm
Johnny & The Mongrels is a high-powered, New Orleans-influenced band that is “the perfect combination of a funk filled heart & a deep bayou soul.” Its founders, currently based in Fort Collins, Colorado, are singer/songwriter Johnny Ryan and singer/bassist/songwriter Jeff Bostic.
For more information about Johnny & the Mongrels, visit their website at johnnyandthemongrels.com.
Things To Know
- This is an outdoor event, please bring your own blanket, folding chair and/or picnic blanket, as well as your umbrella or shade structure.
- Fields will be open for seating at 5:30 p.m. and will be first-come, first-served.
- Parking is available at the Broomfield library parking lot or at the George Di Ciero City and County Building.
- An assortment of food trucks will be available throughout the season.
- By being present at any of these events, you willingly and freely authorize the City and County of Broomfield, its staff and volunteers the right to take, edit, exhibit, publish and distribute any and all pictures or videos taken of you to be used in and or for legally promotional materials including newsletters, flyers, posters, brochures, advertisements, fundraising letters, annual reports, press kits and submissions to journalists, websites, social networking sites and other print and digital communications, without payment or any other consideration. This authorization extends to all languages, media, formats, and markets now known or hereafter devised. This authorization shall continue indefinitely unless the City and County of Broomfield otherwise revoke said authorization in writing.
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