People filled the streets of Old Town this weekend, taking in the various acts that Streemosphere had to offer. The second week of the festival was a successful one, complete with sunshine that brought in swarms of people stopping to witness the action.
On Friday, Staci Tomazewski and her marimba were a definite crowd pleaser. People lined the sidewalk on the corner of Mountain and College to listen to her play, a few kids even joined in and learned a thing or two. Staci’s set created a laidback atmosphere that the audience could not help but respond to. The unique sounds and look of the marimba caused even those passing by to turn their heads, completely enthralled by the performance.
Sunday was also met with a large crowd, especially in Old Town Square where The Consensus Brass filled the air with music. Hundreds stopped by to listen to the band play a mix of familiar tunes, including childhood favorites, like Rubber Ducky. Their upbeat tempo put everyone in a good mood, inspiring even a few children to stop and dance. The Consensus Brass’ cheerful set really displayed the spirit of Streetmosphere; a fun and happy event that helps to bring the community together by highlighting local talent.
Staci Tomazewski and The Consensus Brass were just a few of the many talented acts that graced the streets of Fort Collins this week. With the weather taking a turn for the better, why wouldn’t you want to stop by and see what Streetmosphere has to offer? There are no acts this weekend, but be sure to check back at our website for next week’s schedule and feel free to tell us what you think!