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Only in Fort Collins

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One of many musicians unique to the Fort Collins scene: dACCORDion.

Only in Fort Collins can you expect to find a surprise around every corner. That’s Streetmosphere’s slogan, and we’re sticking to it!

The program just completed its seventh weekend of performances in Old Town, Fort Collins. Despite some bad weather and some smoky air, we couldn’t be more pleased with the performances, the artists, and the crowds that have come out to support Streetmosphere every weekend.

All these feelings of nostalgia prompted the “street team” to dig deeper—to uncover the things about Streetmosphere and Fort Collins that are truly different than anywhere else in the world. It wasn’t difficult to find these things; in fact, the list had grown exponentially after just one day of observation.

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Weekend Spotlight: Half Moon Arts

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Alicia Randall, 17, works on painting her piece entitled 'Dragon'

Bright colors, towering animal faces, and wood chips lined College Avenue this weekend, while as many as 4 artists worked away with Half Moon Arts. The local non-profit, run by Rose Moon, works with at-risk youth, ages 13-21, to create an environment both artistic and imaginative.

The program utilizes the process of making totem poles to inspire the participants. From a log of wood, they carve out a unique world, followed by a heaping amount of colorful paint. Creativity is highly encouraged, helping to promote self-esteem and healing. The work produced by these amazing young people sells through local events, allowing for feelings of accomplishment and success. The organization has been commissioned to make totem poles for many organizations in town as well, such as the Fort Collins Cat Rescue.

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Weekend Spotlight: Carolyn Lauttenbach

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Carolyn LauttenbachUkulele strums could be heard throughout Old Town Square Saturday afternoon, followed by a smooth voice singing the words to Paramore’s “The Only Exception”. This unlikely combination resulted in a unique cover by Florida native, Carolyn Lauttenbach, which had crowd members of all ages nodding, clapping and dancing along. Throughout the rest of the set, Carolyn did a mix of classic and popular covers, as well as original material, occasionally trading the ukulele for an acoustic guitar.

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The Sweet Songs of Elyse Miller

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Elyse Miller

Have you had the chance to check out Elyse Miller performing for Streetmosphere yet? If your answer is no, you’re missing out.

Elyse Miller is one of Streetmosphere’s toughest and most dedicated musical artists. Back in May, she would play her guitar through the night despite icy fingers and the risk of frostbite. Now, seven weeks later, Elyse Miller is still braving the elements. This past weekend she conquered the heat; she tucked herself subtly into the shady space between Moe’s Barbeque and Pueblo Viejo, plugged in her fan, and played for hours.

But Elyse Miller is anything but subtle. On Saturday, her voice drifted through the hot air and attracted the attention of many a passerby. (Fellow Streetmosphere musicians, Peter and the Wolves, even stopped by to listen!) Elyse sang many of her own original songs, including titles like “New Life” and “Paper Doll” but also covered some songs by a wide range of artists, such as Green Day and Tom Petty.

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Warmer Weather Welcomes Streetmosphere!

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Dance Express at Streetmosphere, May 19, 2012

Streetmosphere saw much larger crowds this past weekend due to the warmer weather. For Streetmosphere’s opening weekend, community members and talent had to sit through dreary weather that was in the forties, so it was a joy to see crowds around the performers this past weekend! Streetmosphere was a host to many types of talent from visual artists to musical performers to dance groups.

Dance Express was founded in 1989 by Jane Slusarski-Harris and Mary Elizabeth Lenahan, who continues to direct the troupe. Dance Express is a dance company for persons with and without disabilities, as pictured. The troupe performs over ten times a year at community events, such as church talent shows. Chosen to perform with Streetmosphere, the members of Dance Express danced to many pieces this past Saturday, including group performances and solo performances. Mary Elizabeth Lenahan, the director of Dance Express, also performs with the group and can be seen on the very left hand side of the photo. As one of the members stated at the end of their last dance, Mary Elizabeth Lenahan is “the best teacher ever,” and continues to provide a lasting experience for persons with and without disabilities.

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St. Patrick’s Day in Fort Collins, Colorado

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The Mayor of HeidiTown snowshoeing on St. Patrick's Day

The Mayor of HeidiTown snowshoeing in Fairplay, Coloado on St. Patrick's Day 2008.

St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. I’m not exactly sure why. Despite having Irish roots my family never celebrated St. Pat’s and we aren’t even Catholic. Maybe it has something to do with being a redhead. I’ve always felt as though it’s a holiday dedicated to those of the ginger persuasion.

Maybe it has something to do with my love of Irish music, Irish whiskey, and nearly everything else associated with the Green Isle. Whatever the reason, I really, really love St. Patrick’s Day!

So without further adieu here’s what’s in store for you this St. Patrick’s Day in Fort Collins, Colorado.

The Lucky Joe’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is schedule for Saturday, March 12 at 10 a.m. The parade starts on Walnut Street, turns south on College Avenue then east on Magnolia Street, then north on Remington.

This parade been a popular Fort Collins tradition for two decades, and volunteers make the entire event happen. Crowds of thousands line the streets to cheer on their favorite floats. The St. Patrick’s Day themed floats will be judged by a community panel to determine who wins 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

Other green events will be going on around Northern Colorado as well. On Saturday, March 12, Boomer Music Co. on South Mason is hosting Another Jig Will Do: Celtic Music Workshops with Steve Eulberg. Learn to play the mandolin, mountain and hammered dulcimers and guitar. The workshops are followed by a free Ceilidh, also known as an Irish jam session. For more information call (970) 223-2424.

Also on Saturday the McTeggart Irish Dancers will make a stop at Gulley Greenhouse & Garden Center on South Shields. Watch these high steppers strut their stuff from 2-2:30 p.m.

On St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17, many of Fort Collins’ breweries will be celebrating the holiday with festivities. Check each individual breweries event calendar for more information.

Lots of area restaurants will be featuring corn beef and cabbage on their menus on the 17th, and many area bars will be serving green beer.

If you know of another St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Fort Collins or Northern Colorado, please share it in the comment section.

Check back with HeidiTown.com next Monday for the Mayor’s picks for the Best Places to Celebrate St. Pat’s in Northern Colorado.

-Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer is a writer, journalist and Mayor of www.HeidiTown.com, a blog about festival, events and road trips around Colorado and beyone.

Great Deals During Great Plates!

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For some of us, dining out at a restaurant is a special occasion.  For others, it’s a weekly event.  Whether we eat out rarely or often, we all like to find a deal in the process.  That’s where Great Plates comes in!

Great Plates is organized by the Downtown Business Association in collaboration with 30 participating restaurant members.  From March 1st-14th, participating restaurants will offer unique specials for $25.25.  There are a variety of options to choose from – three course dinners, dinner for two, or dinner for five (five people!) – all for $25.25.  There are even some select ice cream and breakfast specials priced at $2.50.  Really, there’s something for everyone during Great Plates.

As your favorite Fort Collins’ restaurant critic, I’ve visited almost all of these eateries for reviews, and here are a list of some of the menus I’m most excited about.

  • Canyon Chop House three course dinner for one for $25.25:  soup or salad, entree choice of Rocky Mountain trout, prosciutto wrapped Colorado chicken breast, or boneless braised short ribs, with a dessert choice of warm walnut brownie served with Walrus peanut butter ice cream, or house-made sorbets.
  • Stuft – A Burger Bar dinner for four for $25.25:  includes (4) 1/3 pound “stuff your own” cheeseburgers, (4) handcut french fries, (4) New Belgium draft beers or soda.
  • Ingredient breakfast for $2.50: choice of fruit and yogurt parfait, house made doughnut holes or steel cut oatmeal.

Here’s the entire list of restaurants and their Great Plates specials!

The fantastic part about this Fort Collins dining tradition is that not only is it a chance to visit one of the fabulous restaurants we have here in town, it’s an opportunity to help our community members who need a little support.  For the fourth year, the Downtown Business Association is partnering with the Food Bank for Larimer County. $0.25 of each Great Plates dinner special will go towards the Food Bank.  In addition to the $0.25, restaurants will provide other opportunities for dining enthusiasts to donate.

The Food Bank for Larimer County can provide a meal for a member of our community for as little as $0.25, so when you enjoy a meal, you’ll also be giving a meal!

So, go out and savor this delicious Fort Collins food event, and tell us what Great Plates special you’re most excited about!

Post by Kristin Mastre, Fort Collins’ premier food critic and writer of FeastingFortCollins.com

Artsy Fartsy New Years

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Now that the holidays are over it’s time to start thinking about what to do with the kids on New Years Eve. Believe it or not there are several good options promising fun for the entire family in Fort Collins. Why not take advantage of some of the artsy offerings that are available?

The last night of the Natural World Photography Exhibition: Natural World, takes place on December 31st at the Center for Fine Art and Photography. This is a free exhibition. There are over 50 photographs by national and international photographers that may keep your little ones entertained for a few minutes while you can have some time to reflect and think about the larger (and smaller) world. The gallery is located in the Poudre River Arts Center at 400 North College Avenue (970.224.1010). The exhibition is open from 9am to 5pm and parking is free.

Burn off a little energy with some outdoor ice-skating in Old Town Square. Tickets are $2 with $1 skate rentals. The ice skating rink is open from noon to 10pm on New Years Eve.

After that, head to the main event: the 15th annual First Night Fort Collins: Arts of the World. This alcohol free event takes place in Old Town and is sponsored by the Downtown Business Association. The official First Night hours are from 5pm to 11pm, but it seems that most of the action will take place from 6pm to 10:45pm.

First up on the schedule: a Kids New Years countdown starting at 5pm and going to 5:45pm on the steps of the Fort Collins Museum (200 Matthew’s Street) complete with plenty of noise and confetti.

After that, First Night Fort Collins 2011 is promising performing acts, storytelling, interactive craft projects, street performers, international dancing, face painting, bounce houses and much more. This year’s lineup brings entertaining acts like Top Hogs performing pigs (as see on Animal Planet, David Letterman), Fale-West African Drumming and Dance, The Best of the TriMedia Film Festival, and over 100 shows that take place both indoors and out. You will need a map to locate all of the performances/events which should come with your button purchase.  Fireworks top off the evening at 10:30pm.

Unfortunately this is not a free event. Buttons cost ten dollars but kids six and under who are accompanied by a paying adult are free. This event is limited to 3,500 buttons, so try to get a button prior to the day of the event. Buttons are available at King Soopers (various locations in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor) and the Downtown Visitors Center (19 Old Town Square).  Some free parking and free shuttle buses are available so check out the maps before you go.

Dress warmly and be sure to start the New Year having fun!

First Night Fort Collins 2011
Performance Descriptions

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All the World is a Circus
This show uses the circus arts to take you on a performance based tour of the world. Circus arts have a rich tradition and history in cultures all over the world, from jugglers depicted in ancient Egyptian glyphs to the 4,000 year old tradition of Chinese acrobatics, to the contortionists of Mongolia, the Balletic Circus arts of Russia, traveling troupes of performers throughout Europe, Poi twirling amongst the native Maoris of New Zealand, fire spinning in Hawaii, Shamanic “clowns” of the Southwest Indians, on into the modern era of Vaudeville, Barnum and Bailey, Cirque du Soleil, and the current explosion of circus arts
globally. This performance will showcase different skills from different corners of the globe while talking about humanity’s long standing fascination with circus arts. What better way to explore the world than through the kinesis of circus arts.

Amazing Feats of Science
Join Science Matters of Colorado for an interactive science demonstration on the wonders of science. Amazing chemistry and physics experiments presented with everyday materials and equipment demonstrating that “Science really does matter”!

Bennett School of Irish Dance
Irish dancing for the whole family, presented by dancers of all ages. This group will display “Celtic” dance from easy to complex. Classic and modern Irish Dance in beautiful colorful costumes. Audience participation is always a part of their program, so come join in the fun.

Best of the TriMedia Film Festival
Come in from the cold and see the best of the TriMedia Film Festival at both theatres of the Lyric Cinema Café. From great family films, to documentaries, to award-winning short comedies and dramas, there’s something for everyone at First Night! Don’t miss your chance to see some of the best films from the TriMedia Film Festival! Enjoy your passport to the world with films from Australia, Italy, England, and Holland, and films for kids of all ages, not to mention fabulous documentaries, dramas, and comedies, including some by local filmmakers.

Bounce Land Inflatables
Bounce you way to the New Year! These giant inflatables include a huge slide, a castle with a legendary knight guarding it and an obstacle course! Located in the brand new gym of the Aztlan Center and right next to the ballroom with ongoing live performances, and face painting this is a Mecca of activity and fun during First Night. (All shoes must be removed in the gym and on the inflatables of Bounce Land, but make sure to keep on your smile!!)

Bruiser the Ragdog (wandering)
Bruiser the Ragdog meets the people around Old Town Square—Bruiser walks in that mysterious world of the imagination beyond reality and the stars. Is it a real dog? You decide…

Exquisite Brass –World Music Tour
Join the Exquisite Brass Quintet as we take a tour around the world with solo pieces from the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa. In a widely diverse program we’ll showcase every instrument in the ensemble playing a solo work accompanied by the rest of the quintet. There’s something here for everyone with folk songs, jazz music and classical hits. Combine the music with the unique sense of humor from the members of the group – and you’re sure to have a wonderful time.

Face Painting
Make sure to adorn your face with the perfect First Night treat, face painting! Magical creatures, legendary designs, fairy masks, and much more are available tonight. Make one of the beautiful and lightning fast face paintings of Smilen’ Faces yours on First Night at the Mountain View Church (downstairs) and at the Aztlan Center Classrooms. Or head tothe Masonic Events Center for wonderful faces by the folks at The Best Face Painter!

Fale African Drum & Dance
Come on a dynamic cultural journey of traditional African drumming, dancing and fun! Through traditional dance and powerful drumming you can travel with the performers of Fale to a warm fishing village in Ghana, to Guinea for a coming of age ceremony, and on to Mali. Experience traditional performances that expose and bring community together through exciting energetic music and dance!

Fireworks – Old Town Square
Enjoy the finale of First Night at the Old Town Square fireworks show. The sparks will be flying and the Fort Collins Pipe Band (bagpipes & drums) will be playing! Ring in 2011 with a bang! Come down on the bus or walk over and enjoy this wonderful show beginning at 10:30pm.

Fort Collins Pipe Band
A favorite of First Night attendees! The Fort Collins Pipe Band features Scottish bagpipe and drum music, Highland dance, and education in Scottish culture, the instruments, dance, and music. Come watch their musical show tonight – Look for them in Old Town Square before the fireworks at 10:20pm.

Gill the Drummer: African Sounds
Drumming is a central part of African culture, used for communication, ritual, and celebration. Experience the drumming of Africa along with stories of the importance of drumming. Educational and fun and “YES” you will dance with them too!

Gob’s O’Phun Irish Music
Gob’s O’Phun are a vocal group accompanied by acoustic instruments (guitar, bodhran, sticks), performing a variety of traditional Irish and Scottish folksongs. The songs tell the stories.These stories have universal themes so they appeal to all cultural backgrounds. Come hear about the history, culture, customs and humor related to these lively and heart felt songs.

Grupo Aztlan Latin Music
A wide variety of Latin genre will be part of the evening with Grupo Aztlan. Come experience the beautiful array of Latin sounds to include: cumbias, boleros, Tex-Mex, and much more!

Grupo Tlaloc Danza Azteca
GRUPO TLALOC Danza Azteca is a non-profit traditional Mexica/Azteca group of Chicano/ Mexicano families and students of all ages dedicated to preserving and nourishing the ancient knowledge of their ancestors. Tlaloc means “He who fertilizes the Earth-liquor of the Earth. He is the rain, which makes things grow”. Watch this show of elaborate feathered headdresses, dancers, drumming, ceremony and Aztec cultural traditions thousands of years old.

Historic Guided Walking Tour
Interesting to all ages, your guide Lynda will tell stories of early Fort Collins residents while strolling past the Old Town areas they inhabited in the 1800’s. Come discover Downtown Fort Collins, rich in wild tales, colorful characters and wonderful old buildings. These walking tours last about forty-five minutes and meet at the Opera Galleria.

Ice Skating
Enjoy the holidays like they did in the olden days, with a beautiful skate outside in the town plaza. The Old Town Ice Skating Rink is only $1 to skate with your First Night button. (Rentals are not included, but are available for $1/person) Rink is located on the north end of Old Town Square and rentals available at the Downtown Information Center. So come enjoy the outdoor rink and take a skate for old time’s sake!

It’s A Small World Show
Welcome to Tin Razzle and Rainy Day Smiles arts of the world! What a small world it is too!! Laura and Erin intend to delight, amuse, and amaze you with a cornucopia of new tricks, stories and surprises, Includes audience participation bits and an amazing new (Little People) disappearing/reappearing box. We will do a little bit from around the world but our main focus will be the wee folk of Ireland. With Leprechauns involved the night will indeed be magical.

Kids’ Countdown
This event kicks off the whole evening at 5:00pm. Confetti will go flying, and the talented Beth Epley will lead the children in song, tell stories, and play interactive music with the children on the museum steps. There will be instruments for the children to play, adding to the festivities and of course the New Year’s Eve March and Madness, a procession through the Museum courtyard.

Magic Around the World
Come enjoy magic with Amazing Dave! Magic Around the World entertains audiences with magic tricks as well as the history of magic and the fact that magic is universal and found in cultures everywhere. Magic from countries including Egypt, France, China and the USA.

Masonic Lodge Event Center
Again this year we very pleased to be able to partner with the Fort Collins Masons in the use of their Masonic Event Center. Be sure to visit their museum where you can learn ancient secrets of the Masons! Also at the Masonic Event Center this year, face painting by Best Face Painter, Debut Theater Company & the Pirate Adventure Comedy Show.

Pirate Adventure Comedy Show
The entire family will enjoy this fun comedy adventure show! Come join in the fun and become part of the show in “A Pirate’s Adventure” were you will encounter sea monsters, mermaids and treasure. Explore this funny, curious world like a pirate of old!
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Art Lab
Wander into Art Lab for our Awesome New Year’s Show! Everitt Merritt- Singer/songwriter. Everitt is a high school student who lives in Fort Collins. He started playing music at a very young age and hasn’t stopped. He is influenced by many genres and musicians, and his original songs reflect that wide range of influences. He will be performing at Art Lab from 6:30 until 10:00.

CoCo Artist Studio
Coco Artist Studio is the newest art destination in Old Town Square. Come experience the working studio of award – winning local artist Coleen Cosner (Coco) who specializes in transforming your favorite photo into a work of art. Portraits, landscapes, or the family pet, stop by today to discuss the possibilities!

Illustrated Light Gallery of Fine Art Photography
The Illustrated Light Gallery of Fine Art Photography features the photography of award winning nature photographer David Clack as well as fine art nature photography from several other states. Come enjoy original artwork on this night of Fort Collins Arts celebration!

Old Firehouse Books
Come see us at the bookstore and enter in a story-telling contest! There will be three judges listening to two rounds of live story-telling from whoever wants to sign up. We’ll begin registering people at 7:30 and start the event at 8pm. For the first round, storytellers may read from a prepared work. The second round, they’ll have to go from memory!

Stuft: a burger bar
Try our Build Your Own Burgers! Tonight offering $1.50 kids burgers .99 fries, and FREE kid’s balloons. Adult Happy Hour is from 3pm-6pm and 9pm through midnight: $1 Slider Burgers

Trimble Court Artisans Co-Op
At Trimble Court Artisans Co-op, exceptional arts and crafts of the region are offered for sale to people who value handcrafted items of the highest quality. Be sure to visit this uniquely Fort Collins gallery in its historical location – home since 1971. Trimble Court Artisans Co-op is open late to celebrate! Artists on duty, we’re right up your alley in Old Town! The night will feature lots of creative endeavors served up with popcorn!

Written by Elisabeth Aron

December 28th, 2010 at 12:29 pm

Old Town Farmer’s Market

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It’s Saturday morning in late summer.  For our family, that means a trip to the Old Town Farmer’s Market.  It is a beautiful cool and sunny morning, perfect for biking to the market.  With recyclable bags in hand (and helmets on heads) we head off.

The market is really at it’s best right now with too many vegetables available to mention them all. Most notable are the ripe plump tomatoes, peaches, apples, pears, mushrooms, corn, squash, chard, and eggplants.

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Some of the more unique items we found on this trip included corn truffles and micro greens. Corn truffle, aka Huitlacoche (aka corn smut), is a fungus that grows naturally on ears of corn. The fungus is considered as a pest to some and gourmet to others. It has an earthy flavor and is commonly used to flavor quesadillas, tamales, soups and other specialty dishes. Micro greens are the young seedlings of familiar mustards, cabbages, radishes, beets, and other greens that are harvested shortly after they sprout. They add a crunchy texture and a spicy burst of flavor to sandwiches, pizzas, salads, or anything else you can imagine putting them on.

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Other items for sale at the market included poultry, beef, yogurt, wine, soap, jewelry, bread, salsa, sweet pickles, flowers, and homemade tamales. I have seen tied dyed T-shirts, plants, aprons, dog treats, honey, and locally made cheese on prior trips.

During our stroll through the market we also experienced a smattering of live music, information about BEET Street events, and information about gardening from expert gardeners. There were some free crafty activities for the kids. We even ran into a few neighbors and were able to compare purchases and chat awhile. For us, it is a weekly community.

After all our cash was gone, we loaded up our sacs and headed back to our bikes already planning the next few meals in our minds. Our menu items this week will include ripe tomatoes with grilled corn and basil infused olive oil, peach cobbler, and home made pizza with sautéed mushrooms, goat cheese, and micro greens.

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If you haven’t yet been to this Farmer’s Market, don’t worry; you have until October 16 to make the trip. I promise, it is worth it.

The Old Town Farmer’s market takes place on Saturday mornings from 8am to 12noon at the Larimer County Courthouse Parking Lot
(200 W. Oak Street). The market is open from June 26 through October 16, 2010.

Written by Elisabeth Aron

September 10th, 2010 at 7:58 am

Taking Local Talent to the Streets: Streetmosphere Auditions Get Underway

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Applications due by 4:00 p.m. today

Have you ever seen someone truly talented and wondered “why wasn’t I born with that gift” or “why don’t I have that amount of discipline?” Saturday was one of those days for me, but it didn’t happen just once – nearly 20 times. I was fortunate enough to watch the first round of Beet Street’s Streetmosphere auditions. I was very impressed by the quality and diversity of the talent.

Bekah Smith auditions for Streetmosphere

Bekah Smith auditions for Streetmosphere

So what is Streetmosphere? This summer, Old Town will be transformed into a scene right out of a European movie. All types of street performers – singers, dancers, jugglers, magicians, comedians – will descend on the streets of Fort Collins to entertain visitors and residents and showcase the rich arts and entertainment culture in this region.

Performers can still submit Streetmosphere applications until 4:00 today and auditions will take place throughout the month of April. Streetmosphere is inspired by busker culture, but (instead of tips) all performers will be paid between $100 and $225 per performance for up to 20 performances.

Liz Masterson and Cinnamon Sue at Streetmosphere auditions

Liz Masterson and Cinnamon Sue at Streetmosphere auditions

On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from June through October, a variety of performers will entertain from at least eight different locations in Old Town. The intention is to create a fun, engaging environment in Old Town, and at the same time, support local artists and entertainers.

WadiRum auditioning at the Armory for Streetmosphere

WadiRum auditions at the Armory for Streetmosphere

If you watch American Idol, you know typically you have to weed through a lot of the bad to get to the good. Not so for these auditions – the talents was top notch. The first round auditions saw a variety of acts including a string quartet, a mime, some solo crooners, unique jugglers, an Irish band, a father and son who harmonize on guitars, a magician and even a local singing legend.

The first audition day was impressive, made even more so by the venue – the recently renovated Armory, which can now be rented for events. The space is wide open, and gorgeous with exposed brick, original wood floors and high ceilings. There are some great pictures of the space on the Lost Fort Collins Blog.

Cheza String Quartet auditions at the Armory

Cheza String Quartet auditions at the Armory

Whether you’re a participating performer or a visitor to Old Town this summer, Streetmosphere is sure to bring even more energy to the community. For a newbie like me, it’s an exciting time to be in Fort Collins. Stay tuned for updates and profiles of the talent selected for Streetmosphere.

Bryan Connolly

Bryan Connolly

The Details

  • Applications are due today by 4:00 p.m.
  • Auditions occur throughout the month of April
  • Talent will be notified of selection by May 7, 2010
  • Performances take place between June 4 and October 17, 2010
  • Compensation: For each performance block (up to 20), performers will be paid $100 solo, $150 duo, $225 trio or larger

For more information: http://beetstreet.org/streetmosphere

Written by TanyaFlynn

March 31st, 2010 at 8:55 am