Awesome lineup in Louisville, CO
Hello Faire family. Little Feat in little ol’ Louisville. Crazy, right? Let’s make it crazy cool. Come ready to have fun, but also come ready to be kind and mellow with your fellow music lovers.
Peace. The Street Faire Staff.
We’re thrilled to have The Samples at The Steinbaugh for the first time! It’s going to be a rock-n-reggae party with local-boy-made-good Sean Kelly and band.
July 1 No Faire
See ya next week!
July 8 A Very Special Evening with Chris and Hazel
Two of Colorado’s most beloved and talented musicians, Hazel Miller and Chris Daniels, have each played the Faire a record six times—join us for lucky seven.
“Americana Without Borders” is how GAT describes their no-limits sound. It’s going to be an evening of amazing musicianship and good jam band vibes at the Steinbaugh.
Pure. Talent. More of that Louisiana vibe that seems to work so well at the Faire—Tab Benoit brings his take on the blues—from deep in his soul directly to Historic Downtown.
They call the Steinbaugh “home.” Join 5000 of your closest friends for a magical evening with Jock Bartley and the timeless tunes of this legendary Boulder band.
If you’ve seen him, you know—if you haven’t—it’s time. Straight from the heart of Texas, Hamilton and band are flat out amazing—taking the Bo Diddley Beat right to your feet. Let’s dance.
Straight from N’awlins and back by popular demand, Marcia and her smokin’ hot band are making their third consecutive appearance at the Faire.
The Street Faire runs 5 to 10pm. Music is 6:30 to 9ish — rain or shine.
There is excellent food, cold drinks, lots of children’s activities, quality arts, crafts, sundries
and, because of our awesome sponsors, this event is FREE!
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Niwot’s FREE Summer Concert Series
Thursday evenings, June 9 – Aug 18, 2011
Whistle Stop Park (corner of 1st and Murray)
Park opens at 5:30 pm
Live music from 6:45 to 8:45 pm.
Food vendors and kid’s activities, as well as a beer/wine/margarita garden.
Come dance with your neighbors next to the tracks.
Produced by Boulder Creek Events in conjunction with the Niwot Cultural Arts Association and the Niwot Business Association.
The concert schedule for 2011:
7 – 9 p.m. | Wednesdays | 1300 Block of Pearl Street | June 15 – August 17
One of the great things about living in Boulder is Bands on the Bricks.
Bands on the Bricks Website 2012
Bricks is Boulder County’s premiere outdoor summer concert series taking place in the heart of the city on the bricks of the one-and-only Pearl Street Mall. A not-to-be-missed summer tradition with 10 weeks of free concerts. Enjoy performances from the best local musicians along the front range while dancing under the stars. Featuring an outdoor beer/wine/margarita garden.
The 2011 Summer Line-up:
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Pros: Historic downtown; Farmers Markets, Running, hiking, biking, outdoor concerts (summer) and skiing
Cons: Technology -heavy economy with a side of Bio Tech
Louisville was founded in 1882 and the iconic buildings give the town a feel of downtowns of long ago. Near Boulder, Colorado. Where you can check out a house in Boulder, Boulder Real Estate or Homes in Louisville. Louisville’s economy is nouveau tech: Technology firms are the area’s mainstay (IBM, Sun Micro, Ball, Level 3, Amgen and more). Not to mention the upcoming ConocoPhillips alternative energy campus in the works. Louisville is only 6 miles from Boulder and 22 from Denver. Outdoor living at its best. Panoramic views of the front range Rocky Mountains abound. Louisville’s 26-mile wooded biking and running path winds through much of the town. On summer Friday nights, residents head to the downtown Louisville Street Faire, for concerts, entertainment, artisans, beer and food. Saturdays head to the farmers market or in July the summer film series. A great place to live with excellent restaurants that have been here forever. Solid deals, nice people, all American type of town.
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