The City of Loveland’s free Foote Lagoon Summer Concert series kicks off at 6 pm on Thursday, July 7, 2016 at the Civic Center Park (500 E. Third Street).  New to the 2016 series are kid-friendly events and performances on the Library Stage and a variety of vendor, artisan, and organization booths.

Booths open at 6 pm and will remain open for the duration of the evening event. All events are free to the public, and amphitheater seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Lagoon Stage Concert Schedule:

  • Thursday, July 7: Rock & Pop: Michelle Lambert and FACE Vocal Band
  • Thursday, July 14: Americana Folk & Irish:  Skean Dubh and Liz Barnez
  • Thursday, July 21: Jazz & Funk: Tina Phillips and Zyzzyx
  • Thursday, July 28: Bluegrass & Newgrass: The Blue Canyon Boys and Chain Station
  • Thursday, August 4: Tribute to the Beatles: The Fab 4 (two sets)
  • Thursday, August 11: Broadway to Nashville: The Wild Road Band and Rebecca Folsom

Library Stage Performance Schedule:

  • Thursday, July 7: Storytime by Loveland Library; Ram Pan Band; and Make-a-Craft by the Loveland Museum
  • Thursday, July 14: Bekah Smith, Juggler and Entertainer; Storytime by Loveland Library; Yo-Yo Champion Patrick Canny
  • Thursday, July 21: Lauren and her Performing Pig Oscar; Peter Davison, Juggler and Entertainer
  • Thursday, July 28: Wayne & Wingnut, Comedy Ventriloquist; The Belly Belles (Dancing)
  • Thursday, August 4: Ann Lincoln, Juggler & Entertainer; Storytime by Loveland Library; Make-a-Craft by Loveland Museum
  • Thursday, August 11: Storytime by Loveland Library; Rocky Mountain Puppets; Mysto the Magi (Magic Show)


Library Stage performances and events will run from 6 – 8 pm and will feature 3 – 4 performances and/or activities until 8 pm. Lagoon stage performances will begin at 7 pm and will feature two performances from regionally and nationally-recognized performing artists.

Vendors Wanted

The Cultural Services Department is still accepting applications for vendors, artisans, and organizations wishing to have a booth at the concerts, and discounts are available for non-profit organizations. To learn more about performance or vendor opportunities, contact Bryan Zellmer at (970) 962-2421 or visit