This summer, enjoy a variety of music in the cool breezes of the Longmont Museum’s courtyard. This free concert series features five great groups, each playing entertaining and danceable music for young and old alike.
Seating is outdoors on the grass in the Museum’s courtyard. Picnics and lawn chairs are welcome, please leave pets and alcohol at home.
June 25, 6:30 - 8 pm
The Museum's summer concert series kicks off with Colcannon. "Colcannon has developed a distinctive, inventive, and contemporary musical style while still keeping in firm touch with the heart and essence of traditional Irish music.”
Leo Everett and the Clear Creek Cowboys
July 2, 6:30 - 8 pm
Enjoy legendary tales and tunes of the Old West with Leo Everett and the Clear Creek Cowboys. Leo's fine vocals and great yodeling make for a fun and wholesome evening for the family.
Army 101st Dixieland Band “The Rough Riders”
July 9, 6:30 pm - 8 pm
The 101st Army Dixieland Band is one of the Army National Guards’ outstanding ensembles. From ragtime to swing, west coast style to traditional, the Band produces toe-tapping music for young and old alike.
July 23, 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Southern Exposure is a favorite band around here. They play a mix of contemporary bluegrass and traditional tunes, in a fun, lively and upbeat performance that is perfect for a summer evening.
The Low Flying Knobs
August 13, 6:30 pm - 8 pm
The Low Flying Knobs are an all women’s Afro-pop marimba ensemble; playing traditional and contemporary music from Zimbabwe, South Africa and other areas of the African diaspora.