When

Sunday July 23, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM MDT (2:00 pm - Gates open; 2:15 - announcements; 2:30 - music begins)

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Where

Shire CSA
713 E Prospect Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525
  

Please bike in or walk in from Spring Creek Trail or walk in from Parker Street.  

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Contact

Jeff & Kathleen Baumgardner 
FoCo Cafe 
309-368-1659 
info@fococafe.org 
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FoCo Cafe's 2017 Bike-In Music Festival at Shire CSA 

Bike-in for great music, food, and beer at Shire CSA.  Experience the best of Fort Collins in one Sunday afternoon! Gates open at 2:00 pm and the event will happen Sunday, July 23, rain or shine! A limited number of tickets will be sold, so this will be an intimate festival experience. The last four years have sold out, so don't wait too long to get your tickets!

Featuring:

2:30 String band infusing blues, punk, and bluegrass Lois and the Lantern

3:00 Soul folk with Robin Lewis Band

4:15 Fiercely soulful rock from The Patti Fiasco 

5:30 Sari Schorr & The Engine Room - New York Blues Hall of Fame Sari Schorr known for channeling Janis Joplin along with her band The Engine Room featuring Robert Plant’s guitarist Innes Sibun

What to sponsor this event? Get more info!

Want to volunteer at the event? Sign up for a shift on July 23!

Additional event info:

Please Note: Only bicycle and limited handicapped parking is available on the farm. Please bike in or walk in ONLY. The farm's south gate is on the Spring Creek Trail between College and Lemay. Bike parking will be available on the farm with many bike racks.

Tickets are all general admission and you set the price starting at $15. Each ticketed adult may "purchase" a free ticket for a child who is 12 and under. In the past, more than half of the ticket buyers chose to pay it forward!

Available at festival: Beer tokens will be available: $4 for one token - spend one token for each beer. Non-alcoholic beverages will be available from Starbucks at no charge and we'll have water available (please bring a water bottle to reduce waste). Food trucks will be onsite and available to take your food orders - they will accept cash or credit cards. Plus, there will be a live dessert auction, face painting, free onsite bicycle support (assistance with flats and other minor fixes), live festival community art, farm tours, and more. 

What to bring: your tickets, your photo ID, blanket or low chairs for seating, water bottle, sunscreen/hat, camera, and rain gear (just in case - the festival will take place, rain or shine). SMALL coolers with food are welcome, but no outside alcohol or glass is allowed (please note that we will check coolers).

What NOT to bring: Your dog/pet, anything made of glass, alcohol/drugs, weapons, and fireworks. Please remember that this is a bike-in event, so leave your car at home, but do bring your bike lock. Keep in mind that bike parking will be available in a field on the farm, so please bring an appropriate lock. We'll have bike racks for several hundred bikes.


Thanks to our wonderful sponsors who value comunity events

and live music:

               

 

In-Kind Sponsors: