Centerra Engagement Assembly is proud to present the 14th annual Sounds of Centerra concert series, returning to Chapungu Sculpture Park Fridays in July. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and find a comfortable spot on the Great Lawn to enjoy this year’s line-up from local and regional musicians. The performances this year range from 80s covers to country to rock n’ roll. The concerts will be held on the Chapungu Great Lawn from 7 to 9 p.m. the last four Fridays in July and are free to the public.
2022 Sounds of Centerra Concert Series Lineup
Friday, July 8: Soul School
Friday, July 15: Six Million Dollar Band
Friday, July 22: Narrow Gauge
Friday, July 29: Stone Beat Invasion
Heaven’s Popcorn and Paradice Cream will be onsite offering popcorn and ice cream for purchase. Also don’t miss Chick Fil-A during the pre-show starting at 6:30 p.m. to grab giveaways and a picture with the CFA Cow.
Larimer Humane Society and Big Bones Canine Rescue will be joining the pre-show fun on the Great Lawn as well. Watch for the white Centerra leashes, these special pooches are in search of their forever home!
Sounds of Centerra is brought to you by Centerra Engagement Assembly and is made possible by participating partners such as Townsquare Media, Environmental Designs, Inc. and The Promenade Shops at Centerra. Chapungu Sculpture Park is conveniently located at I-25 and US 34 on the corner of Centerra Parkway and Kendall Parkway just east of Macy’s at The Promenade Shops at Centerra. For more information, visit www.centerra.com/events or email email@example.com.
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