LOVELAND, COLO. – June 27, 2019 – The Sounds of Centerra concert series returns to Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra on Friday, July 12 for its twelfth season. 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 will vary from traditional melodies to classic rock to contemporary bands, offering something for everyone. The concerts will be held on the Chapungu Great Lawn from 7 to 9 p.m. every Friday in July and the first Friday in August and are free to the public.

2019 Sounds of Centerra Lineup:
Friday, July 12: ZiMBiRA (Afro-fusion)
ZiMBiRA Afro Fusion Band revels in the traditional & contemporary music of Zimbabwe. The music is grounded in the ancient repertoire of the mbira and the beat of the hosho shaker. It evolves as the beautiful lines are reflected on the guitar and marimba, and other instrumentation of the moment which may include mbira, karimba, guitar, ukelele, bass, marimba, hosho, vocals, hand and kit drums.

Friday, July 19: Soul School (Funk, R&B, Soul)
Soul School features extensive entertainment experience and a vast repertoire of music which includes Golden Oldies, Beach, Motown, Country, Jazz, Rock, Funk, Rhythm and Blues and Contemporary.

Friday, July 26: 6 Million Dollar Band (80s covers)
6 Million Dollar Band is the ultimate 80s experience. Colorado’s premier party band, offering high energy 80s dance hits with concert-level show production, guaranteed to keep the dance floor moving all night long.

Friday, August 2: Wes Urbaniak & The Mountain Folk (Mountain Country, Americana)
Urbaniak’s experimental expressionism puts fire to the gasoline structure of folk music. His songwriting can be thought of as a quilting of life lived, lessons learned, humility sought, and understanding earned through the processes of becoming a steady and thoughtful man. In support of the Mountain Folk music that Wes Urbaniak plays, he has brought on some other stringed talent to help develop the dynamic and the melodic themes for the stories that he delivers. The message he brings with him is a simple one, but an important one: The change in me is the change in you.

This year’s concert series will feature a rotating option of food trucks each week in the north end parking lot of Chapungu Sculpture Park. Each week will include dessert treats from Divine Ice Cream and most weeks will include a coffee truck as well. Chick-fil-A will also be onsite with the Cow and handlers, providing giveaways and coupons.

The 2019 Sounds of Centerra Concert Series is brought to you in part by Townsquare Media, UCHealth and KB Home. 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 or call 970.962.9990.