Listen at Lunch with the Noontime Notes Concert Series in Old Town
There's always something charming and fun about grabbing an afternoon bite to eat in Old Town during the summertime. From sitting outside on one of the many patios basking in the sunshine, to capping off your meal with a frozen treat, Downtown Fort Collins already has a lot to offer, but lunchtime on Tuesday's for the next couple of months just got even hotter.
That's because this week kicked off the Noontime Notes Concert Series, which features live musical performances from a slew of different artists, taking place in the quaint Oak Street Plaza. From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Tuesday through August 9, the public is invited to pull up a chair or bring a blanket to the plaza and spend the afternoon being serenaded by spectacular talent – and the best part is, these lunchtime concerts are completely free! Check out the full summer line-up below:
- June 7 – Moors & McCumber
- June 14 – Cary Morin
- June 21 – The Twirling Zucchini Trio
- June 28 – Liz Barnez
- July 5 – Michael Kirkpatrick
- July 12 – Justin Roth
- July 19 – Mark Sloniker and Colleen Crosson
- July 26 – Elise Wunder
- August 2 – The Seers
- August 9 – Dale Cisek Duo
Not to be confused with Linden Square which is in the heart of Old Town, Oak Street Plaza is located on the west side of College Avenue, in between Blue Agave and the Great Western Bank. For those extra hot summer days, Walrus Ice Cream is conveniently located within just a few feet of where the concerts take place, and there are even shooting fountains of water to keep the kids cool too.