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Red Rocks Most Memorable Shows, a perspective
Subscribe to 107.9 The River on Youtube In my recent article about Red Rocks Amphitheater, a spectacular outdoor venue just outside of Denver, Colorado, I wrote that it is celebrating it’s 75th birthday. I covered the general history of this magnificent place to see a concert, and left the co…
Fort Collins’ Mishawaka Summer Pro Tips [VIDEO]
Subscribe to 107.9 The River on Youtube A sure sign of summer is the outdoor concerts at the legendary Mishawaka Amphitheater and restaurant/bar, a small and intimate concert venue nestled on the banks of the Poudre River about 25 miles up the Poudre Canyon Northwest of Fort Collins, Colo. With a co…
Red Rocks 75th Birthday 300 Million Years In The Making [VIDEO]
Subscribe to 107.9 The River on Youtube It’s likely the 1st performance of any kind was by the earliest inhabitants, the Ute Indians who according to legend, lived there since the beginning of time. They ranged from Wyoming in the north to Arizona in the south. The open air amphitheater with …
AC/DC Gives the Broncos a Mile High Salute
Last night was a good one for Mile High music fans. Still reveling from the Broncos epic victory in Super Bowl 50, AC/DC packed the Pepsi Center for what could be the final Denver show of their illustrious career. Like Peyton Manning, they haven’t officially announced their retirement, but th…
Mishawaka Amphitheatre Celebrates 100th Anniversary
Subscribe to 107.9 The River on Youtube gknight80453 100 years ago, Fort Collins music store owner Walter Thompson decided to homestead a patch of ground on the Cache la Poudre River about 15 miles west of Fort Collins, CO. He put in an orchard, a general store, some rental cabins along with a&…

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