Friday, July 04, 2008


Flobots did a decent job performing "Handlebars" on the Tonight Show last night (if you look for the show online, it's the one with Dustin Hoffman and Gordon Ramsay). They'll be back in CO soon enough for the Mile High Music Festival.

Light rain didn't keep a few hundred people from turning out to hear a free concert by the Colorado Symphony @ City Park, near the Museum of Nature and Science. With the standard fare, including "America the Beautiful," a medley of military tunes (with members of each branch asked to stand during their song _ there was a sailor in uniform in the audience actually), some Sousa ("Stars and Stripes Forever"). They play another free concert Sunday 7/6 at Red Rocks, $10 for parking.

So there's going to be fireworks after the Outlaws lacrosse game at Invesco Field at Mile High tonight, plus after the Rockies game at Coors Field. By the way, the first 10,000 fans tomorrow night, 7/5, get a Matt Holliday bobblehead.

My pick is to go see the fireworks in Vail.

What are you doing this holiday?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

cherry creek arts festival!