The 2020 Loveland Summer Concerts series has been cancelled.

After extensive consideration, the Rialto Theater and the City of Loveland has made the difficult decision to cancel several of their upcoming events including the 2020 Loveland Summer Concerts at the Foote Lagoon, Trailhead Sessions, Kids Summer Movie Club, and Missoula Children’s Theatre.  Ongoing developments to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including state and federal safety measures currently in place, highly affect the Theater’s ability to prepare and safely execute large public gatherings.


Presented by The Rialto Theater & Loveland Public Library.

Join us on Thursday evenings at the Foote Lagoon (500 E. Third Street, Loveland, CO) for great live music, food trucks, family-friendly activities and community.

All concerts are FREE and enjoyable for all ages.

Grab the family and enjoy fun kids’ activities including face painting, art activities, and games. Bring your appetite for dinner or a snack at one of the many food trucks that will be on site each week.

6:30 pm – Kids’ Activities, Plaza Market, and Food Trucks Open
7:00 pm – Concert
8:00 pm – Intermission
9:00 pm – Concert Ends

One of the traditions of this concert series is to put blankets or chairs out early to hold your spot for the show. While we encourage this, please be aware that we will use the top, north-west row of the amphitheater for tech and ADA seating. We reserve the right to move any items placed in this area.


The Nacho Men
Motown/Rock & Roll
Thursday, July 2

The unique combination of dance music, costume,
choreography and humor makes The Nacho Men Colorado’s
favorite musical performance group. They have opened
for groups including The Temptations, Little Richard,
and Chuck Berry.

Ian Moore
Thursday, July 9

Ian Moore is a Seattle-based guitar player, singer, and
songwriter who has a 30-year career in music.
Moore’s live shows offer a bright, blazing rock-n-roll feel
that combines his legendary guitar prowess with
radio-friendly songs.

Colorado Swing Band
Swing/Big Band
Thursday, July 16

Colorado Swing performs an exiting variety of classic
Big Band Era standards as well as popular Broadway
and Las Vegas show style arrangements. Their full-size big band
creates a sound you rarely hear anymore – featuring the area’s
top musical talent.

Bonnie & the Clydes
Country Soul
Thursday, July 23

Bonnie & the Clydes are on of the foremost
Front Range bands, pioneering their unique
sound of Rocky Mountain Country Soul. Seeing
Bonnie & the Clydes live is what sets them apart –
first timers become life-long fans.

The Hazel Miller Band
Thursday, July 30

Backed by a rock-solid band,
Hazel Miller’s rich and vibrant
voice ranges across the American
Songbook mixing soul, R&B, blues,
Motown, and pop standards.

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