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Longmont Museum’s summer concerts go live for members starting this week

With approval from Boulder County, the Museum is inviting members to attend the three remaining shows in the series. Attendance is limited to 50 members per concert.

The Longmont Museum’s Stewart Auditorium is opening its doors to members for the remainder its summer concert series.

With approval from Boulder County, the Museum is inviting members to attend the last three Thursday shows in the series. Attendance is limited to 50 members per concert to maintain safe distancing. Members can make reservations for the free shows here.

The concerts also will continue to be broadcast live at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays on the Museum’s Facebook page and via Longmont Public Media

Safety measures in place for live viewing will include seating attendees in every other row. Three-seats distance also will be required between groups, and no seating will be allowed within 25 feet of the stage. 

Members who arrive together can be seated together and must be in their seats by 7:15 p.m. Masks must be worn during the concerts and at all times when visiting the Museum. 

The remaining lineup for the concert series is:

July 16 — The Delta Sonics 

The band’s music takes a Chicago Blues base and seasons it with swing, New Orleans R&;B, and early rock ‘n’ roll. A winner of Westword’s best blues band in Denver, the group dazzles audiences with slide guitar, harmonica, bass, drums, and smooth vocals.

July 23 — Megan Burtt and Dave Tamkin

Inspired by Joni Mitchell and Bonnie Raitt, singer/songwriter Burtt taught herself to play guitar and made her dream of a musical career a reality. Raised in the Rocky Mountains, she took piano lessons when she was young, but when she picked up her dad’s old classical guitar, “things took off.” She now splits her time between Brooklyn, Denver, and the road and is working on her third full-length solo record.

July 30 — Quemondo

Known as one of Colorado’s hottest salsa bands, Quemondo members hail  from Colombia, México, Peru, Panama, and the United States. The 11-piece salsa band brings infectious live energy to each show. It plays the music of traditional and contemporary artists, including Celia Cruz, Marc Anthony, and Gloria Estefan, and combines salsa style with Frank Sinatra or The Beatles.

The Museum on July 7 reopened to the public with limited hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday after being closed since March. More information is available on its website.



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