Treeline Sound Presents Second Annual Uplift: FoCo
Effective September 13, attendees will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (14 days after second vaccine)with a matching valid ID to enter our venues.Following the county-wide mask mandate, masks will be required at all times except when actively eating or drinking. We will no longer accept negative PCR tests for entry starting September 13. Children ages 2-11 will not need proof of vaccination but will be required to wear masks while in the venue. All working staff are vaccinated and will be wearing masks. A photo or digital copy of your vaccination card will be accepted. Digital copies can be obtained through https://ciis.state.co.us/public/Application/PublicPortal or https://mycolorado.state.co.us.
General admission ticket — $15
Upgraded GA ticket, includes a beer from Horse & Dragon Brewing Company — $20
VIP ticket, includes priority entrance, reserved seating with a table, a signed event poster, and a beer from Horse & Dragon Brewing Company — $50
Returning for its second year on December 7th (Colorado Gives Day), Uplift: FoCo will inspire community growth through exceptional local music, with all proceeds benefiting The Matthews House Youth Music Program. The house band is a handpicked group of Northern Colorado’s best musicians who will be accompanied by three unique Fort Collins songwriters and youth musicians from The Matthews House and School of Rock Fort Collins.
The Uplift: FoCo house band includes: Eric Thorin on bass (Bonnie Paine, Darol Anger, Matt Flinner, more) Joe Lessard on fiddle (Head For The Hills, Whiskey Blanket) Eric Wiggs on guitar (Masontown, Honeytree Duo) Dusty Rider on banjo & pedal steel (The Railsplitters) Russick Smith on mandolin & cello (Shovelin’ Stone)
With a very special opening set by: Julia Kirkwood
And special performances from: Liz Barnez Mary Claxton (The Burroughs, Trash Cat) Youth Musicians
The evening will include a Silent Auction featuring items based in Northern Colorado and will be heavily focused on local art. Plus there will be a live painter, limited edition merchandise, and prize giveaways.
The Matthews House music program provides underserved and at-risk youth access to music lessons, music production classes, instruments, rehearsal space, and recording opportunities, plus has been approved for high school credit. The focus is to give students a creative outlet, healthy coping mechanisms, and an opportunity to have their voice be heard. Youth from the music program will work alongside technical staff and perform in collaboration with the Fort Collins School of Rock House Band. This creates an exciting goal for students to work towards and an opportunity to showcase their achievements to the community.
Covid-19 Policy — currently The Aggie requires proof of vaccination for all persons in the building and strongly encourages the use of masks. These are uncertain and challenging times for everyone, and especially for the music industry. In support of musicians, crews, & venues, we will follow best known practices and venue policies.
We want to share a big THANK YOU to all our sponsors: Kind Care of Colorado Bohemian Foundation Stout Studios Arktos Direct Care Add Noise Studios Horse & Dragon Brewing Sage Benefit Advisors Old Town Wealth Advisors Fort Collins Family Acupuncture Kinnetic Electric Bank of Colorado School of Rock Fort Collins
And THANK YOU to the Aggie Theatre for hosting us!!