That's a Wrap!


{The mic drop of the weekend definitely goes to the Burroughs, taking it all the way down on Sunday}

Happy Birthday Fort Collins! If anyone knows how to throw a party for the books, it's you. This year's Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest celebrated not only our city but the entire Colorado Music Scene, featuring an exclusive lineup of ALL Colorado bands and artists. We had multiple stages hit capacity for Colorado Music, people drove from out of state to see Colorado Music and our community came together to support our local music scene. It's no small feat and it's something we should all be proud of.  We're building something special here and we're investing in a music community together. It takes all of us to make something that big happen but this weekend showed that we're doing it. Take pride in the fact that your music scene has so much talent and so much potential and remember that it needs your love all year round to keep it growing. Find out the name of that awesome band you saw this weekend and make sure to see them live when they play again, buy your favorite local band's album (or download it on iTunes) and make it point to celebrate Colorado Music every day.  


{Wire Faces kicked off Linden St with a bang! Nothing goes better with coffee than a side of ROCK}


{Qbala pulled out all the stops, showcasing why she's one of the top rappers in the state}


{Fort Collins own Maxwell Mud wowed the crowd on Mountain Ave}


{Everyone left the Reminders set feeling a little better about the world. Such a positive experience for all}


{The stars aligned to bring Los Dreamers to the festival this weekend. The group features an All Star lineup including members of The Fray, DeVotchKa, The Flobots & Ozomatli}


{Trout Steak Revival heat up the Mountain Ave Stage with their hot licks and harmonies}


{Surprise! Getting ready backstage at Library Park for the Liz Barnez set, which featured an amazing solo from Grace Kuch}


{The Epilogues played their last Fort Collins set on Linden St}

Greta Cornett

Meet Our Writer

Greta Cornett is a local musician, as well as a local music lover and supporter.

She is most recognized as the trumpet player for 12 Cents for Marvin, the 3 Twins, and Mama Lenny and the Remedy. She is a graduate of the CSU music department and her behind the scenes work includes co-founding the Fort Collins Musicians Association, co-creating FoCoMX, working as the marketing director for the Boulder Theater and the Fox Theatre and volunteering at KRFC 88.9 FM.

This is her 7th year blogging for Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest in addition to being on the Bohemian Nights Talent Advisory Committee. She recently joined the Bohemian Foundation staff on the Music Programs Team as Marketing and Talent Coordinator.