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Equally Challenged with Special Guests

Friday evening music series at Mountain Whitewater

Another great night of music at the Paddler’s Pub was had by all on Friday! The band Equally Challenged performed live with some help of some special guests from the Honey Gitters, Bourbon Toothpaste and the Holler!.

Concert goers enjoyed the music while playing volleyball, drinking local Colorado beers and enjoying the fantastic view of the foothills at Mountain Whitewater.

It was a great night for the members of the Fort Collins community to get together and create some happier moments during these tougher times.

Members of the community shared beers and stories about the High Park Fire. All firefighters enjoyed their first beer for free as a thank you! They are working extremely hard to protect the Poudre Canyon which many of us call home.

Thanks to all who came out to join us! We look forward to next Friday when The Seers will join us for another night of great music! (from 5-8pm)

Great Night with the Honey Gitters

Friday night music series at Mountain Whitewater

Friday, June 1st kicked off the first night of our Paddler’s Pub summer concert series with The Honey Gitters, a local Fort Collins progressive bluegrass band. The high energy of the music was truly infectious, along with the warm weather and incredibly vibrant sunset. It was a evening unlike any other.

Our neighbors popped in to see what the commotion was all about. They exclaimed how much fun they had, and said they can’t wait to tell their friends and will definitely be back next Friday! All of the attendees were ecstatic that we will be hosting shows all summer long.

Our five acre park provides an exceptional atmosphere with the majestic mountains in the background, a sand volleyball court, BBQ grill and picnic area, a play area for children, small outdoor amphitheater, nature trail and not to mention the only real outdoor Pub in Fort Collins! Feel free to bring your dog!

Next Friday June 8th, we will be continuing our summer concert series with Shaefer Welch, a folk artist originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Shaefer Welch has relocated to Fort Collins in order to further explore his music career in the duo, Rosewood Divine. Be sure to come check out his smooth folk acoustic style, kick back, meet new people and enjoy refreshingly cold beer!

There will be a show featured at the Paddler’s Pub every Friday until August from 5-8 pm. The complete lineup is available on our website and Facebook page with links to the artist’s reverbnation music page.

For more questions or comments visit our Facebook page, Mountain Whitewater give us a call at (970)-419-0917 or send an e-mail to