Guests can enjoy an evening of Music on the Mountain with live music, drink specials and a free tram ride in exchange for a canned food donation to benefit the LIFT-UP food pantry. The Music on the Mountain concert series returns to Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park with a cans-for-a-tram benefit with Fifty/50 on Saturday, Aug. 11. Guests will be able to enjoy an evening of live music and a free tram or bus ride in exchange for a canned food donation to benefit the LIFT-UP food pantry. During the first four concerts of the season, the community donated 1,615 cans of food for LIFT-UP, plus 908 food and personal care items and more than $300 for the Waldo Canyon Fire victims. The cans-for-a-tram rides will begin at 4 p.m., and the band will perform from 6 – 10 p.m. With a show that combines classic, modern and original rock, Fifty/50’s vocal harmonies and instrumental energy have made them Post Independent Locals’ Choice Award winners six times. Formerly called The Strays, Fifty/50 includes long-term valley residents David Stoltzfus, lead vocals and rhythm guitar; Beth Getzen Stoltzfus, lead vocals; Dale Loper, lead vocals and lead guitar; Jerry Larsen, drums; Brian Brown, vocals and bass; and Mike King, vocals and keyboard. The Lookout Grille and Snack Shack will be open for dinner and refreshments; drink specials including $3 Coors Lights, Coronas and glasses of wine, and $4 well drinks, will be available in the plaza. This week’s concert is sponsored by Swire Coca-Cola, which produces more than 50 of the world’s most-recognized brands including sparkling soft drinks, sports drinks, water, juices and teas. Swire will be on the mountain during the concert, giving away a Monster snowboard, Coca-Cola t-shirts and koozies. During the event, guests will also be able to try out the park’s newest attractions: the Cliffhanger Roller Coaster, the Mine Wheel and the Wild West Express Coaster. A Day Pass, just $30 with the free tram ride, will include unlimited access to the new rides as well as the Alpine Coaster, Giant Canyon Swing, Soaring Eagle Zip Ride, Fort WhereAmI Maze, 4D Motion Theater, Laser Tag arena, Speleobox cave simulator, Climbing Wall and Giddy Up! Western ride. The Music on the Mountain series continues this summer and fall: Aug. 18, Us and Them; Aug. 25, The Rock Dogs; Sept. 8, Hell Roaring String Band; Sept. 15, Already Gone; and Sept. 22, The Missing Link Band. A Christian Music on the Mountain concert has be
MUSIC ON THE MOUNTAIN RETURNS TO GLENWOOD CAVERNS ADVENTURE PARK WITH FIFTY/50 AND “CANS-FOR-A-TRAM”
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