Its that time of year again folks, Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest is upon us and finally, we have word on what the lineup is going to be. Bohemian Nights today announced national headliners The Motet, Blondie and The Decemberists and a lineup of more than 80 Colorado bands scheduled to perform Aug. 10, 11 and 12. Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest is a free, three-day music festival held each August in historic downtown Fort Collins.
The full lineup will feature a diverse offering of bands performing across six outdoor music stages. Music performances will run from 5–10 p.m. on Friday, 11 a.m.–10 p.m. on Saturday, and 11 a.m.–7 p.m. on Sunday. Visit BohemianNights.org or download the Bohemian Nights app from the App Store or Google Play for the music schedule and for more information about all Bohemian Nights music events.
A.J. Fullerton; Analog Son; ATOMGA; Blake Brown & The American Dust Choir; Blondie (Headliner); Blue Canyon Boys; Brent Cowles; The Burroughs; Cary Morin; Chris Daniels & The Kings with Freddi Gowdy; The Decemberists (Headliner); Dirty Few; Downey Sisters; Dream Feed; The Drunken Hearts; Earth Like Twins; Eli Slocumb; Eufórquestra; Face Vocal Band; Flobots; Franny & the Jets; Gingerbomb; Grace Kuch Band; Great American Taxi; Guerrilla Fanfare; HoldFast.; The Hollow; Hot Buttered Rum; Ivory Circle; Jaanvi Gurung; Jalan Crossland; Jared & The Mill; J-Calvin; Julia Kirkwood; Justin Roth; Katie Herzig; Kenzie Culver; King Cardinal; Kyle Emerson; La Pompe Jazz; Little Kids Rock – Polaris Showcase; Little Kids Rock – Tavelli Tiger Stripes; Lois and the Lantern; Lost Walks; Mama Magnolia; Masontown; Maya Bennett; Mike Yob; Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore; The Motet (Headliner); Needle and Thread; One Flew West; Otis Taylor; Panther Martin; Patrick Dethlefs; The Patti Fiasco; Paul DeHaven; Peaches Embry and Rhythm Train; Pimps of Joytime; Rayland Baxter; The Real Doug Lane; The Reminders; The River Arkansas; Running with Scizzors; Serpentfoot; Shatterproof; SHEL; Silver & Gold; Slow Caves; Spirettes; Steve Covell; Steve Kovalcheck