Muzik Night at Chapungu
Friday, October 7th – 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
All Things Good invites the local community to the Great Lawn to experience and enjoy local Colorado music artists performing a mixture of Rap, R&B and DJ Mixes.
Loveland Winter Wonderlights
Returning November ’22 through January ’23
Thank you to our community for contributing TONS of canned food to benefit the Food Bank of Larimer County and help make a difference. We are looking forward to another great season of giving and another spectacular outdoor light experience in 2022. Stay tuned for additional LIVE programming information.
Wild Wonderful Weekend
September 23 and 24
An annual weekend celebration for Centerra honoring its designation at Colorado’s first Certified Wild Community. Daytime programming kicks off with an outdoor Wild Walk, Scavenger Hunt, and Educational Partner Pop-Up with High Plains Environmental Center and Promenade Shops at Centerra and the evening concludes with a rocking outdoor free/ticketed concert and special skyline surprise.
Sounds of Centerra Concerts
Friday Nights • July 8, 15, 22, 29 • 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Join us on the Great Lawn for FREE outdoor music in a natural setting:
Soul School (July 8) | 6 Million Dollar Band (July 15) | Narrow Gauge (July 22) | Stone Beat Invasion (July 29)
Picnicking, dancing, and singing are highly encouraged! Fresh popcorn and ice cream options available onsite, for purchase. Grab food and beverages from local Centerra restaurants and unwind with friends and family in the park.
Fort Collins Symphony
Saturday, June 18 at 3 p.m.
Fort Collins Symphony is making a special “Out & About” community performance at Chapungu.
This FREE pop-up afternoon concert on the Great Lawn is the perfect way to relax and unwind. Don’t forget to pack your pop-up chairs and a cooler filled with snacks and beverages for the ultimate outdoor experience..
The Nat Wickham Jazz Quartet takes to the Chapungu stage for the first Out & About Concert on June 18th located directly east of Macy’s/Promenade Shops. The free community concert will feature jazz classics and standards from the Great American Song Book, including: music composed by or recorded by renowned Black jazz artists such as Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Lee Morgan, Freddy Hubbard and others.