Frisco Concert in the Park
Music by Frisco Funk Collective
High Country Conservation Center will be the local non-profit beneficiary for the Town of Frisco’s Concert in the Park series on Thursday, July 29 with music by Frisco Funk Collective.
The Town of Frisco brings great music together for a great cause at their FREE outdoor Concert in the Park series at the Frisco Historic Park gazebo and lawn. Beer, wine, and light snacks will be available for purchase with proceeds benefitting HC3’s local conservation programs.
Come out, grab a beverage, and enjoy a fun evening of music in support of HC3!
The Frisco Funk Collective creates a high-energy, funk-fueled dance party with every show. Since its inception in 2015, the group has grown to be the premiere high Rockies powerhouse of funk. Named the “2018 Best Band in Summit”, the Collective’s unmistakable energy regularly fills dance floors in Summit County and beyond. The Collective’s rhythm section is rooted with bassist and founder Tyler Easton and renowned Venezuelan jazz drummer Leo Lopez. With Jon Neiman on tenor sax, Emily Durbin on vocals, and Eric James on guitar, the Collective creates a blend of jazz-inspired improvisation, New Orleans’s style grooves, and high-energy dance beats.