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Clint Black is Back' JUNK

Clint Black is Back

Clint Black returns to the Lincoln Center on March 24th. The country megastar will be playing songs from his newest album On Purpose as well as all the hits you know and love. When Black released On Purpose, his first full-length album of new songs in a decade, he did it on his own terms. During Black’s […]

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Making Arts Education a Reality' JUNK

Making Arts Education a Reality

What happens when you combine history and science with puppets? How about fractions and geometry with hip hop dance?  What happens when you combine professional artists, excited students, caring teachers, enthusiastic administrators, and generous donors? You get compelling, exciting, fun, interesting, and meaningful arts education presentations provided by the Lincoln Center Support League –  that’s what! […]

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Learning from The Master' JUNK

Learning from The Master

Passionate about music education, Sir James Galway has worked tirelessly to promote the arts and pass on the experience and knowledge he’s gained as a professional flutist to others. He himself started playing on a borrowed flute as a young boy in Belfast before he would eventually hit the international stage as one of the most well-known […]

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Complexions Kicks Convention to the Curb' JUNK

Complexions Kicks Convention to the Curb

You won’t find another dance performance that begins with the music of Bach, ends with Metallica, and highlights David Bowie and Odetta songs in the middle — unless you’re fortunate enough to see Complexions at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center this March. Complexions isn’t just another ordinary dance company. Their style, performances and methods push […]

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Spreading Positivity Through Dance' JUNK

Spreading Positivity Through Dance

lllstyle & Peace Productions is a multicultural Philadelphia-based dance company founded on the basic principles of fostering love, peace, and respect while instilling inspiration and a sense of purpose in all who see their performances. Utilizing elements of West African dance, hip-hop, tap, ballet, DJing, and beatboxing, Illstyle delivers positive messages about respecting one another, and speaking up and […]

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Eric Johnson Goes Acoustic and Gets Real' JUNK

Eric Johnson Goes Acoustic and Gets Real

Widely viewed as one of the most prolific guitarists of his generation, and named “one of the most respected guitarists on the planet” by Guitar Player magazine, Eric Johnson will visit the Fort Collins Lincoln Center for a rare acoustic performance on February 7. Renowned for his electric guitar prowess and technicality, Johnson is likely […]

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Fiercely Funny' JUNK

Fiercely Funny

“Margaret Cho is timid” – said no one ever. The bold comedian is an active advocate for homeless LGBTQ anti-bullying and anti-racism campaigns and she brings her outspoken brand of comedy to the Fort Collins Lincoln Center February 24. “I’ll be talking a lot about our new president” Cho says of her upcoming show “I […]

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Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate' JUNK

Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate

The Lincoln Center Art Gallery and the Fort Collins Museum of Art invite you to experience the transformational power of art through Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate. This dynamic exhibition, running January 20- March 18, showcases the diverse work of 39 artists who have transformed thousands of anti-Semitic and racist books into a visually powerful, thought-provoking, […]

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The HillBenders Take on “Tommy”' JUNK

The HillBenders Take on “Tommy”

“Anyone convinced that bluegrass is backwoods music has had their head in the sand of commercial radio these past few years” says Nolan Lawrence The HillBenders mandolinist. His band is taking an unconventional approach to The Who’s classic rock opera — performing “Tommy” in its entirety with a mix of spot-on musicianship outstanding vocals and […]

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One Man Brings 46 Star Wars Characters to Life' JUNK

One Man Brings 46 Star Wars Characters to Life

What do you do when you grow up only owning three movies on VHS in Northern Canada and one of them is Star Wars? You use your superfandom to develop a play — acted out by only yourself — that retells the classic Star Wars trilogy in 60 madcap minutes with no costumes, props or […]

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