Bond Park Campfire Programs To Begin June 8
Cowboy Brad Fitch will lead visitors and residents in singing, dancing and laughing as his eighteenth annual summer Cowboy Sing-Along programs in Bond Park begin Sunday, June 8. These family-friendly programs are free and open to the public. Fitch will host the programs Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings this summer beginning at 7 p.m. The program is sponsored by the Town of Estes Park and local businesses and will run through August 12.
“These concerts are so much fun. I enjoy seeing folks from all around the country who come back year after year to sing with me in Bond Park,” Fitch said. “It’s amazing to see young adults who have been coming to hear me around the campfire since they were little children.”
The Bond Park Cowboy Sing-Along was established in the 1990s by a group of local business owners who wanted to provide free evening entertainment for downtown visitors. Business sponsorships are still available and can be arranged by contacting Ann Taylor, owner/operator of Colorado Homestead at 586-1144.
Raised in Estes Park, singer/songwriter Brad Fitch has been playing professionally since he was 15 years old. He has been part of several popular performing and recording acts including Fitch and Chips, the Elktones and Barleens’ Arizona and Rocky Mountain Oprys.
Brad has recorded 17 albums featuring his original music that reflects what he loves about nature and the western lifestyle. His most recent, “Rocky,” celebrates the centennial of Rocky Mountain National Park, and is an authorized RMNP 100th Anniversary Signature product.
Fitch specializes in original folk and western music. He performs nationwide for a wide variety of events. People from throughout the world plan their vacations around his Estes Park summer concert schedule.
This will be the eleventh year that Brad has performed his John Denver tribute concert in Estes Park. This year’s concert, which will happen on Saturday, August 30th, will benefit the Estes Park Lions Club charities.