On July 4 the Big Bang Concert will be a convergence of music, food and visual stimuli! Enjoy your evening in Estes Park with great music as Cowboy Brad Fitch, Elvis tribute artist, Aaron Black and Face Vocal band gather together at the Stanley Park Fairgrounds for a night of fantastic music! On site will be great food, burgers, BBQ, hot dogs, brats, salads, fries and ice cream. The event also offers free parking, covered bleacher seating and craft beer and wine.

About “Cowboy” Brad

“I intend for my songs to express the wonder of being alive on this beautiful planet, and I hope they will help listeners to feel relaxed, comfortable and happy. If my music takes you to a pleasant place in your heart or your mind, then I have accomplished my purpose.”

Raised in Estes Park, Colorado, singer, songwriter and guitarist Brad Fitch has been playing professionally since he was 15 years old.

“Cowboy” Brad specializes in original folk and western music.

In 2001, Brad performed for the President of the United States during his visit to Colorado. Brad was presented the outstanding community service award from the Estes Park Sunrise Rotary Club in 2006. He performed during the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver and has opened for an impressive array of folk and western artists. He received the Hawaii Music Award in 2009. Brad was awarded the All-Around Cowboy Entertainer at the Aspen Lodge Cowboy Poetry Gathering.

Brad has recorded 20 albums featuring his original music that reflects what he loves about nature and the western lifestyle.

He has also been part of several other popular performing and recording acts including the Barleens’ Arizona and Rocky Mountain Oprys.

Brad performs at corporate events, conventions, fairs, concerts, fund-raisers, weddings, parades, parties and at western music festivals in locations ranging from Massachusetts to Hawaii, including the Red Rocks amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado. He performs around 300 shows each year at venues of 30,000 plus.

For more than 10 years, Brad has performed John Denver tribute concerts to benefit the Rocky Mountain Nature Association, the Estes Park Lions Club charities, the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, The Cancer Center of Arizona and the Estes Park Cultural Arts Council. These concerts, which feature John Denver’s songs, have set attendance records at their venues. Brad has performed at the annual John Denver memorial concerts in Aspen, Colorado several times.

Brad is a veteran United States Coast Guard officer.

Colorado Springs Elvis Tribute Artist Aaron Black

Aaron Black owes his entire Elvis career to two pitchers of beer and a karaoke contest! He won 1st place singing Blue Suede Shoes at an Air Force Base Club and then entered an Air Force Tops-in-Blue Talent Contest a few weeks later. He won 1st place in that too, the first of six awards he has won! Aaron has been performing his Elvis Tribute for 29 years (He has now been performing as Elvis longer than Elvis performed as Elvis!!) and has won several awards for his show. He is an avid fan, memorabilia collector and is an expert on the Elvis Presley story. The five Elvis suits that he currently wears are authentic $3,000-$4,000 recreations of Elvis' most famous suits, including the Aloha Eagle Jumpsuit worn in the Aloha From Hawaii TV concert! These suits are created by some of the same people who created Elvis’ original suits and are actually licensed by Elvis’ estate.

A highlight of his full show is “Instant Elvis,” where an audience member gets dressed as Elvis and they sing a duet together! Aaron always mixes a little humor and Elvis trivia into every hip-shaking show.

Aaron is often asked if he is lip-syncing, but it really is him singing. He has even performed for two people who knew the real Elvis and both gave him high marks!

Aaron has always been an Elvis fan. As a child, he saw Elvis perform live six times. He even met his future wife the day after Elvis died when she asked him about the black armband he was wearing. They were married a few years later and she now sings backup in his show!

Aaron served on submarines in the Navy and was also an Air Force Intelligence Officer and still teaches space operations for the Air Force at Peterson AFB.

Face Vocal Band

Face Vocal Band has been captivating audiences for over a decade with their infectious energy punctuated by an endearing love of performance. Blending modern popular tunes with complex harmonies, brilliant beat-box rhythms and superb singing, Face takes their audience on a musical journey and it’s fantastic fun.

Performing over 100 shows per year around the world, the band has also competed on the hit NBC series “The Sing-Off,” headlined at Edinburgh, Scotland’s prestigious Festival Fringe, and has opened for legendary performers such as Jon Bon Jovi, Barenaked Ladies, Jay Leno, The Wailers, 38Special, Manhattan Transfer, Rick Springfield, Culture Club & Boy George.

Back home in Colorado, Face continues to be voted “Best Local Band/Musician” by numerous publications. They win audience awards and regularly perform for packed audiences in iconic venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Paramount Theatre, Swallow Hill, Boulder Theater, Soiled Dove Underground, and the Denver Bronco’s Mile High Stadium.

Critics and fans world-wide describe Face as “a true American heartland sound” and “soulful singing stands out above the crowd.”


Gates will open at 5 p.m. and the music starts at 5:45 p.m.

5:45 to 6:30-Brad Fitch performing a John Denver Tribute

6:45 to 7:30-Aaron Black with an Elvis Tribute

7:40 to 9:30-Face Vocal band

No need to move after the concert, stay where you are and watch the 4th of July fireworks over Lake Estes just as the music ends. Tickets for this fantastic night of entertainment are just $17 for adults, $5 for kids, and can be purchased at bigbangconcert.com Don't miss it, buy your tickets now! For more information, email Josh at BBC_concessions@msn.com

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