‘Reckless Abandon’ to play inaugural Pioneer Courtyard concert

By Surveyor Staff

Berthoud’s hidden treasure, the Pioneer Courtyard at the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum, will be rocking and rolling Wednesday evening (Aug. 12) when the Berthoud Historical Society hosts its first Pioneer Courtyard Concert.

“We sincerely hope that the Berthoud Historical Society’s first annual Pioneer Courtyard Concert leads to bigger and better things in 2016,” stated a press release of the event.  The historical society hopes that this new event will illustrate Berthoud’s appetite for evening concerts during the “dog days” of summer.

Nearly every community in Northern Colorado has a summer music scene, why not Berthoud?

The three-piece acoustic band, Reckless Abandon, will take the Sunnyside Stage at 7 p.m. and perform a selection of iconic ’60s and ’70s anthems from “your record collection.” City Star beer, wine, and pulled pork sandwiches crafted by local artisan chefs will also be available for purchase. A limited number of chairs will be available so you are encouraged to bring a comfortable lawn chair.

Admission is free but donations are welcome. Gates open at 6:30 p.m.