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Play It Safe! Sex, Hugs, & Rock 'n' RollEventFacebook Live
  • 5:30pm
  • Thursday October 1

Boundaries are tricky in the best of times — and are especially crucial for safely navigating the current pandemic. Kori Wilford, COVID-19 Joint Information Center Manager for the Larimer County Department of Health, talks with Colorado musicians about clear communication and the language of consent applied to concerts in the time of COVID-19.

Join us to explore how artists and audiences can best navigate conversations and interactions related to appropriate distance, respecting limits, and expressing your love for your favorite musicians – and music lovers – while honoring each other’s health and happiness

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Kori Wilford

Larimer County Department of Health

Kori Wilford, MPH, grew up in northern Colorado and has worked for the Larimer County Health Department in various roles for over 20 years. Currently, she operates Larimer County’s COVID-19 Joint Information Center, where her team has responded to more than 12,000 calls, texts, and emails since March. Kori is also involved in the local theatre and film scene and believes that the arts significantly contribute to our vibrant and thriving community.

Brian Johanson

Sugar Britches

Brian Johanson is a Colorado singer, songwriter, and mediocre guitarist. He has played throughout CO for the last 20 years, as a solo artist and with the bands Glove Trucker and Sugar Britches. He currently books, promotes, and tours with Sugar Britches along the Front Range.



Cassie Cowan

Señorita Sometimes/ Plus One Music Consulting

is the owner and founder of Plus One Music Consulting based in Colorado and is a multi-instrumentalist/singer in the Fort Collins rock band Señorita Sometimes. Working in the music and entertainment industry since 2008, Cassie has experience in management, venue ops, production, festival ops, tour management, talent buying, and event planning. She’s even been in the circus! Her passion is helping local musicians & business owners organize the business side of their creative endeavors. Cassie had the unique opportunity to be a co-lecture at UCLA Herb Alpert School of music with Dr. Gigi Johnson this past Spring. This specialized COVID-19 course covered the effects this once in a lifetime pandemic has on the music industry (as it unfolded) and what the future could look like for creatives in a COVID-world. Learn more about Plus One at and her band at www.señ

Nate Valdez & Eric Riley

In The Whale

In The Whale is Nate Valdez & Eric Riley. “We make a lot of noise for just two guys” // Almost metal // Denver, CO, USA // Photo by Michael Mcgrath



Moderated by:
Julie Sutter – The Music District

Presented in partnership with SALT Magazine

Groundwaves 2020 FinaleEventTwitch
  • Tuesday October 13

With ambitions to keep Groundwaves going in 2020, and in response to COVID-19, Murs in partnership with the Music District has formulated an online format to continue our Hip-Hop open mic event.

Any MC from the Rocky Mountain region is eligible, as well as any previous Groundwaves participants, regardless of region… follow the link here to submit to Groundwaves 2020 and learn more:

**Submission deadline for the Groundwaves 2020 Finale is Friday, October 9**

This year, Groundwaves will still be hosted by Murs and take place live on his Twitch channel!

Email with any and all questions.

Groove Theory Producer Meetup: October 2020EventZoom
  • 7:00pm
  • Wednesday October 21

Join us online October 21 for a digital version of our Groove Theory: Producer Meetup.

Our mission is to provide a place and format for music producers and audio engineers of all levels to share new, original works-in-progress and to get constructive and supportive feedback from fellow producers so we can all improve our craft.

We will be using Zoom video conferencing for this meetup – please ensure that you have Zoom installed on whatever device you plan to use to connect during the event:

Keep an eye on this event the day of for links to the Zoom call.