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Coohills announces its Beats on the Creek lineup, with a funky start and a stunning setting

Coohills will again sound off this summer with its free, Tuesday evening concert series, which kicks off June 17 with Funkiphino -- and a groovy costume contest in which participants can win a $100 Coohills gift certificate.

Keep reading for the complete Beats on the Creek lineup. See also: Here's the schedule for this year's Live From Elway's Backyard summer music series

"Wear your funkiest, frothiest, most colorful and soulful threads when you come out to dance for Funkiphino on June 17," Coohills advises, "and you just might win a bottle of sparkling wine and $100 gift card for your next visit!" No need to wear those costumes on that next visit, though...

Here's the complete Tuesday line-up at Coohills:

June 17: Funkiphino | Colorado's Funk Sensation

June 24: The Hazel Miller Band

July 1: Under A Blood Red Sky | The U2 Tribute

July 8: Eddie Turner | Blues Guitar God

July 15: The Long Run - Eagles Tribute

July 22: Blue Grass

July 29: Forever in Blue Jeans - Neil Diamond Tribute

August 5: That 80's Band

Happy hour runs from 3 to 6 p.m. at Coohills, with the free concert on the bridge starting at 6:30 p.m. For more information on Beats on the Creek, go to coohills.com.


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