Concert Schedule

  1. Oct 22 2017, SUN 7 PM
    Fall Concert: The Artist Within
    On Sunday, October 22, at 7 p.m., the Loveland Concert Band, directed by Scott Schlup, will perform their fall concert, "The Artist Within", at the Mountain View High School Sue E. Wall Auditorium, 3500 Mountain Lion Drive. The Loveland Concert Band, directed by Scott Schlup, begins the 2017-2018 concert season with a musical interpretations of artist's works including paintings, murals, sketches, and dance. You will listen to performances of "American Landscape #1" by Robert W Smith which was inspired by the uniquely American art of Norman Rockwell, "Blue and Green" by Samuel R Hazo which is based on the georgia O'Keeffe painting "Blue and Green Music", "Choreography" by Robert Sheldon draws its inspiration from dance movements found in contemporary stage, ballet and theatrical productions, "Da Vinci Sketches" by Erik Morales which was inspired by the sketches of Leonardo da Vinci, relating to architecture & industry, art and human flight, "Flight of the Piasa" by Robert Sheldon, a powerful musical depiction of the legendary Piasa, an enormous winged creature painted high above the Mississippi River, "Pablo!" by Richard Meyer in which the stages of Picasso's creative development are depicted in sound, "Pulse" by Randall D Standridge which was inspired by the painting techniques of the pointillism movement, and "Temple of the Murals" by Brian Balmages which was influenced by the Mayan Murals of Bonampak in Chiapas, Mexico. Please join us for an evening of great music performed by the Loveland Concert Band. The concert is FREE to the public (Donations will be accepted at the door). The Loveland Concert Band’s mission is to increase music awareness in the community. It does so through its musical presentations and its annual scholarship raffle and scholarship awards. The Loveland Concert Band is a nonprofit group of adult musicians from throughout northern Colorado.
  2. Dec 3 2017, SUN 3 PM
    Holiday Concert: Decorating for the Holidays (with Food Drive)
    On Sunday, December 3, at 3 p.m., the Loveland Concert Band, directed by Scott Schlup, will perform our holiday concert "Decorating for the Holidays" with a food drive for the Food Bank of Larimer County. And, there will be a surprise visit from Santa with a treat for kids of all ages! You will hear "Dashing Through the Snow" (based on Jingle Bells) arranged by Richard L Saucedo, "The Holiday Bells" arranged by P. A. Murtha, "A Holiday Montage" arranged by Gary E Parks, "Christmas 'Pop' Sing-Along" arranged by James D Ployhar, "Night Before Christmas" music by John Moss (based on the traditional poem by Clement C Moore), "And He Shall Be Named Emmanuel" by Robert Longfield, "Carol of the Night" (based on Silent Night) by Richard L Saucedo, "Chanukah Medley" arranged by Bud Caputo, "Rest" (2nd movement of "Minnesota Portraits") by Samuel R Hazo, "Rockwell Portrait" by Erik Morales, "Toboggan Ride" by Stan Applebaum, and, of course,"Sleigh Ride" by Leroy Anderson. We will also be conducting a food drive at this concert to benefit the Food Bank for Larimer County in order to help feed families in need in our community. The concert is free to the public, but those attending are asked to bring a bag of non-perishable food items to benefit the Food Bank for Larimer County. The Loveland Concert Band is very pleased to partner with the Food Bank for Larimer County to celebrate this time of year through wonderful music and generous donations of much needed food. The Loveland Concert Band is a nonprofit group of adult musicians from throughout northern Colorado. The Loveland Concert Band’s mission is to increase music awareness in the community. It does so through its musical presentations and its annual scholarship raffle and scholarship awards. The vision of the Food Bank for Larimer County is a hunger-free Larimer County, and their mission is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger relief programs. Staffed by 32 employees and supported by two thousand volunteers, the Food Bank distributed nearly 8 million pounds of food in 2012 to at-risk residents throughout Larimer County where more than 29,000 unduplicated individuals were served through the two Food Share locations in Fort Collins and Loveland and more than 74,000 meals were served to children from low-income families at Kids Cafe. Established in 1984, the Food Bank is the only Feeding America clearinghouse for donated food in Larimer County, Colorado. Feeding America is the nation’s largest food bank and food rescue network. The Food Bank for Larimer County opened its Food Share distribution point in Loveland at 245 S. Madison Ave. on November, 2006. In September 2011, after completion of a $2.2 million dollar capital campaign, the Food Bank expanded its southern Larimer County reach by opening a larger, more efficient Food Share pantry in Loveland at 2600 N. Lincoln. In 2013 the Food Bank distributed a record-breaking 8.7 million pounds of food to reach 100,000,000 pounds distributed since opening in 1984. More info: http://www.FoodbankLarimer.org
  3. February 25, 2018 SUN 3 PM
    Winter Scholarship Concert: Scenes from the Louvre (with Raffle)
    This concert includes the Annual Scholarship Raffle On Sunday, February 25, at 3 pm,the Loveland Concert Band, directed by Scott Schlup, with the Mountain View High School Concert Band, continues their season looking at "Scenes from the Louvre" and also hold a raffle at the Mountain View High School Sue E. Wall Auditorium, 3500 Mountain Lion Drive. This concert includes the Annual Scholarship Raffle of at least 15 prizes valued over $40 each. The Loveland Concert Band explores music reflecting scenes found in the Louvre. The concert is FREE to the public, donations accepted. This concert also includes our annual scholarship raffle for prizes, where we raise money to provide scholarships to four graduating seniors in the Thompson School District. This is a great chance to be entertained with some great music and win a prize such as a restaurant certificate, tickets to the theater, or a certificate for shopping at the mall. In presenting the Annual Scholarship Raffle at this concert at least 15 prizes will be available. Tickets ($2 each, 6 for $10, 13 for $20) are available from band members and at our concert. Need not be present to win. But, why would you want to miss such a great concert? There are many prizes, such as: - gift certificates for Centerra Mall - handmade items - tickets to theater performances - gift certificates for many goods and services - gift certificates to various restaurants Each prize is worth at least $40. The raffle benefits go to the Loveland Concert Band's Findling-Gleichman-Smith Memorial Scholarships presented each year to a graduate at each of the four R2J high schools. The Loveland Concert Band’s mission is to increase music awareness in the community. It does so through its musical presentations and its annual scholarship raffle and scholarship awards. The Loveland Concert Band is a nonprofit group of adult musicians from throughout northern Colorado.
  4. April 22 2018, SUN 3 PM
    Spring Concert: The Hall of Presidents
    On Sunday, April 22 at 3 pm, the Loveland Concert Band, directed by Scott Schlup continues their Artistry series looking at the Hall of Presidents at the Mountain View High School Sue E. Wall Auditorium, 3500 Mountain Lion Drive. The concert is FREE to the public, donations accepted. The Loveland Concert Band’s mission is to increase music awareness in the community. It does so through its musical presentations and its annual scholarship raffle and scholarship awards. The Loveland Concert Band is a nonprofit group of adult musicians from throughout northern Colorado.
2017 Summer Concert Series

The Loveland Concert Band, directed by Scott Schlup, is proud to announce the 2017 summer concert series consisting of six performances.  Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family!  This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music.

All performances are FREE and open to the public, with free-will donations accepted.


Location: Lynn and Norma Hammond Amphitheater at North Lake Park
                 29th St and Taft Ave, Loveland CO
                 (easiest access is just south of the Loveland High School parking lot)


  1. Tuesday, June 6, 7:15pm
    Concert in the Park #1: Broadway (with scholarship presentations)
    Listen to music from various popular musicals. Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family! This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music. We encourage you to bring your blankets and/or chairs to sit on the hillside and enjoy our concerts. At this concert we will present our annual scholarships to four graduating seniors, one from each high school in the Thompson School District.
  2. Tuesday, June 13, 7:15pm
    Concert in the Park #2: Vocal (with Food Drive for House Of Neighborly Service)
    Listen to music of popular vocalists such as Gershwin, John Lennon, Elton John, and others. With a food drive. Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family! This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music. We encourage you to bring your blankets and/or chairs to sit on the hillside and enjoy our concerts. At this concert we will be conducting a Food Drive to benefit the House of Neighborly Service in order to help feed families in need in our community. The Loveland Concert Band’s mission is to increase music awareness in the community. It does so through its musical presentations and its annual scholarship raffle and scholarship awards. The House Of Neighborly Service (HNS) assists and advocates for people challenged by the effects of poverty or situational crisis. Many of their clients are young families who are working but not making ends meet, single mothers and fathers who are doing everything they can to keep their families safe and provide for basic needs. Other clients are seniors, veterans, and disabled who live on fixed incomes, and individuals who experience job loss due to illness or layoff. Approximately half of their clients are school-aged children in the families. The HNS battle cry is “Help for Today and Hope for Tomorrow”. HELP FOR TODAY: They help people who have found themselves in economic crisis by providing them with life-sustaining needs: food, clothing, transportation, prescription and utility assistance, plus many more valuable services. HOPE FOR TOMORROW: They help people plan for the future by providing individualized support to all of their families through case management, financial education, and helping them find the resources they need to thrive. Each head of household is required to complete a Financial Literacy course for ongoing services. More info: http://www.honservice.org/ Foods needed for HNS food baskets includes: Peanut butter, Cereal, Canned fruits & vegetables, Tuna, Beans, Rice, Pasta & tomato sauce, Flour/pancake/muffin mixes, Canned meat, especially pop-top, Fruit/applesauce cups, Nutritious snacks (dried fruit, granola bars, etc.) Toiletry items needed includes: Laundry & dish detergents, Toilet paper/tissues/paper towels, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Razors, Feminine hygiene items, Shampoo/conditioner, Soap/body wash.
  3. Tuesday, June 20, 7:15pm
    Concert in the Park #3: Orchestra
    Listen to various popular orchestral music pieces arranged for concert band. Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family! This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music. We encourage you to bring your blankets and/or chairs to sit on the hillside and enjoy our concerts.
  4. Tuesday, June 27, 7:15pm
    Concert in the Park #4: March
    Listen to numerous popular marches performed in a classic concert band setting. Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family! This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music. We encourage you to bring your blankets and/or chairs to sit on the hillside and enjoy our concerts.
  5. Tuesday, July 4, 8:00pm
    Concert in the Park #5: 4th of July Concert with fireworks
    Listen to a fun concert of a variety of popular musical pieces and patriotic music celebrating the birth of our nation. This concert will be followed by the City of Loveland fireworks display. Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family! This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music. We encourage you to bring your blankets and/or chairs to sit on the hillside and enjoy our concerts.
  6. Tuesday, July 11, 7:15pm
    Concert in the Park #6: Screen
    Listen to music from various popular movies by composers like John Williams and Henry Mancini and from Walt Disney and Hollywood movies and cartoons. Our summer concert series is very popular and fun for the entire family! This venue is a perfect backdrop for an evening picnic with some great music. We encourage you to bring your blankets and/or chairs to sit on the hillside and enjoy our concerts.