The Wendy Woo Band has been popular among Fort Collins locals. Whether she’s playing at the Lagoon or a different concert venue, fans always flock to support. We’re excited to bring her back for another year to the Lagoon stage on July 31. The concert is from 6-8:30 p.m. at the west lawn of the Lory Student Center at CSU.
Wendy Woo began singing as a young girl and soon learned the guitar so that she could play her own accompaniment. Her style is incredibly fluid, and she has shared the stage with a variety of performers including The Fray, Counting Crows, Brad Paisley, and more. She’s familiar with venues close to home, such as Red Rocks, and others far away, such as the Bluebird Café in Nashville or Bitter End in New York City.
Today, Wendy loves to write and perform her own songs. She’s developed a method called ‘slaptap’, which uses the guitar body and fret board to create percussive sounds. She’s won Westword Magazine’s Music Awards ‘Singer/Songwriter of the Year’ five times. Audience members are sure to see why in her memorable performance on July 31!
Each week, Little Kids Rock sends talented performers to open for our headliners. The Little Kids Rock performer opening this week is Macy Warner.
Come hungry next Wednesday! The food trucks will be lined up and waiting for you. Choose from The Taco Stop, Bigs Meat Wagon, Sweaty Moose, The Human Bean Coffee Truck, and Revolution Artisan Pops … or taste something from each!
For those who can’t make the show, The Wendy Woo Band’s performance will be broadcast on KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins on Wednesday, August 7 at 7 p.m. as part of their “Around Town” series.
The Lagoon Summer Concert Series is produced by Mantooth Marketing and Events with thanks to the generous support of title sponsors Dellenbach Subaru and Colorado State University.
Event Sponsors include First National Bank, KRFC 88.9, The Coloradoan, Re/Max Advanced, Inc., Outpost Sunsport, The City of Fort Collins, Big O Tires, Campus West Merchant’s Association, Alpine Gardens, We R Foco, The Women’s Clinic, Poudre River Public Library, The Human Bean, Rockfan Entertainment, Dogtopia, Retro 102.5, The Scene Magazine, Rocky Mountain Student Media, 99.9 The Point, and North Forty News.