Live from the Patio returns to the Stranahan’s patio starting Friday, April 21st!

Sip refreshing seasonal cocktails while enjoying Colorado’s best local musicians. Live from the Patio will take place every Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 7pm through September. 

We will host food trucks every First Friday of the month.

Tables are first come, first served. No reservations needed.

Check out our Lounge menu for full offerings.

Upcoming Performances:

  • FIRST FRIDAY // Friday, June 2 // Antonio Lopez Band // Food Truck: Mas Chingon

    Antonio Lopez is a quiet man with something to say. His music is like an onion, each layer revealing more. His adept guitar work and composition skills are never used in a showy way but rather like the spices in a home-cooked meal. His songwriting is lyric-forward folk, with marimba swells and swooning Spanish guitar flourishes on top of a rock-solid rhythm section. The result is a feast of emotions that delight the listener.

    Starting in the spring of 2023, Antonio and his band are releasing two songs at a time as “doubles.” It’s a tongue-in-cheek way of releasing music as the music business has shifted. The trend is for musicians to release singles more frequently to feed the algorithm rather than full-length albums every few years. Calling them doubles harkens back to when singles had an A and B side because they were on a physical record. The new material is engineered by Christopher Scott Wright of Work it Bird Studios in Longmont, CO.

    Antonio Lopez is a Colorado native of indigenous descent. Born and raised in Alamosa and now residing in Longmont, he grew up steeped in the Chicanx culture of southern Colorado.

  • Saturday, June 3 // Zea Stallings

    Front Man, for Denver based ‘Copper Children’ Zea Stallings undeniable talent as a songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist has catapulted his music to millions of listeners on Spotify and countless stages throughout CO and beyond. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch his Solo work in a more intimate way. 

    Insta: @ zeastallingsmusic

  • Friday, June 9 // Whiskey Revolution

    Whiskey Revolution is an acoustic duo based out of Denver. Their original music draws influence across genres including blues, folk, and outlaw country. Alex and Chelsea have been singing and performing most of their lives and enjoy sharing their love of music. They like an easy harmony and take their whiskey on the rocks. 

  • Saturday, June 10 // Many Mountains

    Many Mountains, a folk-rock duo from Colorado is comprised of songwriters Katie Rose Nelson and Dustin Moran. Their sound is moody, sparse and incorporates elements of rock, folk, and Americana into a unique sonic canvas. Moran weaves melodic textures on electric guitar with swooning vocal harmonies that entwine with Nelson’s striking voice and deep acoustic guitar  sound.

  • Friday, June 16 // Zivanai Masango

    Zivanai is an award-winning music artist, audio engineer and producer as well as
    a much sought-after music educator. Born in Harare into an extended family of
    master musicians deeply involved in traditional mbira and brass band
    music cultures, he was immersed in diverse music traditions and performances
    from a very early age. That gave him a very solid foundation for a music career
    that has seen him play with, and share the stage with legendary artists as
    diverse as Bonnie Raitt, Black Uhuru, Oliver Mtukudzi, The String Cheese
    Incident, The Motet, Thomas Mapfumo and many others. More recently,
    Zivanai’s Basement Studio Sessions have become a sensation on social media,
    reinforcing him as one of the leading Zimbabwean musicians of today.

  • Saturday, June 17 // Derek Dames Ohl

    Derek Dames Ohl is like warm butter on hot bread with blustering conduct. As a modern day herald Derek keeps his roots close with a six string on his back, ping-ponging across the United States sharing songs at every bar or dive that dares. Sounds that eclipse and perfect everything from Country, Blues and honkey-tonk. His pride in keeping the American roots music tradition alive, with punchy guitar playing will surely have every listener on their feet and stomping the floorboards. Derek has been related to artists like John Prine and Guy Clark with his quirky one second, and woeful the next songwriting style.

    Insta @derekdamesohlmuzak

  • Friday, June 23 // David Lawrence

    David Lawrence has called Colorado home for over a decade. Whether performing solo or with his full band, ‘The Spoonful,’ David brings a unique blend of finger-picking Delta blues, roots-Americana, soulful vocals, and his style of Gypsy-infused jazz guitar. In recent years, David has focused more on his original sound, currently recording his second solo album featuring some of Colorado’s best musicians and set to release mid 2022. A poet at heart, David’s original sound combines evocative imagery and storytelling with infectious melodies and rich, layered guitar playing. True to his musical roots, David’s music is raw, gritty, soulful, and full of heart. 

  • Saturday, June 24 // The Dawn Hunters

    Hailing from Denver, CO and highlighting music written by Ashley Hunter, The Dawn Hunters blend upbeat folk rock with twinges of funk, reggae and alternative rock music. The band loves to play around with different rhythms, groovy bass lines, and tight vocal harmonies. They have been known to get lost jamming for hours with their friends, sometimes until they can see the sun rise in the East; hence “The Dawn Hunters”. Their fun loving attitude, and eclectic sound are a recipe for new friends and good vibes. 

    Insta: @ thedawnhunters

  • Friday, June 30 // Lindsey Giffey

    Lindsey Giffey brings his bluesy guitar sounds and soulful vocals with two loop pedals and an array of guitar effects to any stage he plays. You’ll hear upbeat and energetic live looping on covers and original songs. Lindsey’s jams will take you on a long strange trip of tunes and genres of sounds ranging from John Mayer, Rob Thomas, Grateful Dead, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton, and many more, leaving the limit endless for what he’ll play next. Originally from Chicago, Lindsey moved to Denver in 2018 and he has since pursued his dream of playing music full time.

  • Saturday, July 1 // Liz Barnez

    Liz Barnez started her musical career in the clubs and festivals in her hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana.  She moved to Fort Collins Colorado in the late 80’s.  Her music is inspired by these places but more importantly…by the people she has encountered along the way….


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