Steve Manshel is a Colorado-based singer, songwriter and musician that will be coming to the Lagoon Summer Concert Series stage on Wednesday, July 5 at 6:30 p.m.
Manshel began his career in music by joining one of his idols, Firefall. He then toured with all the bands he admired growing up. He sang the vocals on Firefall’s album “MESSENGER.”
His song “Innocent Victim” was used as a cornerstone for child abuse relief benefits. This combination of music and charity is what Manshel is known for. The Red Cross held the benefit “Come Hell or High Water” using his song of the same name to raise over $1 million for those in need.
Manshel brings his charismatic and endearing personality to each show.
The evening will also feature local food trucks: Umami Mobile Eatery, Austin Taco, Pizza Casbah, The Human Bean, and A-Maize-N Kettle Corn.
All Lagoon concerts are free and open to the public. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and park in the Lory Student Center or Moby Arena lots.
About the Series
The Lagoon Summer Concert Series is produced by Mantooth Marketing with thanks to the generous support of title sponsors Colorado State University and Kaiser Permanente. Event sponsors include Campus West Shops, Big O Tires, All Terrain Landscaping, Outpost Sunsport, Surgery Center of Fort Collins, The Youth and Women’s Clinic, Eide Bailey, City of Fort Collins, 1st National Bank, The Human Bean, Aspen Grove Veterinary Care, Blue Federal Credit Union, DaVinci Sign Systems, REMAX Advanced, Houska Automotive, Gallegos Santiation Inc., John Hanrahan- The Group, Fort Collins Coloradoan, Rocky Mountain Collegian and Townsquare Media.
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