Photos: Fuh-can Beer and Guitars was a blast, but where were all the people?

Categories: Beer Man, Photos

All photos by Nate Hemmert
Oskar Blues's Fuh-can Beer and Guitars event was vacant compared to the beer halls at the Great American Beer Festival.
There may have been a few too many beer events this past weekend as part of the Great American Beer Festival. And Oskar Blues may have suffered from the excess, given that its two-day concert, Fuh-can Beer and Guitars, benefiting the Love, Hope, Strength Foundation and victims of the recent Colorado floods, was fuh-can empty -- a sad break for the charities involved. Nonetheless, we were everywhere this weekend, including here, and brought back photos of the event.

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The production level was great, and the music was awesome -- bummer no one was there to listen.

The few people who showed up had a blast. It felt like a personal concert all to yourself.

There was even an Oskar Blues bus!


Location Info


Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park

Champa St & Speer Blvd., Denver, CO

Category: Music

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I heard about this event prior, but I could not find any solid information about it.  Their website seemed like it was quickly thrown together on wordpress without supplying the needed information to get people to fork over their dough.


Perhaps they should have advertised better, maybe passed out flyers to the line at the DCC. I volunteered at the GABF & happened to see this event on Saturday between sessions when I decided to get some fresh air & take a walk outside. Even though I was aware of the many other events surrounding the fest, I hadn't heard of this one. It was located in Sculpture Park behind the Arts Complex right next to the Convention Center. The music sounded great... too bad people right next door didn't know to stop by.


So... where was it?  What bands played?  Seems like the article ought to at least give a few details, and maybe even a picture of a band.  I was at GABF and didn't even hear about this - where were they advertising?

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