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Koenig: Live music at Dillon Amphitheater hits the right note

I would like to thank the Dillon Business Association, the town of Dillon and Matt Miano with the town of Dillon for a great concert series at the Dillon Amphitheatre. The highlights, including Dark Star Orchestra on the Fourth of July weekend the Machine playing the music of Pink Floyd on Sept. 6, were some of the best events I have attended in Summit County. They seemed to be attended by many of the working class of Summit County that had worked so hard through the summer to take care of all the guests that come up to visit. What fine rewards, free concerts of music from such a fine bands playing what I would say are some of more favorable styles of music in the county. While not everyone in Summit County is a “Deadhead” or Pink Floyd fan, I would bet that the majority of the people of the county would say they enjoy the music of both the Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd.

Again, thank you, Dillon, for utilizing such a fine resource as the Dillon Amphitheatre to give both the residents and visitors of Summit County a chance to watch a beautiful sunset on the mountains we all love while listening to great live music being performed.

Gary Koenig

Affordable Music


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