Shelby Bennett, 18, left, and Michelle Archuleta, 17, drove down from Casper, Wyo., to enjoy a weekend of music — first at HeavenFest on Saturday and at the Warped Tour on Sunday. The music fans were up front and center for one of their favorite bands, Kutless. Photos by Eliza Marie Somers
Enjoying the scene at HeavenFest.
Itwas a sea of faces as Kutless would say at HeavenFest at Northern Hills Christian Church in Brighton.
Chasen band members Aaron, right, and Evan were on the sidelines for HeavenFest. Evan said he wished he was playing the music festival that drew close to 40,000 fans to Brighton, Colorado. When he was younger he said being on stage made him nervous, but now he loves it.
A chalkboard that stretched about a 100 feet urges concert-goers to express their feelings at HeavenFest this month at Northern Hills Christian Church in Brighton.
Let’s go to the beach, or so it seems at HeavenFest earlier this month at Northern Hills Christian Church in Brighton. Cindy Falcon of Brighton and her daughter, Ashley, 9, enjoy the sun’s rays while they wait for Matthew West to take the main stage.
Emma Pinson, 3, of Thornton enjoys a little Kutless at HeavenFest while her mother and family members keep a close eye on the tot.
Seventh Day Slumber gets the fans involved with their jams at HeavenFest in Brighton, Colorado.
Skillet fans get into the music at HeavenFest.
Fans take in Stellar Kart at HeavenFest as the sun begins to duck behind the clouds.
Stellar Kart fans feel the groove at the front of the stage at HeavenFest.
HeavenFest brings out the emotion in these young fans.
Waiting for the next act to hit one of eight stages at HeavenFest.
Jeremy Sawick and his son, Jeffrey, 8, traveled from Lander, Wyo., to take in HeavenFest at Northern Hills Christian Church in Brighton, Colorado. The trip was a gift from Sawick’s wife.
The wind picked up during Third Day’s performance at HeavenFest, prompting Mac Powell to say his next hairstyle will look like this young man’s with the green mohawk.
Making a fashion statement in the front row at HeavenFest.