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Gallery: KCSU’s Fools Fest rocks Sutherland Garden

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  • Feed Lot gives its audience a punk rock performance at the annual Fools Fest presented by KCSU at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Ruby Secrest
  • Mia Daly enjoys the nice weather, punk music and free vendors at the Lory Student Center during KCSU’s annual Fools Fest at Colorado State University April.

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  • KSCU puts on their annual Fools Fest, celebrating the local music scene of Fort Collins at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Ruby Secrest
  • Ian Ehrhart of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver sings while Riley Merino plays bass at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Jesus Christ Taxi Driver gets the crowd involved at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Ian Ehrhart of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver gives a playful performance engaging the audience at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Riley Merino, Colin Kelly and Ian Ehrhart of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver sing harmonies at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Riley Merino and Ian Ehrhart of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Colin Kelly of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver gives the audience an emotionally charged guitar solo at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Lead singer for Jesus Christ Taxi Driver Ian Ehrhart at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • From left to right, Riley Merino, Ian Ehrhart and Colin Kelly give a performative jam at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Will Ehrhart keeps the beat for Jesus Christ Taxi Driver at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Ian Ehrhart of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver plays during Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Aedyn Simon, drummer for The Skratchmen, plays during Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Jenison Brown of The Skratchmen gives the audience a raunchy guitar solo during Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • From left to right, Riley Hilbert, Jenison Brown and Aedyn Simon jam at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • From left to right, Aedyn Simon, Riley Hilbert and Jenison Brown of The Skratchmen jam at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
  • Jenison Brown, guitarist of local Fort Collins band The Skratchmen, at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

    Collegian | Abigail Burns
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