Geller Center celebrates local music and artwork at Xaniscape festival Saturday

Veronica Baas

The Geller Center's sign and sculpture in front of the Center on Howes Street. The Center is a place for students and residents of Fort Collins to gather and talk openly about spirituality.
The Geller Center’s sign and sculpture in front of the Center on Howes Street. The Center has hosted Xaniscape for the past three years for residents to celebrate the city of Fort Collins.

Saturday Sept. 13 Fort Collins will come together to celebrate local food, art and beer at Xaniscape 2014. The annual festival will be held at the Geller Center, a spiritual development center located at 629 S. Howes St. The doors open at 2:30 p.m. and acts begin at 3 p.m.

Tickets are currently being sold online at or at the Geller Center during office hours. General admission tickets are $10, and students with a CSU ID will be charged $5. All-day passes are also being sold for $25, which include two drinks and a face painting.


A limited number of 300 tickets are being sold this year.

It is an opportunity for Fort Collins locals to enjoy live music, fresh food and establish a local connection to a timeless place.


3:00- Chamber Music Duo

4:15- Blue Grama Bluegrass

5:30- Geller Center Mortgage Composting Celebration

6:00- Cosmic Lum

7:00- Swashbuckling Doctors

8:00- Archie Funker

Collegian Reporter Veronica Baas can be reached at and on @vcbaas.