RBC | The Tank Center for Sonic Arts is returning to a normal schedule of concerts and visits for its 2021 season, starting May 1. Festivities and regular programs include the fifth annual Solstice Festival, […]
Trick-or-treat at the White River Museum MEEKER | Trick-or-treaters young and old are invited to stop by the White River Museum on Saturday, Oct. 31 for some “night at the museum” style Halloween fun from […]
On the evening of Oct. 23, a lucky few attended the Thomas Helton, Bill Aspinwall and The Eben G. Fine Band performance at the Rangely Jr./Sr. High School auditorium. This was the finale concert for […]
RBC | The Rio Blanco County Board of Commissioners heard from Jim Paul, the director for the Tank Center for Sonic Arts in Rangely, on Tuesday in Rangely. The Tank, a non-profit organization, is hoping […]
RANGELY | The concert finale for the 2019 season of the Tank will be Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 6:30-8:15 p.m. at Rangely High School auditorium. Musicians from Texas, Leadville and the Front Range will play […]
Fort Lewis College Choral Program students journeyed from Durango to Rangely to perform a free concert in the Tank Center for Sonic Arts on Friday, Sept. 27. Under the direction of Dr. Charissa Chiaravalloti the choir […]
RANGELY | Did you know that The Tank Center for Sonic Arts was just listed by Colorado.com as No. 3 of Colorado’s top 10 best small-town music venues?
A diverse crowd enjoyed Tank sounds at the 2019 Solstice Festival on Friday, June 21. Roxie Fromang Photo
RANGELY I The Tank Center for Sonic Arts had a few events in hopes of bringing more talent and film potential to The Tank and to Rangely during the weekend of April 27-30.