After the High Park Fire forced the Mishawaka to cancel five concerts and postpone or relocate four others, including tomorrow’s Lucero concert, which was moved to the Aggie Theatre, the venue will officially reopen tomorrow. The venue will open its restaurant and bar this week and will host its first post-fire concert July 13 with Keller Williams.

“We are eager to start serving our friends and neighbors again and to help bring life back to the Poudre Canyon,” Mishawaka owner Dani Grant said in a news release.

At the Lucero concert tomorrow night at the Aggie, the band will collect donations for the Rist and Poudre Canyon volunteer fire departments.

“The men and women of the Poudre Canyon Fire Protection District successfully beat back the flames and saved the Mishawaka Amphitheatre on multiple occasions. Sadly, we won’t be able to perform up there this time around, but thanks to their efforts we’ll be able come back someday and humbly perform on that stage.”Due to firefighters’ efforts, Mishawaka suffered no damage other than the loss of electrical power, which Grant said resulted in spoiled food.