I attended the Bands on the Bricks performance by the Nacho Men last evening. Having lived out of state for several years, I was looking forward to enjoying some of Denver’s summer entertainment. We arrived 90 minutes early to assure good seating and were in the first row of chairs just 20 feet back from the stage in order to accommodate the dancers. Once the performance began, the dance area was quickly filled not just by dancers, but also numerous people standing around having private conversations. The Nacho Men show is visual as well as musical, and the only view I had the entire evening was a sea of legs and other body parts. Very disappointing! Couldn’t a higher stage be erected to eliminate this problem or perhaps some segregation arranged to allow everyone to enjoy the party atmosphere? Surely something could be worked out. C’mon Boulder, you can do better.