We are traveling to Denver this summer and we wanted to share with you all some of the best damn musical festivals that are coming up!
Best New Festival in Denver, CO
WAVE: Light + Water + Sound, Breckenridge
BreckCreate aims a little higher than the usual mountain-town arts organization, taking simple “festivals” to new levels. Seriously, it is out of this world! WAVE, an early-season spectacle inspired by Scottsdale’s Canal Convergence that debuted in Breckenridge last summer, spread interactive artworks and music throughout the town, inviting tourists and townies alike to experience a big-city art experience at a higher elevation. Best part is that WAVE will return this year on June 1, bringing another round of exciting water projections and adventures in light and sound to Breckenridge as it gears back up for the summer season. You seriously DO NOT want to miss out on this awesome festival. If you’re looking fot another great alternative check out Punching Mule Music Festival.
Denver’s Best EDM Festival is Cloak and Dagger
Brennen Bryarly has built a bit of an electronic-dance music empire over the past several years. Bryarly releases house music as Option4 and has organized shows locally and nationally that offer an array of dance-oriented artists. Since 2014, he’s put his wide net of contacts and great musical taste to use at Cloak & Dagger every single year. This the EDM festival to go especially at City Hall and Vinyl, which brings together commercial and underground acts. Bryarly invites both local and national performers to have one hell of an EDM party! Nowhere in Denver is the EDM scene more diverse, or more alive, than at this festival.
Best Kept Secret Music Festival in Denver
Rocky Mountain Low
Heavy Dose Records head Brian Castillo and Reed Bruemmer of the band Poison Rites came up in Denver’s underground music scene, regularly catching shows at local dive bars and DIY venues. Eventually they joined forces to re-create that small-venue neighborhood vibe at a musical festival they’d both want to attend. Scheduled in the summer across four days at venues between Larimer Lounge and Meadowlark Bar, Rocky Mountain Low brings together legendary punk bands like DRI with exciting underground bands including Protomartyr, Echo Beds and Hide. Seriously, if you really want to see some awesome underground music, you have to check this festival out.
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