Superfly Presents — the organizers behind festival titans Bonnaroo and Outside Lands — have been working for over a year with the City of Denver to bring a brand new super festival to Colorado. Last August, Denver’s city council voted 10-3 approving the festival for 2018.

In a recent press conference, Superfly has now announced Denver’s newest festival will officially take place on September 14-16, 2018, and the name has been revealed as Grandoozy Music Festival. The best news, however, is that the monstrous line-up announce is only a few weeks away with a reveal slated for March 20th.

The three-day festival will bring 30,000-60,000 attendees to Overland Golf Course, located just south of downtown Denver, and is projected to generate $2 million in ticket sales. Attendance is expected to double in the festival’s second year.

The festival will not host a camping site, but will include culinary, art, beer and outdoor experiences in addition to it’s multi-genre music experience.

The city’s approval granted Superfly a five-year contract at the golf course. If all goes well in its first year, the mainstream festival experience will be something Coloradans can look forward to every September.

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Written by Ryan Morse

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