Superfly and the City of Denver announced on Thursday, April 27, that they would be moving forward with contract negotiations on a project that would bring a massive music festival to the city-owned Overland Park Golf Course.
Some readers wrote in with enthusiasm about the project; others accused the city of selling out our public parks.
Here are a few of the comments:
When Denver is done pimping our parks, what's next?
I think Denver residents should get a vote on this one.
It needs to be banned. Denver step in don't allow the dirtbags to trash our community like the 4/20 scum did!
A new place for the homeless to sleep after the golf course is destroyed.
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Haha get off my lawn comments are hilarious. Come on nerds. Think big picture here.
Whiners...This is great for the local economy. Look up what Outside Lands does.
What do you think? Will a new music festival on this publicly owned golf course be a benefit for the city or a scourge for the community?