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The Colorado Bands Playing Grandoozy

Gasoline Lollipops is one of four Colorado bands selected by Superfly to play Grandoozy.
Gasoline Lollipops is one of four Colorado bands selected by Superfly to play Grandoozy.
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Today we reported that Grandoozy will be bringing a star-studded lineup to the Overland Park Golf Course in Denver this year, including Kendrick Lamar, Florence and the Machine and Stevie Wonder.

The festival, which bills itself as Colorado-centric, will showcase at least four local acts. They are:


Gasoline Lollipops

Gasoline Lollipops, a macabre, high-octane, punk-inspired country band, is led by the turbulent Clay Rose. The act just released Soul Mine.


Tennis

The retro husband-wife duo Tennis has been making waves on the festival circuit for several years. Last year, the act put out its fifth album, Yours Conditionally.


Dragondeer

Denver psych-blues outfit Dragondeer just celebrated the release of its debut full-length, If You Got the Blues. "The album showcases [Eric] Halborg’s raw voice, rambling harmonica solos and bluesy, groovy instrumentation that fuses it all together," writes Westword's Sage Marshall.


Flaural

The rockers in Flaural describe their sound as "new wave/psych pop," but in truth, it transcends genres. “I think we're pretty good as a band at jamming together and [zoning] out and [starting] crazy noises, because we're into textures and layers, and then [we] let the songs write themselves,” singer and bassist Collin Johnson told Westword.

A Capital One Cardholder presale starts Wednesday, March 21, at 10 a.m. and goes through Thursday, March 22, at 11:59 p.m.; general admission tickets go on sale Friday, March 23, at 10 a.m. Tickets start at $224.50 for general admission for three days, and $599.50 for VIP tickets. All can be purchased at the Grandoozy website.

Read the full Grandoozy lineup here.

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