Great American Techno Festival lineup revealed

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Technoheads, mark your calendars! The lineup for the second annual Great American Techno Festival -- slated to take place this year at Beta, Casselman's, NORAD Dance Bar and Skyline Park from Thursday, September 13 through Sunday, September 16 -- has just been announced. Last year, techno ambassador John Templeton and a small army of volunteers working with a limited budget put together an impressive four-day event that included some of the biggest acts in American techno playing alongside many of Denver's best producers and DJs. This year's lineup -- which features heavyweights like Detroit legend Kevin Saunderson and Los Angeles's John Tejada -- is bigger and better. Page down to see the entire bill.

Great American Techno Festival 2012 Denver, CO

Kevin Saunderson (Detroit, MI) John Tejada (Los Angeles, CA) Mike Parker (Buffalo, NY) Rrose (Washington, D.C.) Drumcell (Los Angeles, CA) Raiz (Los Angeles, CA) Deepak Sharma (New York, NY) Donor (Brooklyn, NY) Jason Short (Jacksonville, FL) Tiari (Detroit, MI) Oonaslim (San Francisco, CA) Dela (Milwaukee, WI)

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