The Westword Music Showcase, presented by Breckenridge Brewery, was already Denver's biggest one-day music festival — but now we're adding even more headliners to the event set for Saturday, June 29, in the Golden Triangle.
Earlier this year we announced JAUZ, Bishop Briggs, Crooked Colours, lovelytheband and SHAED as headliners for the two main stages. Today we're making this 25th Showcase even bigger with four more national acts, including the Scottish synth-pop giant CHVRCHES and Jai Wolf, the electronic music producer behind "Indian Summer."
Also new to the lineup: funky electronic duo the Knocks and alt-rockers the Wrecks.
Here are music videos from all of the 2019 Westword Music Showcase national acts.
In addition to these national headliners, dozens of Denver bands, selected by a nominating committee of more than 250 music fans and industry reps, will take to the stage at venues throughout the Golden Triangle on Saturday, June 29.
Tickets, which run $52.80 for general admission and $85 for VIP, are available at Eventbrite.
For more information, go to the Westword Music Showcase website.
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