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New Bands Added to Westword Showcase Main Stage Lineup

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Two bands have been added to the lineups for the main stages at the 2016 Westword Music Showcase on Saturday, June 25, 2016: Chef'Special and Denver's own 888

Chef’Special, a Dutch alternative folk-pop band from Haarlem, Netherlands, will join Dillon Francis, Matt and Kim, Health, and Black Pistol Fire on the Coors Light Stage.

888 is the Denver-based alternative pop-rock band that won Channel 93.3’s Hometown for the Holidays 2015 competition; local music fans may recognize bandmembers from their previous popular metalcore project, Drop Dead, Gorgeous. 888 will perform on the Bannock Street Stage, joining other KTCL favorites Cold War Kids, New Politics, Brick + Mortar and Grizfolk. 

Here's the lineup:

Coors Light Stage
Dillon Francis
Matt and Kim
Health
Black Pistol Fire
Chef'Special

Bannock Street Stage
Cold War Kids
New Politics
Brick + Mortar
Grizfolk
888

Stay tuned to westword.com/music for more updates on the festival, including the rest of the lineup, featuring more than 100 local bands.

The 2016 Westword Music Showcase returns to the Golden Triangle on Saturday, June 25, with Dillon Francis, Cold War Kids, Matt and Kim and more, as well as more than 100 Denver bands across a dozen stages. Get your tickets for the 2016 Westword Music Showcase here

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