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Ten Stories About Music-Festival Drama

The promised land is over there somewhere.
The promised land is over there somewhere.
Andy Hermann
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As Denverites weigh whether to bring a new music festival to Overland Park Golf Course, we think it's time to review some of our past coverage of music-festival drama. Here are ten stories looking at messy music-festival history in Denver and beyond.

1. Social Media Is Ruining Music Festivals
2. There Are No More "First-Ever" Art or Music Festivals in Denver
3. The Importance of Actual Diversity in Music-Festival Lineups
4. Mile High Music Festival Not Happening

The promised land is over there somewhere.
The promised land is over there somewhere.
Andy Hermann

5. Music Festival Nightmare: Here's What It's Like to Lose Your Phone at Coachella

Read on for more music-festival drama.
6. How Not to Talk to a Woman at a Music Festival (or Anywhere Else)

The People's Fair
The People's Fair
Brandon Marshall

7. Changes Coming to People's Fair and Oldest Registered Neighborhood Group
8. Chive Fest Hopes to Be Among City Park's First Major Music Festivals, Despite Concerns
9. Was India Arie's Brother Arrested at Mile High Music Festival?

The closing slide in the AEG/Superfly presentation about a potential music festival in Denver.EXPAND
The closing slide in the AEG/Superfly presentation about a potential music festival in Denver.
Kyle Harris

10. Denver Debates Hosting a Massive Coachella-Like Music Fest on Public Land

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