The 2015 Artopia Lineup Features the Reminders, Wheelchair Sports Camp and More

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Artopia, Westword's annual celebration of art, culture and fashion, returns to City Hall on February 21. Tickets start at $25 for general admission and are on sale now.

As always, the event will feature some highlights from Colorado's music scene as well -- this year, electric hip-hop duo the Reminders will play a headlining set in the venue's amphitheater space, and over a dozen other groups and artists will perform on four stages. The complete lineup is below!

See also: Artopia 2014 (Photos)

Artopia 2015 Lineup (Music)

Ampitheatre The Reminders Wheelchair Sports Camp

South Room The Colorado Symphony Orchestra (quartet) Venus Cruz Plume Varia Dragondeer (acoustic) Tommy Freed and Gabriella Gutierrez-Reed

Main Room DJ Awhat! Mike and Rose SF1 DJ J'Adore

Cue Room Spencer Foreman DJ Wushu DJ ISH DJ A-L

In addition to the performances, there will be several multi-sensory art installations and exhibits curated by Jolt of Guerilla Garden. And as always, Artopia will include Whiteout -- Westword's annual fashion show, this year featuring DJ Rockstar Aaron. Check Backbeat in the coming weeks for more information about this year's lineup of musicians.

For more information, visit the Artopia website.

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