Denver Day of Rock on 16th Street Mall

Denver Day of Rock on 16th Street Mall

On Saturday, May 28, the seventh annual Denver Day of Rock music festival took over the 16th Street Mall, featuring 25 acts from Colorado, like Popfilter and King Cardinal, and from around the U.S., like Muddy Magnolias from Nashville, on five outdoor stages. The event was free, but donations benefitted Amp the Cause, which seeks to improve the lives of children. All photos by Brandon Marshall.


On Saturday, May 28, the seventh annual Denver Day of Rock music festival took over the 16th Street Mall, featuring 25 acts from Colorado, like Popfilter and King Cardinal, and from around the U.S., like Muddy Magnolias from Nashville, on five outdoor stages. The event was free, but donations benefitted Amp the Cause, which seeks to improve the lives of children. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
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