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Project Pabst in RiNo, Where the Music Flowed Like Light Beer

Project Pabst in RiNo, Where the Music Flowed Like Light Beer

Project Pabst festival-goers flooded the streets of RiNo on Saturday, May 21, to get down with an eclectic musical lineup and the ubiquitous light beer. Performers on two outdoor stages and multiple indoor stages included the Coathangers, Big K.R.I.T., Charles Bradley, Violent Femmes and headlining hometown heroes Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats. The festival closed off the 2700 block of Larimer and also featured a statue of a giant silver unicorn with a glowing horn. (Yet another missed opportunity for Blucifer to make a friend. Maybe next year.) All photos by Scott Lentz.


Project Pabst festival-goers flooded the streets of RiNo on Saturday, May 21, to get down with an eclectic musical lineup and the ubiquitous light beer. Performers on two outdoor stages and multiple indoor stages included the Coathangers, Big K.R.I.T., Charles Bradley, Violent Femmes and headlining hometown heroes Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats. The festival closed off the 2700 block of Larimer and also featured a statue of a giant silver unicorn with a glowing horn. (Yet another missed opportunity for Blucifer to make a friend. Maybe next year.) All photos by Scott Lentz.

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