Indie Rock Takes Center Stage During Underground Music Showcase
DENVER (CBS4) – One of the biggest festivals celebrating indie rock in the nation happens in Denver this summer: the Underground Music Showcase.
The four-day festival includes national and local performers and takes place in the Baker Neighborhood on South Broadway July 18-21.
More than 360 performers will take the stage during that time. There will be big names and small in the world of indie rock.
Lord Huron began as a solo indie folk act featuring Ben Schneider. Now they’ve grown into an impressive band.
Mudhoney is best known for taking on the grunge rock scene in Seattle. Now they’re back with traces of punk and a heavy blues rock.
Small Black out of Brooklyn plays a form of indie rock that has been described as chillwave.
Also on the lineup, The Fresh & Onlys are leading the wave of the new garage rock sound in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Born in the Flood is a local band that’s originally from Missouri but has set roots and grown in Denver’s local music scene.
The music festival has stages all along South Broadway inside restaurants, galleries and clubs and there’s a main stage at Broadway and Archer.
A four-day pass is on sale now for $35 or get a VIP pass for $80. All the proceeds benefit the Denver Post Community Foundation which promotes children, education, literacy and the arts around Colorado.