DENVER (CBS4) – A decision on the Overland Music Festival is expected Monday night.
The Denver City Council plans to hold their final vote on the project during their meeting.
The three-day music festival would mean thousands of dollars of revenue for the city.
But those living close to the area have pushed back against the project because they are worried about noise and pollution.
The meeting begins at Denver’s City and County Building at 5:30 p.m.
if approved, the festival would take place in September 2018 and for several years afterwards.