Rocky Mountain Music Festival Fills a Mile High Gap

Bo Deans playing on stage

The Bo Deans

July 7,2011 – Denver, CO – The passing of the annual Mile High Music Festival saddened many of Colorado’s avid festival-goers and music lovers, but they can expect to get some music comfort this coming August at the ‘Rocky Mountain Music Festival’.

The official Mile High Music Festival web site and Facebook page announced the cancellation of the anticipated show on March


Desert Rose posing in front of an old theater marquis

Desert Rose Band's Only Performance in 2011

1st, leaving many disappointed fans wondering if there would be anything to fill the void.
 
97.3 KBCO, Heineken, Prestige Imports, and Red Stag Productions present The ROCKY MOUNTAIN MUSIC FESTIVAL and welcome NATIONAL HEADLINERS TO DENVER, including


Everclear, The BoDeans, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and The Desert Rose Band to perform Sunday, August 28th. It will be held on the grounds of the beautiful, 700-acre Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield.

‘RMMF’ will provide four musical performance stages: Rock-Pop, Blues, Country-Rock and Acoustic.

 
From 11am-8pm, 15 local bands and musicians will entertain the expected 5000 festival-goers by showcasing some of Colorado’s best musical talent. Colorado’s local musicians will open for the national headliners.

With 100 food, beer, and merchandise vendors and plenty of kids’ activities, the Rocky Mountain Music Festival looks to provide a fun and affordable family-friendly event.

It Pays to be Early!

Discount Tickets on sale. The first 1000 adult General Admission tickets sold will be at a discount (‘early bird’) only $35 ($48 at the gate). Kids 12 and under are free. Youth ages 13-17 are $20. VIP Tickets are limited at $58 adults, $26 Youth Visit http://www.therockymountainmusicfestival.com for more information.

Family Resource Center Association

A portion of the proceeds from the festival will also help benefit the Family Resource Center Association and seven Denver-area family resource centers: Denver Indian Family Resource Center, Focus Points Family Resource Center, Lowry Family Center, Four Mile Family Resource Center, Aurora Community Connection, Parenting Place, and Mountain Resource Center. For more information, see www.cofamilycenters.org.

Band walking down a hall way

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