The 5th Annual LoHi Music Festival will be held on Saturday, June 13, 2015, at 32nd Avenue & Vallejo right in the heart of Denver, across from Highland Tap & Burger in the Lower Highlands. Today, organizers are proud to announce the addition of the fast-picking Nashville wunderkinds, The Infamous Stringdusters, to the already-stacked lineup featuring Kung Fu, Hot Buttered Rum, Roosevelt Collier's Colorado Get Down, The Malah, Joey Porter's Vital Organ and Vine Street Vibes. And as always, festival goers can expect special guest performers throughout the day.
It wouldn't be the LoHi Music Festival without a theme for patrons to gear up in their best festy flair and costumes to strut their stuff on the dance floor. The 2015 Safari theme is sure to be one for the books. Complete with an ambiance team made up of safari animals running loose in the street, expect hoopers, amazing lighting rigs and drones to capture the entire spectacle. Food is always a highlight at the festival and this year patrons can enjoy delicious eats from the Highland Tap & Burger, Uncle and the maiden voyage of Bar Dough's pizzas. The festival will also welcome back the leading national authority in zero waste management, ZeroHero. ZeroHero empowers people with the knowledge and systems needed to easily recycle, compost and divert waste from the events.
Presented for the second year in a row by Beverage Distributors, The Lohi Music Festival VIP area and all the bars will feature the best in local and national spirits, wine and beer. A VIP ticket will include access to the VIP tent, viewing area and private bathrooms plus food and drinks. The festival will once again benefit the local non-profit organization, Denver Police Officers Foundation, showing support by helping to supplement officers' off-duty pay.
The six masterminds behind the Highland Tap & Burger created LoHi Music Festival with the goal of producing a street fair featuring the best of what Colorado has to offer. "By bringing a full scale music festival to the neighborhood, we hope to help create a better sense of community with the ability to meet and socialize with your neighbors. Here we are, five years later, and our vision has grown into one of the largest and most reputable city festivals in Denver." said Paul Brown, one of the Highland Tap & Burger owners and lead producer of LoHi Music Festival. "There is just something about being able to walk to a neighborhood party that features local bands and sponsors that makes people smile."
The festival doesn't simply end when the headliner is over. The festivities continue at Cervantes for the Official After Party featuring Hot Buttered Rum & Friends, Kung Fu & The Malah. Tickets for the festival and after party are onsale now at http://lohimusicfestival.com/