A more subtle version, at least ensures the organization, of the Coachella Festival is being planned in the state of Colorado in the United States. With stages in Denver’s Overland Park Golf Course, given the conditions of space – its vast expanses of grass and the potential to hold tens of thousands of attendees, the new project promises to be put into shape already next year (2018).
The partnership of the promoter Goldenvoice AEG with one of the responsible bodies of Bonnaroo in Tennessee and Outside Lands in San Francisco, the Superfly, exists since 2010 and will include a wide diversity of musical acts across multiple stages. The new event will run for two days (weekend) and end at 10 pm on both days. It will be expected in the first edition between 30000 to 60000 atendes.
The entities are currently handling the area approval process, however other spaces like Colorado’s Westminster, situated about 10 miles north of Denver, are being considered.