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LOHI Music Festival 2016- Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra), Poor Man's Whiskey performs "Graceland", Jen Hartswick & Natalie Cressman of the Trey Anastasio Band, Jason Hann of The String Cheese Incident as Artists at Large, Analog Son, Greener Grounds, Rastasaurus, Whip Snap
Plus After party show at Cervantes: Everyone Orchestra & Incidental Animals (Members of ALO/SCI/TAB) Special Guests to be announced, Poor Man's Whiskey (Must buy a LOHI festival ticket for late night admission)
LOHI Music Festival will promote a music centric event in beautiful Lower Highland, Denver (In front of Highland Tap & Burger/Bar Dough). The festival will feature an array of internationally known bands for music enthusiasts and families alike. We have set the stage for our 6th annual event(s) that will bring people from all over the country and benefit the economy of Denver and its surrounding communities. A significant portion of the proceeds will go to a local non-profit.
Kyle Hollingsworth plays keyboards for The String Cheese Incident, an American jamband from Boulder, Colorado. He released a solo album, in 2004, and toured briefly in suppor... View artist
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe (KDTU) is a jazz/funk/rock group from San Diego, California. Members include Denson, Chris Littlefield, Brian Jordan, Ron Johnson, David Veith, and J... View artist
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