Superfly Takes Aim At Denver
Superfly is closer to producing a large Denver music festival as the city’s Office of Special Events has given its blessing to move forward with an event at Overland Park Golf Course.
AEG Presents, once said to be partnering with Superfly on a festival project, has pulled back but continues to lend at least moral support to a Denver-area festival modeled after San Francisco’s Outside Lands, also co-produced by Superfly.
“We have worked with Superfly for many years and know that their high standards for producing exceptional events will result in a festival that Denver and Colorado will be proud of,” AEG Presents Rocky Mountains’ CEO Chuck Morris said in a statement reported by the Denver Post.
The next step for Superfly is to negotiate and agree upon a contract with the City of Denver, followed by a city council vote for final approval.
If everything goes according to plan, a three-day festival attracting 30,000 to 60,000 music fans per day could make its Denver debut in 2018. to plan, a three-day festival attracting 30,000 to 60,000 music fans per day could make its Denver debut in 2018.