Mile High Spirits is throwing an EDM block party this fall
Topping the lineup: Dillon Francis, Cashmere Cat and Goldfish.
Mile High Spirits is shutting down its piece of Larimer Street this fall and throwing an EDM block party.
Dillon Francis will headline the show on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Filling out the rest of the lineup: Cashmere Cat, Goldfish, Manila Killa, Y2K, Option4, Hex Cougar, Toy Box, Zotti, Chuck Sutton, Shitty Princess and Mean Team, according to a press release.
The Mile High Spirits Block Party will last from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. and feature two stages within the 2200 block of Larimer St. It’s being produced in partnership with local artist management and production company Feyline.
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