Dirty Drive-In Series Hits Denver with the Bass

Entertainment starved music lovers, give the rave cave a night off and get ready for some IRL entertainment! Lionshare and Feyline have partnered to bring Colorado its first ever drive in series, Dirty Drive-In. Featuring an absolutely stacked lineup for each of the dates in July, Dirty Drive-In sets up shop at the Mile High Swap Meet Lot in Denver on July 9, 16, 23 and 30.

Inspired by the desire to reignite Denver’s music scene and provide top-notch entertainment to set-starved fans, each night features a dynamic set of supporting acts. Decadon and Templo kick off the July 9th event. On July 16, special guest So Down joins DMVU and G-Space. Zeke Beats, Chee and Ceiva get weird in the best way on July 23 and rounding out the series on July 30, Goldfish teams up with Break Science. The experience will be an full blown audio and visual adventure from the safety of your own parking spot. Nothing like some tasty bass and more on a perfect summer night!

The Dirty Drive-In provides 4 nights of socially-distanced, electrifying fun with strict safety protocols in place to protect all attendees. Temperatures will be taken upon entry which must read under 100.4, and masks are required throughout the event. The event has limited capacity and each car requires one ticket for entry with maximum for each vehicle Vehicles will be spaced out at least 10-12 feet from each other and guidelines will be in place regarding when attendees can exit their vehicle. A variety of food will also be available from the on-site concessions.

Aside from taking safety seriously, the event is one with a very worthy cause. Net proceeds from merch sales at the event will be donated to organizations supporting social equality. The organizers also plan to match the artists that are willing to donate a portion of their fee to the cause. Additionally, there will also be a voter registration area, encouraging Coloradans to vote in the upcoming election and make their voice heard in the fight against systemic racism.

The electronic music community continues to innovate and inspire change even in times of global crisis. This event brings people together in a safe and thoughtful way when many in our scene need the connection that live music brings the most. Tickets are on sale now and spots are very limited so get the squad together and gas up the whip. Click here for details and tickets!

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