03:07 PM on 07/02/14
Nooooo! The Denver Broncos!? :(
I don't get what's happening at this festival.
03:26 PM on 07/02/14
The free stuff is incredible, I don't know why you would need to buy a ticket. I would love for something like this to come to my area.
03:55 PM on 07/02/14
I found a spark in the normal.
Still not sure what they are aiming for here.
04:00 PM on 07/02/14
I'm curious to see how this pans out, but am stoked that something as (awkwardly?) diverse as this is happening here and hope it works so that it can continue, grow, and get better. A lot of the locals playing are seriously great and I'm excited to see them get this exposure.
As for my attendance? It'll depend on who's playing where and what day. The after party shows might be more my thing if I can see the bands I like all at once in more intimate settings. Doesn't help that I'll be seeing a lot of them a few weeks later at Riotfest.
10:16 PM on 07/02/14
Why does scum like R. Kelly still get work?
10:20 PM on 07/02/14
We live in a world where modern baseball gets higher billing than afroman
11:08 PM on 07/02/14
It fills you with determination.
This is a cool festival and idea, but people really need to stop putting R. Kelly on their festivals.
08:26 AM on 07/03/14
10:48 AM on 07/03/14
Because he is an amazing performer with a great voice.
12:40 PM on 07/03/14
You all must have missed Black Panties last year.
R. Kelly is a lyrical God. Check out this for a line:
"Cook-cook-cook-cook I'm a cookie monster. Break yo' back, crack it open like a lobster!"
Y'all need to get off the hate train and pay some respect to his genius.
Buy The Music