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Fall Fest Musical Line-up

Our 35th Annual Fall Fest brings a great weekend of live, local music! Below find descriptions and links to the Band's websites - as well as sound clips (where provided).

All performances take place at the Quantum Fiber Performance Stage on the 1300 Block of the Pearl Street Mall.

Mono Verde Collective

Friday, September 22 | 5 - 6:30 pm

Mono Verde Collective is a Denver local Latin Reggae band with international flavors. MVC was created 15 years ago with the purpose to elevate consciousness around social topics through music and cultural exchange, as it reflects in the title of their first album Ensamblando Culturas. MVC members are from Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and the US,mixing rhythms from all the American continent to create a unique sound within the reggae genre.

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Brothers of Brass

Friday, September 22 | 7 - 9 pm

The Brothers of Brass has its roots in the chance meeting and collaboration of two street performers on The 16th Street Mall in Denver, Colorado. Already one of the premier street bands in the country, now they are trying to take it to the stage. Having already played some of Denver’s finest stages, and having released their first full length album “Street Life Vol. I” last year, they are now on a mission to bring our music to stages across the U.S. and the world at large! With influences ranging from R&B to southern brass and psychedelic jam rock to trap hip hop, Brothers of Brass boasts a wide musical lexicon with a little something for everyone!

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Boulder Suzuki Strings

Saturday, September 23 | 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Bring the kids for this ensemble performance from local string school, Boulder Suzuki Strings. They offer private lessons and group classes in violin, viola and cello for students ages 4 through high school, as well as early childhood education classes for children ages 0-4 through our Prelude Music program.

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Dylan Kishner Band

Saturday, September 23 | 1 - 2:30 pm

Creating Y’all-ternative music for the masses, Dylan Kishner-Lopez uses a blend of Country, Jam, Rock, and Singer/Songwriter styles to create a unique and expansive sound that embodies the spirit of the West.
The Dylan Kishner Band has been gigging regularly in Colorado since 2017 and has shared the stage with many local and national touring acts. The group’s influences include Tyler Childers, John Prine, Grateful Dead, Queens of the Stone Age, Toad the Wet Sprocket, and Old 97’s (among countless others). The DKB has two studio releases, a live album, and three studio singles under its belt and continues to produce music regularly.

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Saturday, September 23 | 3 - 4:30 pm

This 10-piece genre-defying band playing music steeped in the traditional music of Southern Africa with traditional and modern instrumentation. The sound is a powerful blend of vocals, traditional African instruments, drumset, and electric and bass guitars. The songs and grooves are unique, captivating and most of all, uplifting.

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Nik Parr & The Selfless Lovers

Saturday, September 23 | 5 - 6:30 pm

Nik Parr’s original music is a high-energy piano-driven rock n’ roll endeavor with strong soul, funk and blues influences. Parr’s band is built around his piano playing and singing, with an ear for catchy, danceable and widely appealing new songs. The show is made even more unique as Nik switches seamlessly from the saxophone to the piano in between singing, working the crowd and directing his band - and he even plays the two instruments at the same time. Nik Parr and his band, The Selfless Lovers, have toured the country for five years playing over 150 show dates annually. The band has released two full length albums “The Selfless Lovers” and “When The Bars Close” and will be releasing their highly anticipated “Promised Land” in 2023.

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Los Mocochetes

Saturday, September 23 | 7 - 9 pm

Los Mocochetes is a Xicano/Funk band from the ancestral, occupied and unceded lands of the indigineous peoples of the area now known as Denver, Colorado. With deep roots from the Mora Valley in northern Nuevo Mexico and to the south from Juarez, MX. By combining elements of cumbia, reggae, hip-hop, rock, funk, and more, Los Mocochetes composes music to unite the gente and create revolutionary music you can dance to.

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Jenn Cleary

Sunday, September 24 | 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Jenn Cleary is a folk-rock singer-songwriter from Boulder, Colorado, with many years’ experience performing on international stages. Highlight shows include Colorado Rockies games, Sundance Film, Blues and Folks Festivals and multiple European tours. She has a range of song styles and performs bluesy, acoustic shows to all-ages audiences. Her children’s shows blend full-on fun with environmental and social consciousness.

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Sunday, September 24 | 1 - 2:30 pm

Since 2021 Libélula has captivated audiences across Colorado's Front Range. Their music is both exciting and soulful, blending Funk and Groove with R&B and Jazz.
With powerful, soaring vocals and enthralling improvisations, Libélula's exhilarating sound brings audiences to their feet and dancers to the dance floor!

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Rolling Harvest

Sunday 3 - 5 pm

Rolling Harvest is a tribute to the legendary songs of Bob Dylan and Neil Young featuring veterans of beloved Colorado bands such as Gasoline Lollipops, the Yawpers and the Velveteers.

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