Divide Music Festival. Photo by: the Divide Music Festival
Divide Music Festival. Photo by: the Divide Music Festival

CAKE, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Set to Perform

The Divide Music Festival is launching their inaugural event just 90 minutes away from Denver, Colorado.

Blondie, Passion Pit, CAKE, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Kid Cudi, The Fray, Miike Snow, JR JR, Bleachers, and Saint Motel.


Colorado natives Gipsy Moon, Foxfield Four, Edison, POPFILTER, and One Flew West are set to hit the stage in the scenic Colorado Rocky Mountains. Scan over the daily lineup via their main website.

The festival organizers has noted:

This year, the Divide Music Festival is teaming up with three major Colorado craft breweries to offer a range of styles for tasting enjoyment. For the beer connoisseur, this year’s inaugural festival is showcasing the following flavors to make this event the ‘hoppiest’ music festival set in the Rocky Mountains:

• Great Divide Brewing Co: New Denver Pale Ale, Titan IPA, Hoss Oktoberfest Lager and Colette Farmhouse Ale

• Ska Brewing Company: Mexican Logger, Modus Mandarina IPA, Modus Operandi IPA, True Blonde Ale

• Odell Brewing Co.: 90 Shilling Ale, Drumroll Pale Ale, Loose Leaf Session and IPA Special brews will be showcased and served for VIP ticket holders.

Tickets for the three-day VIP experience are $345 and include exclusive seating and shaded areas, front stage access, special beer samples, separate restrooms and other amenities.

“We are creating a one-of-a-kind experience where world-class artists and music fans from across the country gather in the Colorado Rocky Mountains for a weekend of unforgettable fun,” said Jason Ornstein, owner of Team Player Productions and founder of ‘The Divide Music Festival’.

Buy daily, 3-day General Admission and VIP tickets via the Divide Music Festival’s main website.


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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.