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Bohemian Nights announces 10th anniversary lineup for Fort Collins’ NewWestFest

Fort Collins-based NewWestFest announced its 10th anniversary Bohemian Nights Colorado music schedule, including more than 75 acts. (Photo provided by Bohemian Nights)

Fort Collins-based NewWestFest announced its 10th anniversary Bohemian Nights Colorado music schedule, including more than 75 acts. (Photo provided by Bohemian Nights)

More than 70 Colorado bands will perform at this summer’s Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest, the Fort Collins-based community and music festival, organizers announced.

The artists span a number of genres and audiences, from the lilting ukulele of Danielle Ate the Sandwich and experimental art-pop of Ian Cooke to the bluesy swagger of Calder’s Revolvers, the Tex-Mex/country of Chicano Heat, the dub reggae of Knocean and the kid-oriented music of Doctor Noize.

Music performances will run on six separate stages 5-10 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 15, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 16, and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sunday. Each evening, a national headliner will be featured at the Mountain Avenue Stage — although they won’t be announced until June 9.

Last year the headliners included Leon Russell, Ben Harper and the Samples.

NewWestFest joins the June 21 Westword Music Showcase and The Denver Post’s own UMS (Underground Music Showcase), which takes place July 24-27, in showcasing hundreds of local acts alongside national headliners.

Check out the full list of performers below and visit bohemiannights.org for the festival schedule and for more information.

1. Arthur Lee Land
2. Blue Canyon Boys
3. Blue Grama
4. Bonnie & the Clydes
5. Calder’s Revolvers
6. Carlton Pride & Mighty Zion
7. Cary Morin
8. Chicano Heat
9. Chimney Choir
10. Chris Daniels & The Kings with Freddi
11. Danielle Ate the Sandwich
12. Danny Shafer
13. David Williams
14. Doctor Noize
15. Drag the River
16. Esmé Patterson
17. Eufórquestra
18. Fierce Bad Rabbit
19. Grant Sabin Band
20. Gypsy Swing Revue
21. Halden Wofford & the Hi Beams
22. HOSS
23. Ian Cooke
24. In the Whale
25. Jason Downing
26. Jennifer Lane
27. Joe Johnson
28. Joe Sampson
29. Julie Hoest
30. Jumpin Jazz Kids
31. Katie Glassman and Snapshot
32. Katie Herzig
33. Ken Walker Sextet
34. Knocean
35. Liz Barnez
36. M.Florea
37. Mama Lenny and the Remedy
38. Mary Sue Thompson
39. Matt Campbell
40. Matt Skinner Band
41. Megan Burtt
42. Mosey West
43. Native Daughters
44. Pandas & People
45. Post Paradise
46. Prime Element
47. Qbala & Dominic Deadbeat
48. Richie Furay
49. Shellist & Hundt
50. Shannon Fitzsimmons
51. Shatterproof
52. Slim Cessna’s Auto Club
53. Slow Caves
54. Soul School
55. Sour Boy, Bitter Girl
56. SuperCollider
57. Taylor Scott
58. The Burroughs
59. The Holler!
60. The Jekylls
61. The Patti Fiasco
62. The Reminders
63. The Ryan Fourt Trio featuring Briana Carrasquillo
64. The Subdudes
65. The Swashbuckling Doctors
66. The Widow’s Bane
67. The Wild After
68. The Yawpers
69. Von Stomper
70. Wasteland Hop
71. West Water Outlaws
72. Wiredogs
73. You Me & Apollo
74. Little Kids Rock Tavelli
75. Little Kids Rock Riffenburgh
76. Little Kids Rock Polaris

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John Wenzel is an A&E reporter and critic for The Denver Post. Follow him @johnwenzel.

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