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Mumford & Sons add second Denver show

The pop-folk revolution may be over, but Mumford & Sons is still a hot ticket. Last week, the Denver Post tipped the English band's Greenwood Village show to sell out quick (and it did), suggesting five ways fans could increase their chances of scoring a ticket before scalpers and ticketbots swooped them all up.

Ed Sheeran target of $20 million copyright lawsuit

LOS ANGELES (AP) — British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is facing a $20 million lawsuit alleging he used another song as the basis for his international hit "Photograph." The suit accusing him of copyright infringement was filed Wednesday in Los Angeles by Martin Harrington and Tom Leonard, composers of the song "Amazing." City News Service cites court documents that say "Amazing" and "Photograph" are nearly identical in pitch, tempo and structure.

Oskar Blues to open new music venue in LoDo

Longmont-based brewery Oskar Blues is planning to open a new music venue/restaurant in LoDo next summer. Oskar Blues Fooderies, the restaurant-forward branch of the company, has signed a deal to take over the space at 1624 Market Street, the two-story, the 11,000 square-foot space above the still-operational Pat's Philly Cheesesteaks.

Inaugural High Elevation Rock Festival announces lineup

Is there a carrying capacity for energy drink sponsored music events? Monster Energy Drink is banking on "no." With the help of AEG Live, the caffeine-infused beverage company will introduce its inaugural High Elevation Rock Festival to Greenwood Village's Fiddler's Green Amphitheater on September 10.