The Westword Music Showcase returns to Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood this Saturday. With more than 100 acts scheduled across 15 stages, the event brings some of Colorado's most renowned artists together with nationally acclaimed performers like Flume, The Black Angels and MisterWives.
Here's a sampling of some of the artists set to play the event, and footage of them in the CPR Performance Studio. Check out the videos below and find out when and where they'll play on Saturday. And visit our website Saturday afternoon for our live blog featuring updates from the showcase.
Before their breakout hit "Reflections" was released, Brooklyn band MisterWives performed at OpenAir in 2013. See them on the Main Stage at 12th and Acoma at 5:20 p.m.
Denver art-rockers Snake Rattle Rattle Snake played the 1,000th song recorded for OpenAir in our studio. They'll play at Broadway's, 1027 Broadway, at 6:25 p.m.
In what's sure to be one of Saturday's liveliest shows, Colfax Speed Queen take the stage at Bar Standard, 1037 Broadway, at 3:25 p.m.
The Denver band celebrates the release of the John Vanderslice-produced album "Lamplight Lost" later this summer. They'll play at The Church, 1160 Lincoln St., at noon.
The music project of former Paper Bird bassist Macon Terry plays at the Stoney's Main Stage, 1111 Lincoln St., at 12:40 p.m.
The Denver singer-songwriter released his latest album, "Between the Hangman & the Halo," in early 2015. Catch him at 100% De Agave, 975 Lincoln St., at 4:55 p.m.
Explore our CPR Performance Studio archive for more sessions.