The Mile High City looks forward to a new milestone in its road to emergence as an electronic music mecca. Live Nation will organize the first All Day I Dream in Denver at Sculpture Park on October 7th.
TheHundred Presents founder Brennen Bryarly revealed the news during a gathering at The Church Nightclub in Denver on Friday, June 8th. He made the announcement in between DJ sets delivered by Lee Burridge and Hoj (the former co-founded All Day I Dream and the latter is a signee and resident).
No other performing artists have been announced for the first All Day I Dream in Denver. Bryarly told Selector that no locals would be booked for the gathering as Burridge would curate the entertainment roster himself.
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay founded All Day I Dream in 2011 to double as an event brand and record label. Since then they have provided a platform for such producers as Bedouin, Gab Rhome and Lost Desert in addition to hosting curated events in mass markets like Barcelona, Dubai, Holland and Los Angeles.
Brennen Bryarly makes a suitable partner for several reasons. He also launched his own promotional company in 2011 to champion house and techno in the Mile High. Through his newfound partnership with Live Nation, Bryarly has more resources at his disposal than ever before.
Lineup announcements will arrive gradually for the first All Day I Dream in Denver. Purchase tickets or find additional information here.