Produced by a female-run team, Vortex 2023 will feature TOKiMONSTA, Claude VonStroke, Two Feet, Zingara and more.
Meow Wolf’s Vortex festival is returning to Denver this summer with a big lineup in tow.
Live Nation has partnered with Meow Wolf for the second time for this year’s festival, which returns August 25-27 at The JunkYard in Denver, a unique venue in the heart of the city. Attendees will again be treated to a plethora of high-profile DJ sets, experiential art and more.
“Since last year’s Vortex wrapped up, we’ve been locked in with Meow Wolf to make year two in Denver nothing short of spectacular,” Eric Pirritt, President of Live Nation Rockies, said in a press release shared with . “Here we are, ready to launch. It’s an exciting day for the city.”
This past Sunday, GRiZ hosted a free pop-up show for fans in the Denver area. He only gave two hours notice and more than 5,000 attendees flooded The JunkYard, where he announced he’d be headlining Vortex 2023. The electronic music superstar will perform two different sets: a classic GRiZ performance on Saturday and a special “Chasing the Golden Era” set on Sunday, a nod to his signature mixtape series.
Other artists set to perform at Vortex this year are TOKiMONSTA, BLOND:ISH, Claude VonStroke, Two Feet, Zingara and Mindchatter, among others. Check out the full lineup below.
“I’m beyond excited to be playing Vortex this year!” TOKiMONSTA added. “I’ll be coming through with a special set for a special festival.”
Vortex is produced by a female-run team within the arts and entertainment B-Corp of Meow Wolf, according to the release. The event’s approach is rooted in transformation and executed by hiring locally, supporting sustainability initiatives and uplifting marginalized groups.
Single-day tickets start at $59.50 per day and three-day passes begin at $219.50. Meow Wolf will also offer an enhanced experience option. The pre-sale starts on Thursday, April 20th at 10am MST before the general on-sale the following day at the same time. Learn more and grab your passes here.
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