Stevie Wonder to play his first-ever Red Rocks show this June
The Denver Post
Despite the strides Denver-based SeriesFest has made to position itself as the premiere TV-pilot festival and hobnobbing event in the U.S., we’ve never seen a name as big as Stevie Wonder attached to it.
The June 21-26 event, which organizers are billing as Season 5, includes dozens of panels, screenings, workshops and premieres designed to put creative types face-to-face with network buyers and agents, with an increasing emphasis on streaming and digital content.
And while programming details for the six-day event won’t be announced until some time in the coming weeks, the event’s Centerpiece screening and concert has always been the beacon for general audiences, with big names like Lauryn Hill and Common coming to Red Rocks for entertainment in recent years.
Tickets, which will cost $69.50-$250, are on sale at 10 a.m. on March 29 via axs.com. Check back here for details on the festival lineup.
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