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First-ever Neon Project Festival set to take Denver by storm June 18

Party Troopers locks in Yultron, Arius, ETC ETC!, LAXX, RAGE-BOT & more to thrown down at Civic Center Park.

Summer is upon us, and so is concert season in the Mile High City.

Carving out a place in the Denver scene, Party Troopers has announced a loaded festival with a foundation of artists who have pioneered the scene.

Neon Project will take place Saturday, June 18 at Denver's Civic Center Park. Headlining is Yultron, our favorite rave uncle whose presence never fails to excite. Alongside him are Arius, LAXX, ETC ETC! and more heavy, rave producers.

Doors open at 2 p.m., and the festival goes into the night, ending at 11 p.m. The full lineup includes Arius, Colorado native RAGE-BOT, KLAXX, Svm x Roro, B.I.A.J, Scvllywvg, JWUBBA, RAWKN, DYMATIK and more.

Denver's Civic Center Park is known as the capitol of the Mile High City. It's adjacent to the state legislature building and within walking distance to some of Denver's most popular club spots.

Founder of Party Troopers, Rodrigo Ramirez, has been in the scene since 2006 and has experience launching promotion and rave party companies.

"In 2020, I teamed up with some friends and we started Party Troopers with the goal of making our very own music festival, which led to the Neon Project being born," Ramirez said.

Party Troopers had their debut show on July 2, 2021 at the Aztlan Theatre with LÜC, JWUBBA, SVM x RoRo and Brains In a Jar. That show inspired him to launch the Neon Project festival this year.

Colorado's own RAGE-BOT said he plans to rinse out a ton of his own unreleased music during his first-ever festival set.

"Expect a neck-breaking onslaught of the most brutally heavy bass music tracks out there, including tons of my own music and unreleased IDs," RAGE-BOT said.


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