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MONOLITH Festival Announces Full 2009 Lineup

July 20, 2009
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MONOLITH FESTIVAL presented by Esurance returns to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 12th and 13th with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs headlining Saturday night, and The Mars Volta topping the bill on Sunday. The festival debuted in 2007 as the first multi-day, multi-stage festival ever held at Red Rocks - Colorado's beloved outdoor venue. Monolith was instantly adopted as an indie fan favorite and a staple of the summer festival season.

Each year, MONOLITH hand picks a line-up consisting of fan requests, indie favorites and blog darlings.  This year's line-up, revealed one-band-at-a-time over the past several weeks via Twitter and Facebook, has already generated plenty of buzz.  We are thrilled to unveil the line-up in its entirety, which includes everyone's favorite art-punk trio the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and progressive rockers The Mars Volta!  Joining the 2009 headliners is a deep and diverse roster including Girl Talk, Of Montreal, M. Ward, The Walkmen, Phoenix, DOOM, The Thermals, Health, Ida Maria, WALE, Passion Pit, The Dandy Warhols and many, many more. A complete list of confirmed acts is included below, with additional artists still to be announced.  Visit www.monolithfestival.com for ongoing updates.

2009 Monolith Festival VIP Kick-Off Party Announced:  Monolith will host two kick-off parties in Denver on September 11.  Events will be held at adjacent venues, The Gothic Theater (Southern Comfort Party) and Moes BBQ (Toyota Antics Party.)  Performing artists include The Cool Kids, Chromeo (DJ), Hot Tub, Boyhollow and more.  Kick-Off Party is open to VIP Ticketholders, media and winners of the Southern Comfort ticket promotion.

MONOLITH fills a niche in Colorado's already vibrant indie music scene, even within a seemingly saturated U.S. festival market. With five stages and premium facility amenities, MONOLITH builds on the natural splendor of Red Rocks and
has quickly become a requisite for festival goers and indie hipsters.  As Billboard Magazine reviewed, "The outrageously beautiful Red Rocks has been screaming out for an underground/indie-style music festival for many years...Thanks to the tireless work of an elite group of Colorado scenesters, the dream is now a reality." 

Tickets on sale now at www.monolithfestival.com
Single Day tickets are on sale now for $52 (until August 14)
2-day Passes are on sale now for $95 (until August 14)
VIP Passes are on sale now for $210 (until august 14)

For those looking to enhance their MONOLITH experience, MONOLITH will offer upgraded VIP packages which include premium festival amenities such as reserved soundboard seating, VIP parking, kick-off and after-party access, festival T-shirt and more.  Visit www.monolithfestival.com for details.
 
Complete confirmed lineup below, with other acts still to be announced:
Saturday, September 12
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Girl Talk
Of Montreal
M. Ward
DOOM
The Walkmen
OK Go
Ida Maria
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Frightened Rabbit
Thao with the Get Down Stay Down
Hollywood Holt + Million $ Mano
Starf*cker
Thunderheist
Woodhands
These United States
Cymbals Eat Guitars
The Antlers
Cotton Jones
Gregory Alan Isakov
Lydia
Generationals
Edward Sharpe  the Magnetic Zeros
The Answering Machine
Roadside Graves
Danielle Ate the Sandwich
Speakeasy Tiger
Autovaughn
Avi Buffalo
Wendy Darling
Boulder Acoustic Society
Caitlin Rose


Sunday, September 13
The Mars Volta
MSTRKRFT
Method Man  Redman
Phoenix
The Dandy Warhols
Chromeo
The Glitch Mob
Passion Pit
WALE
The Thermals
Harlem Shakes
Monotonix
The Grates
HEALTH
Deer Tick
The Twilight Sad
The Features
Spindrift
Savoy
Bad Veins
We Were Promised Jetpacks
Beats Antique
Tigercity
French Horn Rebellion
The Pirate Signal
Neon Indian
The Knew
A Shoreline Dream
The Royal Bangs
Red Wire Black Wire
Jim McTurnan  the Kids That Killed the Man
Rachel Goodrich 2009 MONOLITH partners are Esurance, Southern Comfort, Southwest Airlines, Madeloud.com, and Jakprints.


MONOLITH is produced by Monolith Festivals, LLC

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