Tool, Black Keys to headline Mile High festival

Ben Harper, Gogol Bordello also set for Colorado bash

Tool, Black Keys to headline Mile High festival
Tool, The Black Keys, Ben Harper, Gogol Bordello and Ani DiFranco are among the artists set to headline the Mile High Music Festival in Colorado this summer.

The annual event is set to take place July 18 and 19 on the Fields at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Denver, and will feature acts spread out over two stages for the second consecutive year.

Also on the bill for the summer festival are Incubus, Paolo Nutini, Gomez, The Wailers, India Arie, The Fray, Matisyahu and Dead Confederate. Additional artists are expected to be announced in the coming months.

The complete lineup to date is:

Saturday, July 18

Tool
Widespread Panic
Incubus
Ben Harper & Relentless7
G. Love and Special Sauce
Ani DiFranco
The Black Keys
Paolo Nutini
Gomez
Greyboy Allstars
Railroad Earth
India.Arie
Lyrics Born
Rocco DeLuca and The Burden
Erin McCarley
Band of Heathens
Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam
Set Forth


Sunday, July 19

Widespread Panic
The Fray
Gov’t Mule
3OH!3
Buddy Guy
John Butler
Gogol Bordello
Galactic
Guster
The Wailers
Matisyahu
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Mat Kearney
Dead Confederate
Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons
Paper Bird
Honeyhoney
Joe Pug
Electric Touch


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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