Denver’s Acoma Street Project offers socially-distanced music and immersive art-walk experience

A new open-air music and art experience has taken shape in Denver, Colo., fusing live-streamed DJ performances with an immersive art walk to create a unique outdoor dining experience.

Launched on Aug. 20, the six-week pop-up features musical talent from around the world performing each weekend on a 26-foot 4K LED wall with festival-grade audio and visual production elements. Fans enjoy the musical performance from socially-distanced tables which each hold four to eight guests.

The grand opening weekend featured livestreams by Josh Butler, Desert Dwellers, and Claude Vonstroke. The Aug. 27-29 weekend lineup includes performances by Blond:ish, Dubfire, and Random Rab. Lineups for future weekends are to be announced.

Aside from music, attendees enjoy a walk-through of a 5,000-square-foot immersive art gallery, curated by IRL Art. Highlights include visuals by festival icon Android Jones, installations from neon artist Scott Young, extraterrestrial-like sculptures by glass artist Alex Ubatuba, and more.

Four-person groups are privately escorted through the art-walk before being seated at their own table where food and drink can be ordered. Masks are required, and contactless payment options and hand sanitizer will be available.

The temporary venue is located at 1055 Acoma St. — on the parking lots of Bar Standard and Milk Bar, which are both currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. The event runs from 7 to 11 p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.

Tickets for the Acoma Street Project are priced at $130 for a group of four. Up to four additional guests can join the table for $30 each, for a total of eight guests per table.

Acoma Street Project is produced by CoClubs and Option4.


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Kent Otto

Kent is founder and editor-in-chief. He's always had a love and passion for music of all types, but didn't discover the music festival scene and community until moving to Southern California during his early post-college years. He returned to his roots in the Midwest in 2011 and has since been determined to share the magic and beauty of the music scene with as many as possible. Email