DENVER - The Underground Music Showcase (UMS) takes over South Broadway in Denver starting Thursday.
The event - billed as Denver’s premier indie festival - is now in its 14th year.
The UMS is known for its focus on local talent and the local community.
This year over 400 local and national acts will perform at more than 20 venues on South Broadway, Thursday through Sunday.
Venues include Adrift, Illegal Pete's, Punch Bowl Social, the Skylark and two stages in the parking lot at 21 S. Broadway. See more: http://www.theums.com/venues
Denver artists will also be showing their work in the Main Festival Area on Archer Street.
There are also educational panels from experts across a variety of industries. Topics include getting your music "placement ready" and how digital platforms are changing the way people consume music. For more information, click here: http://www.theums.com/extras/the-sesh/
Single day passes are $35.
It is a non-profit event and benefits the Denver Post Community Foundation.