While MapQuest helps users locate their destination (among other things), Parachute, the editorial division of MapQuest, takes you inside your destination. People get more information about places to eat and drink, things to add to their bucket-list, where to catch an emerging band on tour, insider tips for acting like a local, and more. And the best part? It's all coming from real people who live in and are passionate about the destinations they're writing about.
What: Sounds Local Launch Party – Denver
Parachute by MapQuest is bringing Denver music fans real-time access to Portland musician, Luz Elena Mendoza of Y La Bamba and POS with DJ Fundo from Minneapolis. Parachute by MapQuest, who calls Denver home, recently launched a new web series, "Sounds Local." In this one-of-a-kind online series, a variety of artists from across the country bring fans into their favorite cities including Portland, San Diego, Minneapolis, Athens, Kansas City and Philadelphia. The intent of the event is to allow local Denver music fans a first-hand look at the series, see a few of the artists up close and celebrate independent music scenes across the country.
When: October 27, 2016 at 7 p.m., concert begins at 8 p.m.
Where: Ratio Beerworks
2920 Larimer Street
Denver, Colorado 80205
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*According to comScore Multi-Platform Worldwide Audience Custom Report, Avg. Jan'15-Dec'15
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