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DENVER — The name and details of a new music festival taking place at Overland Golf Course were announced by Superfly on Thursday.

The three-day music and arts festival named Grandoozy will take place at the golf course on Sept. 14-16.

Superfly is behind other music festivals such as Bonnaroo in Tennessee and Outside Lands in San Francisco.

The lineup will be announced on March 20 with tickets expected to go on sale a few days later.

The Denver City Council approved the plan for the music festival in July.

The City and County of Denver stands to make $200,000 a year in rental fees. Depending on attendance, Denver also could make an additional $420,000 through ticket sales.

Organizers have agreed to pay $90,000 for landscaping to repair any damage from the event.

The golf course is off South Santa Fe Drive and West Florida Avenue.