The River North Arts District’s latest music venue, Mission Ballroom, this morning introduced eight new acts becoming a member of its beforehand introduced opening-weekend lineup, giving Coloradans a touch on the musical selection that AEG Presents will provide there.

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Starting with Steve Miller Band on Aug. 13, the Mission can even host George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic’s “farewell tour” (Aug. 15); Australian psych-rockers King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard (Aug. 21); Brooklyn trio Extremely Suspect (Aug. 24); U.Ok. dubstep producer Flux Pavilion (Sept. 1); indie rock darlings The Nationwide and Alvvays (Sept. 6-7); singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers (Sept. 23); and singer-songwriter Marina (Diamandas, previously of Marina and the Diamonds).

Tickets for all exhibits are on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. March 29. King Gizzard and Extremely Suspect are tagged for the Mission Truthful Ticketing System designation, a lottery that AEG Presents gives for sure exhibits that’s meant to fight bots and third-party re-sellers.

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“When an occasion is introduced utilizing Mission Truthful Ticketing, the tickets are instantly obtainable for a pre-reservation,” AEG mentioned in a press assertion. “The fan goes to the (AEG spin-off) buy web page anytime from the announcement of the occasion till the conclusion of the registration time period, which will probably be clearly famous within the occasion announcement particulars. Friends can enter a reservation for the quantity and stage of tickets desired at any time in the course of the gross sales window (interval), together with a bank card with the intention to buy the tickets.”

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