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UPDATE: WALK THE MOON to Join Fitz and The Tantrums on Stage During this Year’s Jeep on the Rocks Concert

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This year marks the first time that two acts have headlined the Jeep on the Rocks concert

Just a few weeks ago, The News Wheel reported that the band Fitz and The Tantrums was set to headline the upcoming Jeep on the Rocks concert at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. At the time of that announcement, Jeep teased a “very special guest” would be joining Fitz and The Tantrums up on stage during the event.

Now we know who that surprise act will be, as Jeep has just announced that WALK THE MOON will be joining Fitz and The Tantrums during the Jeep on the Rocks concert.

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WALK THE MOON first formed back in 2006. Since then, the band has been producing hit singles that continually climb the charts.

The band is perhaps most famous for their 2014 hit song “Shut Up and Dance.” The song reached #4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 the year it arrived on airwaves.

WALK THE MOON recently released their most recent album, What If Nothing. The band’s latest single, “Kamikaze,” is already making its way to the top of the charts.

Opening for Fitz and The Tantrums and WALK THE MOON is the band Moon Taxi. While the Jeep on the Rocks concert has featured a number of talented acts throughout its six-year history, this will be the first concert to feature two headlining acts.

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“Each year, we look for opportunities to improve the Jeep on the Rocks concert and everyone at the Jeep brand is excited to feature two headlining acts for the very first time,” said Steven Yandura, Director of the Denver Business Center, FCA US LLC. “We’re looking forward to the energy we know WALK THE MOON and Fitz and The Tantrums will bring to the stage.”

Tickets for the Jeep on the Rocks event, which will be held on October 6, are on sale now, and can be purchased online here. General admission costs just $54.50, while reserved seating can be ordered for $79.50.