Artists such as Trippie Redd, Night Lovell, Sueco, Taking Back Sunday and Xavier Wulf are a part of the stacked lineup of performances taking place during the one-of-a-kind motorsports Alpine Horizon Music Festival.
Running Friday, September 9th through Sunday, September 11th at Pikes Peak International Raceway in Colorado Springs, the three-day, two-night festival mark the return of the fourth annual Speed Meets Sound experience.
Additionally, more than 100 drift cars have been approved to carve up the competition course and off-road events such as the Rally Sprints will take over the two-mile dirt track at the raceway.
Fans can also expect a breathtaking array of cars, ranging from classics and muscle cars to JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) tuners, on display throughout the entire weekend at the event. Mississippi rap talent Xavier Wulf, who was recently featured on the Hoonigan’s popular car YouTube channel, will also be showcasing his own personal vehicle at Alpine Horizon.
Attendees of the festival can also expect the return of the NightShift sessions, which unleashes rowdy drift cars onto the colorfully lit racetrack in between musical acts. The resulting smoke and light show is also coupled with a truly electric laser show.
Check out the re-cap video from the 2021 festival and visit the official Instagram page for Gridlife here for more details.
Tickets are available on the official Gridlife website.