Because fans of indie-leaning  alternative  acts (in spirit if not actual label affiliation) must not be feeling the recession at all, another music festival is coming your way Sept. 12-13.

The Monolith Festival takes place at Red Rocks, the gorgeous natural amphitheater in Colorado made famous by a slew of live concerts taped there, most notably U2's "Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky."

On the bill are Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Mars Volta, Girl Talk, Of Montreal, Method Man and Redman, M. Ward, Phoenix, Passion Pit, Wale, OK Go, Chromeo and MSTRKRFT.

If the two days aren't enough for you, a kick-off party will be held Sept. 11 with the Cool Kids, Chromeo, Hot Tub and more. But it's only open to VIP ticket holders, media and winners of the Southern Comfort ticket promotion. Speaking of sponsors,  Monolith is sponsored by Esurance.

Single day tickets are $52; two-day passes are $95. VIP passes are $210. Below is the full line-up.

Saturday, September 12

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Girl Talk
Of Montreal
M. Ward
DOOM
The Walkmen
OK Go
Ida Maria
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Frightened Rabbit
Thao with the Get Down Stay Down
Hollywood Holt + Million $ Mano
Starf*cker
Thunderheist
Woodhands
These United States
Cymbals Eat Guitars
The Antlers
Cotton Jones
Gregory Alan Isakov
Lydia
Generationals
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
The Answering Machine
Roadside Graves
Danielle Ate the Sandwich
Speakeasy Tiger
Autovaughn
Avi Buffalo
Wendy Darling
Boulder Acoustic Society
Caitlin Rose
 
Sunday, September 13

The Mars Volta
MSTRKRFT
Method Man & Redman
Phoenix
The Dandy Warhols
Chromeo
The Glitch Mob
Passion Pit
WALE
The Thermals
Harlem Shakes
Monotonix
The Grates
HEALTH
Deer Tick
The Twilight Sad
The Features
Spindrift
Savoy
Bad Veins
We Were Promised Jetpacks
Beats Antique
Tigercity
French Horn Rebellion
The Pirate Signal
Neon Indian
The Knew
A Shoreline Dream
The Royal Bangs
Red Wire Black Wire
Jim McTurnan & the Kids That Killed the Man
Rachel Goodrich