Saturday is the second day for Grandoozy - the three-day festival coming to Denver's Overland Park from Sept. 14 - 16. There are TONS of bands playing and some are playing at the same time. Here's when the bands are playing and where so you can plan accordingly.

Here's a quick rundown of the acts starting at the top of the marquee and going down the queue each day. We've also got guides for Friday and Sunday at these links.

HELPFUL | What you can and can't bring into the festival

TRANSPORTATION | How to get to the Grandoozy music festival this weekend

Also, remember, just because there are no competing acts doesn't mean you can hit up all these shows in a row. If you do that, and you're walking from stage to stage, you're liable to be in the back. Plus, there's a bunch of fun stuff outside of seeing your favorite bands.

From our early understanding, "Rock" is Grandoozy's main stage, followed by "Paper" and "Scissors" as the two others.

Here's what's up on Saturday.

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FLORENCE + THE MACHINE

Stage: Rock

Time: 8:30 - 9:45 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Indie rock

Popularity: Huge, massive - get there ASAP

What live show? The band's set at Voodoo Fest in New Orleans from a couple years ago is a good guide to go by for a live show.

YOUNG THE GIANT

Stage: Paper

Time: 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Indie rock

Popularity: They ruled the airwaves back when "Cough Syrup" and "My Body" came out. While they've fallen off a bit recently, expect a massive crowd.

What live show? Here they are at Hangout Fest in Alabama performing their hits last May.

STURGILL SIMPSON

Stage: Rock

Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. - same time as SunSquabi

Genre: Alternative country/Americana

Popularity: Massively popular, what did you think?

What live show? He was at another Superfly festival this year - Bonnaroo. Here's the set.

SUNSQUABI (LOCAL)

Stage: Scissors

Time: 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. - same time as Sturgill Simpson

Genre: Jam band (self-proclaimed hydro funk)

Popularity: Hometown heroes! Colorado - Denver, specifically - makes no attempts to hide its love of jam bands.

What live show? Red Rocks from April of this year, duh. This jam band definitely will pack out the park.

6LACK

Stage: Paper

Time: 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Hip hop/R&B

Popularity: Very similar to The Weeknd but of course with different lyrics and attitude, expect a fair few people there.

What live show? He hit up WOO-HAH this year in Holland - it's a clean live video and gives a great example of what to expect. He sounds a little different than the album, so be prepared for that.

KARL DENSON'S TINY UNIVERSE

Stage: Scissors

Time: 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - same time as Snow Tha Product

Genre: Jazz/funk

Popularity: Active since at least the '80s, he was a member of Lenny Kravitz's band for his debut and has now gone solo. He's been a musician in a lot of stuff, so expect people to figure this out and head out to see him live.

What live show? Here's an hour and a half set from New Mountain in Asheville. Another jam band/funky experience for you. The man can shred.

SNOW THA PRODUCT

Stage: Rock

Time: 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - same time as Karl Denson's Tiny Universe

Genre: Hip hop

Popularity: She's a rapper and singer who's been active for over a decade. Expect a big group of fans who are "in the know" - check out the live set below so you can join them.

What live show? This is a compilation of live shows - she's big on freestyling and does so often at her live shows, so check her out.

POOLSIDE

Stage: Paper

Time: 4 - 4:45 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Dance/Chillwave

Popularity: Huge in the early 2010s, while their popularity has waned, expects fans to show up anyway!

What live show? Here they are in downtown LA from about three months ago. If you haven't checked them out live, here's a look.

HEAD FOR THE HILLS (LOCAL)

Stage: Rock

Time: 2 - 2:30 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Bluegrass

Popularity: A mainstay of many festivals - they usually play in the early afternoon. This Fort Collins outfit is well-known to many a bluegrass lover in the state. And even if you aren't, check them out here.

What live show? It's a little dated now, but here they are playing for about an hour and a half in Ozark, Arkansas. LISTEN to that fiddle go!

THE SOUL REBELS

Stage: Rock

Time: 3:15 - 4 p.m. - same time as Cherry Glazerr

Genre: 8-piece ensemble (it's hard to pin down - they go from jazz to funk to soul to hip hop to pop)

Popularity: They are definitely trending upward on the popularity scale. Definitely worth checking out since many people might not know how talented they are.

What live show? This basically shows you everything you need to know about how great their live shows are - and even features a guest appearance by Talib Kweli!

CHERRY GLAZERR

Stage: Scissors

Time: 3:15 - 4 p.m. - same time as The Soul Rebels

Genre: Noise pop/punk

Popularity: Huge in the hipster scene, expect Denverites and attendees to already know her and be ready to check out the band.

What live show? Here they are a year ago - this is a full set. They come ready to rock. Not all crowds will be as zombified as the one in the vid, so don't expect it at Grandoozy.

WILDERADO

Stage: Paper

Time: 2:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Indie pop

Popularity: No affiliation to Colorado, believe it or not. They're still on the come-up, so if you want to check them out now's your chance!

What live show? This is from about a year ago, so it should give a good feel for what their vibe and how likable they are (pretty likable).

GASOLINE LOLLIPOPS (LOCAL)

Stage: Scissors

Time: 2 - 2:30 p.m. - no competing acts

Genre: Folk with some punk mixed in

Popularity: They mostly play local shows, so don't expect Denverites to ignore them. Check 'em out.

What live show? Here's one at Levitt from July. GOSH that voice though. Check 'em out.

That's it for Saturday!