A new musical highway exists for anyone with a taste for electronic music.
It’s called Menards Preson Highway and it’s just about a mile and a half long.
You might have heard the song before, but this highway isn’t the same song.
Instead, it’s a re-imagining of the original highway in the form of a musical musical piece called “The Music Is What It Is.”
It’s an ambitious project that’s set to be launched sometime in 2019, and the video above was created to celebrate its completion.
The goal is to showcase the road as a place for musicians and the city of Denver to work together.
This isn’t a road jam; it’s an effort to celebrate the musical journey of the highway and to show people just how far they can take it.
And that’s really the goal.
As the road’s name suggests, it stretches across two lanes of traffic and runs parallel to the Denver International Airport.
The highway’s name is a reference to the way it feels when it’s at full speed.
When the highway is closed, the road is called the Music Is Where It Is.
The musical highway’s main attraction is the music.
There are several pieces that make up the music on the highway, which range from country music, to hip hop, to country, to jazz.
And then there’s one piece that’s been used for decades: the famous Menards music bus.
The bus, which was created in 1952, is a massive wooden structure that carries thousands of musical instruments from musicians’ studios in Denver to the musicians’ homes in Los Angeles.
For more information on the Menards Music Bus, visit the official website.
The project is a collaboration between the city and the Denver-based Menards Group.
The group’s principal owner is the legendary John Menard, who founded Menards in 1962.
In 2018, Menards acquired the Menard Group, which operates the Mends, as well as the Menords preston road, and now operates both road and highway projects in the Denver metro area.
Menards CEO Brian Menard told the Denver Post that Menards goal is not to create a musical road, but rather to provide a safe, enjoyable and entertaining experience for everyone.
“Our goal is really to create this music road where musicians and their families can be together, have their families come out and enjoy the music and their community,” he said.
Menard is a longtime musician who played drums and bass on the original Menards road and is now an engineer.
He says the project is an effort in partnership with the city to create something that’s going to be a place where musicians, families, artists and residents can all have a safe and enjoyable experience.
“There’s no need to reinvent the wheel,” Menard said.
“What we’re doing is creating a piece of real art.
It will be a piece that will remind people what a musical journey looks like and why it’s so important.”
The Music Is All That It Is “The Musical Highway” is part of the Menasses Group’s effort to transform the Menson Highway into a safe destination for music and art.
The music bus is the focal point of the project.
Menardi said the musical highway will be powered by a large, modular battery that can be used to run at low or high speeds, depending on how the driver wants to drive.
Menandards has also designed and built several prototypes of the road, which have gone through extensive testing.
“We’re going to put the bus on the street and we’re going see how people react to it,” Menardi told the Post.
“It’s going from there.”
The bus will also feature an electric bus parking lot, a food court, a playground, a cafe, and a public art installation that will show the road and its surroundings.
The public art will be installed at various locations throughout the city.
In addition, Menardi is building a series of smaller sculptures, each representing a different aspect of the music bus project.
These sculptures include a sculpture of a bus parked in the middle of a busy intersection, a sculpture in a cafe that looks like a bus, a statue of a motorcycle in the parking lot and a sculpture that’s part of a mural that’s on the other side of the roadway.
There’s also a sculpture with a different theme on the opposite side of a large bridge.
Menardo said the sculpture will eventually be joined to a permanent piece of the musical road that will be completed by 2020.
“I think we’re gonna create a bridge for our community and show people how it’s done,” he told the Coloradoan.
“That’s why we’re starting with a musical bus, to make people realize that they can have a good time on a musical trip and have a beautiful experience.”
Menards also plans to open a public gallery that will showcase the project and its impact on Denver’s music community.
The “Music Is Where it Is” exhibition