Hey! I enjoy going to concerts. In order to do that, I have to spend some time outside. So I loved our unseasonably warm February! It was great. I didn't even think twice about leaving my house.But now it's cold, and there's snow, and I'm not sure what to do. What should I do?
Colorado Music Fan
Hey, CMF! Thanks for writing in. What a great question, and one I think many in our audience struggle with on weeks like this one. Fortunately, I have a great answer for you. So great is my answer, in fact, that I have it on a T-shirt. What should you do when it's cold outside, but there's a great concert in town? Here's what you should do: Dance, you fuck.
See more of Brandon Marshall's wonderful, snow-be-damned photos from last week's Steve Aoki show at the Ogden below, or check the slideshow for a complete set.
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