Big Gigantic reportedly set to return to Red Rocks with two nights of Rowdytown

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In an interview with Australia's Speaker TV show, Big Gigantic's Dominic Lalli shared some details regarding the 2014 edition of Rowdytown: The Boulder-based duo will expand the show to two nights. Previous editions of Rowdytown have featured artists like Dillon Francis, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Adventure Club and GRiZ, so you can go ahead and start speculating on what acts Big Gigantic will showcase this year. With a new album dropping tomorrow featuring new songs for the summer festival season, Big Gigantic is poised to have its biggest year yet. No dates have been announced yet, but keep your eyes on Backbeat. We'll post full details on Rowdytown round three as soon as we have them.

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Big Gigantic interview with SpeakerTV in Australia at Big Day Out

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