Tonight and tomorrow night at the Denver Coliseum, the Big Bang dance music massive will be going off representing pretty much every genre of electronic music. Given the size and scope of the show (four stages per night) - along with the massive investment in the lighting and sound for the show - this is well worth the look.
For Friday, the line-up includes Donald Glaude, Darude, Bunny (Rabbit in the Moon), Elite Force, Jelo, Paul Anthony, and many more. The Saturday's bill includes Al-P of MSTRKRFT, Calvin Harris, Hatiras, Starkillers, Will Bailey and Santiago & Bushdo, among others. Tickets for the event, which runs from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. range from $35 for one day pass to $50 for two-day pass.
Also on Saturday, Serge Devant will be slinging his tunes at Beta in Denver. Born in Russia, raised in New York City, Devant first gained notoriety with the hit track "Addicted," which was followed closely by the album, Wanderer - both of which showcase his talent is for progressive house music. If you're looking for some fresh haus, make sure to check him out. (18+, free before 11pm for 21+, $10 after 11pm, 9pm-2am) The Whomp Truck makes another appearance tonight at First Friday. This week, special guest Fisk joins Whomp Truck strongmen Just Ben, Citrus and Coult 45. Come see why the milk truck-turned-mobile sound system recently won our Best Monthly Party award. Look for the revelry on the corner of 7th and Santa Fe, or just listen for the whomp-bass. (free, all ages)
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In2Deep continues a nice run of international bookings at Funky Buddha Lounge Saturday night with British DJ/producer Simon Baker. Over the past six years, the Englishman's original production and remix work surfaced on topflight tech-house labels from Playhouse to Crosstown Rebels. His debut album, Traces, an accomplished deep house collection, appeared in March on Ralph Lawson's esteemed 20:20 Vision imprint. Affable chaps Bones and Louis Marr are on opening duties. (no cover, 21+)
TurnTable 6 strongly recommends you get hung over for Sunday brunch Saturday night in the Beatport Lounge (upstairs at Beta). Table 6 brunch DJ residents Alex K and Ginger Perry provide the background music for your drinking binge. If you're lucky, you can win a $20 gift card to Table 6 courtesy of Awesome Factory (and make sure you check Facebook to get on Awesome Factory's limited discount list). Winning! (no cover before 11 >21+, $10 before 11 >18+)
The Blend is back this Saturday at the Meadowlark. Treehouse DJs Travis Press and Isaac H. join fellow Treehouse and Blend resident Brick Lee for a night of quality local house music. Rumor round the campfire is the Meadowlark sound system recently saw noticeable improvement. ($5, 21+)
Last but not least, freebase, er, Free Bass takes over Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom Saturday. Ishe performs with RumbleJunkie, Dirt Monkey, Thorazine and Doctype. The bass is in fact free, at least if you're over 21. (no cover >21+, $7