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Deadmau5 at Red Rocks: A sneak peek of the Mau5-hysteria that awaits you this evening

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So tonight Deadmau5 is due at Red Rocks with Excision, Tommy Lee and DJ Aero. If you caught Deadmau5's last fall at the Fillmore Auditorium or shortly thereafter within the decidedly more intimate confines of Beta Nightclub, then you're well aware of what sort of Mau5-hysteria awaits you tonight. If not, get a taste below, of if you were there, feel free to relive the revelry through the lens of Aaron Thackeray and Soren McCartney below.

Click through to have a look at some of Deadmau5's most devoted local fans

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