The gigs run October 29 to 31, and for some of the shows, GRiZ will break from the concert format he's been bringing to Red Rocks in recent years and turning the 1STBANK Center into a club.
The first two nights, he'll perform from the center of the venue, creating a house-party vibe. On night one he'll spin a mix of hip-hop, old-school, new-school, dubstep and downtempo music. On night two, he'll play throwback music from 2010 through 2017.
At his third and final show, GRiZ will take the stage for what he's calling a Full Flex Set, with a focus on his own original music.
All three performances are all-ages.
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