Tuesday, March 7
Hailing from Paris, Tchami will bring deep house vibes and flashy dance tendencies that have captured listeners across Europe and North America to the Ogden for what will surely be a great night of dancing.
2. Hippie Sabotage
Wednesday, March 8
Since Hippie Sabotage's remix of Tove Lo's "Habits (Stay High)" launched the group into stardom (the song has half a billion views on Youtube), the act has solidified its place in the electronic world. Brothers Kevin and Jeff Saurer incorporate hip-hop influences in their California-chill electronic music.
3. Test Kitchen: International Women's Day Edition
Wednesday, March 8
The Black Box
Despite the EDM world being dominated by male artists, local electronic-music venue the Black Box looks to celebrate local talent with a long list of women performing and spinning on International Women's Day. Presented by the Girl-Illa Movement, the lineup includes Dirty Habitz, Kitty Crimes, Koo Qua, Jay Triiiple, Queenz of Hip-Hop, Mirror Fear, SIXXXD, Landy V, Church Fire, Lethal Weppin, Paisha Love, and Kokola and the Rarebird Collective.
Friday and Saturday, March 10 and 11
For those looking to wild out to some trap, Bro Safari makes its way to Denver for a two-night stand at the Ogden Theatre. Bang your head to snares and drops all weekend long at this dubstep show with stunning visuals.
Thursday, March 16
A recipe for a good night includes a saxophone, a hometown crowd and the funky jams of Big Gigantic. Boulder's own saxophone-honking, live electronic duo will play the Fox Theatre. Join a wild audience for this rocking Big G show.
6. Oliver Heldens
Friday, March 17
A regular of Europe's summer electric scene, Dutch DJ and producer Oliver Heldens is bringing his dance-house tracks from Mediterranean islands and clubs to a 150-year-old cathedral in central Denver. Oliver Heldens has climbed up DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs and has kept busy by working with Zeds Dead, Tiesto and producing his own "Heldeep" weekly radio show on Sirius XM. You won't want to miss this Saint Paddy's Day show.
Caspa and Excision
Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18
Nearly a decade ago, when Skrillex was still singing for From First to Last, Caspa joined forces with Rusko to create bass-heavy party music called dubstep. On this side of the Atlantic, Excision was pioneering dubstep up north in Canada. The two have joined forces for a bass-thumping two-night run at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, with a long list of supporting guests.
Read on for more of the best electronic-music events in Denver this March.