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The bold and the body-painted: In the parking lot with Skrillex fans

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See also: - Slideshow: Skrillex at Red Rocks - Skrillex at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 8/9/12 - Dubstep for Dummies - Dubstep Parking Lot

Last night, Skrillex and his fans hit Red Rocks like a shipwreck. Seriously, that's the metaphor our reviewer, Britt Chester, used for the noisy, dynamic and neon-outfitted dubstep show. But before we caught the set (and permanently stunted our hearing), we caught up with the 24-year-old electronic maestro's colorful fans in the Red Rocks parking lot. Click through to see Chester's photos of the costumes, bagged wine and body paint of Denver's Skrillex fans.

See more: Skrillex at Red Rocks last night.

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