Global Dance Festival took over Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the weekend — the last true, unapologetic
9. Beaded Fairy Nymph
The bead-wearing fairy nymph is one of the most eccentric mythical
8. White People in Native American Headdress
White people in Native American headdresses don't mean to offend you, but they probably will, anyway, especially if they're drinking a PBR. Classic white people.
7. The Mermaid
Another one of the elusive rave mythical creatures, the Mermaid will be rocking fluorescent hair and a sequined bra, and she will be singing siren songs of Benny Benassi or Kill the Noise.
6. The photographer who is tripping balls
God knows who gave him a press pass, but there’s always a photographer tripping harder than anyone in the joint. Because of the ease of digital cameras, he will have thousands of photos of how cool the sky looked, and about 500 to delete because they’re terrible.
5. Bro, you think you can dance?
This type of bro is full of Colorado pride and thinks he can dance —
4. Girl who spent $600 on her outfit but isn’t wearing pants
She is often wearing several pieces of animal — cat ears, a foxtail and a unicorn horn — and you can’t quite make out which she is. Her favorite band is rainbows and her favorite color is glitter. She came to be seen, and ferociously shakes her head when the camera catches her on the big screen.
3. Space Wookiees
They're just like regular
2. Security guy who seriously gets down
The security guard who is the best dancer in the whole place, who shines in booty shaking, twerking and being the most relatable security guard every year. Do you, Wayne. Do you.
1. The dream of the ’90s is alive at Global
They’ve been religiously feeding their Tamagotchi for two decades. It's a good, stable relationship.
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