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This spring, music lovers will venture out to the mountain town of Vail, Colorado. On April 5th and 6th, Après at The Amp returns for the second annual edition! This weekend-long event is held at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater.

Nestled in Vail Valley, this gorgeous venue has grassy areas on which you can stand or lay out a blanket, as well as sheltered seats closer to the stage. Of course, in April there’s no telling quite what the weather will bring. It could be a warm, blue sky day or brisk and snowy. Either way, the scenery and variety of artists performing will guarantee a magical event.

Big Gigantic at Apres at The Amp 2023

Friday, April 5th

On Friday, AMBA (real name Amber Delisle) is the first act on the lineup. Originally from Australia, this now Denver local can be seen spinning tracks at events year round. In fact, Delisle is also playing Regenerate Fest in Denver this summer.

Next up on the bill is Daily Bread (real name Rhett Whatley). Whatley brings a funky mix of jazz and wubs in his tracks, including “Moreland Ave Blues” and “Snickerz.” He’s sure to get the crowd warmed up and dancing.

Finally, Bob Moses (real names Jimmy Vallance and Tom Howie) will play a club set. This Canadian duo is known for songs like “Tearing Me Up” and “Love Brand New,” which bring a beautiful mix of alternative, indie, and house beats.

Polo & Pan at Apres at The Amp 2023

Saturday, April 6th

Saturday kicks off with Decker Rush, also a local to Denver. He’s played at various nightclubs throughout the city as well as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, when he opened for DJ Snake. He will also make an appearance at Regenerate Fest in June.

Disco Lines (real name Thadeus Labuszewski) will take to the stage next. This producer and DJ is from Boulder, Colorado, and has a monumental take on future bass and deep house. You’re sure to recognize “Baby Girl” and “Restless Bones!”

Last, but certainly not least, is Sofi Tukker (real names Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern) who will be playing a DJ set. This Florida-based duo has a bright electro-pop sound. Hawley-Weld and Halpern are no strangers to Colorado, either, as they’ve played various venues, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and festivals like Decadence Colorado. “Drinkee” and “Purple Hat” are only a couple of their well-known tracks.

Are You Ready to après!?

General admission two-day passes for this event are already sold out! If you’re hoping to head into the mountains for a weekend full of dancing, you’ll need to snag single-day passes. According to the venue’s website, single-day tickets range from $89.95 – $109.95 in price. If there are any available day-of-show, the price will increase further.

Outdoor shows are some of the best! With the mountain scenery, the second annual Après at The Amp is going to be nothing short of wonderful. Plus, the venue mentioned that they’ll “be announcing Vail on-mountain DJ sets, giveaways and more.” So grab your favorite après fashion and your dancing shoes, and meet us in Vail this April! Get your tickets here!

Photos courtesy of the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

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