William Black is Playing an Incredibly Special Set in Colorado this Summer

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On Friday, June 2nd, William Black is set to play an incredibly special set at the The Mishawaka in Bellvue, Colorado. This breathtaking venue is located deep in the Poudre Canyon, nestled along the Cache la Poudre River. If you haven’t yet experienced The Mishawaka, you definitely need to add this venue to your concert bucket list!

Black is a Denver-based producer and DJ who crafts emotional, melodic masterpieces. According to Insomniac, most of his pieces focus on themes like “depression, addiction, love and loss.” He also commonly features incredibly talented vocalists in his tracks in addition to collaborating with fellow well-known producers. Some of his most popular songs include “Back To U” with SLANDER, “Deep Blue” featuring Monika Santucci, and “Butterflies” with Fairlane featuring Dia Frampton.

The Mishawaka

The Mishawaka is a remote venue that has extremely limited parking. Those attending will need to either pre-purchase a parking pass for $45 per standard vehicle or buy a shuttle pass for $27.50 round trip per person. The shuttles to the venue pick up from the Colorado State University Tennis Complex in Fort Collins, Colorado. They’re totally worth it because you don’t have to worry about driving, you get to enjoy the beautiful views of the canyon, and you can make friends with fellow attendees. Make sure to reserve your parking or shuttle spots here!

Once at the venue, attendees will have entered a fully immersive experience. There isn’t any cell service, which means everyone gets to be fully present. The venue also has multiple bars as well as a grab-and-go grill with mouthwatering food. Additionally, the amphitheatre was recently upgraded with brand-new turf! And it can’t be overlooked how friendly and welcoming all of the staff is.

Most of the amphitheater is general admission, but spots can be purchased on one of two VIP viewing decks if ticket buyers want an upgrade. GA tickets are $25 before fees, and VIP tickets are $50 before fees.

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On Friday, June 2nd, William Black is set to play an incredibly special set at The Mishawaka in Bellvue, Colorado.

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This March! Cloonee is Coming to The Boulder Theater

This March! Cloonee is Coming to The Boulder Theater

On Friday, March 10th, Cloonee is brings his South of Heaven Winter Tour to the Boulder Theater.

This UK tech house artist has been releasing music since 2014 and has made massive strides in the industry. He’s climbed the Beatport charts with releases including “Like What?” and “Get Stupid” and has also signed with Chris Lake’s label, Black Book Records. Listeners might recognize some of his most recent hits, like “Mi Amor” with Wade and “Badman Sound.”

On his current tour alone, he’s performed at festivals, including Beyond The Valley in Melbourne and Groove Cruise in Miami. Cloonee has become a staple in the tech house industry, and Colorado is so excited to welcome him back for a show in just a few months’ time.

The Boulder Theater

The Boulder Theater is located a block from Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado. This historic venue has a capacity of 1,000 people and is complete with a full bar and a balcony that is open on select shows. The venue’s main floor is slightly tiered, which provides a better view for everyone at the show. There is also a restaurant right next door called The Lounge at Boulder Theater. Attendees can purchase food in The Lounge and bring it into the venue! Street parking is free after 7 pm and there are also parking garages nearby for those that want to pay.

The Lineup

Joining Cloonee for the night will be MERKII B2B Gogimal, RPSM B2B RYNE, and AMICI. Attendees will most definitely want to arrive at the venue early to check out these house artists! Various venues across Colorado have hosted some of these supporting artists at one point or another. These names have been seen on lineups at venues including The Fox Theatre, Larimer Lounge, and Belly Up Aspen.

Turning the Boulder Theater into a Tech House Party

We are only a few months away from being able to dance the night away to some high-quality tech house. This is NOT a show you’ll want to miss, between the unique venue and variety of talented artists that will be taking the stage. If you’re a fan of house music, this is the show for you. This is a crazy cool opportunity to see Cloonee perform at such an intimate venue.

Still not convinced? Listen to Party Guru’s Cloonee playlist below.

Ticket prices range from $25 – $30 (before fees). Snag them while you can!

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IHF Debuts New Live Set at Your Mom’s House

IHF Debuts New Live Set at Your Mom’s House

IHF (Imagined Herbal Flows) is known to friends and family as Ben Gorvine. This Washington D.C.-based, artist, producer, and DJ has been cultivating his unique melodic sound for almost ten years! His Floating EP, released in 2014, helped him break into the industry while gaining millions of streams online. Since then, he’s released several other albums and EPs, including his most recent EP titled, Soft Fascinations.

Over the years, IHF has toured with various artists, including STS9, Hayden James, and Elderbrook. He’s also performed at massive festivals, including Coachella, Electric Forest, and Lightning in a Bottle. His atmospheric, melodic sound has been compared to the likes of Bonobo, Odesza, Fred Again.., and more.

On Friday, January 20th, IHF traveled to Denver, Colorado, to perform a very special set at Your Mom’s House. Not only was this his first headline show in a while, but it was also his first show of 2023 and the debut of his new live set! Also playing that night were KVO, Honeykill FM, KrYmsun, Flutur, and Ryan Golbus.

Your Mom’s House

This show took place near downtown Denver at Your Mom’s House. The venue is 21+ and has a capacity of 400 people. Getting to the venue is easy; however, it can be quite difficult to find street parking as the venue doesn’t have a parking lot. Because of this, they recommend carpooling or utilizing rideshares like Uber or Lyft.

The entry process was a breeze and the box office is right inside the main doors. Once inside, the first room is complete with a long bar (which was closed for this show), restrooms, and a few arcade games and vending machines. The second room is where the stage is located. Both rooms had plenty of seating, which is awesome.

This super intimate space was really fun and interactive. There is a small bar at the back of the room, paintings and murals on the walls, and the stage up front. Decorations consisted of plants, disco balls, chandeliers, and more. One of the most notorious things about this venue is its crazy mirrored holographic dance floor, which you’ll have to see for yourself. There was also a live painter and a few vendors!

The First Music of the Night

KVO started the night off with some upbeat tunes. His sound is heavily influenced by world travel and Latin culture. Then, Honeykill FM took to the stage. According to his bio on the event page, “Honeykill FM has been successfully impersonating a human since being dropped from the sky by his alien progenitors in the early 1990s.” After that, Krymsun took the audience on a journey through sound with his take on vapor twitch.

Then, it was time for Flutur. This artist was born in Italy and started playing piano at the age of two, then began playing drums shortly after. In fact, he composed and recorded his first song at age fifteen. Flutur donned a tropical print long-sleeve shirt and moved from one instrument to the next. He used a mixer to loop different elements together, including his vocals and instruments, which consisted of a few different guitars as well as a hand pan. Despite admitting to having some jet lag, he played a great set.


There was quite a lengthy changeover to get the stage set up properly for IHF. The crowd dispersed for 30 minutes to take a seat, order more drinks, and look at the art around the venue. Finally, after some minor technical difficulties, IHF was ready to take the stage!

Beautiful visuals were projected onto the wall behind him throughout his set. Pastel abstract shapes mixed together before the screen would change to a sweeping mountain landscape, which went along perfectly with his music. He was very good at grabbing everyone’s attention and making his show an immersive experience. While interacting with the crowd, he was also very attentive to the art he was performing, which was really cool to see. IHF sang his own vocals, which were either a main part of the song or added to the background. It was clear to see that the crowd really enjoyed his set.

The Night Comes to an End

After IHF, Ryan Golbus played a dynamic, upbeat set to conclude the night.

Your Mom’s House is a small, intimate venue with a great sound system, seating, room for artists and vendors, and an awesome dance floor. If you haven’t been here yet, definitely check it out! Throughout the night, this unique venue held a diverse group of people that were all there to bask in the feel-good music that is IHF. This was such a special night as well, being IHF‘s first set of 2023, first headline set in some time, as well as his debut show for his new live set.

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The Digital City of Decadence NYE Dazzles on Night One

The Digital City of Decadence NYE Dazzles on Night One

On Friday, December 30th, music lovers traveled from far and wide for the first night of Decadence NYE. This annual electronic music festival takes place in Denver, Colorado, at the Colorado Convention Center. For two days, tens of thousands of people come together to dance their way into the new year.

Not only is there music, but there are also unique photo opportunities, immersive art displays, food trucks, and more. This year, the digital city of Decadence did a fantastic job of transforming the venue. As soon as the citizens of Decadence entered the venue, they could begin to explore the beautiful city full of lights, art, and music.

A Massive Lineup

Doors for the venue opened at 6:00 pm, and festival entry began at 6:30 pm. Attendees did not hesitate to get there early to check their coats and be the first ones inside. PAWS got things going on the Mainframe stage while CloudNone took over the Motherboard stage. Both stages had crazy production, including enormous LED screens and unique lighting on the ceilings.

On the Mainframe stage, FrostTop, Kompany, Trivecta, LSDream, Clozee, and Griz all played insane sets as well. The Motherboard stage saw Kaskade (Redux), Jai Wolf (DJ Set), Big Wild, Tiesto, and Chris Lake.

Throughout the night, the Hyperdrive stage also hosted tons of great music! For the silent disco, attendees had headphones with three different channels to choose from since three DJs were always playing simultaneously. Halfrican, Chocolate Drop, SAVAGE, Method, Globzter, and more spun some tunes.

Beautiful Art

As citizens navigated through the venue, they found different pieces of art at every twist and turn. In the Cyberhub (by the silent disco), large inflated flowers were scattered around. Multiple tall color-changing light bars also made for great photo backgrounds! An illuminated Decadence NYE sign, a Be A Good Person resolution wall, photo walls, and LED arches to walk through all made the entire venue so much fun. Plus, different performers were also wandering around and interacting with citizens. Did anyone else see the characters on stilts?

Loads of Amenities

Decadence NYE is a marathon, not a sprint. If your rave squad decides to be there from start to finish, that’s over seven hours at the venue. Luckily, the venue had two water refill stations and three food trucks to keep everyone hydrated and nourished. Lounge areas were also plentiful if citizens needed to get off of their feet for a bit. ATMs were located throughout the venue as well in case attendees needed some extra cash.

Three huge merch booths were also open! These included signature Decadence NYE merch as well as merchandise for most of the artists on the lineup. There were a handful of other booths as well, including Sober AF. Medics, phone charging stations, and smoking areas were also available for those that needed them.

For night one, the bathroom and drink lines were insanely long. Citizens took to social media to voice their frustration, since going to the bathroom and getting a drink would take about an hour. When you’re at a festival hoping to see your favorite artists, the last thing you want to do is miss a big chunk of music just to go to the bathroom. On Saturday, Decadence NYE announced that they would be add additional bathrooms and bar staff to get wait times reduced! Hooray!

Night Two Up Next!

Once again, Decadence NYE brought the heat. From the crazy stacked roster of artists to the art installations and food trucks, this festival is always a great way to ring in the new year. This festival is always packed, so if you’re considering going next year, get your tickets early. You don’t want to risk missing it once tickets sell out!

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