Boogie T DJ performance logo on screen

Brock Thornton, also known as Boogie T, is no stranger to the Denver bass music scene. He’s headlined shows in the bass capital for years, and he performed his second headlining show at one of the most iconic venues in the world, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, this Saturday night.

After this weekend’s Red Rocks show, he hopped over to the Gothic Theatre to play a sold-out after-party. This gave some of his most dedicated fans another opportunity to see him in a smaller, much more intimate setting.

Boogie T was joined by Austeria and Black Carl!, two incredibly talented up-and-coming bass artists who also opened up for his Red Rocks show. Both of the openers brought their own unique sounds to the table, mixing their original music with other tracks from heavy-hitting bass and hip-hop artists like $uicideboy$ and Pardison Fontaine. These openers hyped up the crowd and set the scene perfectly so that by the time Boogie T took the stage, everyone was charged with energy to continue dancing the night away into the wee hours.

Known for his ability to seamlessly mix dubstep, reggae, and various other genres, Boogie T certainly came through and delivered for his fans on the last hurrah of the weekend. He played everything from fan favorites like “Dear Weed Man,” “Nuclear Bass Face,” and “Flava” to filthy dubstep and drum-and-bass remixes like Tawk’s “Seven Nation Army” bootleg that had the crowd dancing all night. Aside from the hits, he also treated fans to plenty of unreleased music of his own, as well as new tracks with Ganja White Night and other artists. 

If you didn’t have a chance to catch one of Boogie T’s sets this weekend, don’t worry! He’s sure to be back in the Bass Capital soon. In the meantime, keep an eye out for his next releases, and catch him on his spring tour this May.

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