In a recent Red Rocks announcement, DJ Snake finally shared the date for his anticipated return to the venue. Save the date for November 11th, 2023!
The French producer is due for a Colorado comeback as he hasn’t blessed the Rocks since the 2019 Pardon My French Tour. Alongside him on this incredible lineup is up-and-coming trap producer Knock2 and the legendary Australian musician What So Not. This event is bound to be full of chill-inducing surprises to match the November air.
The Crew Behind the Magic
Partnering with Global Dance to bring you this event is Brownies & Lemonade (or B&L). This Bay Area event company is known for throwing some of the craziest parties in the electronic music scene. After recently doing a stage takeover at Meow Wolf’s Vortex Festival, the B&L team promises surprises at yet another Denver venue. The B&L crew is synonymous with pop-up shows and surprise guests, and I expect this Red Rocks takeover to be nothing different from the gang’s usual festivities.
Knock2 is a San Diego-based producer who is climbing the ranks as an absolute powerhouse. He has been rising to the top of the trap scene alongside other newcomers like ISOxo. Knock2 has resurfaced as a producer after a decent hiatus following his 2021 anthem “dashstar*.” He exploded back on the scene with his newest EP ROOM202, a huge remix for Fred again.., and a new collaboration with NGHTMRE. His tunes have graced the top of the Most Played charts at the biggest festivals around the US, with track support from artists such as Skrillex, Tiesto, and DJ Snake himself. As direct support at Red Rocks and a Brownies & Lemonade regular, expect wild twists and turns throughout the set.
Additionally, on the lineup is Australian native and renowned producer What So Not. Be ready for your world to be turned upside down during this set as this Aussie delivers some of the most creative bass lines and melodies. Known for his world instruments and experimental take on trap, What So Not’s music creates an atmosphere of intrigue. While he hasn’t released many songs in 2023, he has played pop-up shows across the US, including some Brownies & Lemonade surprise events. What So Not’s creativity will certainly light a fire under the crowd early during this event.
About DJ Snake
DJ Snake is poised to demolish Red Rocks once again upon his Denver return. The French DJ and producer usually shows a harder side to his sets in Denver. The crowd can expect a trap and dubstep firestorm as he takes the stage, heating up the November mountain air. At DJ Snake’s last announced show of the year, I fully expect him to end this tour with a bang. The “Get Low” producer is one of the few artists to have multiple billion play songs on Spotify, meaning there will be plenty of tracks to sing along to in this set. It will be a well-balanced event from DJ Snake and friends. Tickets are on-sale now. So expect surprises, cool air, some heat from the DJs, and an amazing display of musical talent coming your way!