Denver’s new Mission Ballroom has been an incredible breath of fresh air to Denver’s music scene thus far. Definitely bringing artists from all genres and from all over the world to the heart of Denver for some amazing performance and dance parties. The Mission Ballroom was popping off Sunday night with amazing talent from start to finish.
Denver was blessed with a night full of some of the hottest house tracks of our time, with some more big room and progressive house tunes sprinkled throughout the night to create unmatchable energy. Each artist’s set gave off a constant and unique flow of beautiful house music and heavier feet-moving beats which had the whole crowd shuffling to the beats.
Denver local favorite Freddy Rule began the house vibes for the night. He performed a completely unique and never-before-heard set with a ton of ID’s. The huge FR logo playing behind certainly set the tone and the vibes were off to a great start.
Following after Freddy Rule‘s hour-long set came Cassian. Who unique and trance-like set gave off really beautiful and slow vibes which were a nice contrast to the previous set. He gave a tunning trance-house set, which added some diversity and kept the night at a nice pace. The openers for this show were definitely picked wisely, and it paid off well – the night was still young and headliners Dom Dolla and Sonny Fodera were about to take the stage.
Australian house music producers Dom Dolla and Sonny Fodera headlined the night. Once Dom Dolla set began, it was once again a massive dance party from wall to wall. People were jumping up and down immediately, some were shuffling while others moved their heads in the back. The entire crowd was moving in some way at this point as the night progressed. Nobody cared about dance moves or how silly they looked, it was all just movement.
After Dom Dolla set came, the legendary Sonny Fodera brought more unique house vibes and threw in many ID’s and tracks the crowd had never heard of. The last bit of the show was an incredible b2b performance by the two artists which definitely did not disappoint.
The night overall was Denver’s heaviest house party of the new year, to top off another huge weekend of amazing music in the bass capital. If every weekend could be like the last, Denver should be called the bass house capital now.
Photos by Julien Deroeux