Illustration of Ganja White Night by EBO

Belgian producer duo Ganja White Night are returning to Colorado for the annual Wobble Rocks festivities in the Mile High City!

On May 18th, Wobble Rocks III will hit Red Rocks Amphitheatre, featuring two headlining sets plus Bukez Finest, Monty, Joker and Eliminate. Moreover, Wobble Rocks is getting even bigger this year with an added night at Mission Ballroom.

Ganja White Night is landing at Mission Ballroom on May 17th with an all-star lineup. Tickets are on sale now!

Poster for Ganja White Night at Mission Ballroom

A Multi-Genre Affair

While the Red Rocks show will be an all-out celebration of dubstep, the Mission Ballroom event will delve into a variety of different sub-genres of dance music. First on deck is the Australian DJ Hydraulix, who will provide a heavy opening set to get the night started.

Then, Justin Hawkes will take the crowd on a drum and bass journey. Justin Hawkes is one of the most prominent North American producers in the genre, with releases on legendary labels like UKF and Hospital Records. He’s a great pick for this event, especially considering that Ganja White Night has teased a forthcoming DnB track on Instagram.

The Wobble Rocks alumnus Mr. Bill will return to the series following his first appearance in 2021. Known for his zany experiments in the world of IDM, Mr. Bill promises an especially unique set. He has also released two tracks on Ganja White Night’s label, SubCarbon: “Billdozer” with the label heads themselves and “DeadLanguage” with Esseks.

Serving as direct support, The Widdler will slow things down to serve up his deep and wobbly take on UK dubstep. This bass aficionado is known for releases on Deep, Dark, and Dangerous, and he’ll certainly keep things locked at 140 BPM.

At the end of the day, all these DJs will be throwing down bass, but they’ll each be dishing out a distinct flavor.

Ganja Takes Mission Ballroom

Ganja White Night (made up of Benjamin Bayeul and Charlie Dodson, better known as Bamby and Erwan) have not released any music so far in 2024. Their latest release is their 2023 album Unity. However, new music is certainly in the works. They recently teased a collaboration with Tape B on their Stories and showed off several new WIPs on their main feed.

This Mission Ballroom show is Denver’s first chance to hear any of these new tunes. While they might be delving into new territory (like the DnB track they previewed), Ganja White Night is also sure to indulge in their wobbly dubstep. After all, their own SubCarbon Records touts the motto “In Wubz We Trust.”

This will be Ganja White Night’s first time playing the beautiful Mission Ballroom. Grab your tickets here while you can!

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