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Global Dance Festival Shines Through Heat and Downpour

Global Dance Festival Shines Through Heat and Downpour


July 25th, 2019

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Global Dance Festival returned for its third year at Mile High Stadium, with a stacked showcase of artists, four unique stages, art installations, food trucks and amusement park rides. The two day event brought music lovers from out of state and a multitude of natives to Denver’s premiere summer festival.

Day one featured a very diverse range of electronic music. Ranging from house legend Kaskade, to upcoming bass music phenomenon Peekaboo, and everything in between.

Another huge name to the list of music that night was none other than the mysterious ZHU. His infectious house tunes were perfect for a Colorado sunset as attendees danced into the night.

Toy Box, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Elohim, Herobust, Golf Clap and Dabin pictured below as well as the attendees and performers gracing the festival grounds.

Toy Box

The second day continued for a short and fun time before being cut short by rainstorms and eventually canceled.

With opening sets like Jason Ross and Al Ross (not related, biologically or musically) Global Dance’s second day was already filled with energy and fun vibes.

Even with the rain causing the party to be moved inside to the Silent Disco, the party didn’t stop with the local talent bringing the heat.

After efforts to bring the party back, the rainstorms had unfortunately caused too much damage. Global Dance was cancelled, refunds were offered, and the party continued as many DJ’s moved their parties elsewhere that night.

Even though the festival was cut short, there were plenty of highlights that made this festival memorable. The festival will very likely be back next summer, and music-goers have Decadence to look forward to this December.

Day One Photos by Roberto Loya
Day Two Photos by Simon Quince

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