Melodic bass lovers unite! San Holo and Jai Wolf headlined Red Rocks Amphitheater this week on Wednesday, June 8th. They brought an epic chill bass-filled night on the rocks! The two future bass artists teamed up for their “Infinite Light Tour” with special opening guests including Tsu Nami and Manila KIlla. Each artist infused their own chill bass-y and house-infused styles to their sets. Wednesday night was filled with every type of music from deep house to soft, melodic bass music which created an unmatchable energy throughout the venue. San Holo and Jai Wolf fans dressed in their merch, filled the stands of the amphitheater as far as the eye could see. It was truly another epic summer night at Red Rocks in the books!

San Holo Brings A Stunning Night at Red Rocks

The first opener of the night was 22 year-old producer Tsu Nami from Los Angeles, California. Her style infuses world dance elements with the chiller synths within melodic bass music for a Mura Masa-like performance. Tsu Nami’s set was filled to with acoustic elements and electronic music. As the rows began to fill up with fans, Tsu Nami killed her set and was the perfect opener for the night. Following Tsu Nami was Manila Killa, a popular Denver favorite who can often be seen gracing the lineups of house and future bass shows. Manila’s set contained some epic house tracks mixed with some of the more melodic and bass-y sounds. The entire amphitheater was up and moving for this set. Shufflers and dancers filled the rows dancing as the night continued.

The energy was high and the crowd was buzzing at this point, eagerly awaiting the next set. San Holo is no stranger to Red Rocks Amphitheater as he had his own headlining tour on the rocks back in 2019 – but his set that followed tonight was something truly special. He graced the stage right on time, and from start to finish, the set was simply incredible. San Holo brings an epic melodic and acoustic filled performance every time, with the heaviest house beats to make your feet wiggle mixed in with songs which make the tears pour. Performing his top hits like “Light”, “lift me from the ground”, “We Rise”, “Honest”, and so many more, San Holo brought another epic performance for his fans for a truly unforgettable set.

Jai Wolf Closes Out the Night

Closing out the night came Jai Wolf. The 30 year-old Bangladeshi-American DJ and producer from New York is a household name in the bass music community – and for a good reason. Jai Wolf is no stranger to Red Rocks either, but this was his first time headlining. He is known for being an incredible musician and performer. His top hit “Indian Summer” took the entire venue’s breath away. Jai Wolf also played out some tracks from his recent album eloquently, titled “The Cure to Loneliness” (2019). From start to finish, the night was an epic amalgamation of all of the wonderful sounds within the future bass music community. We can’t wait to see where San Holo and Jai Wolf take their tour next, and are looking forward to seeing them in Denver again soon!

Photos by Christopher Ruiz

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