A remarkable performance from Yung Gravy and Dillon Francis

This past weekend at Mission Ballroom was an absolute party. With Yung Gravy and Dillon Francis at the lead, a rather large crowd of fans quickly filled the venue in anticipation of what was to come. As a result, the energy in the room was palpable as the opener for the evening, J|Adore, took the stage to kick things off. The crowd wasted no time getting rowdy to the hard-hitting bass music being amplified throughout the building. Once DJ Tiiiiiiiiiip took the stage, things took an unexpected but very well-received turn. The crowd began to sing in unison as DJ Tiiiiiiiiiip played one sing-along track after the next. Songs like, Country Roads” by John Denver, Africa by Toto, “Stacy’s Mom by Fountains Of Wayne, and evenLet it Go, the theme song from Disney’s animated film Frozen.

This sudden shift in energy set up a big entrance for Yung Gravy. By the time he took the stage the room was basically a madhouse. Dozens of bras were thrown on stage throughout the performance though he preferred to call them “Banana Peels”. This type of fun interaction showed how comfortable Yung Gravy was on stage. He was talking to the crowd in between performances of his popular tracks like oops! and “The Boys are back in town“. Afterwards, Dillon Francis put a solid cap on the evening with his widely popular dance tracks. Lots of newer songs were played out and seemed to be well received.In addition to a slew of throwbacks for any long time fans in the crowd. Songs like Candy” and “Get Low really got the dance floor moving.

Photos By Kyle Brim

At the time of writing this article the tour has already passed its halfway point but the duo show no signs of slowing down yet. The Sugar Spice and Everything Ice tour is something that true fans of Dillon Francis and Yung Gravy don’t want to miss.

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San Holo’s Euphoric Sounds Are Coming To The Mission Ballroom

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This Thursday, November 11th, San Holo is bringing his bb u ok? tour to Denver, Colorado. In just a few days, the Mission Ballroom will be filled with euphoric, future bass music and thousands of loyal fans.

Light“, “We Rise“, and “lift me from the ground (feat. Sofie Winterson) are just a few of San Holo‘s iconic original tracks. This Dutch musician, producer, and DJ has been releasing music for the past seven years. His first official release was his Cosmos EP in 2014. Soon after, he put out music on various labels including OWSLA and Monstercat. Since then, San Holo has gained worldwide recognition for his unique, electrifying sounds that bridge the gap between different genres.

His debut album, album1, premiered in 2018. In June of this year, he released his second album, titled bb u ok?. San Holo is also the founder of the label bitbird. In addition to self-releasing various tracks on the label, artists including Taska Black and Droeloe have also found success through bitbird.

About The Show

Kasbo, Chet Porter, and Rome In Silver will also be playing on Thursday night. These artists all have a similar sound to San Holo, making them perfect additions to the event’s lineup. Furthermore, these three artists all have a connection to San Holo in one way or another. For example, Rome In Silver’s latest release is out now via bitbird and Chet Porter has a track with San Holo on bb u ok? titled you’ve changed, i’ve changed“.

The Mission Ballroom is located on the North end of the RiNo Art District. This revolutionary venue opened at the end of 2019 and is owned by AEG Presents. One of the most unique aspects of this new venue is the fact that the stage has the ability to be moved in order to adjust the capacity for each show. This way, each show will feel more intimate and engaging. Moreover, there is a large tiered seating/standing area in the back of the venue along with two VIP balconies so that everyone can have a great view of the stage.

If you plan on attending San Holo’s bb u ok? show this Thursday, keep in mind that proof of full COVID-19 vaccination is required. The physical vaccination card will be accepted as well as a photo of the card or a digital copy via the MyColorado app.

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Now, we hope that you’re ready to enter the mesmerizing world of San Holo this Thursday at the Mission Ballroom. His beautiful music accompanied by bright visuals and live instrumentation are sure to make for a memorable night. It’s been a while since San Holo has played in Denver, so the anticipation is high. If you want an insider’s look at how bb u ok? was made before you attend the show, check out his album documentary on Youtube, filmed by Haley Lan.

Click here to secure your tickets for the show. You can also pre-pay for parking if you don’t plan on using rideshare services. Finally, follow the social media links below to keep up with San Holo and, of course, stay vibrant.

Photos by Haley Lan, San Holo

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