Concert season is heating up and Temple Denver is bringing the heat to their lineup in May. Bringing their Vegas style club, Temple has thousands of LED lights, a custom surround sound and three stories of entertainment and fun. The lineup details are below.

Borgore 5/6

Borgore is opening the month of May at Temple, crashing the party on May 6th. Born in Israel and now residing in LA, Borgore has a unique sound that helped him become a global dubstep pioneer. Self-described as “Gorestep”, his music mixes triplet drum patterns along with heavy sounds to create his unique vibe. Known for “Decisions” featuring Miley Cyrus, Borgore is coming ready to party and bringing music from his own record label, Buygore with him.

Biscits 5/7

Next on the lineup is Biscits. Traveling from across the pond, Biscits is hitting the decks May 7th. Born in Southampton, UK, Biscits is no stranger to the tech-house scene. He has already played festivals this year, including Beyond Wonderland, so you know he is bringing the heat. He also has a brand new track, “The Judge ” that dropped April 15th. This is one show you don’t want to miss.

Hard Candy Burlesque- Spring Fling 5/12

Come for a night of flirty fun featuring Colorado’s Hard Candy Dancers. A collaboration of professional dancers and pole artists; this body-positive, POC-owned troop is bringing you into a secret garden of good and evil. Some of the exotic flowers you will see look pretty but have a mean bite. So come explore and see our rare flowers in full bloom.

QRTR 5/12

When you’re done at the Spring Fling, come back for QRTR. This Brooklyn badass is hitting the decks on May 12th and she’s bringing her unique sound with her. QRTR is known for mixing various electronic styles with a house vibe. She attributes her unique ear and sound to her previous studies in film, where she was given access to tons of sound libraries.  She just released her latest track, “Minha” on April 15th, so she is definitely going to be bringing that vibe to Temple.

Throttle 5/13

Hitting the decks on Friday, May 13th, Throttle is bringing the heat. This young Australian prodigy was signed to Monstercat when he was just 14 years old. Reinventing disco singlehandedly, he is the only known DJ that has been allowed to use original music from the band Earth, Wind and Fire. On top of reinventing music genres, Throttle has played at many festivals and even toured with the late Avicii.

Elephante 5/14

Saturday is the day for some sweet house music. Hailing from Michigan, Elephante is no stranger to electronic music. Now residing in LA, this Harvard grad can throw down some amazing progressive-house. Elephante is bringing his Heavy Glow Tour to Denver and some of his friends along with him, so this is one show you need to snag tickets to ASAP!

Open Art Night 5/19

Are you an artist looking to connect with other artists over cocktails and amazing beats at an art gallery? Look no further! On May 19th, Mirus Art Gallery is hosting an Open Art night where you can come hang out, connect with other artists and make art. Grab your canvas, flow toys or whatever medium you choose and head down to Temple.

Imanbek 5/20

Friday May 20th, is going to be a real treat. Imanbek will be hitting the decks. We’ve all heard his “Roses” remix, but have you seen it live? This Kazakhstan born producer is bringing the heat to Temple on May 20th. Imanbek is the first Eastern European producer on the Top 5 of the US Billboard Hot 100 list. If that wasn’t enough, he also won a Grammy for the “best remixed song.” Grab your tickets and come hear the heat that Imanbek will be throwing down.

Forte Nights: Airglo 5/28

Wrapping up our month Temple is Forte Nights featuring Airglo.  Held in the Mirus Art Gallery, this drum n bass night is one you just can’t miss. On top of Airglo, Saltee, Saint VII, Ms Toxiic, RumbleJunkie and MC Relyt will also be in the house! This is a stacked dnb lineup! Make sure you wrap up your month with some beats! Get your tickets now! 

Some of these artists are traveling far, but luckily, you don’t have to! For more info and tickets, visit Temple’s website here. 

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