Two Friends Rock The Fillmore For The Adventureland Tour

Two Friends has described their music as “songs that are fun and get you dancing and moving, but also hopefully resonate with you on a more emotional level at the same time…[They are] kind of a melting pot of a lot of different elements and influences- whether from dance music, from pop, even from alternative rock or hip-hop.” On March 4th, Two Friends graced the stage at the Fillmore Auditorium. They proved the statement above with mind-blowing visuals and epic lighting that had the whole crowd moving all night long.

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The Openers

Opening up the evening was Łaszewo. Łaszewo brought out all the feels with future bass, sprinkles of pop and surprise heavy trap beats. Which, got the crowd’s shoulders shrugging up and down. The high-energy trio created the perfect flow to kick off this once-in-a-lifetime event. The crowd was more than half full even before the show started, so you could definitely feel the anticipation building over the masses.

Up next, was the famous duo Ship Wrek. They always comes in hot and makes one hell of a party. We have never seen someone jump off the DJ booth as smooth as Tripp Churchill did!

After a 15 minute break to set up an impressive display of spaceship-like stage design, lasers, and clouds of confetti, the audience wasn’t ready for the unique experience they were about to receive. With this being the last date of a very successful tour, Two Friends wanted to give Denver a night to remember. Blasting off from House music to dirty beats, this was quickly becoming the next Big Bootie mix we’ve all come to love from this dynamic duo. The crowd was bouncing the entire time without a care in the world and with smiles that stretched for miles. Not only did we hear some unreleased tunes, but we got sent back in time to the early 2000s.The duo played throwbacks like Blink-182, Afroman, and our childhood favorite – Toy Story’s “You Got A Friend In Me. Denver will never forget this insane and mind-blowing evening!

Photos By: Casey Raser

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