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Zeds Dead’s 6th Annual Dead Rocks Supplies the Heat to Red Rocks’ Summer Calendar

Zeds Dead’s 6th Annual Dead Rocks Supplies the Heat to Red Rocks’ Summer Calendar


May 30th, 2019

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A standard on the Red Rocks calendar, Zeds Dead returns to Red Rocks Amphitheater July 2nd and July 3rd, for their 6th Annual Dead Rocks. With an event that has previously featured support from artists such as Joey Badass, Dillon Francis, and G Jones, Dead Rocks has rapidly grown into a “can’t miss” event.

Hailing out of Toronto, Canada, Zeds Dead burst onto the electronic scene in 2010 with their first tour in North America. Performing at festivals on a global level, and a number of curated events around North America, Zeds Dead has become a household name within the past decade. The duo has remixes for artists such as Billie Eilish, Bon Iver, Foo Fighters, and Marina and The Diamonds, and also collaborated with Diplo, Illenium, and Oliver Heldens.

Zeds Dead sound can be hard to pinpoint into a single genre. Drawing inspiration from early 2000’s underground hip-hop, and exploring where they can take the sound, Zeds Dead’s discography spans across all realms of the electronic music scene. The duo’s most recent release, a remix of Billie Eilish’s – “Bury A Friend”, showcases their ability to take a downtempo melancholic track and re imagine it into something for lovers of bass music to rejoice over.

The 6th annual Dead Rocks event looks to be a showcase of deep, dark industrial space bass. The two-day event boast a stacked line-up that makes attending both days seem like a much easier choice than trying to decide between two unique line-ups. Day one features support from Vampa, Pax Impera, Jaenga, Moody Good, and Liquid Stranger, who returns to Colorado after a two night sold out stint at The Ogden Theater in February. The second day of the event is filled with talent highlighted by Holly, Mersiv (Denver Based), Lick, 1788-L, and Noisia, who’ve all been gaining attention in the EDM world. Dead Rocks comes a few days after Zeds Dead’s fabled return to Electric Forest in Rothbury, Michigan. As the Canadian duo continues to grow, as does their fan base. You can expect a strong showing from the Zed’s Dead fanatics at the two-day showing.

Tickets are on sale now through the official Red Rocks Website, retailing at $70 for each night. Whether you chose the one day route or “full-send” it both days, Dead Rocks VI is a booming way to start your Independence Day festivities. The only answer to “Who’s Zed?” this July is “Zeds Dead baby, Zeds Dead.”

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