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Big Gigantic NGHTMRE tickets at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison
Fri Sep 24, 2021 - 6:00 PM New Date

This Song Is Sick Presents

ROWDYTOWN IX: GIGANTIC NGHTMRE

with DROELOE, GoldFish, Covex
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO Ages: All Ages
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This Song Is Sick Presents

This Song Is Sick Presents

ROWDYTOWN IX: GIGANTIC NGHTMRE

with DROELOE, GoldFish, Covex
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
18300 West Alameda Parkway
Morrison, CO 80465
Fri Sep 24, 2021 - 6:00 PM
Ages: All Ages
Doors Open: 5:30 PM
Door Price: $55.00 - $85.00
Onsale: Fri Feb 7, 2020 - 10:00 AM

AEG Presents is thrilled to announce GIGANTIC NGHTMRE live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Friday, September 24th, 2021.

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Bio: Big Gigantic

Self-love precedes freedom. 
 
Confidence actualizes risk-taking and the fulfillment of dreams. Emboldened by new levels of belief and shared growth over the course of a decade-plus together, Big Gigantic follow a path towards creative and personal awakening on their seventh full-length album, Free Your Mind. The Boulder, CO duo—Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken—articulate meaningful and melodic songs through a signature hybrid of deft live instrumentation, immersive production, heart-pumping percussion, and, of course, scorching saxophone. 
 
Now, these thirteen tracks echo boundless and bold confidence. 
 
“It starts with accepting and loving who you are,” explains Dom. “After acceptance, your mind is free. You can go further and be more open. You go out on a limb and connect to new people. It means something to us individually too. When you love yourself, you’re able to be clear about what you want and hope for. Self-love is the beginning. By showing up fully for yourself, you can show up for those you love. You can use that gratitude to spread positivity.”
 
“You can’t love anybody until you love who you are first,” Jeremy agrees. “Start at the core and go from there. You stop beating yourself up and realize you need to be there for yourself. If you’re at one, you’re able to pursue those dreams.”
 
In many ways, Big Gigantic quietly closed in upon this realization since 2009. Along the way, the group dropped six full-length offerings, culminating on 2016’s Brighter Future. The latter generated staggering numbers across streaming platforms with 100 million-plus plays highlighted by the success of powerhouse collaborations such as “All of Me” [feat. Logic & ROZES], “The Little Things” [feat. Angela McCluskey], “Highly Possible” [feat. Waka Flocka Flame], “Wide Open” [feat. Cherub], and more. Not to mention, they landed high-profile syncs by Apple, Wimbledon, NASCAR, NBA, HBO, Fox, and many others as well as placing music in trailers for Valerian and Dirty Grandpa.
 
On the road, they held down main stage spots at marquee festivals, ranging from CoachellaLollapaloozaULTRA Music Festival, and Hangout Music Festival to Electric Forest and Bonnaroo in addition to headlining and selling out their own Rowdytown at Red Rocks Amphitheatre for eight years running. Powered by mind-blowing proprietary technology, the show evolved into an all-encompassing 3D experience at Rowdytown—which they will bring on the road for their biggest tour to date in 2020. Meanwhile, their 501(c)3 A Big Gigantic Difference Foundation regularly raises money for non-profits benefitting at-risk youth, music education, and other worthy causes, yielding nearly $250,000 to date and donating $1 of each ticket sold. 
 
However, Dom and Jeremy made a conscious decision to live the philosophy of Free Your Mind to the fullest. Assembling the record throughout 2019, they engaged a new approach.
 
“I did almost everything myself on Brighter Future,” Dom goes on. “Free Your Mind is about doing something different and taking what we have and getting out of the box. Of course, a lot of it started at home working on demos, but the vision was more song-oriented. It’s melodic. That’s the biggest difference. We expanded the form, flipped things, and made them interesting.”
 
At the same time, they launched an innovative rollout, engaging their devout and diehard audience directly. On their official web site, they posed a series of questions tied to each single, imploring fans to answer. These queries incited thousands of responses. 
 
“To free your mind, you have to look inwards,” explains Jeremy. “So, we decided to invite fans to do the same thing with us.”
 
Simultaneously, each single referenced a clear theme as well with “self-love” for lead-off “You’re The One” [feat. Nevve], “friendship” for the aptly titled “Friends,” and “living in the present moment” for “Where I Wanna Be.”
 
Elsewhere, the fourth single “Burning Love” [feat. Kidepo] illuminates another side of Big Gigantic. Tapping into an Afrobeat bounce, tropical percussion pulsates underneath a swaggering and soulful vocal from Kidepo. The subject matter represents their progression.
 
“We’ve never really had a classic sweet love song in the past,” Dom states. “It’s like a conversation between significant others. We really jumped on it.”
 
“St. Lucia” [feat. Felly] sways from a steady beat to a resounding refrain between airtight raps. For the title track, they re-recorded, reimagined, and re-upped “(It Happens) Sometimes” by Jack Back a.k.a. David Guetta with help on the mic from frequent collaborator Jennifer Hartswick. The rising synths, dramatic drops, and dancefloor energy immediately pop off alongside her manic vocals.
 
“It goes back to the title,” Jeremy elaborates. “Over the last year-and-a-half, I’ve grown a lot personally. Going through that process allowed me to connect with myself more and know the direction I needed to go.”
 
“Plus, we really freed our minds musically,” Dom exclaims. “It’s the truth.”
 
In the end, Big Gigantic embrace self-love only to encourage it on the largest scale yet via the record and the ensuing tour.
 
“This embodies everything we’re about,” Jeremy leaves off. “It’s our lives. It’s what we’ve been working towards for eleven years since our first show. It’s a learning process. We’ve reached crazy goals, but we keep setting our sights as high as possible. The fans bring us there. We wouldn’t be anywhere without them. They’re on the journey alongside us.”
 
On this journey, the humanity we share shines through.
 
Dom concludes, “The album is about exploring all of the different things that make us human—the things that connect us to ourselves and to each other—so that we can know our true ourselves and live our greatest lives without holding us back. It’s about releasing ourselves from feelings of needing to be perfect and feelings of inadequacy or comparison, so we can step into our full power and live big, beautiful, and fulfilling lives.”

Bio: NGHTMRE

NGHTMRE's ascent to the upper echelons of dance music stardom has been nothing short of dream-like. His meticulous production and pulsating performances have cemented him as both a festival mainstay and dance music tastemaker. His collaborations with Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, Flux Pavilion and SLANDER have catapulted him across the world, from Tomorrowland in Belgium to World DJ Fest in Seoul.

NGHTMRE burst onto the scene in 2015, when Skrillex dropped his unreleased single "Street" on the main stage at Ultra Music Festival – electronic music's premiere event. That record would go on to be one of the biggest trap songs of the summer and lead Tyler Marenyi to become the darling of Diplo's Mad Decent imprint, an international festival superstar, and a resident DJ at Las Vegas's famed Hakkasan.

Tyler then embarked on a near sell-out, thirty-four city "Gud Vibrations" US bus tour with best friends Derek and Scott of SLANDER. Their GV brand has seen exponential growth with a worldwide audience; it began with back to back sellout nights headlining the Hollywood Palladium, quickly followed by packing the NOS Events Center with 10,000 fans. The boys then took Gud Vibrations global with an Australia & New Zealand and Asia tours, a takeover of Red Rocks amphitheater, and a Miami Boat Party during Miami Music Week. You can also hear their weekly Gud Vibrations radio show on Sirius XM's Diplo's Revolution, with both NGHTMRE and SLANDER hosting the show. Most notably, NGHTMRE and SLANDER took the plunge and launched Gud Vibrations as an official record label in late 2018, choosing up-and-comer WAVEDASH as their premiere artist with the release of the label's first track, “Deathwish.”

NGHTMRE's resume hosts a slew of successful music and star-studded collaborations, including his explorative "Magic Hour" EP with Pell, the trippy "Another Dimension" with Dillon Francis, "Save Yourself" with the Chainsmokers, "Like That" with Big Gigantic and "TTM" with Whiz Khalifa and PnB Rock. His remixes of Ekali and ZHU's "Blame" and Flosstradamus ft. Smokepurpp's "MVP” are equally as compelling, as if everything NGHTMRE touches conducts electricity. His welldeserved reputation as a top-notch live performer has led to a packed tour schedule that included the main stage at EDC Las Vegas, Billboard Hot 100 Fest, Hakkasan Las Vegas residency, Lollapalooza (Chicago, Paris, Berlin), Electric Zoo, Mysteryland, Creamfields, Amnesia Ibiza, Space Ibiza, Cream Ibiza, Shambhala, Middlelands, Coachella, Zouk, Ultra Music Festival, Holy Ship!, and Tomorrowland. Tyler rounded out 2018 with his "NGHTMRE Before Xmas" tour, which sold out its shows in both San Francisco and Los Angeles for 8,500 and 6,300 people, respectively.

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