Big Gigantic Tickets
Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO
Partying in Colorado is extra epic when the music played is from the Big Gigantic — and it would be extra lit when you experience it live. The Colorado-born music group is ready to shake things up at the beloved Colorado natural landmark, the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This will be on the evening of September 29, a perfect time in a perfect place with outstanding performers. Treading their sounds in a path only some artists have taken, Big Gigantic has a style that utilizes EDM, hip-hop, and jazz to create their distinct sounds. Their music can be considered fluid, with their clever use of different genres. These words cannot fully grasp the greatness of their music, so it is a great recommendation that you watch their performance. "Free," "Keep On Rising," and "Save Me From Myself" are sure to uplift. What are you waiting for? Click the "Get Tickets" button now to reserve your tickets! Bring your loved ones and friends. This concert is going to be fun!
Treading their sounds in a path only some artists have taken, Big Gigantic has a style that utilizes EDM, hip-hop, and jazz to create their distinct sounds. Their music can be considered fluid, with their clever use of different genres. Throughout their career, it is noted that they are pushing the boundaries of their style. Behind the popular name are Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salkin, who are the two-man team producing their great music. Giving emphasis to hip-hop, tuneful rhythms, rapping, and percussive breaks are to be expected when you listen to them.
The duo was born in Boulder, Colorado, during the early years of social media in 2008 – the Myspace era. Before deciding to form a musical group, Lalli has been creating music on his computer, making use of his extensive knowledge of music production. He has a master's degree in music and wanted to put it to good use. He then asked Salken, a drummer since he was three, to become his partner. The two became the faces of the growing Big Gigantic.
Their first album was "Fire It Up," released in 2009. Independently produced, they extensively experimented with their sound continuing it onto their three more album releases. During their early years, Lalli's saxophone was the main musical event. This would change after some time. Their 2014 record "The Night is Young" was a shift in their sound, assuming a wider scope in sound and style. With this creative effort, their hope to reach their breakthrough finally came into reality. It peaked at the tenth spot on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. This gave them the leeway to encourage artists to collaborate with them. This opportunity was evident in their 2016 album "Brighter Future." The album's tracklist mostly featured artists; most are big hip-hop names like Angel McCluskey, Rozes, Logic, Waka Flocka Flame, Pell, and Naaz. The remixed and deluxe version of the album came out a year after. For the entirety of 2018 and 2019, they were mostly releasing singles. Their much-awaited album, "Free Your Mind," finally came out in 2020. Their most recent release is "Bright Side 2," which came out in 2022.
The musical duo will be performing at the Red Rocks Amphitheater on Friday, September 29. You should watch it. Get tickets now!