Global Dub Festival: Adventure Club & Zomboy at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Global Dub Festival Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

Before you say goodbye to spring, you can enjoy a phenomenal rager featuring some of dubstep's hottest acts! On Saturday, 20th May 2023, you can come to Morrison, Colorado, for a one-day electronic music spectacle! The iconic outdoor venue, Red Rocks Amphitheater, will host the Global Dub Festival! For one day only, the highly-anticipated show makes its phenomenal return with a power-packed line-up composed of veteran dubstep and bass music masters! Enjoy out-of-this-world bangers performed by Canadian EDM duo Adventure Club, English dubstep powerhouse Zomboy, and the festival favorite Flux Pavilion! But wait, there’s more! Andy C, Funtcase, and Steller will complete this incredible line-up by delivering remarkable remixes, epic drops, and more! EDM fans were deprived of the Global Dub Festival from 2020 to 2022. But this 2023, it’s back and louder than ever with a world-class production! Global Dub Festival is one of the few festivals in America catering to purely dubstep and bass music, so if this is your jam, you should hurry and secure your tickets now!

Global Dub Festival: Adventure Club & Zomboy at Red Rocks Amphitheater

Electronic dance duo Christian Srigley and Leighton James joined forces in 2011 to create what would be the dubstep powerhouse Adventure Club. The Quebec-born pair began their career as a hardcore punk band, but they began venturing into EDM. They remixed Brand New’s track “Daisy,” and it made an immediate breakthrough on the Hype Machine charts. Armed with influences from EDM icons, such as Tiesto, Greeley Estates, Flux Pavilion, Skrillex, and rock band Bring Me the Horizon, Adventure Club pursued as a dubstep duo. It released several non-album singles, such as “Do I See Color,” “Wait,” “Rise & Fall,” and “Need Your Heart.” In 2013, Adventure Club made a breakthrough in the Canadian charts with “Wonder.” The single, spawned from their debut album Calling All Heroes, peaked at number 37 and was later certified gold in Canada. Their debut album was released via BMG Rights. Adventure Club released their sophomore effort, The Death or Glory sessions, via Ultra Records.

English dubstep artist and music producer Joshua Mellody, a.k.a. Zomboy, launched his career in 2011 with his debut single “Organ Donor.” The song was featured in the Game Time EP published by Never Say Die Records. In 2012, over the years, Zomboy released several singles, including his 2021 bangers “Shell Shock” and “Valley of Violence.” Zomboy is also known for his out-of-this-world remixes, which include Rihanna’s “Only Girl (in the World),” Flux Pavillion’s “Bass Cannon,” The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down,” and Bro Safari’s “Follow.”

Another English performer Flux Pavilion joins the line-up of this much-awaited festival. His 2011 hit, “I Can’t Stop,” made a breakthrough on the U.K. singles chart. After a phenomenal breakout song, Flux continued to release several more highly-acclaimed works, such as “Bass Cannon,” “Superbad,” and “Day Dreamer,” among others. In 2015, Flux released his debut album Tesla, which spawned several notable tracks, including “Who Wants to Rock,” “Feels Good,” and “Emotional.” In 2021, he released his latest album, .wav, which received wide acclaim from fans and critics.

Global Dub Festival: Adventure Club & Zomboy at Red Rocks Amphitheater

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