Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO
It's time to get your dance on as one of the biggest events hits down at Red Rocks this coming spring! Pardon My French presents: DJ Snake, Tchami, Malaa & Mercer for a solid line-up! With all of the best selection of future house, EDM, trap and dubstep comes to Red Rocks Amphitheater on Friday 26th April 2019! Tickets are NOW on sale for this unmissable night… come and stomp your feet to the live show!
Pardon My French 2019 TOUR brings….
The one and only DJ Snake is on the bill for 2019's biggest dance event at Red Rocks. The professional DJ from Paris brings his anthems to the live stage for one night only. This Grammy nominated producer and artist touched down in 2013 with tracks such as "Bird Machine" and "Turn Down For What" which featured Alesia on the track – with the ball rolling and his dedication to bring his music to the masses, it's no wonder that Diplo got world of DJ Snake and wanted to get involved. Picking him up to him label, Mad Decent, he was able to feature him on the radio and push his career to the next level. As they both collaborated together in 2014 and 2015, the world was more than ready for what would come next. With a release of one of the most played tracks of the year, "Lean On" featuring MØ, along with the already famous Major Lazer – the song exploded and quickly became a hit on the club scenes and radio play, all around the globe.
Since his global success, DJ Snake was titled as the "Artist to Watch" and only more good things came his way for the next few years as he took to the road with Skrillex on a 2014 summer tour and in 2018 DJ Snake got his much deserved chart recognition as Billboard put him at number 9 for the top 2018 dance musicians!
The French producer also hailing from Paris, is known for his solo career and most have him down as one of the pioneers for the future house genre. As he smashes the stages where-ever he plays, this DJ sure knows how to get a crowd moving and waiting for that feel good drop. Each one of his live shows not only an effortless music performance but also a eye pleasing one too as he puts on a show with visuals and a theme as he dresses as a priest and has the stage decked out as a church. Explaining that the message symbolises being spiritual and encourages the music to be just that too for every person in the crowd.
PLUS MALAA & MERCER