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Flume is returning to Red Rocks for another stunning performance this summer and bringing some friends along the way. 


Flume has been back in full force this year, riding high off the release of his documentary, the Hi, This Is Flume mixtape, and the single “Friends” that have had the entire music industry buzzing with hype. Now, he’s announced another juicy piece of information for his diehard fans, his only headlining show of 2019.

Set to take place at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 6, you read that right earlier, this will be the ONLY headlining show for Flume in North America this year. While he’s set to take the stage at festivals like Lollapalooza and Outside Lands, if you’re looking for that intimate experience with this musical maestro then Colorado should definitely be in your travel plans.

Related: Take a listen to the Hi, This Is Flume mixtape and soak in the latest soundscapes from Flume!

Joining him for the show are JPEGMAFIA and slowthai, who were both featured on Flume’s latest mixtape on tracks “How To Build A Relationship” and “High Beams” respectively. Flume has also teased that there will be an entirely new production for the show as well.

Tickets for Flume & Friends at Red Rocks go on sale Wednesday, April 10 at 10am MT (9am PT / 12pm ET), and will need to register for the pre-sale via his website. The general sale starts on April 12, so don’t sleep on this show as it will surely sell out quick!

Get hyped for the show with the Flume & Friends teaser video:


Flume & Friends at Red Rocks – Essential Info:

Date: Tuesday, April 6, 2019
Ages: All Ages
Hours: Doors at 6pm, Show at 7pm
Venue Address: Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre – 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, Colorado 80465
Tickets: Pre-sale Information
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

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