NGHTMRE Took Red Rocks on a Trip Into His DRMVRSE

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NGHTMRE took over Red Rocks with the most epic premiere of his stunning show for his forthcoming project, Into The DRMVRSE.

In the depths of Colorado, lies one of the United States’ most coveted hidden gems, Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Thousands of fans have flocked to the majestic rocks to be part of the remarkable music experience to catch artists from genres spanning classic rock to electronic music since opening its door for live music in 1941. After opening earlier in April for the 2022 season, Red Rocks Amphitheatre has already hosted some massive electronic artists, and on the fifteenth, NGHTMRE made his highly anticipated Red Rocks headlining debut.

This night wasn’t just a typical performance from NGHTMRE though, as he premiered his newest show, DRMVRSE in the most epic way with a night to remember, bringing with him some of the coolest names to the music genre. Opening the festivities was Nitepunk, who brought some club vibes before Knock2 came out to pump up the audience even more with track after track filled with high energy drops.

Upon making our way through the venue Dimension was dropping some hypnotic drum and bass beats as we ran up the stairs nearing the top of the seats. His light show and lasers danced across the rocks and lit up the smiling faces of the audience members dancing in their vibrant outfits. His music surrounded the sounds of happy chatter as he bounced around the stage putting on a killer performance to begin the night.

Kill The Noise took the stage soon after and his energy was absolutely unmatched. His heavy bass pulsated through the crowd, sending vibrations into each and every person that was there to witness his performance. Dark visuals were displayed throughout his firey set, matching the aggressive headbanging that was taking place as he treated everyone to some of his most beloved tunes and fresh releases as well. As he exited the stage, a sea of crew members set up for NGHTMRE’s upcoming set – and the energy was palpable.

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The lights finally dimmed as sparkling light matched the subtle piano chords serving as a calm before the storm.

The ground shook as NGHTMRE took the stage in his typical fashion with hard-hitting beats and mesmerizing visuals. Spanning the stage were the letters DRMVRSE which flashed white and other dark colors. His visuals lit up the crowd as the lasers danced on the rocks and the sea of people headbanged to his ferocious drops. His visuals mirrored good and evil as they changed between dark versus light imagery.

NGHTMRE brought the ultimate dream to those at Red Rocks that night as he dropped track after track, including his massive collaboration “Fall Into Me” with Slander – the first single released off his upcoming project. He left fans at a loss for words with others from his forthcoming album Into The DRMVRSE, but that wasn’t the only surprise he had in store.

Making a guest appearance, Rosie Darling came out to accompany NGHTMRE in singing their collaboration, “Euphoria.” Her vocals soared as the two of them bounced around the stage effortlessly matching the energy of the crowd as we all held up our phone lights. The flames warmed up the amphitheatre on the cold windy evening heating up with every booming drop.

NGHTMRE & Rosie Darling
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NGHTMRE stunned those who took the trip to Red Rocks for the show and left them with a memento as well.

From the moment he stepped onto the glorious stage until the final beat echoed through the venue and the lights came up across all the exhausted faces. Additionally, as a surprise for all the attendees, NGHTMRE treated fans to an exclusive NFT which was offered through a pamphlet at the merch booth or as a QR code on the screens as fans left their seats. Leaving the audience with a forever souvenir of one of the most spectacular nights for electronic music at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

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Emily has a Music Business degree from University of Colorado, Denver with the hopes to eventually become a tour manager. She first fell in love with EDM in 2012 after attending a Zedd show with her brother. Since then, she has been to countless shows and festivals, as well as having the opportunity to follow her favorite artists on numerous tours. She is extremely passionate about her custom clothing brand, her dogs, and hats. Emily’s favorite artists include Madeon, Porter Robinson, Said the Sky, Gesaffelstein, and Pendulum.