Above & Beyond To Headline Red Rocks For The First Time In Two Years This Fall

Trance trio Above & Beyond is finally returning to Red Rocks for their first headline show in two years.

The last time the Anjunabeats label heads took over the iconic Colorado venue, they sold out two consecutive nights to bring together nearly 20,000 fans under the “Sun & Moon.”

Joining them are personally selected regulars of their Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep imprints with anamē and Kasablanca on Thursday and Durante and Simon Doty on Friday.

Both shows will begin with Above & Beyond’s Paavo Siljamäki soundtracking a guided yoga and meditation session with Elena Brower called “Flow State,” start the concert off with good intentions.

Above & Beyond, composed of Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamäki, have worked together for over two decades.

They define their process as “songwriters first, producers second” and have dedicated their careers to being at the forefront of electronic music with their two GRAMMY nominations: the RIAA-certified Gold track “Don’t Leave,” and their 2019 yoga and meditation album Flow State, which has garnered 360 million album streams since its release.

Above & Beyond’s return to Red Rocks will take place October 19-20. Presale begins Tuesday, July 18 at 10AM MT with access available here.

All images courtesy of Above & Beyond

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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