Lasers and lights help the crowd get crazy on Sunday
It's one thing to have insanely talented musicians such as the Disco Biscuits free flow jamming from the stage, like they did on Sunday night at The Ogden Theatre in Denver. But add in the most incredible stage lighting known to man, including a web of lasers that creates a ceiling over the crowd, and it should be no surprise that those who attended went absolutely nuts and danced the night away. The band described as either trance fusion or an electronic jam band took over The Ogden not just one, but two nights, filling the legendary concert hall to the brim both Saturday and Sunday.
Fans of the band came prepared with a variety of Disco Biscuit apparel, and a few were just dressed to fit the vibe a non-stop electronic jam session dance party would encompass.
Cody Yozipovic, also known as Frequent-C warmed up the tables and got the crowd dancing as fans trickled in for the festivities. The DJ mixed some beats from Snoop as well as some smooth jazz backed by a hip hop rhythm. Then it was straight to business as the Disco Biscuits took the stage. The band played a continuous session of music without breaks between songs.
The crowd filled every available space throughout the venue dancing like it was the last party on earth.
The incredible stage lights were non-stop, and only aided in pumping up the party. It was a solid example of the new wave of electronica and jam music that has exploded in popularity!