Agave presents Vibe Street, Brightside and SoDown on Saturday, Dec. 19
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What: Vibe Street, Brightside and SoDown.
When: Saturday, Dec. 19; doors open at 9:30 p.m.
Where: Agave, 1060 W. Beaver Creek Blvd., Avon.
Cost: $10 online or at the door.
More information: Show is for ages 21 and older; visit http://www.agaveavon.com for advance tickets or more information.
AVON — Raised in Trumbull, Connecticut, and now based in Denver, Vibe Street, aka Ben Davis, will bring a flavor that is unrivaled in the world of music to the stage at Agave in Avon today.
Taking influences from game-changing producers in the ever-exploding electro-hip-hop-glitch-funk movement, and combining it with elements of bluegrass, folk, blues and jam, Davis has coined the genre “grass-hop/future-folk” to describe his unique sound.
Ranging from feel-good, blue-grassy tunes to soulful, spacey electronic beats that can rock a late-night dance tent, Vibe Street combines forward thinking and versatility and is providing music fans across all spectrums with a refreshing dose of originality.
Joining Vibe Street at Agave is Brightside, which over the past two years has developed a devoted fan base by embracing the grassroots culture of the bass music scene and captivating fans with his eclectic blend of mid-tempo, psychedelic bass music. He made big waves at FARM Fest 2014, which led to a strong East Coast tour and direct support slots on huge after-parties for shows such as Tipper at Best Buy Theater and Bassnectar at Madison Square Garden.
Brightside proceeded to tear up the festival circuit in 2015, hitting iconic festivals such as Infrasound, Camp Bisco and Gathering of the Vibes. The Brightside movement continues to grow rapidly, as fans spread the word and press outlets catch on to the wild crowd reactions to his live sets. With three EP releases in the past year, Brightside shows no signs of slowing down.
Learn more at vibestreetmusic.com and http://www.agaveavon.com.
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