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Bauuer performs at Decimo on Vail Mountain Saturday

Decimo returns to Vail Mountain Saturday night with American DJ and producer Harry Bauer Rodrigues, better known as Baauer. While the 24-year-old hasn’t been on the scene long, he's become a new poster-boy for menacing sub-bass stylings. Baauer melds dance floor traditions with hip-hop tendencies, and finds a creative sweet spot between the two. Case in point is his hit track “Harlem Shake," which achieved widespread recognition. Opening acts for the evening will include Brazilian DJ sensation, Marina Diniz, as well as Denver-based DJ and resident at Beta nightclub, Scott Paradis. Décimo is a 21 and over event and doors open at 9 p.m. For information on Décimo events for the winter season, visit www.DecimoVail.com or call (970) 754-CIMO (2466).Tickets start at $100. For a limited time only, guests can purchase tickets using the promo code ‘DECIJAN24’ to receive $25 off.
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Decimo returns to Vail Mountain on Saturday night with American DJ and producer Harry Bauer Rodrigues, better known as Baauer. While the 24-year-old hasn’t been on the scene long, he’s become a new poster-boy for menacing sub-bass stylings. Baauer melds dance floor traditions with hip-hop tendencies and finds a creative sweet spot between the two. Case in point is his hit track “Harlem Shake,” which achieved widespread recognition. Opening acts for the evening will include Brazilian DJ sensation Marina Diniz, as well as Denver-based DJ and resident at Beta nightclub Scott Paradis. Decimo is a 21 and older event and doors open at 9 p.m. For information on Decimo events for the winter season, visit http://www.DecimoVail.com or call 970-754-CIMO (2466). Tickets start at $100. For a limited time only, guests can purchase tickets using the promo code ‘DECIJAN24’ to receive $25 off.



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