The Floozies headline Dew Tour concert
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What: The Floozies perform at the Dew Tour.
Where: Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge.
When: Saturday, Dec. 16, 6:30 p.m. doors open; show at 7:30.
Cost: $35; VIP packages available.
More information: The Dew Tour takes place Dec. 14-17. Visit www.DewTour.com.
BRECKENRIDGE — Nationally acclaimed EDM duo The Floozies will headling the Dew Tour concert on Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Riverwalk Center in downtown Breck.
The annual ski and snowboard festival takes place at Breckenridge Dec. 14 through Dec. 17 and will serve as an Olympic qualifying event.
About The Floozies
Brothers Matt and Mark Hill are The Floozies, the duo that has been blasting through the electronic funk scene with their unique performances over the past decade.
Their onstage presence and overall live show experience will take fans through funk, hip-hop, electronica, rock and dub, always aiming to explore new sounds. The Floozies don’t pre-record any of their work, so each show is an authentic experience.
Their ascent has been celebrated at sold-out shows across the U.S. and at music festivals including Electric Forest, Bonnaroo, Summercamp and more.
General admission tickets are now on sale for the Dew Tour concert at DewTour.com and are $35. The all-ages show will start at 7 p.m. and doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Ultimate fans of action sports and music can take advantage of Dew Tour’s VIP passes featuring Gold, Silver and Bronze level programs. In addition to having access to each competition’s best viewing area, VIP packages can include VIP concert tickets, Dew Tour swag, meet and greet with athletes and food and beverage.
All Dew Tour competitions and fan zones — both on and off mountain — are free and open to the public. The full calendar of events can be found at DewTour.com.
A total of 15 hours of winter Dew Tour coverage will air on NBC and NBCSN. The event will also be livestreamed in its entirety on DewTour.com. Stay fully connected at Dew Tour.com and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube by following @DewTour.
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