5 Unique Ways Decadence Colorado Rang In 2019

| January 02, 2019

Decadence is known for it's legendary lineups, impressive installations and expansive environment. We chose five reasons Decadence stood out from other New Year's Eve events. 

This year was no different. The production was out of this world, the stage lineups offered the best in the EDM world right now and the overall vibes were incredible as attendees gathered from all over. 


1. 1788-L Colorado Debut

1788-L debuted in Colorado for the first time this Decadence and left the crowd begging for more. This highly anticipated set did not disappoint. We even named him on our list of top bass producers of 2018. Keep this mysterious maven on your radar for the upcoming year.



2. Art Installations

From air-filled sculptures, glowing weeping willows, invaders from another realm and a maze of mushrooms, Decadence knows how to create an immersive experience for all to enjoy.  



3. Massive Silent Disco

Decadence once again brought a bouncing pit for the three-channelled silent disco! From local favorites like Freddy Rule and A-Tone, listeners had a variety of acts to flip through and experience. 



4. Roaming Performers

The epicenter of the pit can be an adventure but, if you find yourself needing some room, these roaming performers will make sure you are still having the time of your life. From towering stilt performers, hamster ball space babes with light up whips and a crew of kittens, there was not a dull moment at Decadence. 



5. It's in Colorado!

Now, I know what you're thinking. So what? But the majority of an experience depends on the environment. From pre-show snacking to post mountain adventures, Colorado takes care of the culture that makes it unique and special. Global Dance sure knows how to curate an epic party. 



iEDM is here for all your last minute parties and planned out excursions. Stay warms these last few weeks of winter with our Hoodie Collection HERE

about the writer


Read More...Corinne is a Denver-based visual artists and writer.

She grew up in Chicago and then received her BA in Studio Art at University of Minnesota- Twin Cities before making her way to Colorado.

Her first festival was Electric Forest which inspired her to pursue a creative life. She began participating with the Bassnectar team and shortly after starting working behind the scenes of a multitude of music and art events.

You can find her running around Denver getting involved in all things art and music.

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