The best part of Pretty Lights’ second of two sold out Red Rocks shows was also the briefest, the third set with members of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
Pretty Lights played for about six hours on Friday, kicking off two nights at Red Rocks that included sets with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
After a unique tour last year that had the Denver producer performing with a live band, Pretty Lights has announced he will return to Red Rocks for two nights with 13 members of the Colorado Symphony.
Despite its permanently overcast skies, the second day of Snowball saw an uptick in attendance thanks to established names like Pretty Lights, Brother Ali and Yeasayer.
Pretty Lights spills about an upcoming music project, what he thinks about the new home of Snowball and “pressing play.”
Though he didn’t win for best dance/electronica album, Pretty Lights’ Derek Vincent Smith told Fuse that he didn’t get his hopes up at the Grammys on Sunday.
Pretty Lights rang in a new year and an era of legalized marijuana with a visceral and smoky performance at Decadence New Year’s Eve at the Colorado Convention Center.
Denver’s Pretty Lights played an intimate show at the Ogden Theatre on Thursday.
The Ogden Theatre will look pretty small when Pretty Lights — who is used to playing in front of tens of thousands — performs at the venue in December.
On Saturday, Denver’s Pretty Lights played the second of two sold out shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Acts on the Pretty Lights record label opened the show.