Festivals New Year's Eve

Decadence Festival NYE 2013: Preview & Lineup



November 26th, 2013

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Typically, New Year’s Eve means one of a few options- working, a house party with cheap champagne, or piling into a car with a couple friends for a night of bar hopping and clubbing. Luckily for EDM fans, just as the scene continues to grow so does the spectrum of NYE possibilities ranging from epic club performances to multi-day festivals. Regardless if 2013 was your first year in the electronic dance community or whether you’ve been a fan for years, why not spend the final 48 hours of the year at Decadance – Colorado’s largest New Year’s Eve celebration.
Entering its third year of production, Decadence once again takes over downtown Denver’s Colorado Convention Center to give music fans 18 and over their chance to ring in 2014 with two days of the nation’s most talented electronic artists. Over 12,000 EDM fans descended upon downtown Denver last year, shattering the record for Colorado’s largest music festival.  Past acts to grace the Decadence stage have included Krewella, ATB, Flux Pavilion, Zeds Dead, Flosstradamus, Wolfgang Gartner, Feed Me, and Cookie Monsta. Decadence has maintained a strong tradition over the past two years of bringing together some of the biggest acts in EDM and their fans to create an unforgettable and positive end and new beginning to one’s year.
Starting December 30th, Decadance will take over the 600,000 square foot exhibition space of the Colorado Convention with two massive dance hall stages.  Day one will include the talents of Bassnectar, Tiësto, Triad Dragons, Break Science, and Dada Life (among others),while day two will feature Pretty Lights, 12th Planet, Above & Beyond, Ecotek, with more and more artists being added to the lineup.

 

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With this year’s celebration less than two month’s away you are not going to want to miss your chance to experience one of the nations fastest growing indoor music festivals.  General Admission single day admission tickets (day 1 tickets; day 2 tickets) start at a mere $55 with two day passes available at a discounted rate.  First tier VIP passes including commemorative merchandise, separate entrancing, and private box seating are still available starting at $120.  In addition special private VIP Cabana packages are expected to be announced soon. If you’re concerned about what you can and cannot bring, check out the list of allowed and prohibited items. The Decadence team has teamed up with nearly a dozen Denver hotels to give your crew the easiest and best travel accommodations, all of which are within a short commute from the convention center.  There are a number of options from two to five star hotels, with amenities such as restaurants, bars, pet friendly rooms, wifi, indoor pools, and any other needs you may require.
As the unique melodies of the ever-growing “Colorado sound” begin to secure its spot in electronic dance music, Denver is the perfect destination to close out 2013. Already the winter capital of the nation, attendees will witness incredible productions across three stages as they are immersed into a world of sound, polymorphic performers, and reality bending experiences.  Can we get much higher? Not when you’re ending 2013, a mile above the rest.  Be sure to act quickly and not miss out on your chance to ring in 2014 with a new experience of Denver Decadence and experience a new era of New Year’s Eve!

December 30th

Bassnectar

Beats Antique

Bass Physics

Break Science

Dada Life

Keys N Krates

Late Night Radio

Nervo

Tiësto

TJR

Triad Dragons

TSO

December 31st

12th Planet

Above & Beyond

Dragon & Jontron

Ecotek

Pretty Lights

Odesza

Written by contributor Seth Hiravy.



A hybrid child of the 203 & 860, Seth would save up any allowance money he had and raid the dance section of his local CD store for anything with a 4X4 beat. By high school, he organized his area’s first electronic event. While this proved to be a disaster, he wrote a killer college acceptance letter about it - thus a music journalist was born. Today he continues to document from behind the keyboard. When he’s not searching for the perfect emoji or making festival posters/totems, he enjoys long walks into parallel universes, pulling off shameless dance moves, and leading the fight against kids from CT who feel wearing cowboy hats is okay.