The legendary local EDM producer, Paper Diamond, is returning to his home in the Rocky Mountains for his annual 4/20 show. This year the mastermind of music has rescheduled his Colorado show from the middle of March to April 19th, 2014, in order to retain his tradition of playing a 4/20 or pre-4/20 show.

Paper Diamond will be bringing his producing talents to The Ogden Theatre for The Cold Crush: A 420 Celebration on Saturday with Kaytranada and Branchez, showing his home state and loving fans that he’s happy to be home with them.

Paper Diamond is renowned around the world but especially here in Colorado. His range and depth when using an entire library of sounds and samples makes him one of the most versatile DJ’s in the industry at the moment. Paper Diamond is not only one of the best when it comes to creating music, but he is always switching up the variety of his songs and live sets, making him one of the most interesting and entertaining producers to both see and hear.

Paper Diamond seamlessly blends heavy bass music with chiming melodic symphonies, and usually tops them with some harmonic lyrics. Whether completely original work or a masterful remix, Paper Diamond always brings the heat to any stage he performs on. Be sure not to miss Paper Diamond crushing The Ogden Theatre this Saturday, April 19th, and catch him at a festival near you this season. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the show but hurry and buy your tickets now because they will sell out soon. The doors open 8 PM and the show begins at 9.

About The Author

Gabriel is a music junkie from San Francisco, California, and recently graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a BA in Creative Writing. Gabriel is a writer for the music department of 303 Magazine, and aspires to write professionally. Outside of work Gabriel loves to party with friends at music festivals, snowboard in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, travel the globe experiencing new cultures and lounge with some quality TV on a lazy Sunday. Contact Gabriel by email at Gabriel@303magazine.com.

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