It’s time to get Rowdy.

Last year Big Gigantic sold-out their sixth two-night Rowdytown show at Red Rocks. Now, they’re coming back to do it again. The Boulder-based duo has established themselves as pioneers in the live electronic music since their first studio album Fire It Up in 2009. Now, on the heels of their latest album Brighter Future and single “$4,000,000,” they’re coming back to The Mile High City for the seventh annual  Rowdytown.

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Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken, the two masterminds who make up Big Gigantic, have managed to create a unique sound by blending instruments with electronic sound. Their most recent production Brighter Future and follow up albums Brighter Future Remixed and Brighter Future Deluxe took the EDM music by stormIt featured names like GRiZ, ROZES, Waka Flocka Flame and Logic, to name a few and debut at number one on the iTunes Electronic charts and number two on Billboard Dance/Electronic chart.

And their influence expands past the limitations of music. Through their nonprofit foundation A Big Gigantic Difference, the duo was able to donate $30,000 to causes from animal rescue, homelessness and youth education. Additionally, during the fall portion of the 2016 “Brighter Future Tour,” one dollar of each ticket sale was donated to a local charity in every market. This year they’re doing it again and upping the ante. Two dollars from every two-day pass sold will be donated to A Big Gigantic Difference Foundation’s 2018 charity fund. Essentially, Big Gigantic is making it possible for us to party with a purpose, and that, we can get behind.

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From international chart toppers to community outreach, there really isn’t anything about this fierce group that we don’t love. And now, they’re coming back to Denver for a summer show. This September 28 and 29th, Big Gigantic will headline Rowdytown at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Last year, the show sold out and we’re expecting the same for round seven.

Doors open at 5 p.m., and you can get two-day passes here. Tickets are on sale now through Big Gigantic’s official website now, on sale onsale through AXS March 2 at 10 a.m.