ILLENIUM announces third show at Red Rocks due to high demand
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After quickly selling out his previously announced two-night run at Red Rocks, ILLENIUM--aka Nick Miller--has announced a third night at the iconic Colorado amphitheater due to high demand. The new show will go down on Oct. 10 ahead of the previously announced dates. Click here to purchase tickets on AXS.

Miller was perhaps just as stoked as fans--and a little incredulous--that a third night was added. Check out his tweet below. Playing one night at Red Rocks is a milestone, but a three-night run puts the Denver DJ in elite company. Only four bands are conducting a trio of shows at Red Rocks in 2019:  Colorado’s own String Cheese Incident, jam favorites Umphrey’s Mcgee, roots rockers The Avett Brothers and jamgrass band Greensky Bluegrass. A three-night run at Red Rocks usually indicates an extremely dedicated fanbase, with many fans traveling to see the shows. For a single person to hit three nights is impressive.

Since announcing his Red Rocks run, ILLENIUM has released a collection of remixes of his latest single with Bahari, “Crashing.” The new takes on the single came from DROELOE, Kloud and Rock Mafia. You can listen to the original above or scroll down to check out the remixes.

Clearly, tickets are going fast, don’t miss your chance to get tickets to Illenium’s newly added date at Red Rocks on Oct. 10.