Louis The Child and Big Wild teaming up for Red Rocks show on May 24

With their warm and enticing sound, electronic pop artists Louis The Child and Big Wild have established themselves as Colorado favorites. Now, the artists are teaming up for a special co-headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer.

Louis The Child and Big Wild will be joined by openers Quinn XCII and Phantoms when they play Red Rocks on Thursday, May 24. Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday, Jan.19; click here to get your tickets directly on AXS.com.

The Chicago-bred duo Louis The Child have released a number of singles since first meeting at a Madeon show in 2012. Although most of their music features dreamy pop vocals supporting meaty electronic hooks, 2017 EP Love Is Alive featured a collaboration with the rapper Blaise Railey and they also released the single "Turn Me Down" with Pell under the moniker Pellican Child.

The Australian producer Big Wild has become a fast favorite in the Mile High City thanks to his recent tour with GRiZ and his excellent 2017 EP Invincible, which was released on ODESZA's Foreign Family Collective label.

With two strong artists in support, this is looking like one of the most stacked shows of the summer concert season. Click here to get your tickets to the show on May 24 and listen to Louis The Child's most recent single "Last To Leave" ft. Caroline Ailin in the video embedded above.