The 4th annual Snowdown SIA took place last night at The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado thanks to Frosted Leaf and The Collective 360. The show, known for mashing the best in EDM music and Hip-Hop featured yesterday as headliners, RL Grime and Juicy J.
Things kicked off last night with New York DJ, Jack Da Ripper on the wheels of steel as the crowd packed in the Fillmore Auditorium. Bass Physics would follow up with an EDM set that got things turnt up for Salva, who brought Trap music to life while he was rocking out on stage.
The first headliner of the night would be hip hop, trap and bass music and member of the Los Angeles Electronic music collective WeDidIt – RL Grime. The man behind the turntables would have the crowd in a trance as he went from record to record playing his best remixes, and singles. Grime would have the place on complete lockdown when he dropped his Baauer-assisted “Infinite Daps.”
Juicy J would make his grand entrance on stage around 11PM as he would run through some of his hits from his most recent LP, Stay Trippy. The former Three Six Mafia member would cater to his Denver fans by performing his Billboard Top 100 smash, theKaty Perry record “Dark Horse.” The rapper would then bring some beautiful ladies onto the stage to perform their best pole dance as Juicy rocked out to “Bandz A Make Her Dance.” The trippy one would run through some his classic 36Mafia records like “Ride Spinnas,” “Stay Fly,” “Slob On My Knob” and more. Juicy would make it rain on stage and bring several lovely ladies to accompany him on stage. Juicy would close out the show by thanking his supporters for the love and encourage them to get high and trippy.
Author: Roger Krastz @walldoe