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Global Dance Festival kicks off with high energy, headbanging fun

Riot Ten, Doctor P b2b FuntCase and Zomboy lit up the Northern Lights tent in the first Global after two years.

Denver’s largest and most hyped electronic festival kicked off with an energetic vibe at Empower Field at Mile High. From food trucks to rides and even an electronic bull, the crowd traveled near and far to Global Dance Festival to rage under the Mile High sky. Coming with happy faces, the headbangers showed out, with knees high into the night.

The FBI media team placed special emphasis on coverage of the sets we expected to be most filthy, most grimey and most filled with our family. Tickets are still available for Night 2 with Excision, Getter and Midnight T, so buy them now before it sells out.

Riot ten took the stage to complete madness

From C02 poppin' off to high-energy headbangers, he proved why he is the king of railbreaking. The Northern Lights stage was packed out, with a crowd far-reaching to the boundaries of the area.

A majority of his played-out tracks were unidentifiable IDs, relaying a perma-bass face takeover of the crowd.

The sound at Northern Lights felt as though it exceeded and overtook that of the other three stages, and was impressive not only for its audio quality but for the production as well.

Riot Ten has come to be one of dubstep's most recognizable faces, and he always pulls a major crowd in the Mile High City. The FBI team will be at his two tour stops at the Ogden Theater Sept. 30-Oct. 1 with High Zombie and Layz.

Doctor P and FuntCase's destructive back-to-back

Doctor P and FuntCase immediately started destroying the stage. The entire crowd couldn’t help but waist bend with their bass faces and be shredded through uncharted waters.

The duo brought UK Dubstep to Denver, in what was quite frankly the filthiest set of the night. They obliterated the stage and the crowd, playing classics like Reasons (Doctor P Remix) while the crowd got a taste of a modern, yet traditional Circus Records set. They even rinsed Illenium’s classic Crawl Outta Love, but with a riddimy twist which was quite clever given Illenium was on the stage next door

Zomboy's unearthly headlining set lit fire to the night

Zomboy came out with a larger than life introduction with classic songs that built up massive hype. At this point, the Northern Lights stage was all but broken from the intense rage and bass after hours of Denver's finest headbangers raging beneath. On-brand for Zomboy, he rinsed out of his familiar tunes with a heavier twist. The production was greatly executed, with. mosh pits going off throughout the set.

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