Feature photo: Sam Silkworth.
There’s no doubt that 2019 was the year of Flume. The Aussie production wizard released major hits with Reo Cragun and Vera Blue, released a Mixtape that was included in many Best Dance/Electronic Albums lists, and played Lollapalooza and Red Rocks. That momentum was poised to build into 2020 too, with Flume releasing “The Difference” with Toro y Moi and an eclectic cut of Eiffel 65’s classic hit, “Blue,” along with an appearance on the Coachella 2020 line-up. Now Flume has announced he will host a live stream of his 2019 Red Rocks performance.
The show, which was Flume’s only confirmed US headline date at the time of announcing, saw the artist joined by the likes of JPEGMAFIA and slowthai. In a Tweet, Flume announced that this Thursday, July 16 at 9pm EST, he’ll be streaming the Red Rocks show in full via Twitch and YouTube, which will also feature performances with Vera Blue and Reo Cragun, as well as opening slots from slowthai and JPEGMAFIA. The event will continue Friday afternoon at 3pm EST on the same channels.