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GRiZ, CloZee to launch Meow Wolf Denver’s new concert venue, the Perplexiplex – The Burlington Record

Colorado-based electronic dance heroes GRiZ and CloZee will headline Meow Wolf Denver’s new concert hall during its opening weeks, the entertainment company based in Colorado announced today. Santa Fe.

Meow Wolf Denver’s surreal, immersive sculpture and art installation, dubbed Convergence Station, is slated to open on September 17. Tickets for the shows in its 488-seat Perplexiplex venue – with GRiZ performing on Saturday, September 18 and CloZee on Saturday, October 2 – are on sale to the public on Thursday, September 2 at

Tickets for each are $ 50 in advance and $ 55 on the day of the show.

Throughout the night of GRiZ’s performance, the Denver chapter of House of Flora (it’s a kiki, or ballroom, based in Oregon), House Mother Valentino Valentine will bring the Fashion vibes celebrating Denver’s black and Latino trans and queer communities at the Meow Wolf opening night. CloZee’s DJ set will feature supporting artists Chmura and Quark.

When not hosting concerts, Perplexiplex acts as one of the attractions inside Convergence Station. It features an artfully eerie scene reminiscent of the cathedral’s elaborate sculpture in the building’s ice world anchor space. During the day, it will also feature interactive art screenings courtesy of Factory of the moment, Meow Wolf officials said in a press release.

“We couldn’t be more excited to open our Meow Wolf Denver Hall with hometown heroes Griz and CloZee,” Noah Kessler, promoter of Meow Wolf events, said in the Denver-based International Touring Artists release. “There is nothing like a shared experience of live music and feeling connected to an artist, your friends or hundreds of strangers. “

“I want the show to radiate positivity,” CloZee said. “The great thing about Meow Wolf is that you always know what kind of experience you will have, but you are always surprised by what you see. I hope to bring the same elements on the musical side.

Meow Wolf’s original Santa-Fe-based venue, the House of Eternal Return, hosted concerts by major independent artists such as Animal Collective, Big Freedia, Claude Vonstroke, Chris Lake, Flying Lotus and STRFKR.

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