Chainsmokers lit the stage on fire at X Games Aspen

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Chainsmokers lit the stage on fire at X Games Aspen

A fan holds up their hand at The Chainsmokers concert on January 25.

A fan holds up their hand at The Chainsmokers concert on January 25.

Photo courtesy of X Games

A fan holds up their hand at The Chainsmokers concert on January 25.

Photo courtesy of X Games

Photo courtesy of X Games

A fan holds up their hand at The Chainsmokers concert on January 25.

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The 2019 Aspen Winter X Games concerts included one of the most popular EDM (electronic dance music) artists of today, The Chainsmokers, who lit up the stage with their music, an assortment of beaming lights, and streams of smoke. Their new album called Sick Boy was prominently featured at this show, but they also played many of their pop hits including “Closer”, “Roses”, and “Don’t Let Me Down”. Artists Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall both know how to entertain an audience. This wasn’t just a show, but a mind-blowing production.

Noelle Shield-Taylor, a freshman at AHS, reflects on the concert’s energy.

“The concert was so good. I think they did a great job with all the stage effects and just the overall quality of the music. I enjoyed it,” Shield-Taylor said.

The production quality of this show was well planned out. The show was something that was extremely visually appealing and included multiple fire explosions, a pretty solid light show, and colorful visuals. Sabrina Zanier, a senior at AHS, left the show in high spirits.

“It was honestly very fun and the crowd just had such a good vibe. I didn’t want it to end. The music was good and they played a lot of stuff that was more EDM than usual.” Zanier said.

The Chainsmokers blew the crowd away with remixes, including one of “The Circle of Life” from the Lion King. The production of this show was a 10 out of 10, and they played many of the classic Chainsmokers hits that we all love. Reiss Rosier, a senior at AHS, was impressed by Andrew Taggart’s vocals.

“I thought he was a pretty good singer and he performed well. Personally, I do believe it was better when they were just mixing and playing some harder stuff. I would definitely go to a Chainsmokers concert again,” Rosier said.

 

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