Pioneers of Colorado's electronic music explosion, Break Science soars ahead of the curve, with a decade-plus trendsetting the game. Steeped in filial traditions of East Coast hip hop, and futuristic soundwaves of the now, the Denver-based duo continues to scale creative mountains. Comprised of keyboardist/producer/jazz pianist Borahm Lee (Pretty Lights Live Band) and funk/hip-hop drummer extraordinaire Adam Deitch (Lettuce), Break Science traces roots to the embryonic seeds that flowered the electro-soul movement. The pair have consistently ascended the cutting edge of live dance music culture with an array of blistering live performances in any number of settings or configurations.
 
 
 
Michal Menert is a Polish-born American electronic music producer and the founder of Super Best Records. He was also the first artist on the Pretty Lights Music label and was an integral part of Pretty Lights, producing Pretty Lights debut album, Taking Up Your Precious Time as well as contributing to several tracks after his official departure from the project. Menert tours with a 7 piece band including MC, violin, and DJ
 
Hustling to make his mark in Denver, Colorado's electronic music melting pot, Late Night Radio is earning the respect of fans and peers alike through prolific production, innovative experimentation, and a dogged dedication to the craft. Alex Medellin has put in his time in the industry, coming up in Texas and California, but his ascension in the Colorado scene speaks to his ability to not only create a stunning array of original tracks, but bring them to life on stage, practicing what he preaches—guided by the mantra "emotion over energy."
 
 
The Fritz is a soul-driven dance rock band hailing from Asheville, NC. The group's aggressive approach to funk, soul, and rock creates a sound that is uniquely their own. Their high-energy, danceable songs provide a platform for each member to shine. With powerful vocals, climactic solos, and tight grooves, The Fritz has built a devoted following and is captivating audiences everywhere.
 
Wax has been steady gaining steam, supporting acts like Big Gigantic, Pretty Lights, Tipper, Opiuo and many more. Recent accomplishments include releases with Atlantic Records, Gravitas Records, a video produced by Pretty Lights lighting director Lazer Shark, and multiple albums sold to Viacom.

Performing live The duo from Philadelphia takes listeners on an immersive journey. Guitarist Keith Wadsworth is known for his energetic performances, often times interacting with the crowd, creating in the moment connections. Guitar work that ranges from soulful to technical intertwines with analogue synths, hard hitting drums and haunting vocal samples, to create music that is emotive and memorable.
 
   
Arkansauce is a genre-hopping, four piece string band from northwest Arkansas, bending the rules and blurring the lines between bluegrass, newgrass, folk, americana, country, blues, and funk. With a loyal following growing every day in the Natural State and along their tour routes, the band is proud to be stepping into a hard-driving sound unique to the Arkansas quartet.
 
   
Drawing from many genres, Opal Agafia & the Sweet Nothings blends the best elements of soul, blues, rock, jazz, gospel, country, swing, and traditional mountain music into a sound that captures the past and boldly pushes ahead. Agafia calls her genre, "Ozark Mountain Soul Roots n Roll." The band's fan base is an eclectic and broad blend of folks from all walks of life, stretching from across the West, Mid-West and the South, where they have established successful tour routes filled with eager supporters.
 
   
Pretty much a bad ass band from Fayetteville, AR.