Sunsquabi at Denver’s Mission Ballroom with Dreamer’s Delight and The Funk Hunters
Written By | Stevie Selby
This was a line up that could make your grandparents start dancing again. Dreamers Delight, The Funk Hunters, & Sunsquabi all made the most out of their time at Mission Ballroom. Dreamers Delight set the tone off right, beginning with some of his most acclaimed songs such as Olives and Star Dwellers. Giving the audience a taste of some recent collaborations, no one wanted his set to end.
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These Canadians brought Denver their best. Performing one of their biggest shows ever, The Funk Hunters, were on their A game, featuring a live guitar and Trumpet to accompany their killer set. This DJ duo showcases the variety of their musical taste from Drum & Bass, Hip-Hop, 90’s classics and of course funk! The visualizers to The Funk Hunters set was seamlessly tied into each song they played. The deep, funky, mesmerizing energy that The Funk Hunters brought to Mission Ballroom was enough to have headlined!
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Following up Dreamers Delight and The Funk Hunters amazing sets, Sunsquabi, came out ready to show out. Playing a variety of their music from their albums Insect and Odyssey, as well as newer singles like Top down and Steamcat, the crowd couldn’t get enough of this sound. Accompanied with energetic, vibrant, and dynamic light shows, Sunsquabi’s set was nothing short of entrancing to everyone in the venue. Many fans even brought their own light props and toys that made for fun pockets of little light shows during Sunsquabi’s set.
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This line up of excellent talent & unique creativity really morphed this concert into an experience that almost made waiting around in quarantine for the past year and a half without any concerts worth it. It’s shows like these that make people fall in love with live music. A surprise ending to the show came with an encore song that made this performance one the walls of Mission Ballroom won’t forget for years to come.
Photos By | Stevie Selby