Citizens of Decadence! Once again we return to our immaculate utopia to indulge in two nights of pure bliss and sonic delight.
Prepare for another year of America’s largest New Year’s Eve Dance Celebration, featuring the world’s most renowned talent and larger than life production that is unmatched. Gaze upon our dazzling city and experience a trip away from reality with friends and loved ones at the biggest and best end of the year festival celebration.
The sparkling Colorado Convention Center will host our extravagant New Year’s Eve celebration in the heart of Downtown Denver.
Taking place from December 30th thru December 31st right in the central of Denver’s own magnificent downtown metropolis, Decadence 2018 will be your perfect send off into the year 2019! Over 600,000 square feet of the exhibit halls will be transformed into two massive arenas, complete with lavish décor and over-the-top production. Following are amenities offered at the Colorado Convention Center (700 14h St., Denver, CO 80202): smoking area, food & beverage, multiple full bars for 21+, coat check located in the lobby area, ATMs, easy lightrail access, walking distance to many downtown hotels, entry lines indoors (lobby area). Get there early, music starts at 6:30pm and goes until 3:00am each night. Will Call / Box Office opens at 6:00pm.
This year’s lineup for America’s largest NYE dance celebration is diverse with everything from trance to bass to house music.
In keeping with Global Dance tradition, the Decadence headliners were announced one by one on Facebook. A few other artists were added after the initial lineup release, including: Anna Lunoe, Frank Walker, and What So Not. Overall, each night offers a variety of genres that will satisfy in some shape or form.
Day 1 (December 30)
1788-L, Above & Beyond, Alison Wonderland, Bassnectar, Camelphat, Claude VonStroke, Eric Prydz, Mikey Lion B2B Lee Reynolds, Nora En Pure, Skrillex, Spencer Brown, Toy Box, Trajikk, Zeds Dead
Day 2 (December 31)
3LAU, Anti Up, Big Wild, Decadon, Deorro, Ecotek, Griz, Ilan Bluestone, Illenium, Marshmello, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, Svdden Death B2B Must Die!, The Him, Walker & Royce
Back by popular demand, the Silent Disco returns for the 5th year to Decadence!
Grab a pair of headphones, turn up the volume and engage the brain in our Silent Disco at Decadence. This year’s lineup includes some of Colorado’s finest. Dance under the vibrant sound as connected citizens into the New Year with a perfect two day soundtrack!
Treat yourself to the most decadent New Year’s Eve experience available!
A VIP pass includes everything GA offers, with the addition of several luxurious VIP amenities. Upon arrival, VIP citizens use a separate entrance and receive collectable VIP passes and bracelets to access exclusive VIP areas in the main arenas. VIP will have special access to elevated decks for viewing, private bars, and lounge areas with seating. Single days and 2-Day VIP available (Ages 18+).
Make sure to grab your tickets here before they sell out.
Looking for something to do between sets? Check out Decadence performers, vendor village, visual art, and more.
Friendly reminder about the importance of safety in the City.
Although Decadence is all about indulging for two nights of adults-only dancing and extravagance, keep these tips in mind as you dance through the New Year in style:
1. Drink LOTS of water. 2-nights of dancing is a lot of strenuous exercise, and at a higher altitude you require even more water than you normally would!
2. Eat well before the show! You’ll probably be so excited that food will be the last thing on your mind; but food is fuel and a properly fueled body will result in greater stamina for dancing and prevent upset stomachs over the course of the night. Food is available at the venue, but eating some fruit before you enter is your best bet at going 100% all night long!
3. Wear comfortable shoes. Decadence is a vast expanse spread over 3 dance arenas! Wear insoles or your most comfortable shoes to ensure that your feet are happy as you dance your way through the new year.
4. Look out for each other! This scene was founded with the principles of Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. If you see someone that looks like they’re having a hard time, get them some water and get them medical attention. Don’t be worried about getting in trouble, Colorado’s Good Samaritan law exempts anyone helping someone get medical attention from ANY liability.
Don’t forget: you need to Eat & Sleep if you want to Rave & Repeat!
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