Big Gigantic

with Covex

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Sat, Jul 3

Big Gigantic

with Covex

Doors: 9:00 pm
Start: 9:30 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$82 GA / $165 Reserved



Event Information

Belly Up Aspen will be open at 100% capacity with no mask or social distancing requirements.

Pitkin County Health requires that at least 80% of attendees be fully vaccinated. The remaining 20% or less can take a COVID test within 72-hours of the show.  Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test will be required for entry. Customers must be fully vaccinated 14-days prior to the show. 

Attendees who meet the vaccination requirements listed above will be guaranteed admission. 

Due to the 80% vaccination / 20% negative test ratio we are required to maintain, attendees who will be relying on providing negative test results will have their tickets honored on a first come, first serve basis, based on time of purchase, until the 20% negative test allotment is full.

Genre: Electronic

21+ with valid photo ID.

Reserved seating is available for $165 and guarantees a seat in the reserved section. If necessary, groups will be paired together at tables. Seating is based on time of purchase and the configuration of groups. 

There is a ticket limit of 4 GA OR 6 RESERVED per customer based on address, credit card, email address, or other information. Multiple accounts may not be used to exceed these ticket limits. Limits for each show may vary and are listed on the individual show purchase page. 

Orders exceeding published limits, or any tickets purchased for resale, or the resale or attempted resale of any ticket at a price greater than face value is a violation of our ticketing policy and we may cancel a portion or all of such orders without notice.  Ticketing violations may result in the  prohibition of future ticket purchases. In each such case, service fees charged for the purchase of tickets may be retained by Belly Up Aspen.  We reserve the right to change the delivery method from Digital Delivery to Will Call for release on the night of the show.

Supporting acts may be changed or cancelled without notice, however such change or cancellation is not grounds for refunds.

Tickets purchased from any source other than or may not be valid and in such case, you will be denied entry to the show. 

Inquiries should be made to


Belly Up Presale: Thursday May 13th, 10:00 AM

Public On-sale: Friday, May 14th, 10:00 AM

Big Gigantic

Big Gigantic established itself as a pioneer of live electronic music with the band'sinception in 2008. The Colorado-based saxophonist/producer, Dominic Lalli anddrummer, Jeremy Salken , are veterans of blending electronic dance music withtheir live instruments to create Big G's truly unique sound; a sound that is asthoughtful as it is danceable. Big Gigantic mixes musically mature melodies withaddictive beats and samples and crosses all styles of music from jazz to hip hop,funk to dubstep.

Since the release of Free Your Mind in early 2020, Big Gigantic have spent the betterpart of the year hitting new milestones over a decade into their career. Their liveperformance of “Friends” with Ashe at Red Rocks was NPR Music Live Sessions’“Song of the Day” while the song continued to spread to legendary stations likeKCRW (Los Angeles) and KROX (Austin). The coming months also saw them deliver amix on BBC Radio 1 for Diplo and Friends while receiving extensive editorial supportacross Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music. Tastemaker outlets rallied behindFree Your Mind as well, praising the album as “ a beautiful melodic soundscape withlush melodies ” (Your EDM) and “ a truly unique 13-track experience ” (This Song IsSick).

Free Your Mind continued the same vision of uniting the world through music andcommunity-- taking a note from 2016’s Brighter Future.
Brighter Future’s singles“The Little Things" feat. Angela McCluskey and “All Of Me” feat. renowned rapperLogic have received national acclaim, with over 3 million downloads and 75+ millionstreams. Big Gigantic tracks have landed sync placements across the advertisingspectrum from the 2017 Apple MacBook Pro reveal, to HBO season teasers, toCinnamon Toast Crunch and McDonalds Commercials, film trailers, and sportscoverage including Wimbledon, the Indy 500, NBA, NHL, and MLB.

2018 saw the release of numerous collaborations with renowned and respectedartists across genres including Snails, Party Pupils, Louis The Child, a remix of FosterThe People, and the most recent track “Like That” with NGHTMRE out on MadDecent. Looking toward 2019 Big Gigantic is back in the studio with plans to releasemore of their genre blending collaborative music.

Big Gigantic’s impact stretches much farther than their music. After donating tens ofthousands of dollars, school supplies, food and other items to those in need throughtheir #ABigGiganticDifference initiative, Lalli and Salken have taken their give-backmission to the next level. In Fall of 2016, the duo founded the nonprofit A BigGigantic Difference Foundation with the mission to spread positivity and enactchange alongside their fans and community through #ABDG events, fundraisinginitiatives, and donations from ticket sales.

In 2017, they switched their model of giving many small gifts for a greater impactlarge donation. The first ABGDFoundation partnership was announced in the summerof 2017 with the Denver, CO nonprofit, Youth On Record who received the majorityof the funds raised in the year. The gift of over $50,000 built out and supportedinstruction for a stationary computer lab at Youth on Record’s headquarters. In 2018Big Gigantic and their Foundation partnered with veteran non-profit ConsciousAlliance to donate a total of $70,000 a new facility fund to promote greater reach ofthe organization’s mission to stop hunger and support youth in need.

2019 also marked the eighth year of Big Gignatic’s own headlining, two-nightfestival, Rowdytown , at Colorado's famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Over the years,the band has cemented itself as a must-see act on the US festival circuit, havingperformed at every major festival including: Coachella, Lollapalooza, Ultra MusicFestival, Hangout, Austin City Limits, Governors Ball, Electric Forest, Outside Lands,and Bonnaroo.


Taking the loudest elements of life and compressing them into soothing ballads of sound takes genius musical ability, a feat Brendan Bell has accomplished with grace. Raised in Boulder and based out of Denver, Colorado, this chilled out producer has been crafting phenomenal hits for years under the alias Covex. Originally diving into music with vocal and piano training at the age of 7, Bell has shaped his talents into a full spectrum of sonic creation, learning to produce at the young age of 13.

Honing his skills behind the screen and blending production prowess with his natural knack for inventive melodies, the chilled out talent takes fans on an immersive journey of ethereal bliss and dreamy soundscapes. This rising star has found a perfect niche for himself with his signature blend of melodic production and indie influence, garnering praise on hit singles like “Ordinary Lies,” “Alone,” and lending his vocal talents to re-creations of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game,” and Bon Iver’s “Woods.”

Bell has performed alongside names like Illenium, Jauz, Slow Magic, Haywyre, Said the Sky, Crywolf and more, not to mention back-to-back performances at Denver’s Decadence festival featuring names such as Bassnectar, Odesza and Deadmau5 among others. Receiving support from the likes of Hebinomichi, Gravitas Recordings and YourEDM plus having his remix of Ember Island’s “Can’t Feel My Face” in Illenium’s Ashes to Ashes mix series, Bell has continually garnered praise across the dance music spectrum, becoming a new force in musical ingenuity.