Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Skip to content

Après at the Amps Concerts

Vail Mountain’s 60th anniversary season just got even more legendary with the announcement that we will be de-winterizing and opening the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater (The Amp) for the venue’s first-ever winter concerts on April 7-8. Featuring electronic acts Polo & Pan, Big Gigantic and DJ Pee .Wee aka Anderson .Paak (all-vinyl set), additional support for Après at The Amp concerts will include Haasy, Lewis OfMan and Alana English. Tickets on sale now!

POLO & PAN with support from Haasy and Lewis OfMan – Friday, April 7, 2023

5:30pm | Haasy
6:30pm | Lewis OfMan
8:15pm | Polo & Pan

*schedule subject to change 

ABOUT POLO & PAN: Polo & Pan are timeless. The Parisian duo rose to global prominence by eliciting a summery musical hedonism that flicks like frames through Golden Era Hollywood films— think romance-thrillers in San Tropez or love-crossed youth in Rio de Janeiro. With the release of their long-awaited sophomore LP Cyclorama, Polo & Pan further refine their cinematic impressions on house, disco, club, techno, and psychedelia in arrangements that play out like vignettes, abstractions on the motif of voyage that traverse through locales, time, tempo, and the cycles of life.

ABOUT LEWIS OFMAN: From his first compositions at 11 years old on Garageband, to the well-received Yo Bene (2017) and Dancy Party (2021), Lewis OfMan has always prominently featured music that resounds in the distance when the sun is only just starting to sink. With Sonic Poems, the Parisian producer takes a step deeper into the heart of the night. “Let’s get drunk and keep it light” proclaims the song “Misbehave”, which invites us to raise our glass to the mistakes we make when we’ve had too much to drink, to the encounters we make at club exits (“Love Parade”), and to the messages sent in altered states (“Too Much Text”).

ABOUT HAASY: Bridger Haas aka “Haasy” exploded onto the scene opening shows for the likes of Kaskade, Zedd, Fisher, Chris Lake, and more. Haasy, a Colorado Native, has headlined shows in Denver and Boulder. He now resides in Aspen, Colorado where he frequently plays the iconic Belly Up.

BIG GIGANTIC and DJ PEE .WEE (all vinyl set) with support from Alana English, Saturday – April 8, 2023

5:30pm | Alana English
6:30pm | DJ Pee .Wee aka Anderson .Paak (all vinyl set)
8:15pm | Big Gigantic

*schedule subject to change 

ABOUT BIG GIGANTIC: Big Gigantic are veterans of blending electronic dance music with their live instruments to create Big G’s truly unique sound; a sound that is as thoughtful as it is danceable. They draw light out of an inimitable mélange of impressive instrumentation, cinematic production, propulsive percussion, and, of course, triumphant saxophone. The genre-bending Denver, CO pair—Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken—uplift with every subsequent album and show, mixing musically mature melodies with addictive beats and samples that crosses all styles of music from jazz to hip hop, funk to dubstep.

ABOUT DJ PEE .WEE (ANDERSON .PAAK): Brandon Paak Anderson is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and drummer. Paak has an extensive resume that spans multiple music genres. He is a Grammy Award winner, lead singer and drummer of Anderson Paak and the Free Nationals, and he’s worked with some of the biggest names in music in including Andre 3000 and Bruno Mars. DJ Pee .Wee will get the crowd going with his all vinyl set of hits from the 70’s to the 2000’s covering genres including funk, soul, classic house dance, 80’s pop, rock, disco, hip hop, and R&B.

ABOUT ALANA ENGLISH: Alana English hails from Pittsburgh, PA but has called CO home for awhile now! She used quarantine to get after it and emerged in the electronic house scene with her Club Quarantine livestreams and has become a name to know and local favorite in Denver! Her vibes and good energy will put a smile on your face and get your booty moving! Keep an eye out for some new music soon and don’t forget to follow her and her mix series, Dirty English.