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LIB recap: Big Gigantic brings its dance party Downtown

The Colorado-based electronic/jazz fusion act Big Gigantic brought a taste of EDC to LIB, seamlessly weaving their dance beats with saxophonist Dominic Lalli’s ultra-smooth riffs. The Huntridge stage was packed—with kandi kids and middle-aged moms and dads alike—from start to finish. And the crowd wasn’t just standing there listening—BG’s jazzy electro inspired one huge LIB dance party. These people were getting down.

Fun fact: The Killers and Imagine Dragons weren’t the only Vegas acts not playing the Homegrown or Red Bull stages—Lalli actually used to call the Valley home as well.

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