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Sept. 16, 2022

High Ground Music & Arts Experience Review

High Ground Music & Arts Experience Review

Colorado has done it yet again, curating an amazing festival experience for lovers of electronic music. High Ground Music & Arts Experience was an absolute success, generating mostly positive reviews for those in attendance. The festival featured artists Chromeo, TroyBoi, What So Not, Elohim, and many more.

The things that stood out the most was its' unique festival layout. Everything felt rightly placed within the festival grounds, from the vendor setup to the VIP and artist areas. A highlight of the festival was the unique art that was staged all around. One festival goer even went as far as describing some of the art as "the best art I've ever seen at a festival", which is quite the compliment. Another notable thing about High Ground was the food/drinks being fairly inexpensive, and many were pleased about that. While there were some concerns about water pricing the first day of the festival, the team at High Ground listened to the attendees and addressed those concerns graciously. 

Now, let's talk about the music! The weekend showcased some phenomenal sets from so many great artists. Some of the standout performance included Chromeo, TroyBoi, What So Not, Tokimonsta, Elohim, and Gioli & Assia. Day one of the festival featured headliner TroyBoi giving us his timeless throwbacks, as well as treating us to some newer tunes that had the audience extremely hyped. Elohim dazzled us with a showstopping performance, capturing our souls with pure melodic bliss. Day two featured Chromeo playing an unforgettable set that's heavily discussed by those in attendance, and a set from What So Not showing us why he's a marquee name in the world of dance music.

Overall, the masses would agree that this festival was nothing short of amazing. I have "High" (see what I did there) hopes for the creator and organizers of High Ground that this event will be a mainstay in the future. If you want a festival that's not as massive as the likes of an Electric Forest, but also big enough to get quality artists, then this is your type of festival. Make sure to check out the pictures and videos on High Ground's social media pages if you haven't already!


Photo Credit: Levitate Presents and High Ground Team