Tiesto performs at the Winter X Games in Aspen, CO

26 January 2014 — 26 January 2014
Wagner Park, South Mill Street, Aspen, CO, United States Aspen Show on map | add to calendar
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On Sunday, January 26, 2014, X Games Music Presents Tiesto w/ Axwell in Wagner Park during the Winter X Games in Aspen, CO. Experience the X Games concerts in true VIP style, and get your premium ticket here, which includes access into the X Games Music reserved tent, with heated, preferred viewing along with complimentary food and beverage.

About Tiesto

With over 14 million friends on Facebook, 1.5 million followers on Twitter, over 400 million views (and 800K subscribers) on YouTube, his globally syndicated Club Life radio show as well as his Club Life iTunes artist podcast (#1 music podcast globally), Tiësto has truly become a universal phenomenon.

Voted ‘The Greatest DJ Of All Time’ by Mixmag in 2011 and the #1 DJ by Rolling Stone, Tiësto has worked with superstars such as Kanye West, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Nelly Furtado, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Goldfrapp and many more.

About Axwell

Alongside his long serving peers and childhood friends Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, Swedish House Mafia set a new precedent with such chart-topping endeavors such as ‘ ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ and momentous live landmarks at Madison Square Garden, Milton Keynes Bowl and Main stage Ultra, Miami. Their legendary farewell tour ‘One Last Tour’ racked up a landmark run of 53 shows across 36 cities, selling over 1 million tickets.

Axwell himself has had a busy summer touring Europe’s most vibrant festivals including Summerburst, Tomorrowlands and the first ever Tomorrowworld, plus headlining his biggest ever solo show in his hometown of Stockholm for 10,000 party goers. Having spun eclectic sets across 67 countries at some 480 shows over the past 5 years, it is fair to say that Ax has a solid vision for the road ahead. As a proud member of the thriving global dance culture and a man who has taken the long way round to fulfil his wildest dreams, the labour of love has seldom sounded as sweet as that of Axwell.