On Aug. 5 and 6, Pretty Lights live band, led by Derek Vincent Smith, produced an amazing display of light and sound to electronic music fans from all over the country at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire.

Friday night was a good introduction to Saturday night when Derek and the band really let loose and put on an incredible show with an incredible light and laser show that won't be forgotten by the few thousand fans who attended. The rain didn't stop anyone from enjoying the party. 

The first night featured Tipper, G Jones, Marvel Years and Outlet. The second night featured Atmosphere, Big Wild, Brasstracks, and Wax Future. Pretty Lights closed out the show both nights with artists Brian Coogan, Borahm Lee, Alvin Ford Jr. and Chris Karns. In addition, well-known light technician Greg Ellis, also known as “The Lazershark,” sure lived up to his reputation, providing the crowd with a spectacular scene of lasers and multicolored lights, which only amplified the music's vibes.

The party didn't stop Saturday night, where after one of Pretty Light's best performances, a good amount of the crowd raged all night until it was time to drive home the day after the show. 

The next stop on the Pretty Lights Live tour is Telluride, Colorado, for another two-day festival Friday and Saturday, Aug. 26 and 27. 

For a full list of tour locations, lineups and to purchase tickets head to prettylightsmusic.com/tour

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