Let the games begin. Or should we say let the paint begin? “Life in Color”, the “World’s Largest Paint Party” rocked the University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center last night. With over 75 percent tickets sold, the crowd in attendance partied all night long. This year’s show featured headliner Borgore and MORTON with supporting set by Calise & Carigz.
Over the years, “Life in Color” has made it’s name on college campuses across the country for its wildness. After coming to Kingston, Rhode Island in 2013, “Life in Color” returned much bigger, louder and more colorful than ever before. By the end of the night, neon everywhere.
The audience dressed with all variations of white clothing, colorful headbands, hats, sunglasses, masks, for the event. Live on stage,colorful and wild looking acrobats who twirled and danced their way above the audience’s heads.
According to University Primetime, last night’s show was Calise & Carigz official return to the “Life in Color” line up. Calise & Carigz, two DJs from Rhode Island, both of whom have shared the stage with many big names in the EDM industry. The two have recently released new tracks such as “Bring it” and “Overload” on their Beatport account. They also played famous song “Off With Ya Head”.
This year’s “Life In Color” teamed up with Wavo to give one lucky young DJ the honor to perform on stage at this year’s event. Colt Blumenthal, a nineteen-year-old, from San Antonio, Texas won this year’s contest.
MORTON hit the stage after Calise & Carigz ended their performance. MORTON is another big name artist in the EDM industry. He brought to the stage some classic music along with his own style of EDM. The crowd went crazy whenever his beat dropped and he was definitely a big hit at this year’s show.
As the night came to a close, headliner Borgore ended the night. His tracks also take on an eerie vibe, each one creates a sonic horror movie by his molding of melding trap, house and dubstep with heavy metal. The crowd went wild for him at the end of the show and one could feel the Ryan Center rumble with excitement.
“Life in Color” definitely brought the house down and left the audience covered in paint. If you didn’t get the chance to attend the show in person, you can check out Life in Color’s website and follow their social medias to keep up-to-date with all of their future events.