MORRISON, Colo. -- Hanging out in the music scene here in Denver, you see a lot of bands start off small and move their way up to bigger venues throughout their careers.
Take, for example, Phantogram, an electronic duo from New York who I've seen play at the Ogden, then the Fillmore and next a show for "Project Pabst" in Denver last spring.
They've hit the big time now with their first show at Red Rocks and 10,000 screaming fans anxious to see them.
The group didn't disappoint! Sarah Barthel sang and danced away, partnered with guitar player Josh Carter as they belted out hits like "When I'm Small", "Black Out Days", "You Don't Get Me High Anymore" and "Futuristic Casket."
Scroll through photos of the show above this story.