Madeon’s Awe-Inspiring “Good Faith Forever” Is Coming to Red Rocks
"This is my final year touring this show and I couldn't retire it without playing one of the best and most iconic venues in America."
Madeon's "Good Faith Forever" show, which takes fans on an awe-inspiring journey through music and light, will culminate in a grand finale at Red Rocks.
"Good Faith Forever" is an audiovisual masterpiece, connecting the creative visions of Madeon and his team of engineers and visual artists: Shinichiro Fujita, OSEAN, Mollie Tarlow and Mike Kluge. Conceptualized back in 2015, the concept has since grown into one of the electronic music scene's most beloved live shows.
Madeon opened up about the intricacies of the production in an intimate interview with EDM.com last year, telling us about its unique storyline, which features imagery conjured from his shared experiences and memories.
"What I love about this show—and the reason why I’m more proud of if than anything else I’ve ever worked on—is I feel like it's so distinctly the result of my taste and my interests, and my life," Madeon said. "All of my hobbies found my way into this show."
Other noteworthy creative elements in the "Good Faith Forever" show include Madeon's wardrobe (his signature cloak and bolero hat) and experimentation with the concepts of darkness, vanishing points and magical realism.
"This is my final year touring this show and I couldn't retire it without playing one of the best and most iconic venues in America," Madeon said of his upcoming performance at Red Rocks, the nation's preeminent open-air concert venue.