Kim Petras @ Fillmore Auditorium

Kim Petras made a stop in Denver, CO on her Feed the Beast tour on November 8, 2023, playing a killer show at Fillmore Auditorium. Hyping up the crowd was Alex Chapman, playing some major throwbacks including Hilary Duff & some old Disney channel favorites. Shows like these are so important and special because it feels like a big gay club, a safe space for anyone on the LGBTQ+ spectrum, to collectively come together and just be. More of this, please!

Alex Chapman

DJ and producer Alex Chapman grew up in Chicago with a deep passion for music and sharing it with others. Influenced by a growing EDM scene and evolving music production tech, Chapman began DJing in college as a way to bring people together. Since then, he’s released fun and energetically catchy dance tracks, including his most recent, “Horsey,” featuring pop sensation Kim Petras.

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Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

Kim Petras

Kim Petras is a German singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. Between 2016 & 2020, she released music as an independent artist under her own imprint, BunHead Records. In 2021, she signed with Amigo & Republic Records.

Petras began recording music as a teenager. Prior to releasing a full-length project, she independently released various singles from 2017 to 2019. Singles included “I Don’t Want It at All”, “Heart to Break” and “1, 2, 3 Dayz Up”, and has coined this series of singles as “Era 1”. Several of these singles charted on Billboard‘s Dance/Electronic Songs chart. In 2019, Petras independently released her first two full-length projects, Clarity and Turn Off the Light.

Petras signed with Republic Records in 2021 and released the EP Slut Pop, her first project with Republic, the following year. Petras’s collaborative 2022 single “Unholy” with Sam Smith topped charts internationally, including the UK Singles Chart and the Billboard Hot 100, making her the first openly transgender solo artist to reach number one in the United States. Petras was the first openly transgender artist to receive a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (for “Unholy” in 2023) and the second transgender woman to win a Grammy following Wendy Carlos.

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Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

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