Papadosio will deliver a unique audiovisual experience when the band travels to Denver, CO’s Mission Ballroom on December 3rd. In addition to a full performance by the livetronica mainstays, the show will offer an immersive virtual reality experience for fans courtesy of Microdose VR [get tickets].

Supporting Papapdosio at Mission Ballroom is sonic explorer Random Rab along with Canadian producer ATYYA and Denver bass artist Blossomn. The visual element is further bolstered by Papadosio’s addition of ten live painters to the lineup, including Emily Kell, Jake Amazon, Krystleyez, Morgan Mandala, Mr. Melty, Peter Westerman, Randal Roberts, Seth McMahon, Stephen Kruse, and Sweet Melis.

“Our goal is to create a truly unique auditory and visual experience; highlighting the co-creation of all artists at Denver’s newest and hottest venue, the Mission Ballroom,” Papadosio manager Jake Ottmann said in a statement.

While Papadosio mines its expansive lineup from the stage, including the band’s newest album Microdosio, the Microdose VR team will allow fans a fully immersive experience via a small pod set up inside the venue. The concert will also feature visuals from Videometry and Nedroid of Microdose VR. This unique collaboration comes on the heels of 2020’s release of Microdosio and is fittingly dubbed Microdos(io) – VR Experience.

Tickets to the Papadosio Microdos(io) – VR Experience show at Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO on December 3rd are on sale here.

The Asheville, NC-based quintet of Anthony ThogmartinMike HealyRob McConnell, and brothers Sam and Billy Brouse returned to the road this past summer with high-profile appearances at The Werk Out Music & Arts FestivalBackwoods At Mulberry Mountain, and a special Subterranea event held at The Caverns with lespecial and The Beekeepers. These engagements came after the Athens, OH-bred ensemble celebrated 15 years together with a series of shows in North Carolina and at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Most recently, Papadosio held another annual edition of the group’s beloved Resonance Music & Arts Festival, which has found a new home at Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, WV.