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It’s no surprise with two nights of Alix Perez and a 4th of July gRLL sMTH, that The Black Box is the main talk of the underground. Selling out shows in a blink of an eye, The Black Box continues its streak with unmatched line-ups and roaring sound. Now filling summer Sundays with their Brunch Box series, The Black Box opens their patio for a whole different experience.

Brunch Box at The Black Box

Sipping our Morning Coffee.

On July 9th, we had the opportunity to vibe at the sold-out Morning Coffee Brunch Box on a sunny, 80-degree afternoon. Joining the crowd on the patio, we started the afternoon with hip-hop-inspired sets from $1 Vinyl and CurlyOnE. The atmosphere was alive and bright outdoors, with vendors and live painters in the lounge. parkbreezy and pheel. AKA Morning Coffee, brought the mood even higher through lofi feels and grooving bass lines. Their style and sound emit an uplifting energy, perfectly matching the Colorado summer day. The duo, along with their team at all:lo collective, has been a part of curating and setting the tone at The Brunch Box since the beginning. The inviting home-y feels combined with the collective’s positive energy and hip-hop flare is something you have to experience for yourself.

parkbreezy and pheel. AKA Morning Coffee

Not to worry, The Brunch Box series is only getting started this summer. The events are typically hosted between 2 pm-6 pm, perfect for those with commitments on Monday mornings. If you missed out on Morning Coffee, all:lo collective has you covered with another Brunch Box on August 13th. We know we won’t miss that weekend, which features a benefit show with the legendary Rust Music & Friends. Also, looking to groove and prepare for the Pretty Lights madness? McWavy has you covered on July 30th with support from CatParty and DJ Letdown.

We can’t wait to vibe with ya’ll on the patio this summer!

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