Kevin and Jeff may not be children anymore, but they still know how to have a good time. They excited the crowd with an hour of hip-hop and EDM tunes and entertained with riffs and solos. Kevin even joined the audience on the ground, something done by few artists at Bonanza.
Joining the audience on the ground wasn’t his only interaction. Kevin also encouraged audience members to jump, crowd-surf and mosh while hopping on stage himself. One of the only things both Kevin and Jeff don’t like to see in the crowd is fighting. It is very clear how important fans and audience members are to the pair.
Nothing is better than seeing passionate artists, and Hippie Sabotage fits this definition. Not only did they put on an incredible performance, but they even took a moment to give attendants encouraging life advice.
Midway through the set, Kevin said, “My friends, just give yourself a chance in this life, it’s really that simple. Nothing ever happened when someone didn’t give themselves a chance.”
Speaking from experience, Kevin said, “I think that in today’s society where people are … just having a hard time from all walks of life it’s an important thing that I tell myself every day and … we want to try and, you know, leave the people with at least something for how we feel, you know?”
Kevin and Jeff did just that with all the music they’ve produced. Now several of Hippie Sabotage’s tracks have reached over a million plays on both Spotify and SoundCloud. Their remix of Tove Lo’s “Habits (Stay High)” has secured 300,000,000 plays — quite an accomplishment for a couple of guys who simply gave themselves a chance.