Dominic Lalli of the electronica band Big Gigantic gets the crowd into the spirit of things.
Saxophonist Dominic Lalli of the band Big Gigantic jammed to a packed house at Zanzabar on Saturday night.
Colorado-based electronica band Big Gigantic brought their show to Zanzabar on Saturday night.
Drummer Jeremy Salken of the band Big Gigantic gets the pulse of the crowd pounding.
The crowd gets thicker as showtime nears.
Jamie Stahl and Paige Quiggins were a couple of lovely ladies.
Three is the magic number with pals Carmel Elmore, Henry Barragan, and Maryann Maldini.
Keeping it light out front were the giggley pair of Josh Kirchner and Caitlin Ekmeir.
Scarlett Sanders and Lizzie Camfield have their Party Crasher pic crashed by pal Alaina Minor's sudden appearance in the frame.
It's like a robot that dispenses liquid anger.
Phil Burghard and Caroline Klein were happy people.
Jonathan and Stacy Hall get close for the classic couples' shot.
Ladies night: Stacey Bennett, Angie Martin, Ashley Waldrup, and Kristen Perkins roll in full force.
Lindzay Clay and David Thomas came equipped with smiles.
Zanzabar co-owner Antz Wettig proudly showcases his latest addition: a vintage Six Million Dollar Man pinball machine.
Maryann Fouad, Brian Carney, and Rachel Ratliff could barely contain the happiness that comes with Saturday nights.
Kathleen Hardy and Patrick McAfee catch some fresh air on the patio.
The DJ collective known as Spook Nasty kept the party bumping and primed the crowds as the opening act for Big Gigantic at Zanzabar.
PBR remains the preferred beverage in hipster hangouts.
Sharing a booth at Zanzabar were Stephen Bornschein and Lauren Wells.
Getting in some patio time were the duet of Jackie Connelly and Nick Richardson.
The lovely Mary Lawson knows how to accessorize.
Swirling illuminated orbs on strings is the way Mary Lawson gets into the spirit of the night.
We can rebuild him to be stronger, faster, better and for only a quarter at a time.
Matthew Westbrook, Derrick Mulcahy, and Kevin Weisman were just a trio of event promoters looking for good times.
Kevin Weisman of WiseMen Promotions brought the good vibes.
Abbey Houghlin helps with the door duties of ID checking.
The retro-gameroom at Zanzabar continues to expand its seductive powers over the Gen-X patrons.
What would a show be without an official poster?
The sign tells the tale of the night.
The cool hats belong to Megan McNamara and Natalie Pearce.
Matt Turner and Emily Smith were laughing it up in the name of good times.
Jessica Shadowens and Aaron Clark were ready to get down.
The laid back stylings of Tyler Smith and the irrepressible energy of Sarah Justice make for all around good times.
Casey Fortney, Jenny Jerdan, and Charlee Robbins were ready to party at Zanzabar.
The lovely Natalie Bratcher and the dashing Nikolai Realta were picture perfect.
This is what we call documentation photography.
Big Gigantic fans Sarah Isaacs, Kacie Neutz (birthday celebrant) and Brennan Bennett copped some sidewalk time before the show.