Been to a True Colors event (or wish you were there)?

If you were one of the lucky few to attend one of Zedd's True Colors events let us what you thought.



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Nathan_Cox's picture

I wish i could go to one but i am 10 and i am broke!

kit kat's picture
kit kat

I want to go too

ohsnapitskelli's picture

I wish I could've gone sooooo bad. Would've been nice if it wasn't 18+ though. 

blue_ivy's picture

Nah I'm from Asia and I wasn't lucky enough to have a chance to be on true colors event. I really upset and jealous with all those people who can attend it. But i watched it in Youtube, and i thought that it would be a lifetime experiences. I've never seen any singer or dj that was so friendly with fans like Zedd, and it was such a huge PR for the album. It was an epic. I hope that in the future, Zedd's tour will not only available in the USA, because there're so much fans of Zedd in the world are waiting for miracles. And "True Colors" is the best album i've ever heard, I got addicted to every single song of the album. This album made Zedd become my most favorite DJ/producer from now on. I'll always love you Zedd and hope to see you one day. I know that Zedd will never read these words, but I just want to tell Zedd how much I love him <3 <3

mrfunnymandyl's picture

I was at the NYC ESBTrueColors and it was one of the best experiences I have ever encountered.  I went with a friend of mine who we had grown apart a bit due to me moving away for school, but we ran around the city together and ended up being lucky enough to make it to the final event.  I don't think I'll ever forget it.  The event was so well coordinated and it was a pleasure to be a part of something so amazing.  I do wish there would have been the opportunity for the meet and greet, but considering how well the rest of the night went, it was more than alright with me.My only regret is that I met someone there who told me they "worked with Anton".  She and I spoke a lot about vinyl records, the new album itself, and how much these events mean.  We talked for a little while, but we never exchanged any contact information and I don't think I'll ever meet them again and be able to tell them how much I enjoyed our conversations.