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  • C U Concerts

    18th and Euclid streets Boulder, CO 80309
    303-492-8008

    http://www.cupresents.org/default/index.cfm

  • C U Concerts

    18th St. & Euclid Ave. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-492-8008

    http://www.cupresents.org/default/index.cfm

  • Cactus Jack

    Cactus Jack's Saloon

    4651 Highway 73 Evergreen, CO 80439
    303-674-1564

    http://www.cactusjacksaloon.com This saloon is a popular spot for music, imbibing and patio-sitting - and while you're soaking up the sun or knocking one back, you're bound to get hungry. Fortunately, Cactus Jack's has a solid menu of bar food, with a Mexican plate or two for good measure. Taking center stage are the two-dozen-plus Widespread Burgers, each named after a different Widespread Panic song and featuring toppings that range from fried eggs to Hatch green chiles to regular ol' bacon and cheese slices. You can order the Widespread Burgers with half-pound patties of all-natural, seasoned Anderson beef, marinated all-natural chicken breast or even Boca burgers. And that's not the end of the feel-good food: The establishment uses wind power and green products wherever possible, and it's been recycling bottles, cans and paper since back when "green" only referred to a color. More >>

  • Caffe Sole

    Caffe Sole

    637R S. Broadway Boulder, CO 80305
    303-499-2985

    http://www.caffesole.com A clean, subtly lit coffee shop on the south end of town, Caffé Solé does its best with a mini-mall address. Dreadlocked baristas pull joe for students and others who want to enjoy the mellow atmosphere. More >>

  • Calliope Music Studios

    2600 S. Parker , Bldg. 7 Aurora, CO 80014
    303-750-6221

    http://www.calliopemusicstudios.org

  • Casselman

    Casselman's Bar & Venue

    2620 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-242-8923

    http://www.casselmans.com The last word of Casselman's Bar & Venue really tells you what you need to know: This is a venue, above all, and a huge one, located on a warehouse-y stretch of Walnut Street in the Ballpark neighborhood. The space can feel absolutely cavernous on an off night. Still, the long bar up front is always welcoming, flanked on one side by couches and pillows, under drawings of Mos Def, Jay-Z and other artists. If there's no live music to move you, you can swing on a giant tire swing or play beer pong. And you don't need to drink all that beer without some sustenance to sop it up: Casselman's has a small but serviceable menu, full of burgers, appetizers and a few Mex specials. And at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, they serve up beef tacos for free as long as the supply holds out. More >>

  • Casslemans

    2620 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205-2231
    720-242-8923

  • CCU Music Center

    9200 W. Ellsworth Lakewood, CO 80226
    303-963-3333

  • Celtic Tavern

    Celtic Tavern

    1801 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-308-1795

    http://www.celtictavern.com If you're looking for something Irish in LoDo and prefer to avoid the sports-bar crowd, Celtic Tavern might be just the ticket. Eschewing a green-beer motif in favor of decor that incorporates literary works from the Emerald Isle's finest, Celtic Tavern presents a distinct Gaelic theme. With its mahogany-paneled walls and fireplaces, the venue offers a cozy, Welsh-inspired nook and a leather-sofa-filled Scottish room for other bastards of the British Empire. The Celtic, which has fifty imported and domestic brews on tap, as well as boasting the one of the largest whiskey selections in Colorado, also brings live music on the weekends. Go for the drinks. Go for the style. Go for the decor or the camaraderie of fellow drinkers or to get really weird down in those tables where they can't see you from the bar. The last thing to go for is the food. More >>

  • Central City Opera House

    Central City Opera House

    124 Eureka St. Central City, CO 80427
    303-292-6500

    http://www.centralcityopera.org The historic Central City Opera House is fascinating in and of itself: Built in 1878 by miners, it boasts gorgeous fresco on its ceiling, and there are names of notable Coloradans of yore -- such as Horace Tabor and Buffalo Bill -- carved on the backs of the seats. (Those carvings were transferred when the seating was updated in 1999.) But the venue's real beauty lies in its programming, which is showcased with the opera house's beautiful acoustics. Every summer, Central City Opera presents three productions for opera lovers in the metro area, a mix of one classic, one lesser-known and one American opera -- proof that this small town knows how to put on a big show. More >>

  • Central Park Band Shell

    3198 Broadway St. Boulder, CO 80304

  • Cervantes

    Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom

    2637 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-1772

    http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com As the Casino Cabaret, this venue was one of Five Points' legendary jazz clubs, dating back to the ’30s, when it brought in such legends as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Benny Goodman; over the years, folks like B.B. King, Ray Charles and Ike and Tina Turner played there, too. And when the trio behind Quixote's took over the space in 2003, they geared the music more toward Deadheads and jam bands. But when new owners took over again in 2010, they renovated the main floor, added a larger stage, relocated the soundboard and made other improvements. Musically, the focus has shifted more toward dubstep, electronica, hip-hop acts and DJs, along with bluegrass and jam-centric bands. More >>

  • Cervantes

    Cervantes' Other Side

    2637 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-1772

    http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com Formerly Quixote's True Blue, Cervantes' Other Side provides mellow ambiance, cool tunes and enough music memorabilia to keep your eyes occupied for a long time. The spot, which is next door to Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom, brings in a steady stream of jam bands, as well as a fair amount of reggae, funk, bluegrass and more. More >>

  • Chautauqua Auditorium

    Chautauqua Auditorium

    900 Baseline Road Boulder, CO 80302
    303-440-7666

    http://www.chautauqua.com

  • Chautauqua Dining Hall

    Chautauqua Dining Hall

    900 Baseline Road Boulder, CO 80303
    303-440-3776

    http://www.dininghall.net Chautauquas -- cultural and self-improvement centers -- were hot properties in the nineteenth century, but only three remain in the entire country, including the Boulder Chautauqua, founded in 1898. The 26-acre campus is centered on a grand Victorian dining hall, featuring great views of the Flatirons and a menu of American standards. It sits at the base of the Flatirons, Boulder's favorite natural playground, which makes it an ideal location for post-exercise beers and sliders. And given Chautauqua's status as a popular spot to propose, you'll often spot just-engaged (and thrifty) couples lovingly embracing over celebratory martinis. More >>

  • Chicano Humanities & Arts Council

    772 Santa Fe Denver, CO 80204
    303-571-0440

    http://www.chacweb.org

  • City Hall

    City Hall

    1144 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-8628

    http://www.coclubs.com/city-hall City Hall is part of the SoCo (South of Colfax) nightlife district, which also controls Funky Buddha, Milk and Vinyl, among others. City Hall, though, operates as more of an events venue and less of a nightclub. Although the large, outdoor space hosts an occasional rave, it is far more likely to be the location for a special, eclectic event, anything from a politician's election party to a film screening where patrons can view their favorite movie under the stars. More >>

  • City Lights Pavilion presented by T-Mobile

    1000 Chopper Place Denver, CO 80202
    303-830-TIXS

  • Classics

    5943 Delmonico Denver, CO 80205

  • Climax Lounge

    Climax Lounge

    2217 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-292-5483

    http://www.climaxloungedenver.com Climax Lounge celebrated its fortieth birthday in 2011, proving that time flies when you’re having fun. The joint has a colorful past: In the ‘90s, as the Raven, it hosted punk-rock acts; the Fray and M. Ward have played there. Today it’s one of Denver’s finest black-box live-music venues, showcasing bands that span the spectrum from rock to jazz to punk, and there’s a killer vintage video arcade in the back where video-game freaks can blister their thumbs to their hearts' content with the selection of early- to mid-1980s games like Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, Centipede, Galaga, Qiz, Tempest, Gorf and Tron for a quarter a play. The Climax also is home to one of the city’s only competitive pinball competitions. Between the music, the video games and the booze, we’re frankly not sure why you’d ever want to leave. More >>

  • Club 156

    Broadway & Euclid Ave. Boulder, CO 80309
    303-492-8619

    http://www.programcouncil.com There's a bizarre little world in the bowels of the UMC, the student center at the University of Colorado at Boulder: That's where you'll find Club 156, an all-ages space located next to a bowling alley. While CU’s Program Council books bigger, nationally known acts at other venues around campus, Club 156 is the most intimate of the bunch. Events are booked year-round here, with local and national punk and indie-rock bands dominating the stage. More >>

  • Club 156

    1669 Euclid Ave. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-492-7704

  • Club Q

    3430 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80917
    719-570-1429

    http://www.clubqonline.com One of the main gay bars in Colorado Springs, Club Q has been going strong since 2003 with weekly dance nights, drag shows and karaoke nights. Hidden behind a strip mall in the northeastern part of the city, the place may be a little hard to find at first, but your search will be rewarded: Club Q, which is also straight-friendly, is relatively laid-back and drama-free. More >>

  • Club Vinyl

    Club Vinyl

    1082 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-860-8469

    http://www.coclubs.com/club-vinyl Vinyl is a four-story behemoth of a dance club featuring different music on every floor (including house, EDM, Top 40/pop and live music). The venue's rooftop patio offers great views of Denver's skyline, along with year-round fire pits, hookahs and a seasonal grill. Elsewhere, the uber-swanky lounge welcomes those who just want to chill, and the main floor has a state-of-the-art Funktion-One sound system and LED light show, with internationally known acts in the house every Saturday. More >>

  • Coco Breeze

    539 W. 43rd Ave. Denver, CO 80216

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