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  • E-vent Center

    9797 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80214
    303-883-0204

    http://eventcenter.theeproject.org

  • Eck

    Eck's Saloon

    9890 W. Girton Drive Denver, CO 80227
    303-989-2991

    http://www.theeckssaloon.com Much larger than it appears from the outside, Eck's Saloon has plenty of room for hearty drinkers, bikers, pool sharks and those who just want to stretch out and dance. Anyone with an affinity for '80s hair rock is pretty much guaranteed to fall in love with the place, as hard-rock cover bands are usually the rule on the weekends (during the week, it's karaoke, beer pong, trivia and poker). Eck's also occasionally brings in national acts from the '80s like Warrant, Kip Winger, Bret Michaels, Quiet Riot and Faster Pussycat. The walls near the decent-sized stage are lined with a good deal of hair-metal memorabilia. The place also rocks a massive smoking patio with a small bar outside. More >>

  • Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center

    825 Cascade Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-389-6011

    http://www.coloradocollege.edu

  • El Centro Su Teatro

    4725 High St. Denver, CO 80216
    303-296-0219

    http://www.martinezled.com

  • El Chapultepec

    El Chapultepec

    1962 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-295-9126

    http://www.thepeclodo.com A downtown landmark since 1933, El Chapultepec is the swinging home to Denver's finest jazz and R&B artists, who command the stage in the tiny club seven nights a week. Though the 'Pec is most celebrated for its music, the food is well worth a visit. With American grub and traditional Mexican dishes that beg to be smothered in cheese and green chile, El Chapultepec is a classic choice for a weekday lunch or a burrito fix during a night on the town. Spicy, cheesy and inexpensive, the 'Pec's food does the trick on a rough morning after, too. The music leans to the traditional, and so do the tastes of purists who show up to listen in this dim, vintage gem. More >>

  • El Senor Sol

    1150 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-830-1382

    This native Colorado Mexican chain restaurant with eight locations including six along the Front Range, has been serving up freshly prepared tortilla chips and salsa, enchiladas, burritos and Mexican seafood dishes for the last 15 years. El Senor Sol has happy hour specials, catering, online ordering and plenty of vegan/vegetarian options including grilled vegetable fajitas with house-made guacamole. Sol has banquet rooms available for up to 100 people at a time, and the moderate prices are sure to please guests in parties both large and small. More >>

  • The Element

    1626 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80906
    719-640-6912

    http://www.myspace.com/theelementmusic

  • Elevation Music Studio

    4447 N. Broadway Boulder, CO 80304
    720-532-5120

  • Ellie Caulkins Opera House

    Ellie Caulkins Opera House

    Denver Performing Arts Complex Denver, CO 80202

    Putting the Ellie Caulkins Opera House inside the historic Quigg Newton Auditorium was like building a ship inside a bottle. The auditorium -- a 1908 buff-colored brick building designed in a neoclassical style by Robert O. Willison -- had become run down over the years and had long since lost its historic interior. And that history was an illustrious one: Then known as the Municipal Auditorium, it hosted the Democratic National Convention in 1908 and later became the city's premier opera house. The inside was restored in 2002 with a gorgeous, neo-modern interior that’s all rich woods and shining glass and metal, and the 2,225-seat theater still hosts opera -- and comedians, ballet performances, songsters representing a variety of genres, and high-school graduation ceremonies. More >>

  • eTown Hall

    eTown Hall

    1535 Spruce St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-443-8696

    http://www.etown.org Nearly two decades after Nick and Helen Forster founded the eTown radio program, they got their own venue. While they had long taped their shows at the Boulder Theater, in 2008 they bought a church that dated back to 1922, and, after an extensive renovation, opened it in 2012 as eTown Hall. The building also houses eTown’s office, a coffee bar and a recording studio. While the show is now taped here, the venue hosts a number of local and national concerts, as well. More >>

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