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  • Hammond Amphitheater

    29th Street & Taft Avenue Loveland, CO 80538

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-3191 Located on the 16th Street Mall, the Hard Rock Cafe attracts downtown workers, music sentimentalists, and tourists who can't get enough of the London-based chain's trademark T-shirts. With a souvenir shop, full menu and omnipresent displays of rock-and-roll memorabilia -- some of it collected locally during the Fey Concerts days -- about the only thing you won't find at the Cafe is hard rock. More >>

  • Harris Concert Hall

    960 N. 3rd St. Aspen, CO 81611

  • Hazlerig Music House

    24 Alpine Overlook Crestone, CO 81131

  • Helm's Deep II

    3700 S. Windermere St. Englewood, CO 80110

  • Herb


    2057 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-299-9555 Once described by Stuff magazine as "a dive bar where hot women actually go," Herb's hosts live jazz, blues and R&B bands some nights, as well as DJs on others, in a wonderfully unpretentious vintage setting. The drinks are strong, the bartenders are friendly, and the music is more for swingin' than settin'. At times overrun with twenty-somethings looking for an alternative to LoDo nightlife, the place is usually stocked with a heterogeneous mix of the hip and unhip. More >>

  • Heritage Square Music Hall

    Heritage Square Music Hall

    18301 W. Colfax Ave., D-103 Golden, CO 80401
    303-279-7800 Heritage Square has earned its name: Although the attraction -- tucked into the foothills in Golden -- has some modern draws, such as the alpine slide and bumper cars, people flock to this little corner of the metro area for the old-timey soda shoppe and stores hawking handmade wooden toys (among other wares). And the Music Hall is one of the reasons Denverites keep heading west throughout the year. It offers fun in down-home style -- first with food in a large, friendly dining room, then with an outrageously hammy melodrama acted by seasoned, talented performers who are clearly enjoying themselves. These productions aren’t weighted with high concepts or the huge costumes or over-miked sound of the commercial variety. Rather, they’re funky, funny and unpretentious. Sing along or heckle if you want -- but be prepared to find yourself on stage or with a cast member perched on your lap if you sit too close to the front. More >>

  • Herman

    Herman's Hideaway

    1578 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-2535 A kind of petri dish for the local-music scene, Herman's Hideaway opens its stage to bands in their gestation period as well as more accomplished acts that draw well on weekend nights. An open room with minimal adornment, Herman's feels a bit like a big basement where young players come together to perform for friends, especially during the weekly New Talent Showcase. More >>

  • Hi-dive


    7 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-733-0230 The hi-dive, which opened in 2003, has become a Denver institution. Many of the current top-shelf local bands got their start at this intimate south Broadway bar, which sits smack-dab in the middle of the Baker neighborhood. And even though many of those groups can now easily fill places twice its size, they still make it down to the hi-dive to perform on a regular basis. Perhaps it's because the sound is fantastic, and because the club promotes local shows with the same vigor and enthusiasm as they would a national one. More >>

  • Hiccups Sports Bar & Grill

    Hiccups Sports Bar & Grill

    7980 Sheridan Blvd. Arvada, CO 80003
    303-429-9523 Hot bartenders and waitresses wearing ass-less chaps with their panties: It seems like a gimmick. But it's just one of the things that keep guys coming back to this Westminster sports bar. Well, that and live music on the weekends, a decent-sized checkered dance floor, cheep beer, pool, karaoke and a large patio. A working-class neighborhood bar and grill for the most part, Hiccups also attracts a fair amount of bikers, but the crowd is a bit more diverse during its beer pong tournaments three nights a week. The spot serves standard bar food and offers daily specials on cheeseburgers, smothered burritos, wings, chicken-fried steak and chicken tenders. More >>

  • Higher Ground Youth Coffee House

    28253 Meadow Centennial, CO 80439

  • Hodi

    Hodi's Half Note

    167 N. College Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-472-2034 After a long stint as the Starlight, and the Mountain Tap before that, this Old Town Fort Collins music venue reopened in 2007 as Hodi’s Half Note. With a 300-person capacity, Hodi’s is big enough to accommodate national artists as well as local bands, but still small enough to provide good views of the stage and a somewhat intimate feel. The venue brings in a variety of acts, including rock, bluegrass, electronica, hip-hop and jam bands. More >>

  • Hoffbrau Colorado

    Hoffbrau Colorado

    7699 W. 88th Ave. Arvada, CO 80005

  • Hogbutler Warehouse

    1156 S. Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80223

  • Hotmixology Lounge

    2026 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205

  • House of Blues

    House of Blues

    5889 S. Greenwood Village Parkway Englewood, CO 80111

  • Howl at the Moon

    1735 19th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-291-0880 After a fourteen-year run, SingSing -- which was downtown Denver’s only dueling-piano bar for most of those years -- closed at the end of 2011. A few months later, Howl at the Moon, a national dueling-piano chain that started in 1990 and has more than a dozen locations across the country, opened in the space. Performers play everything from Billy Joel to KISS to LMFAO, but they also take requests. And while the entertainment is clearly the focus, Howl at the Moon also serves a decent selection of classic drinks with a twist, like the Twisted Shirley or Strong Island Iced Tea. More >>

  • Hudson Gardens

    Hudson Gardens

    6115 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120
    303-797-8565 Hudson Gardens includes thirty acres of lush gardens (in season), with a railroad, garden shop and education series. It also hosts a summer concert series that features a variety of nationally known classic rock acts who play in the outdoor amphitheater. More >>