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  • L2 Arts and Culture Center

    L2 Arts and Culture Center

    1477 Columbine St. Denver, CO 80206

  • Lakewood Cultural Center

    Lakewood Cultural Center

    470 S. Allison Parkway Lakewood, CO 80226

  • Larimer Lounge

    Larimer Lounge

    2721 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-291-1007 The Larimer Lounge does one thing better than anyone else in the area: It brings the rock. Sure, the venue has brought in indie rock progenitors like Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Sebadoh, it’s also seen acts like Arcade Fire and Bat for Lashes who have since outgrown the venue. Aside from a variety of national acts who come through every month, Larimer Lounge brings in a number of local bands as well. More >>

  • Launchpad Production Studio

    3632 Morrison Denver, CO 80219

  • Lazy Dog Sports Bar & Grill

    Lazy Dog Sports Bar & Grill

    1346 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-440-3355 This multi-roomed, multi-level sports bar seems perpetually packed, especially on game days, trivia nights or any weekend. A true cross-section of Boulder's population frequents the place, with University of Colorado students rubbing elbows with downtown residents and Boulder lifers at the bar. Even with all the crowds, Lazy Dog usually has a jovial, mellow vibe, and rarely gets raucous. Tap beers and appetizers (including wings and spinach-artichoke dip) keep most of the imbibers busy, but a list of hangover-inducing sweet martinis is available, too. Two patios offer sunbathing opportunities in the warm months, and there's a pool table for those who'd rather participate in sports than watch them on TV. More >>

  • Leela European Cafe

    Leela European Cafe

    820 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-534-2255 Leela European Cafe is as panoptic as the European continent itself, with lofty ceilings and a wall of windows facing the street. Open 24 hours a day and serving a full menu -- with free wi-fi, a large stage and a dance floor -- Leela wants to be everything to everyone. That’s why you’ll see one patron sipping espresso and studying for a trig midterm on a couch in the back while another talks loudly, sipping a glass of vino at the bar in the front. With both a diner and a lounge, Leela is a popular hangout for people of all ages -- but particularly the college-student crowds, who take advantage of the steady stream of caffeine and studying amenities, and high-school kids, who want to stay out all night and learn to assimilate into the adult culture. There’s always entertainment, from musician showcases to poetry slams. Needless to say, it’s also one of the best places in Denver to people-watch. More >>

  • Left Hand Grange Hall

    2nd & Franklin Ave. Longmont, CO 80503

  • Legends

    13690 Iliff Ave. Aurora, CO 80012

  • The Lesson Studio

    3200 Valmont Boulder, CO 80301

  • Levitt Pavilion Denver

    Ruby Hill Park Denver, CO 80223
    303-578-0488 slated to open June 2016 More >>

  • Life Fellowship

    11500 Sheridan Blvd. Westminster, CO 80020

  • LIFEspot

    7562 S. University Littleton, CO 80122

  • Liff Auditorium

    1100 N. Ave. Grand Junction, CO 81501

  • Lincoln Center

    Lincoln Center

    417 W. Magnolia Fort Collins, CO 80521

  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

    417 West Magnolia Fort Collins, CO 80521

  • Lincoln

    Lincoln's Road House

    1201 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-3700 The rowdy blues and rock at the Roadhouse fit the rough-and-ready crowds looking for beer and a band on the weekends, when the smallish joint can get packed. Big booths keep colleagues comfy and close for conversation, and the stage is right by the window, so prospective patrons can get an earful before they even venture inside. There's plenty of Southern fare on the menu, like po' boys, grilled Louisiana hot sausage, gumbo and jambalaya, as well as Lincoln's famous pot-roast burrito and meatloaf cheeseburger. More >>

  • Lion

    Lion's Lair

    2022 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-320-9200 Small and curiously laid out -- a huge bar takes up more than half the room -- the Lion's Lair has been a Denver rock-and-roll institution since the spot (once a jazz club where Dexter Gordon and Billie Holiday played) started hosting live music in 1991. Local punk, rock and garage bands are most likely to be found on the elevated stage, though hot touring acts such as John Doe, Jonathan Richman and Graham Parker sometimes pack the place, which holds about a hundred people. Regulars drop by for cheap draft beer and the company of an occasionally crusty clientele. More >>

  • The Litter Box

    1346 Lipan St. Denver, CO 80204

  • Little Bear

    Little Bear

    28075 Highway 74 Evergreen, CO 80439
    303-674-9991 Formerly a church and a drugstore, the Little Bear is the prototypical Western saloon - with the added attraction of rafters full of donated bras. With a reputation for being Colorado's rowdiest mountain bar, the Little Bear, which has been around for more than four decades, attracts a colorful group of locals, bikers and tourists. Most days of the week, the bar brings in a good selection of local and national rock and blues acts, which can be seen on the stage from the main floor or upstairs. The menu includes burgers, pizza, sandwiches and appetizers. More >>

  • Littleton Symphony Orchestra

    P.O. Box 1208 Littleton, CO 80160

  • LoDo Music Festival Grounds

    21st and Larimer streets Denver, CO 80202

  • Lonigan's

    110 W. Elkhorn Ave. Estes Park, CO 80517

  • Lost Lake Lounge

    Lost Lake Lounge

    3602 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-333-4345 In 2010, former hi-dive and Sputnik owner Matt LaBarge took over the East Colfax space that had long been the Bulldog Bar (and the Monroe Tavern and Mr. Von's Alamo before that) and transformed it into Lost Lake, a cabin-style lounge inspired by some older bars in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. LaBarge described the spot as "a cool, dark little wooden lounge loosely reminiscent of the older days." Nearly four years later, in 2013, he sold it to Larimer Lounge owner and AEG talent buyer Scott Campbell, who completely overhauled the venue with a new stage and sound system. More >>

  • Lowenstein CulturePlex

    2508 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206

  • Lucky Joe

    Lucky Joe's

    25 Old Town Square Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-493-2213 Lucky Joe’s, in Ft. Collins, could be seen as an Irish pub wearing a western shirt. Part pub, part saloon, Lucky Joe’s straddles the line quite well. It’s one of the more jumping spots in Old Town Square, and can get crowded and rowdy, especially when school is in session. Singer-songwriters and rock acts play there four nights a week, and there’s an acoustic open-mic night on Sundays. The joint offers a wide-ranging selection of beers and a menu that includes Irish and American fare. More >>