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  • Macky Auditorium Concert Hall

    Macky Auditorium Concert Hall

    17th St. & University Ave. Boulder, CO 80309

  • Magness Arena

    Magness Arena

    2240 E. Buchtel Blvd. Denver, CO 80208
    303-871-2336 Magness Arena -- the 7,200-seat, multi-purpose sports arena at the University of Denver -- hosts DU's teams, first and foremost, but the Pioneers basketball and ice-hockey players are far from the only people to grace the floors of this venue. Completed in 1999 as part of the university’s new Ritchie Center sports complex, the arena also hosts Easter passion plays, concerts and other such happenings as the sports schedule permits. Named for cable-television pioneer Bob Magness (who donated $10 million for the center) and lauded for its upholstered seats, audio and video support (including a four-sided video board) and capacity to host sit-down dinners, this is one arena that’s deserving of its gold-spired tower, which shows the city where the champions play. More >>

  • Marquis Theater

    Marquis Theater

    2009 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-292-0805 The thought of sending naive teenagers into the heart of the Ballpark neighborhood can be daunting for parents. But thanks to Soda Jerk Presents' Mike Barsch and Ben Davis, such apprehension is unfounded when it comes to the Marquis Theater. Although all ages are welcome, the longtime promoters, who successfully put on all-ages shows at Tulagi and Rock Island for years before taking over here, clearly cater to the underage set. Barsch and Davis consistently put together stacked bills of emerging acts that appeal to the MySpace generation. Younger fans are ushered into a massive area in front of the stage that has clear sightlines and is completely separate from the space occupied by folks of legal drinking age -- and the shows end well before the witching hour. More >>

  • McKinners Pizza Bar

    McKinners Pizza Bar

    2389 W. Main St. Littleton, CO 80120
    303-798-8500 While McKinners, in downtown Littleton, is a decent spot to eat pizza, especially the PBR Salute, it’s also an affable neighborhood watering hole. The place serves a wide selection of Colorado-centric beers, including a number of local microbrews, and its wine list is extensive as well. McKinners also serves gluten-free beers and cider as well as gluten-free and vegetarian pizza. If pizza isn’t your thing, the menu also includes sandwiches, salads and appetizers. More >>

  • Mead Street Station

    Mead Street Station

    3625 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-433-2138 A rowdy restaurant/bar in northwest Denver, Mead St. Station's biggest draw is probably its reasonably priced food and decent array of microbrews and top-shelf liquor; on weekends, the bar is crammed with happy imbibers. But music is also on the menu several nights a week, with acoustic, cover, jazz and R&B bands working a window-side stage area. More >>

  • Meadowlark


    2701 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-293-0251 Although it's a basement space, the Meadowlark features soft, tasteful lighting and a well-appointed interior that makes you forget you're belowground. The intimate spot is well suited to singer-songwriters and acoustic acts who thrive in small places, where they can better connect with the audience, and while it's a go-to spot for both indie-rock frontmen playing rare acoustic sets and louder groups, it’s also a great place to see up-and-coming acts during weekly open-mic nights and outstanding players during its weekly jazz jams. More >>

  • Mercury Cafe

    Mercury Cafe

    2199 California St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-294-9258 For thirty years now, Marilyn Megenity has hosted the town's most eclectic party at the Mercury Cafe, her club/cafe/community gathering place. Today it's an institution known as much for its enlightening entertainment options - plays, poetry slams, tango dancing - as it is for its healthy hippie fare. Whether vegan or carnivore, libertarian or commie, everyone feels at home at the Merc. A restaurant, dance club, music venue and speakeasy, the Mercury Cafe is in an orbit of its own, hosting everything from lindy hop lessons to poetry readings, high teas and Green Party meetings. Rock-and-roll shows were axed years ago, but classical, jazz, avant-garde and singer-songwriter performances still go on in the Merc's three baroque rooms. Every cultural subset can find something at the Merc, the embodiment of Denver eclecticism. More >>

  • Mesa Theater & Club

    538 Main St. Grand Junction, CO 81501

  • Mile High Coffee

    871 Englewood Parkway Denver, CO 80210
    303-504-5224 A coffee shop below the lofts in the freshly minted Englewood City Center, Mile High Coffee pours a cup of unusually good joe. The space is pleasant if unremarkable, with some nice outdoor art, acoustic music, improv and an open-mike night. More >>

  • Mile High Music Together

    4100 Tennyson St. Englewood, CO 80112

  • Miners Alley Playhouse

    Miners Alley Playhouse

    1224 Washington Ave. Golden, CO 80401
    303-935-3044 Miners Alley Playhouse in Golden began as the Morrison Theatre Company in 1989, and over the years the productions have just become more polished. The 130-seat theater is complemented by Lillie’s Saloon, a bar and lounge where actors and audiences alike can socialize after the show. More >>

  • Mishawaka Amphitheatre

    Mishawaka Amphitheatre

    13714 Poudre Canyon Bellvue, CO 80512

  • MiYard

    536 Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80204

  • Moe

    Moe's Original BBQ & Bowl

    3295 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80113
    303-781-0414 Moe's Original Bar-B-Que is a Colorado-based chain started by out-of-state transplants, Mike Fernandez, Ben Gilbert and Jeff Kennedy, who met at the University of Alabama and opened up a carry-out barbecue joint at the base of Vail Mountain during the 2002-03 ski season. That little spot has grown into more than a dozen restaurants across the country, including three in the metro area. After the fading Sport Bowl Lanes & Billiards ran its course, Gothic Theatre owner Steve Schalk transformed the space into the Falcon, a sci-fi themed music venue/bowling alley named after the Millennium Falcon. About a year later, the Moe's BBQ guys opened up shop there and the Falcon and Moe's BBQ were one. The hot-pit meats include pulled pork, smoked chicken, smoked turkey, shrimp, catfish, chicken wings and ribs. The traditional sides (baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad) are supplemented by rotating sides-of-the-day specials. This particular Moe's includes a small bowling alley, where you can knock down pins while you scarf down 'cue, as well as to-die-for smoked tofu for the vegetarians in the crowd. More >>

  • The Moon Room at Summit Music Hall

    The Moon Room at Summit Music Hall

    1902 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Mortgage West Gallery

    1705 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210

  • Mount Vernon Country Club

    24933 Clubhouse Circle Golden, CO 80401

  • Mountain Sun Pub and Brewery

    Mountain Sun Pub and Brewery

    1535 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-546-0886 The Mountain Sun group channels the spirit of those college roommates who maintained a constant house party, complete with a keg and a rotating roster of friends. The three pubs are a front for a microbrewery, and they each maintain a line of about twenty taps for the Sun's own solid, award-winning craft beers. During happy hour, hippies, hikers and lawn-game enthusiasts can indulge in $3 pints of heady IPAs and nitro stouts, supplemented by bar fare that pragmatically provides both bacon and beer-baked tempeh for the conscious eaters who frequent these establishments. More >>

  • Mouth House

    2858 California St. Denver, CO 80205

  • Moxi Theater

    802 9th St, Greeley, CO 80631

  • Music Mountain Amphitheater

    650 W. Perry Park Ave. Larkspur, CO 80118

  • Mutiny Information Cafe

    Mutiny Information Cafe

    2 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209

  • MVP

    MVP's Sports Bar & Grill

    15433 E. Hampden Ave. Aurora, CO 80013

    At this Aurora sports-bar-cum-live-music haunt, an eye-catching death-metal art backdrop hangs behind the tiny stage to remind you where you are. MVP's dance floor serves as spillout area for bands unable to fit on the stage -- which is most of them. More >>