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  • T.E.V. Edelweiss Club

    6495 Monaco St. Commerce City, CO 80022
    303-287-3775

  • Tabor Opera House

    308 Harrison Ave. Leadville, CO 80461
    719-486-8409

  • Tailgate Tavern & Grill

    Tailgate Tavern & Grill

    19552 E. Main St. Parker, CO 80138
    303-841-7179

    http://www.tailgatetavern.com During a stint at the University of Buffalo in New York in the '80s, Marina Alter frequented a pub that was a bit like the one in Cheers, where everyone knew each other, and she hoped to use the same concept here some day. After finding out that the Tailgate Tavern was up for sale, she jumped at the opportunity, moved to Parker and took the place over in late 2008. And the Tailgate indeed has a bit of a Cheers vibe, which helps explain why the bar attracts so many folks from all lines of work and backgrounds. While it's a fine place to check out a game, as its name suggests, the Tailgate also brings in live rock bands on the weekends, and the menu includes breakfast, burgers, steaks, seafood and sandwiches. More >>

  • Tarantula Billiards and Bar

    Tarantula Billiards and Bar

    1520 Stout St. Denver, CO 80202
    720-932-6666

    http://www.denverpoolhall.com After a long run on the second-floor corner of 15th and Champa streets, Tarantula Billiards moved to street level a block east in early 2012, giving the pool hall much more visibility. The new space has a sleek and classy look, closer to that of sister pool hall ZanZibar Billiards and Grill, which is owned by the same folks. Tarantula still offers free pool on Mondays, but you’ll need to order a drink. A new menu boasts a number of sandwiches and burgers. More >>

  • Tarshack

    1401 Zuni St. Denver, CO 80204

  • Teddy

    Teddy's

    4849 Bannock St. Denver, CO 80216
    303-292-9500

    Pink neon lines the windows in this rough-and-rowdy bar, the better to distinguish it from the Holiday Inn it shares space with. Mondays are quiet and mellow, but the action picks up Tuesday with Teddy's Country night. The rest of the week is a little bit of everything: Salsa on Wednesdays and Sundays, old-school R&B on Thursdays, and hip-hop on Friday and Saturday nights all offer plenty of opportunity to take advantage of the wide dance floor. More >>

  • Temple Buell Theatre

    Temple Buell Theatre

    14th and Curtis streets Denver, CO 80204
    303-893-4100

    http://www.denvercenter.org

  • Temple Events Center

    Temple Events Center

    1595 Pearl St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-860-9400

    http://www.templeeventscenter.com

  • Temple Hoyne Buell Theater

    14th St & Curtis St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-893-4100

    http://www.denvercenter.org

  • Tenn Street Coffee & Books

    Tenn Street Coffee & Books

    4418 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    303-455-0279

    http://www.tennstreetcoffee.com Every neighborhood needs a cozy place where people can meet and kick back over coffee, and the multi-tasking Tenn Street — stocked with Dazbog java, Bluepoint pastries, Udi's sandwiches and other notable treats — fills the bill. When the weather's nice, the street-side patio bustles with chatting friends and folks with their noses buried in books or the Internet; inside, there's a sweet and well-curated used-book store. Folksy live music is also an option at Tenn Street on weekends and selected weeknights, and so is art. More >>

  • Thornton Arts and Culture Center

    9209 Dorothy Blvd. Thornton, CO 80229
    720-301-4439

  • Three20South

    Three20South

    320 S. Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424
    970-547-5320

    http://www.three20south.com Breckenridge's main spot for live music, three20south (formerly Sherpa & Yeti's) is a cool venue that the venue brings in high-caliber local and national funk, jam, hip-hop and reggae acts like Eek-A-Mouse, Dirty Dozen and Lyrics Born. More >>

  • Thunder Mountain Amphitheatre

    4270 Byrd Loveland, CO 80538
    970-292-0400

    http://www.tmaconcerts.com

  • Toad Tavern

    Toad Tavern

    5302 S. Federal Circle Littleton, CO 80123
    303-795-6877

    http://www.toadtavern.com Formerly known as the Horny Toad, the Toad Tavern has gotten its hormones under control. What was once a quaint suburban bar is now a full-fledged music venue, as the space was expanded to almost 5,000 square feet and filled with new furnishings, refinished surfaces, raised ceilings and a stage that's been beefed up considerably from its postage-stamp-sized predecessor, which could fit no more than four people. The new stage can easily accommodate a ten-piece act or more, and professional-quality sound and lighting are also now in place. In addition to recruiting a steady stream of local and national rock acts, the venue brings in a fair amount of nationally known blues artists. More >>

  • Tracks

    Tracks

    3500 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-863-7326

    http://www.tracksdenver.com Tracks brings much-needed color and spark to Walnut Street. A neighborhood that was once entirely made up of warehouses now has bars and clubs popping up left and right. Tracks has a large, floor-lit dance floor, surrounded by neon lights and disco balls as far as the eye can see. The crowd is young, colorful and ready to party. More >>

  • Trailside Saloon

    Trailside Saloon

    10360 Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80229
    303-457-0660

    The Trailside Saloon is a folksy joint with country music playing on the speakers and locals sucking down domestic bottles at the bar and tables. The pool tables are usually busy and the bar really gets crankin' on Fridays, when the Trailside has live music. Everything from honky-tonk to classic rock comes off of the small corner stage, enlivening the crowd. (Don't get too rowdy, though: The Trailside has a bevy of security cameras to capture rabble-rousers.) A DJ and karaoke take over on Saturday, guaranteeing a rowdy weekend on the side of this here trail. More >>

  • Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts

    304 105 Palmer Lake, CO 80133
    719-481-0475

    http://www.trilakesarts.org

  • Triple Nickel Tavern

    26 S. Wahsatch Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
    719-477-9555

    http://www.myspace.com/555nickel Opened in late 2005 by JJ Grueter (bassist for Drag the River and the Nobodys) and his family, the Triple Nickel Tavern might just be Colorado Springs’s answer to Denver’s 3 Kings. It’s a rock club through and through (well, with some punk and country thrown in) and brings in a steady stream of local and national acts like Supersuckers and Heartless Bastards. While music is king here ― the bar sports a great jukebox, too ― it’s also a place for Red Sox fans to watch games (the Grueters are Boston natives). Pittsburgh Steelers fans gravitate here on game days as well. More >>

  • Twist & Shout

    Twist & Shout

    2508 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-722-1943

    http://www.twistandshout.com If Twist & Shout heralds the end of the record store as we know it, well, we feel fine. With the advent of digital music files, most record stores are vanishing from the commercial landscape. But rather than passively wait for its demise, Paul and Jill Epstein are raging against the dying of the light. The sprawling Twist & Shout -- relocated in 2006 from its former home on Alameda to the Lowenstein Center on East Colfax -- brings together CDs, DVDs, vinyl, books and rock-era paraphernalia of every description in an enormous yet wonderfully warm space that consumers won’t want to leave. It’s as fine a place to shop for music as any in America, not to mention a terrific venue in which to hear special shows by touring performers. And with a roster that changes monthly, the store's Local Listening Post is a smart way to keep up with the music being made by the people in your neighborhood. More >>

  • Two a.m. Afterhours

    1144 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-830-9324

    http://www.coclubs.com This basement club is all about the music, which reverberates off the concrete floor. The sparsely furnished Two AM treats decor almost as an afterthought; the sheer wall coverings and translucent art tapestries are functional as well as ornamental. And the lighting's kept low, so you can easily hook up to the DJ's vibe and keep that 2 a.m. state of mind. More >>

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