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  • The 1up Colfax

    The 1up Colfax

    717 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-779-6444

    http://www.the-1up.com A year after opening the 1Up, the hot arcade/bar in LoDo, owner Jourdan Adler took over the former home of Pete's Monkey Bar and put his second bar, now called The 1up Colfax, in its place. With more than 35 vintage arcade games, three lanes of Skee-Ball and nine pinball games, the space is on par with its downtown counterpart (now the 1up LoDo). About a year and a half after opening the Colfax location, Adler opened a 500-capacity music venue in the former Kitty's East space next door. More >>

  • The Beach

    1630 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204

    Since Angel's Sports Bar and Restaurant closed in 2009, the space at 1630 Federal -- just behind Sports Authority Field at Mile High -- has gone through several incarnations. After Atmosphere closed in 2013, Jay Bianchi's Dead-centric Donkey OT moved in, and the name soon changed to Dark Star Lounge. In 2014, the Beach took over, turning the place back into a dance club, with bottle service, salsa nights and club nights throughout the week. More >>

  • Bluebird Theater

    Bluebird Theater

    3317 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-377-1666

    http://www.bluebirdtheater.net The Bluebird Theater started hosting live music in 1994, and it didn't take long for the theater, built in 1913, to become one of the city's best midsized venues. With sculpted capitals, restored Victorian-style paintings and a vaulted ceiling, the place is as much a work of art as any of the touring and local bands that grace its stage. The marquee regularly lights up Colfax with some of the most important names in independent music, as well as lauded locals ready to make the leap from clubs to a bigger stage. In 2006, AEG Live took over the room and made significant upgrades to the production aspects of the place. More >>

  • Chicano Humanities & Arts Council

    772 Santa Fe Denver, CO 80204
    303-571-0440

    http://www.chacweb.org

  • City Hall

    City Hall

    1144 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-832-8628

    http://www.coclubs.com/city-hall City Hall is part of the SoCo (South of Colfax) nightlife district, which also controls Funky Buddha, Milk and Vinyl, among others. City Hall, though, operates as more of an events venue and less of a nightclub. Although the large, outdoor space hosts an occasional rave, it is far more likely to be the location for a special, eclectic event, anything from a politician's election party to a film screening where patrons can view their favorite movie under the stars. More >>

  • Club Vinyl

    Club Vinyl

    1082 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-860-8469

    http://www.coclubs.com/club-vinyl Vinyl is a four-story behemoth of a dance club featuring different music on every floor (including house, EDM, Top 40/pop and live music). The venue's rooftop patio offers great views of Denver's skyline, along with year-round fire pits, hookahs and a seasonal grill. Elsewhere, the uber-swanky lounge welcomes those who just want to chill, and the main floor has a state-of-the-art Funktion-One sound system and LED light show, with internationally known acts in the house every Saturday. More >>

  • Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar

    Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar

    1173 Delaware St. Denver, CO 80204
    303-605-2822

    http://www.cubacubacafe.com Kristy Socarras Bigelow, who opened Cuba Cuba in the heart of the Golden Triangle in 2001, is a poster child for the American Dream. A Cuban-American from Miami whose family didn’t allow her to go to college – “Cuban moms are strict,” she explains – and who had little restaurant experience, she decided to create a Cuban-influenced eatery in two little conjoined Victorian houses. The colorful Cuba Cuba quickly became a seductive hot spot, a go-to place for strong mojitos, fried plaintain chips and big plates of roast pork, along with other dishes based on her family’s recipes. A decade later, Socarras Bigelow opened a fast-casual sandwich-shop spinoff in Boulder: Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria. A third spot, a new and improved Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria, opened in 2013 in Glendale’s CitySet development – and there are plans for more. “Every neighborhood needs Cuban cuisine,” says Socarras Bigelow. And so far, Denver diners clearly agree. More >>

  • Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

    Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

    930 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-839-5100

    http://www.dazzlejazz.com In business for more than fifteen years, Dazzle has secured its spot as the premier place for jazz in Denver. But it's not just here that the club's been praised: DownBeat magazine listed it as one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world ― and with good reason. The level of talent that's brought in week after week is unmatched in these parts. In the last year alone, Dazzle has hosted Joe Lovano, Esperanza Spalding, the Bad Plus, Vijay Iyer, Kurt Elling and the stellar trio of Ron Miles, Bill Frisell and Brian Blade. To top it all off, the lounge's walls are acoustically treated, so the sound is top-notch, and sight-wise, there's not a bad seat in the house. And Dazzle is more than just a jazz club; it's also a great local watering hole, renowned for the martinis offered at the comfortable bar. The late-afternoon and late-night happy hours feature a roster of dishes -- including a terrific bar burger, pizzas and salads -- that are enough to make a meal. But the main menu is also worthy of note, with its famous four-cheese macaroni and other favorites. More >>

  • The Deer Pile

    The Deer Pile

    206 E. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-831-6443

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Deer-Pile/351334178210395

  • Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park

    Champa St & Speer Blvd. Denver, CO 80204

    http://www.artscomplex.com/Venues/SculpturePark/tabid/142/Default.aspx

  • Denver Turnverein

    Denver Turnverein

    1570 Clarkson St. Denver, CO 80218
    303-831-9717

    http://www.denverturnverein.org

  • Fillmore Auditorium

    Fillmore Auditorium

    1510 Clarkson St. Denver, CO 80218
    303-837-0360

    http://www.fillmoreauditorium.org Built in 1907 as the Mammoth Roller Rink, the Fillmore Auditorium has a long and storied history as an entertainment venue. As Mammoth Gardens and Mammoth Events Center, the building hosted sporting events, parties and shows for more than six decades. After a multimillion-dollar renovation in 1999, the venue reopened as the Fillmore -- with decor reminiscent of Bill Graham's famous Fillmore in San Francisco -- and has hosted countless renowned musical acts, including Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Coldplay. More >>

  • Gypsy House Cafe

    Gypsy House Cafe

    1279 Marion St. Denver, CO 80218
    303-830-1112

    https://www.facebook.com/GypsyHouse Put this in your pipe and smoke it: If you like your coffee strong and the atmosphere in which you drink it just as pungent, head for Gypsy House Cafe. The specialty here is Turkish coffee, which is a leap for the Starbucks connoisseur, but it's well worth the plunge. The food is good, the wi-fi is free -- and they'll hook you up with just the right tobacco for your hookah. More >>

  • KPOF Hall

    KPOF Hall

    1340 Sherman St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-836-7445

    http://www.denverphilharmonic.org

  • L2 Arts and Culture Center

    L2 Arts and Culture Center

    1477 Columbine St. Denver, CO 80206
    720-626-6346

    http://www.l2artsandculture.com

  • Lion

    Lion's Lair

    2022 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-320-9200

    http://www.lionslairlounge.com 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

  • Lost Lake Lounge

    Lost Lake Lounge

    3602 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-333-4345

    http://www.lost-lake.com 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

  • MiYard

    536 Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80204
    720-273-1409

    http://www.miyarddenver.com

  • Ogden Theatre

    Ogden Theatre

    935 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-832-1874

    http://www.ogdentheatre.com Built in 1919 by the same person who designed the Bluebird Theater, the Ogden Theatre has gone through a few incarnations since then, including being home to vaudeville acts before becoming a movie theater in 1937. In the early '90s, Doug Kauffman of Nobody in Particular Presents turned it into a music venue. In recent years, the place, which is now being operated by AEG Live, received a major upgrade, including new flooring, a new sound system and a wraparound balcony, making it one of Denver's premier venues for national acts. More >>

  • Pepsi Center

    Pepsi Center

    1000 Chopper Circle Denver, CO 80204
    303-405-1100

    http://www.pepsicenter.com Before the Pepsi Center was built in 1999, the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche played their games in McNichols Arena (which has since been razed to complete a parking lot for the football stadium). It was more than time for a new venue; McNichols did the trick for nearly a quarter-century, but the facility desperately needed updating, and an update is exactly what the city got with the Pepsi Center. Besides the Nuggets and the Avs, it’s home to the Colorado Mammoth, Denver’s professional lacrosse team, and frequently hosts NCAA tournaments. On the other end of the entertainment spectrum, the Pepsi Center is the go-to venue for large-scale concerts (Roger Waters and Madonna have both played there, to name just a couple) in town. Located conveniently close to downtown Denver and the Auraria campus, the center also offers free facility tours on a regular basis. More >>

  • Pete

    Pete's Greek Town Cafe

    2910 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-321-1104

    http://www.petesrestaurants.com

  • Quixote

    Quixote's True Blue

    314 E. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-366-6492

    http://www.quixotes.com In November 1996, Jay Bianchi and his two brothers opened the original Quixote's True Blue at 9150 East Colfax in Aurora, as a place where Deadheads and kindred spirits could gather after Jerry Garcia's passing. Bianchi says he figured the venue might last five years and worried that his regulars would get older, retire, have kids and not be able to go out as much. But what actually happened was that the audience kept getting younger.While the venue has moved a few times since then, including stints in Five Points, downtown, and its current location in Capitol Hill, the vibe has essentially stayed consistent, with a jam- and Dead-centric lineup of both local and national groups. More >>

  • Seventh Circle Music Collective

    Seventh Circle Music Collective

    2935 W. 7th Ave. Denver, CO 80204

    http://seventhcirclemusiccollective.tumblr.com Transformed from the closed Blast-O-Mat, The Seventh Circle Collective started with the mission to provide a safe space for all sorts of music and a meeting place for cultural and artistic endeavors. That mission continues today as host to numerous shows each week, Seventh Circle has filled an important gap for those who prefer an alternative avenue for presenting their music. More >>

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