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  • 3 Kings Tavern

    3 Kings Tavern

    60 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-777-7352

    http://www.3kingstavern.com Calling 3 Kings Tavern a rock bar only hints at the entertainment to be found at the South Broadway mainstay. From burlesque revues, dance nights, and art shows in the basement gallery to a full calendar of shows by top-notch local talent (including a rare Slim Cessna appearance) and compelling national acts (Red Fang and High Fire among them), 3 Kings has something for everyone. Couple that entertainment lineup with a staff that's as welcoming to customers as it is to bands (which are all treated like rock stars, whether imports or exports), and it's easy to see why this joint has so many fans -- even if the sound occasionally leaves something to be desired. More >>

  • Broadway Music School

    Broadway Music School

    1940 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-0833

    http://www.broadwaymusicschool.com

  • Denver Eclectic Concerts

    1705 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-393-7116

    http://www.eclecticconcerts.com

  • Herman

    Herman's Hideaway

    1578 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-2535

    http://www.hermanshideaway.com 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

    Hi-dive

    7 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-733-0230

    http://www.hi-dive.com 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 >>

  • Lincoln

    Lincoln's Road House

    1201 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-3700

    http://www.lincolnsroadhouse.com The rowdy rock at the Roadhouse fits the rough-and-ready crowd or the people looking for a beer and a band on the weekends. Big booths keep colleagues comfy and close for talking, and the stage is right by the window, so prospective patrons can get an earful before they are even inside. More >>

  • Magness Arena

    Magness Arena

    2240 E. Buchtel Blvd. Denver, CO 80208
    303-871-2336

    http://ritchiecenter.du.edu/venues/?c=6 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 >>

  • Mile High Coffee

    871 Englewood Parkway Denver, CO 80210
    303-504-5224

    http://www.milehighcoffee.com 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 >>

  • Mortgage West Gallery

    1705 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210

  • Mutiny Information Cafe

    Mutiny Information Cafe

    2 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209
    303-778-7579

    http://www.mutinyonline.com

  • Newman Center for the Performing Arts

    Newman Center for the Performing Arts

    2344 E. Iliff Ave. Denver, CO 80208
    303-871-7720

    http://www.newmancenterpresents.com Not only is the Newman Center for the Performing Arts a jewel box of a venue, with its three intimate performance spaces and elegant balconied plaza, but it also plays host to one of the finest college concert series in this or any other city. The building itself is a beauty, built for the ages from Indiana limestone and decorated with bas relief frescoes and a gorgeous carved-stone window. And the world-class performance stages -- including the elegant Gates Concert Hall, the functional Hamilton Recital Hall and the innovative Byron Flexible Theatre – offer plenty of spaces for performance students to feel at home and for world and avant-garde artists to showcase their skills alongside such mainstays as dance and baroque performances. Buy a ticket and see what it’s all about. More >>

  • Stella

    Stella's Coffeehaus

    1476 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-1031

    http://www.stellascoffee.com Owner Stan Geels originally envisioned his coffeehouse as a community gathering spot, a place where people could come and work in peace -- something he had trouble finding when he was in sales and looking for a good spot to catch up between calls on clients. He opened Stella's twenty years ago, and today it fills several eclectic rooms in a house on South Pearl. Those rooms are almost always packed; students and telecommuters share mismatched tables in the quiet nooks during the day, couples and friends catch live music acts and chat on the front porch at night. And at all hours, they sip coffee from local roaster Pablo's, eat burritos and dessert from one of the many local vendors Geels works with, and peruse art from around the world. "It's a coffee klatsch," Geels says, "which means you look for the best that you can find of everything and bring it to your location, and you make all the drinks." Those drinks are an ideal way to end an evening after dinner at one of Pearl Street's many restaurants. More >>

  • Strange Grounds Coffee

    Strange Grounds Coffee

    1417 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    720-495-0533

    http://www.strangegrounds.com

  • Syntax Physic Opera

    Syntax Physic Opera

    554 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209

    http://www.physicopera.com

  • Washington Park Grille

    Washington Park Grille

    1096 S. Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80209
    303-777-0707

    http://www.washparkgrille.com Long a South Gaylord Street standard, Wash Park Grille has been meeting the needs of the neighborhood's happy-hour crew for years, boasting half-price appetizers and deals on domestic drafts, house wines and well drinks from late afternoon to early evening. (There's also a late-night happy hour.) The large space has been revamped and is a sleek spot, not only for thirty-something after-work drinks, but also for lunch or dinner. The food is a mix of Italian and a twist on American classics. The Grille also busts out flip night, ladies' night (and a gentlemen's one, too), as well as offering a steady stream of live music, making for a most a welcoming scene. More >>

  • Westword Music Showcase Outdoor Stage

    1100 Acoma St. Denver, CO 80210

    http://www.westword.com

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