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  • 1919 Gallery

    1436 Tremont Place Denver, CO 80202

  • Bellco Theatre

    Bellco Theatre

    700 14th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-228-8000

    http://www.denverconvention.com After five years as the Wells Fargo Theatre, the 5,000-seat theater at the Colorado Convention Center was renamed the Bellco Theatre near the end of 2012. The venue is one of the most technically advanced theaters of its kind and offers outstanding acoustics for concerts, lectures, general sessions and family spectaculars. More >>

  • Boettcher Concert Hall

    Boettcher Concert Hall

    14th St & Curtis St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-7876

    http://www.coloradosymphony.org

  • Boulder Piano Gallery

    3111 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205

  • The Bunker

    3881 Steele St. Denver, CO 80205

  • Casselman

    Casselman's Bar & Venue

    2620 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-242-8923

    http://www.casselmans.com The last word of Casselman's Bar & Venue really tells you what you need to know: This is a venue, above all, and a huge one, located on a warehouse-y stretch of Walnut Street in the Ballpark neighborhood. The space can feel absolutely cavernous on an off night. Still, the long bar up front is always welcoming, flanked on one side by couches and pillows, under drawings of Mos Def, Jay-Z and other artists. If there's no live music to move you, you can swing on a giant tire swing or play beer pong. And you don't need to drink all that beer without some sustenance to sop it up: Casselman's has a small but serviceable menu, full of burgers, appetizers and a few Mex specials. And at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, they serve up beef tacos for free as long as the supply holds out. More >>

  • Casslemans

    2620 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205-2231
    720-242-8923

  • Celtic Tavern

    Celtic Tavern

    1801 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-308-1795

    http://www.celtictavern.com If you're looking for something Irish in LoDo and prefer to avoid the sports-bar crowd, Celtic Tavern might be just the ticket. Eschewing a green-beer motif in favor of decor that incorporates literary works from the Emerald Isle's finest, Celtic Tavern presents a distinct Gaelic theme. With its mahogany-paneled walls and fireplaces, the venue offers a cozy, Welsh-inspired nook and a leather-sofa-filled Scottish room for other bastards of the British Empire. The Celtic, which has fifty imported and domestic brews on tap, as well as boasting the one of the largest whiskey selections in Colorado, also brings live music on the weekends. Go for the drinks. Go for the style. Go for the decor or the camaraderie of fellow drinkers or to get really weird down in those tables where they can't see you from the bar. The last thing to go for is the food. More >>

  • Cervantes

    Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom

    2637 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-1772

    http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com As the Casino Cabaret, this venue was one of Five Points' legendary jazz clubs, dating back to the '30s, when it brought in such legends as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Benny Goodman; over the years, folks like B.B. King, Ray Charles and Ike and Tina Turner played there, too. And when the trio behind Quixote's took over the space in 2003, they geared the music more toward Deadheads and jam bands. But when new owners took over again in 2010, they renovated the main floor, added a larger stage, relocated the soundboard and made other improvements. Musically, the focus has shifted more toward dubstep, electronica, hip-hop acts and DJs, along with bluegrass and jam-centric bands. More >>

  • Cervantes

    Cervantes' Other Side

    2637 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-1772

    http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com The smaller part of Cervantes', the 400-capacity Other Side brings in acts similar to those hosted by its bigger ballroom sibling, including jam bands, hip-hop, reggae and funk artists, and acts on its weekly bluegrass and electronica lineups. Since the venues are next door to each other and are connected by an inside doorway, some events take over both rooms. But the more intimate Other Side is a great spot to see world-renowned acts such as reggae superstars Sly & Robbie and hip-hop legend Sir Mix-A-Lot. More >>

  • City Lights Pavilion presented by T-Mobile

    1000 Chopper Place Denver, CO 80202
    303-830-TIXS

  • Classics

    5943 Delmonico Denver, CO 80205

  • Colorado Convention Center

    Colorado Convention Center

    700 14th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-228-8000

    http://www.denverconvention.com Every major city needs a good convention center, and the Colorado Convention Center certainly does the trick for this metropolis. The center has 63 meeting rooms, two giant ballrooms, a 5,000-seat theater and a big blue bear (otherwise known as “I See What You Mean,” by Lawrence Argent) gazing through the floor-to-ceiling windows off 14th Street; it hosts everything from all-night raves to business conventions within its walls. It’s conveniently located next to the Denver Performing Arts Complex, within walking distance of many of the city’s best hotels and restaurants, and just a couple of blocks from the 16th Street Mall. And although it’s not the newest convention center in the country (it was finished in 1990), it was the first event and conference center in the world to be certified to a new international sustainability standard in 2012. Clearly, the facility is way ahead of its time. More >>

  • Colorado Symphony Orchestra

    1000 14th St. Denver, CO 80202-2330
    303-623-7876

    http://www.coloradosymphony.org

  • El Chapultepec

    El Chapultepec

    1962 Market St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-295-9126

    http://www.thepeclodo.com A downtown landmark since 1933, El Chapultepec is the swinging home to Denver's finest jazz and R&B artists, who command the stage in the tiny club seven nights a week. Though the 'Pec is most celebrated for its music, the food is well worth a visit. With American grub and traditional Mexican dishes that beg to be smothered in cheese and green chile, El Chapultepec is a classic choice for a weekday lunch or a burrito fix during a night on the town. Spicy, cheesy and inexpensive, the 'Pec's food does the trick on a rough morning after, too. The music leans to the traditional, and so do the tastes of purists who show up to listen in this dim, vintage gem. More >>

  • Ellie Caulkins Opera House

    Ellie Caulkins Opera House

    Denver Performing Arts Complex Denver, CO 80202

    Putting the Ellie Caulkins Opera House inside the historic Quigg Newton Auditorium was like building a ship inside a bottle. The auditorium -- a 1908 buff-colored brick building designed in a neoclassical style by Robert O. Willison -- had become run down over the years and had long since lost its historic interior. And that history was an illustrious one: Then known as the Municipal Auditorium, it hosted the Democratic National Convention in 1908 and later became the city's premier opera house. The inside was restored in 2002 with a gorgeous, neo-modern interior that’s all rich woods and shining glass and metal, and the 2,225-seat theater still hosts opera -- and comedians, ballet performances, songsters representing a variety of genres, and high-school graduation ceremonies. More >>

  • The Fish Tank

    2232 Lawrence Denver, CO 80205

  • Fusion Factory

    3563 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205

    http://www.facebook.com/thefusionfactory

  • Herb

    Herb's

    2057 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-299-9555

    http://www.herbsbar.com Once described by Stuff magazine as "a dive bar where hot women actually go," Herb's hosts live jazz, blues and R&B bands some nights, as well as DJs on others, in a wonderfully unpretentious vintage setting. The drinks are strong, the bartenders are friendly, and the music is more for swingin' than settin'. At times overrun with twenty-somethings looking for an alternative to LoDo nightlife, the place is usually stocked with a heterogeneous mix of the hip and unhip. More >>

  • Herb

    Herb's Hideout

    2057 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205-2014
    303-296-9733

    http://www.herbsbar.com

  • Hotmixology Lounge

    2026 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-847-7550

  • Howl at the Moon

    1735 19th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-291-0880

    http://www.howlatthemoon.com After a fourteen-year run, SingSing -- which was downtown Denver’s only dueling-piano bar for most of those years -- closed at the end of 2011. A few months later, Howl at the Moon, a national dueling-piano chain that started in 1990 and has more than a dozen locations across the country, opened in the space. Performers play everything from Billy Joel to KISS to LMFAO, but they also take requests. And while the entertainment is clearly the focus, Howl at the Moon also serves a decent selection of classic drinks with a twist, like the Twisted Shirley or Strong Island Iced Tea. More >>

  • Illegal Pete

    Illegal Pete's

    1530 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-623-2169

    http://www.illegalpetes.com Colorado is known for its homegrown big-burrito chains. Illegal Pete's isn't the largest, but it's big on flavor, with a wide-ranging menu that includes everything from the standard chicken- and carnitas-based burritos to versions with fish or potatoes as the main event. The ingredients are all carefully balanced before the burrito is wrapped, ensuring that you won't get any bites of just rice or only sour cream. The casual atmosphere might lure you into sticking around for one more beer; it's no surprise that each and every Illegal Pete's outpost is a favorite hangout for somebody. Who put the beat in your burrito? Illegal Pete's did. Which tables get moved to cram the DJs into this glass-fronted LoDo Chipotle-with-a-bar? Better yet, how do you dance without spilling your -- or your neighbor's -- salsa? Follow the smell of fat burritos or the sound of phatter tracks to find out. More >>

  • Jazz@Jack

    Jazz@Jack's

    500 16th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-433-1000

    http://www.jazzatjacks.com Since Jazz@Jack's is co-owned and operated by the cats in the contemporary jazz band Dotsero, they bring in like-minded bands, as well as funk, blues and R&B acts every night of the week. Folks who dig their jazz a bit on the light side, will most like feel right at home this spot on the third floor of the Denver Pavilions. More >>

  • Larimer Lounge

    Larimer Lounge

    2721 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-291-1007

    http://www.larimerlounge.com 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 >>

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