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Black Flag

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. July 31

Had Black Flag merely been the first American hardcore band, its place in history would have been assured. Informed by jazz and early heavy metal as much as punk, the band's music captured urban angst and provided a musical catharsis like little else that had come before it. But Flag and its... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Music

James McMurtry

Mishawaka Amphitheatre : 8:00 p.m. July 31

The sons of famous fathers start out several rungs higher on life's ladder than do the rest of us, but this head start doesn't guarantee superstardom, as the career of James McMurtry demonstrates. The singer-songwriter's 1989 debut, Too Long in the Wasteland, appeared on a major label thanks... More >>

Mountains Music

Kacey Musgraves

Belly Up Aspen : 9:00 p.m. July 31

More a pop-music genre-bender than a full-on country crossover, Kacey Musgraves stands out in the sea of her overly patriotic, good-ol'-party-boy contemporaries. The plucking banjo accompaniment that wanders through 2013's Same Trailer Different Park signaled that she was very much a Nashville... More >>

Mountains Music

Stryper

Casselman's Bar & Venue : August 1

Quite possibly the quintessential Christian metal/glam rock band, Stryper was formed in Orange County in 1983. With a traditional hard rock, classic metal sound, the band has toured the globe, and sold over ten million albums worldwide. In the mid '80s, when the act was at the height of its... More >>

Downtown Denver Music

Barenaked Ladies

Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield : 6:30 p.m. August 1

Barenaked Ladies fans — don't lie, you know you're out there — had quite the scare when co-vocalist Steven Page (a.k.a. the one who doesn't rap) announced he was leaving the band in early 2009. His departure did little to slow down the Canadian pop-rock institution, however. But... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Music

Rx Bandits & The Dear Hunter

Summit Music Hall : 7:00 p.m. August 1

RX Bandits brings its multi-layered rhythms to Summit Music Hall with the Deer Hunter and From Indian Lakes. Popping up on the musical radar almost two decades ago years ago as a ska outfit, the California band has fully evolved into an uncategorizable, progressive-rock band -- but still... More >>

Downtown Denver Music

Amos Lee & Colorado Symphony Orchestra

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 8:00 p.m. August 1

Ninety percent silk and ten percent grit, Philadelphia blue-eyed-soul man Amos Lee's pipes are steeped in both the smooth R&B stylings of Billy Paul and Smokey Robinson and the Seventies singer-songwriter tradition of James Taylor and Harry Chapin. Tonight he performs with the Colorado Symphony... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Music

Kraddy & EPROM

Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom : 9:00 p.m. August 1

A founding member of the Glitch Mob, producer/DJ Kraddy is no stranger to the electronic-music scene. He's the mind behind "Android Porn," a track sometimes cited as the glitch-hop anthem, and although he began his career with breakbeats back in 2003, Kraddy's been mixing it up ever since,... More >>

Downtown Denver Music

Railroad Earth

Boulder Theater : 9:00 p.m. August 1

The music of Railroad Earth isn't easy to classify, although most people are happy to label it "jam band" and move on. Still reading? Good, because while there's definitely some "jamming" going on in the live show, this is not some guitar-noodling Phish knock-off. Bluegrass lies at the heart of... More >>

Boulder Music

Railroad Earth

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 6:30 p.m. August 2

The music of Railroad Earth isn't easy to classify, although most people are happy to label it "jam band" and move on. Still reading? Good, because while there's definitely some "jamming" going on in the live show, this is not some guitar-noodling Phish knock-off. Bluegrass lies at the heart of... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Music

Sara Bareilles

Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield : 6:30 p.m. August 2

After opening for James Blunt, Counting Crows, Aqualung, Marc Broussard, Guster, and Maroon 5, Sara Bareilles' 2007 chart success of her single "Love Song" helped put her name atop the marquee. With four albums, several high-profile TV appearances, and a slew of Grammy nominations, she's earned... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Music

Mötley Crüe

Pepsi Center : 7:00 p.m. August 2

Alice Cooper is a shock rock pioneer that's influenced countless artists with his on stage horror movie imagery and antics, which included hangings and beheadings by guillotine. Theatrics aside, Cooper (aka Vincent Furnier) is also a talented songwriter. Hits like "I'm Eighteen," "School's Out"... More >>

Central Denver Music

Kacey Musgraves

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. August 2

More a pop-music genre-bender than a full-on country crossover, Kacey Musgraves stands out in the sea of her overly patriotic, good-ol'-party-boy contemporaries. The plucking banjo accompaniment that wanders through 2013's Same Trailer Different Park signaled that she was very much a Nashville... More >>

Central Denver Music

Amos Lee

Fox Theatre : 8:30 p.m. August 2

Ninety percent silk and ten percent grit, Philadelphia blue-eyed-soul man Amos Lee's pipes are steeped in both the smooth R&B stylings of Billy Paul and Smokey Robinson and the Seventies singer-songwriter tradition of James Taylor and Harry Chapin. After performing at 9,500-person Red Rocks the... More >>

Boulder Music

Chicago and REO Speedwagon

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:30 p.m. August 4

The REO Speedwagon story most typifies the story of a lot of arena rock bands. They toil for years as a simple midwest rock band. Great singer. Great guitarist. Tight band. They build a loyal fan base, but never make it big. Then a big-ass ballad hits, and their lives are never the same. The... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Music

American Culture

Rhinoceropolis : August 5

American Culture intentionally obscures its origins, its membership and its intentions as a band. Its only stated goal is to create the kind of music that would appeal to disaffected suburban youth and anyone else on the fringe of urban culture. It may be a utopian notion to craft such a... More >>

North Denver Music

Los Lonely Boys

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities : 7:30 p.m. August 5

If you can't recite the words to Los Lonely Boys' 2004 hit, "Heaven," you must have been living under a rock when the San Angelo, Texas natives hijacked just about every radio format you could imagine with their unique style of "Texican Rock n' Roll." The Garza brothers haven't quite seen... More >>

Northwest Denver Suburbs Music

311

Fillmore Auditorium : 8:00 p.m. August 5

Once upon a time, five guys in Omaha, Nebraska, decided to fuse funk, reggae, rock, and hip-hop. It's been an eventful 26 years since they decided to do so. Anyone who's bothered to turn on a rock radio station in the '90s or 2000s is well-acquainted with 311's vast catalog. The act has put out... More >>

Central Denver Music

Boston

Fiddler's Green Amphitheater : 7:00 p.m. August 6

One of the greatest arena rock bands of the last four decades, Boston made significant inroads into what become millions of people's ears with its 1976 self-titled debut album that included the hits "More Than a Feeling" and "Peace of Mind." Since then, the band has only released a handful of... More >>

Southeast Denver Suburbs Music

Foster the People

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:00 p.m. August 6

Crazy the difference a year and a half can make. In the spring of 2011, Foster the People was a little-known quantity making its first trek to Denver for an intimate show at the Walnut Room. The band returned to the Mile High City for a notably larger gig at the Bluebird Theater later that... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Music

Lady Gaga

Pepsi Center : 7:30 p.m. August 6

Since she first burst onto the scene and into the hearts and minds of her little monsters, Lady Gaga has become a genre unto herself. Beyond her hit-laden catalog, featuring many of the biggest songs of the past half-decade, Gaga is known for her over-the-top onstage antics, making her one of... More >>

Central Denver Music

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Longmont Museum and Cultural Center : Daily until September 14

Both the miniature and the colossal come alive today as the Longmont Museum & Cultural Center celebrates the opening of Planes, Trains and Automobiles, an interactive exhibition where modes of transit are the stars. Culled from a dozen private collections, more than a hundred models will be on... More >>

Northern Colorado Museum Exhibits and Events, Family Events

Colorado Shakespeare Festival

CU-Boulder campus : Daily until August 10

Sam Gregory, one of the most interesting and talented actors around, began his professional life working for the California Shakespeare Theater soon after graduating from college. “I made $50 a week,” he says. “Maybe $43.37 after taxes.” This summer, Gregory returns for... More >>

Boulder Theater, Summer Guide, Festivals

Outside In 303

Museo de las Americas : Every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until September 21

Director Maruca Salazar never really thought of the Museo de las Américas, her Latino-culture stronghold that holds everything from folk art to fine art, as a place for street art — at least not until a group of local graffiti artists met with her a couple of years ago.... More >>

Central Denver Arts, Art - Openings and Events, Art - Museums

At the Mirror: Reflections of Japan in 20th Century Prints

Denver Art Museum : Every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until September 21

When we think of Japanese prints, we tend to envision the “floating world” woodblock prints of nineteenth-century artists like Hokusai and Hiroshige, who influenced the composition style of Edgar Degas and other impressionist painters. But the print tradition still thrives today in... More >>

Central Denver Summer Guide, Arts, Art - Museums
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