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Cultured Warriors: The Enduring Legacy of the Samurai in Japanese Society

CU Museum of Natural History : 6:30 p.m. September 24

Perhaps it started decades ago with Toshiro Mifune and Seven Samurai, but who knows? Whatever the case, Americans have an ongoing love affair with samurai lore. It also could have something to do with our love of costumery and big swords, but samurai gear, though beautifully crafted in the... More >>

Boulder Museum Exhibits and Events, Lectures

Trust

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 24

When Robert Alfons started Trust with Austra's Maya Postepski, in 2010, the duo's compositions were right in line with a resurgence of '80s synth-pop. What set the project apart was the way it seemed equally informed by late-'80s EBM and '90s acid house. That seamless combination of influences... More >>

Central Denver Music

Conor Oberst

Belly Up Aspen : 9:00 p.m. September 24

In addition to certainly, definitely being the next Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst was known in his early days for the intense stage fright that caused him to keep a bucket handy in case of mid-set bouts of vomiting. Nowadays, he's primarily known for having a name that looks as... More >>

Mountains Music

Il Sogno del Mariano

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. September 24

Bassist Mike Watt co-founded Minutemen and fIREHOSE, and he's been playing with the re-formed Stooges. But over the last dozen years or so, he's also been busy with other projects, like the Secondmen and the Missingmen, both of whom he's performed with on his last couple of visits to the... More >>

Downtown Denver Music

Coco Montoya

Toad Tavern : September 25

Guitarist/singer Coco Montoya started off as a rock drummer. Albert Collins walked into the club where Montoya was working, and the club owner let him use Montoya's drum set -- without asking him. Montoya blew a gasket, and Collins ended up calling to apologize. Collins phoned a few months... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Music

Demi Lovato

Pepsi Center : 7:00 p.m. September 25

Whether by accident or design, Demi Lovato has grown with her young audience -- from being the Disney darling of Camp Rock and Sonny With a Chance to self-medicating her way through a nervous breakdown and then becoming something of a remote mentor to teenage girls. This very public arc has... More >>

Central Denver Music

Conor Oberst

Mishawaka Amphitheatre : 10:00 p.m. September 25

In addition to certainly, definitely being the next Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst was known in his early days for the intense stage fright that caused him to keep a bucket handy in case of mid-set bouts of vomiting. Nowadays, he's primarily known for having a name that looks as... More >>

Mountains Music

Living Colour

Summit Music Hall : 7:00 p.m. September 26

Able to blend metal, punk, funk, jazz, and even some P.E.-style hip-hop into a potent hard rock groove, Living Colour enters its fourth decade as a band in 2014. After all these years, Vernon Reid, Corey Glover and company can still pack a mighty wallop, as their most recent studio album, The... More >>

Downtown Denver Music

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 26

Born Joshua Davis, DJ Shadow made great waves with his first proper album, 1996's Endtroducing, which has been lauded as the first album made up entirely by samples. By then, he'd already made a name for himself as a producer with some singles and production work out on Mo' Wax Records, and... More >>

Central Denver Music

Ty Segall

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 26

He is the man that your head-banging, no-good punk ass needs to thank immediately for keeping rock 'n' roll brash, beautifully loud, unpredictable, and incredibly exciting. Over the course of six years and dozens of albums, EPs, and singles, Ty Segall, the 27-year-old Orange County-bred and Bay... More >>

Central Denver Music

Juan Gabriel

Pepsi Center : 9:00 p.m. September 26

Juan Gabriel is arguably among the more important figures in modern Mexican music, having written some of its most famous songs, including "Querida," "Hasta Que Te Conocí," and "Amor Eterno." Gabriel has also worked extensively as a producer (for Rocio Dúrcal, Lucha Villa, Lola... More >>

Central Denver Music

Blake Shelton

Pepsi Center : 7:00 p.m. September 27

After toiling away for years in the country music scene, Blake Shelton has enjoyed massive mainstream success in recent years, making several appearances on the Billboard pop charts. A stint on NBC's wildly popular singing competition, The Voice, has helped cement Shelton as a bona-­fide... More >>

Central Denver Music

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist

Belly Up Aspen : 9:30 p.m. September 27

Born Joshua Davis, DJ Shadow made great waves with his first proper album, 1996's Endtroducing, which has been lauded as the first album made up entirely by samples. By then, he'd already made a name for himself as a producer with some singles and production work out on Mo' Wax Records, and... More >>

Mountains Music

Miscast 2014

Aurora Fox Arts Center : 7:00 p.m. September 29

Professional actors take their work seriously; in turn, they hope to have that work respected by their audiences. But once in a while, even the best of the best like to let their hair down and have a little fun. In the case of Miscast — a local tradition that dates back to annual shows... More >>

Aurora Theater, Comedy, Benefits

The Moth: When Worlds Collide

The Paramount Theatre : 7:30 p.m. September 30

“The Moth is a place where people tell true stories on stage with no notes, in front of strangers, and the stories are on a specific theme,” explains director Sarah Austin Jenness. On a very basic level, that’s what you can expect from tonight’s Moth Mainstage: When... More >>

Downtown Denver Theater, Spoken Word, Pop Culture, Lectures, Fall Arts Guide, Community Events

Daniel Sprick: Fictions: Recent Works

Denver Art Museum : Every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until November 2

While the Denver Art Museum is taking a break from the blockbuster treadmill this summer, it’s not going to sleep. Rather, the season will be taken up by several weighty smaller exhibits, including Daniel Sprick’s Fictions: Recent Works, a tribute to a Colorado-based... More >>

Central Denver Summer Guide, Arts, Art - Museums

Chihuly Rediscovered

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center : Every Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until September 28

It’s a good year in Colorado for lovers of artist Dale Chihuly’s large-scale glass works, with two major exhibits opening along the Front Range for the summer. One, an outdoor exhibition of site-specific installations, opens in June at the Denver Botanic Gardens, sending up tendrils... More >>

Southern Colorado Summer Guide, Out of Town, Arts, Art - Openings and Events, Art - Museums

You Look Like How I Used To

DATELINE : Daily until September 21

One of Denver's smallest but hippest galleries, DATELINE, continues its run of eclectic shows with a summer-ending, mostly local group effort, You Look Like How I Used To, which showcases work riffing on the elusive quality of self-definition and rendered in a variety of mediums by four... More >>

Downtown Denver Arts, Art - Openings and Events, Art - Galleries

Riot Fest

Sports Authority Field at Mile High : September 21

If music festivals are good for one thing it's seeing great new bands. If they're good for anything else it's seeing bands you used to really like play again after a long hiatus. This year's Riot Fest has a great crop of both new and old acts, so for anyone that missed these bands the first... More >>

Central Denver Music

Ludlow, 1914

Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater : Every Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until September 28

Regional theater companies have been mining the tragic history of the Ludlow Massacre this year to mark the hundredth anniversary of the epic battle in the Colorado coal wars. For Ludlow, 1914, avant-garde performance troupe the LIDA Project joins with Colorado Springs’s Theatreworks to... More >>

Southern Colorado Theater

Grounded

Avenue Theater : 7:30 p.m. every Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. until September 28; 4:00 p.m. every Sun. until September 28

The Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company produces some of the most interesting plays around — contemporary, smart, surprising — and it’s just added a regional premiere to its upcoming season. George Brant’s one-woman play Grounded has generated a lot of buzz and hugely... More >>

Central Denver Theater

A Steady Rain

The Edge Theatre Company : 8:00 p.m. every Fri., Sat. until September 28; 6:00 p.m. every Sun. until September 28

For Terry Dodd, who's currently directing A Steady Rain for the Edge Theatre Company, news of the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, is resonant. The play “begins and ends with a gunshot,” he says, and places the audience in “a cop car doing ninety down an alley at night in the... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Theater, Performing Arts

Unbound: Sculpture in the Field

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities : Daily until October 5

Arvada Center art curator Collin Parson is pumped, and here’s why: Unbound: Sculpture in the Field, a show one might say he’s been training for all his life, debuts tonight in the center’s south field, featuring an installation of 27 works by Colorado sculptors. A sculptor... More >>

Northwest Denver Suburbs Arts, Art - Openings and Events, Art - Galleries

Pandas: The Journey Home

Denver Museum of Nature and Science : Daily until December 11

After cats and dogs, which cute animal rules the Internet? We're willing to bet on pandas, especially the wee, roly-poly bamboo-gobbling denizens of China's Wolong Conservation and Research Center in Sichuan Province, where young pandas are raised and prepared for release into the wild.... More >>

Downtown Denver Museum Exhibits and Events, Film - Picks, Film - IMAX, Summer Guide, Film, Family Events, Fall Arts Guide

Chihuly

Denver Botanic Gardens : Daily until November 30

Anyone familiar with the delicate yet explosive artistry that comes out of Dale Chihuly’s internationally known glass studio in Washington state will immediately get what might happen when a large-scale collection of Chihuly glass takes over the Denver Botanic Gardens for the summer. But... More >>

Central Denver Museum Exhibits and Events, Fall Arts Guide, Arts, Art - Openings and Events, Art - Museums
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