Ogden Theatre

935 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80218
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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.

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