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2009 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205 | Downtown Denver | 303-292-0805

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The thought of sending naive teenagers into the heart of the Ballpark neighborhood can be daunting for parents. But thanks to Soda Jerk Presents' Mike Barsch and Ben Davis, such apprehension is unfounded when it comes to the Marquis Theater. Although all ages are welcome, the longtime promoters, who successfully put on all-ages shows at Tulagi and Rock Island for years before taking over here, clearly cater to the underage set. Barsch and Davis consistently put together stacked bills of emerging acts that appeal to the MySpace generation. Younger fans are ushered into a massive area in front of the stage that has clear sightlines and is completely separate from the space occupied by folks of legal drinking age -- and the shows end well before the witching hour.


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  • Cuisine(s): Pizza
  • Serving: Late Night
  • Features: ATM, Wifi Access

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The Marquis Theater, opened in 2006, is Denver's Ballpark Neighborhood's only live music venue. Located just two blocks from Coors Field, Marquis brings local and national acts encompassing all genres to our stage nightly. Also home to Marquis Pizza, Marquis Theater is the best place to catch live music in an intimate atmosphere in Denver! Some acts that have graced our stage: GBH, Wiz Khalifa, Manchester Orchestra, Mewithoutyou, The Jonas Brothers, Gym Class Heroes, Dirty Heads, Guttermouth, A Wilhelm Scream, Doomtree, People Under The Stairs, Swollen Members, The Bouncing Souls, Boris, Album Leaf, Single File, The Matches, 3Oh!3, The Aggrolites, State Radio, and many, many, more!

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