Independent concert promoter Soda Jerk Presents has forged a new partnership with the team at the EXDO Event Center, Managing partner Andrew Feinstein and his crew, which involves Soda Jerk Presents exclusive concert booking rights for the 22,000 square foot building at 1399 35th Street in RiNo. "It ... More >>
The Summit Music Hall officially opened its main room in July 2010. A couple of months prior to that, however, the folks over at Soda Jerk began hosting smaller local shows in the front part of the venue. Since then, while there have been some shows in that front room, the club has primarily focused ... More >>
ViaYouth of Today in May in Argentina.Legendary straight-edge hardcore band Youth of Today has postponed its Denver show slated for this Thursday at the Summit Music Hall, but organizers say a make-up gig is in the works. We can't confirm any details yet, more than Youth of Today (who had D.Y ... More >>
Youth of Today, back in the day.The Summit Music Hall will continue what's become a rotation of classic punk and metal bands playing its stage (Bad Brains, Stiff Little Fingers, Saint Vitus come to mind) November 10 when Youth of Today and D.Y.S. are scheduled to perform. What makes this show ... More >>
With the recent opening of the 500-capacity Roxy Theatre, which will be now be primarily a live music venue, LoDo and the Ballpark neighborhood are suddenly brimming with mid-sized venues. With so many fine rooms to choose from, now seemed to be a fitting time to us to offer up a rundown of e ... More >>
Marquee MagazineJust received some pretty major news on the concert promotions front: Peter Ore (pictured right), former Vice President of Booking for Live Nation, has joined the Soda Jerk Presents family. "Working with Peter is going to be a huge step as we continue to grow the company," sa ... More >>
When Soda Jerk Presents started booking punk and hardcore shows in 1997, its main venues were Club 156 on the CU-Boulder campus and Tulagi's. Since then, company, headed up by owner Mike Barsch went on to book shows at the Raven and Rock Island, before buying The Cat, and for the past four ye ... More >>
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