• Florence and the Machine at Red Rocks
    4 hours ago by Aaron Thackeray

    Indie rockers Florence and the Machine – headed up by lead singer Florence Welch's powerful vocals – took over Red Rocks on Monday, playing “Dog Days Are Over,” along with many other favorites. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.

  • Sesh Fest Brought a Mellow Buzz to Sculpture Park
    1 day ago

    The second annual Sesh Fest at Sculpture Park brought out the sunshine and dozens of Colorado craft beers on the lower end of the alcohol volume. The goal was to celebrate "session beers," which are typically below 5 percent ABV. Sesh Fest benefits…

  • Kicks and Kittens at the Denver County Fair

    The Denver County Fair celebrated its fifth year at the National Western Complex with the trendsetting new Kitten Pavilion, and lots of old favorites from freak shows and drag contests to performing pigs and the ultimate weirdness of the Geek…


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  • Mötley Crüe and Alice Cooper at Pepsi Center
    2 days ago by Brandon Marshall

    Glam rockers Mötley Crüe, played Pepsi Center on Jul 31st and possibly the last time in Colorado during The Crüe’s “farewell” tour. Mötley Crüe has played Colorado 25 times since 1983 and the tour wraps up for 3 dates at Staples Center in Los…

  • Leftapalooza Gave Tribute Bands Their Due
    3 days ago by Brandon Marshall

    You liked the original, but maybe you love the cover even more. Left Hand Brewing in Longmont brought back its fifth annual Leftapalooza and Mile High Tribute Band Competition last weekend, featuring cover acts from all over the country, including…

  • Remembering Derek Reinhardt: For Love of Still
    4 days ago by Kelsey VanderWerf

    Derek Reinhardt, a prominent member of the Denver arts community, passed away early on the morning of July 25. Here is a sample of his body of work, For Love of Still.

  • Jackalope Arts Fair at Exdo Event Center
    10 days ago by Danielle Lirette

    The Jackalope Arts fair gave local artisans a chance to showcase their handmade wares at the

  • Titwrench Presents: Surfacing at Syntax Physic Opera
    11 days ago by Kenneth Hamblin III

    Titwrench presented their mini Surfacing Music Fest at Syntax Physic Opera, featuring Future Single Mom, Kheya Lenay Yeager, Koko La, Riverside Drive, Annastezhaa, and Panaderia. All Photos by Ken Hamblin III.

  • Behind the Scenes at Solitaire
    11 days ago by Danielle Lirette

    Solitaire, a restaurant with a historic pedigree, moved into the two historic homes that had housed Highland's Garden Cafe. And the new spot, which opened this spring, is blooming, as Gretchen Kurtz reports in her review of Solitaire. We sent…

  • Van Halen at Red Rocks
    15 days ago by Brandon Marshall

    In 1978, Van Halen released their debut album and nearly 37 years later, Van Halen played their first show at Red Rocks on June 20, 2015. Kenny Wayne Shepered provided opening support. All photos by Brandon Marshall

  • Ripping the big bowl at Stronghold Society's One Gathering
    15 days ago by Kevin J. Beaty

    On Saturday, July 18, the Denver-based Stronghold Society put on their annual One Gathering, a day of competition and community at the Denver Skate Park. The gathering is a fundraiser supporting Stronghold Society's mission to build skate parks for…

  • A Night to Remember Beer Festival at Four Mile Historic Park
    16 days ago by Scott Lentz

    Festival attendees honored victims of the 2012 Aurora theater shooting at the fourth annual A Night to Remember Beer Festival on July 19, enjoying beer, food and music at Four Mile Historic Park. All photos by Scott Lentz. 

  • Colorado Dragon Boat Festival 2015
    16 days ago by Danielle Lirette

    The 2015 Colorado Dragon Boat Festival brought races, dances and cultural exchange to Sloan's Lake on July 18-19. All photos by Danielle Lirette.

  • Center for Visual Art 25th Anniversary
    17 days ago by Danielle Lirette

    Metropolitan State University of Denver is turning fifty this year, but that's not the only milestone. MSU's Center for Visual Art marked it's 25th anniversary on friday with art demos, a student art market and live music. All photos by Danielle…

  • Roll Does <i>Mad Max</i>
    17 days ago by Brandon Marshall

    Two men enter! One man leaves! The latest edition of Exdo's monthly roller skating party, was inspired from the Mad Max film series. Photos by Brandon Marshall

  • Biennial of the Americas at Civic Center Park
    17 days ago by Brandon Marshall

    The third Biennial of the Americas hosted family-friendly fun and performances by Bomba Estéreo, Companhia Urbana de Dança, Black Violin, Ian Cooke and the CSO, Wonderbound and Jeremy Bailey. Beginning on July 14 with opening week events, and…

  • Aurora Theater Trial Verdict Reaction
    19 days ago by Brandon Marshall

    Centennial, CO, July 16, 2015- A Colorado jury on Thursday convicted James Holmes on 24 counts of first-degree murder, 140 counts of attempted first-degree murder, one count of possessing explosives, and a sentence enhancement of a crime of…

  • Behind the Scenes at Roaming Buffalo Bar-B-Que
    19 days ago by Danielle Lirette

    Denver is a city hungry for good barbecue, and that's what Coy and Rachael Webb brought when they opened Roaming Buffalo Bar-B-Que, which Gretchen Kurtz reviews here. We sent Danielle Lirette to see what happens behind the scenes as the Webbs cook…

  • Death Cab for Cutie at Red Rocks
    20 days ago by Chrisinger, Miles

    Death Cab for Cutie, playing its first tour without founding guitarist Chris Walla, stopped at Red Rocks on July 15. All photos by Miles Chrisinger.

  • 2015 Biennial Opening Night With the Flobots
    20 days ago by Kenneth Hamblin III

    The 2015 Biennial of the Americas opened in Denver on July 14. The festivities included art exhibits, panel discussions and a free performance outside the Biennial Pavilion featuring Making Movies and the Flobots. All photos by Ken Hamblin III.



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