The art installation at City Hall is coming to a close this weekend, and it will end with a display of some serious talent. Following Tuesday night's free Sub.Mission dubstep show with Denver residents RumbleJunkie, Despise, Dodger and Coult-45, in its final days Terminal Kings will show just what these artists can do under pressure. Click through to see some of the finished pieces, as well as the murals that are still in the works.
The pieces, which were comissioned by Denver International Airport, will be displayed at DIA over the next five years, during the construction of the South Terminal. But you can see them from 2 to 7 p.m. daily through January 21, when City Hall will be open. There are also ticketed events at 8 p.m. every night in connection with Terminal Kings; find the full schedule at www.terminalkings.com.
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