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Best of Denver 2013 Readers' Poll: Meet this year's Arts & Entertainment winners

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The 2013 Best of Denver issue is on stands now, and in its 196 pages you'll find Westword's picks for the best people, places and services in Denver. Along the way, we asked you to nominate and then vote for your favorites online, via paper ballots and through text messages during a poll that lasted from January through March. About halfway through, we announced the finalists, and now the winners are out. Continue reading for the music and clubs winners of the Arts & Entertainment Readers' Poll: How do they compare to Westword's picks?

See also: - Best of Denver 2013 Readers' Poll: Meet this year's Sports & Recreation winners - Best of Denver 2013 Readers' Poll: Meet this year's Arts & Entertainment winners - The 2013 Best of Denver winners

Best Free Entertainment Jazz in the Park Best Karaoke Night Star Bar Best Gay Bar Tracks Best Lesbian Bar Blush & Blu Best Jukebox Nob Hill Inn Best Club Night Lipgloss

Continue reading for more Readers' Poll music winners.

Best Club Patio Funky Buddha Lounge Best Club Smoking Area NORAD Best New Club Chloe Discotheque and Mezze Lounge Best New Band Prism Waves Best Radio DJ Slacker & Steve, Alice 105.9 Best New Recording Steady by Your Side, Calder's Revolvers Best Concert of the Year Mumford & Sons at Red Rocks

For more from our Best of Denver issue, check out the full list of this year's Arts & Entertainment winners.




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