The Best Concerts Still Happening This Week

Palehound is at Larimer Lounge on Wednesday.EXPAND
Palehound is at Larimer Lounge on Wednesday.
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Update, March 16, 2020: Multiple venues that had originally announced concerts have canceled. Mayor Michael Hancock has issued an order closing all bars, clubs and restaurants through May 11, starting Tuesday March 17.

The COVID-19 pandemic has led concert promoters to shut down venues from the Pepsi Center to the Lion's Lair, and the governor has banned all 250-plus gatherings. Still, a handful of smaller venues carry on. You can the Acacia Strain at Streets, and a few St. Patrick's-themed concerts. In the meantime, Kerry Pastine & the Crime Scene took to Facebook over the weekend to broadcast a live set for those who would prefer not to go out.

Here's our full list of what's happening:


The Acacia Strain: $15, 8 p.m., Streets Denver

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