Concerts

Global Dub and the Best Concerts in Denver This Weekend

Thievery Corporation headlines Red Rocks tonight, and the venue will host the Global Dub Festival (featuring Datsik, Bro Safari, Slander, Ghastly and more) on Saturday, as well as Bad Company and Joe Walsh on Sunday. The Denver Uke Fest runs through Saturday at Swallow Hill, and Lucius is at the Gothic Theatre on Saturday.  See the full list of our picks below. 

FRIDAY, MAY 13

Thievery Corporation
$42.50-$45/VIP $100., 7:30 p.m. Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Mayer Hawthorne
$28-$43, 9 p.m. Ogden Theatre


Arise in Chaos
$10-$12, 7 p.m. Summit Music Hall

Jedi Mind Tricks & Immortal Technique (also May 14)
$25/$28, 9 p.m. Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom

The Expendables
$22-$30, 9p.m. Gothic Theatre

888
$10-$13, 8 p.m., Bluebird Theater


Denver Uke Fest (also May 14)
$27-$130, 7 p.m. Swallow Hill

Possessed By Paul James
$12.50/$15, 9 p.m. Larimer Lounge

SATURDAY, MAY 14

Global Dub Festival
$39.50/VIP $75, 5 p.m., Red Rocks Amphitheatre

The Neighbourhood
$40.75-$49.75, 9 p.m. Ogden Theatre

Lucius
$17/$20, 9 p.m, Gothic Theatre

Blaqk Audio
$20, 8 p.m. Bluebird Theater

The Headhunters
$20/$25, 9 p.m. Cervantes' Other Side

Sun Drenched Music Fest
$35-$65, 12 p.m. Denver Beer Co. Canworks

SUNDAY, MAY 15

Bad Company & Joe Walsh
$45.50-$126, 7:30 p.m. Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Memphis May Fire and We Came as Romans
$22/$25, 6 p.m. Summit Music Hall

Rocky Mountain Bass Slam 2016
$10, 1;30 p.m. Oriental Theater

5th Annual Bringing Back the Arts Musical Competition
free, 5 p.m. Bluebird Theater

Orgy and Filter
$17, 7:30 p.m. Herman's Hideaway

Mac Lethal
$14-$16, 7 p.m. Marquis Theater 

Youth on Record Day
free, 12 p.m. Youth on Record
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