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In Case You Missed It: Photos From Concerts Around Denver, February 10-16

Sometimes fans look as cool as the band — even Lordi.
Sometimes fans look as cool as the band — even Lordi.
Miles Chrisinger
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The past week had its share of memorable concerts that included monsters, stoners and heartthrobs. Juicy J, Run the Jewels, Lordi and Sting all packed the house. Here's what it looked like.

1. Weed Is Life for Juicy J and His Fans

Denver rallied hard for Juicy J.
Denver rallied hard for Juicy J.
Miles Chrisinger
This Bud's for you.
This Bud's for you.
Miles Chrisinger
It wasn't like he was the only guy smoking at the Juicy J concert.
It wasn't like he was the only guy smoking at the Juicy J concert.
Miles Chrisinger

2. Run the Jewels Got High AF in Denver

Yep, even Smurfs like Run the Jewels.
Yep, even Smurfs like Run the Jewels.
Lindsey Bartlett
Are you sure Run the Jewels isn't a punk band?
Are you sure Run the Jewels isn't a punk band?
Lindsey Bartlett
Sometimes, you just need a break.
Sometimes, you just need a break.
Lindsey Bartlett

Read on for more photos from concerts around Denver.

Lordi: A beautiful band.
Lordi: A beautiful band.
Miles Chrisinger

3. Forget Insane Clown Posse. Lordi May Be the Scariest-Looking Band Around

"Excuse me, Mr. Lordi, I need to make an announcement. Um...did somebody lose a head?"
"Excuse me, Mr. Lordi, I need to make an announcement. Um...did somebody lose a head?"
Miles Chrisinger
Put down your phone. There are monsters in front of you.
Put down your phone. There are monsters in front of you.
Miles Chrisinger

4. Sting Croons to a Valentine's Day Crowd at the Fillmore

Even Sting knows to look nervous when there are monsters in the room.
Even Sting knows to look nervous when there are monsters in the room.
Miles Chrisinger
Feel the Sting.
Feel the Sting.
Miles Chrisinger

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