Denver has officially entered the season of too many concerts to choose from, and last weekend was no exception, with music events ranging from classic rock at Red Rocks to celebrating our city's next generation of musicians at Youth on Record's Block Party. Westword photographers were there to capture many of these shows, and links to the full slideshows are below.
On Friday, May 13, Denver alternative pop-rock band 888 played a homecoming headlining slot at the Bluebird Theater before heading over to spin records at an after-party at Illegal Pete's new location on East Colfax...
On Saturday, May 14, Red Rocks hosted the Global Dub Festival featuring Datsik and other bass music artists.
Over at the Bluebird on Saturday night, duo Blaqk Audio — featuring two members of the band AFI — brought their brand of electronica.
Classic-rock legends Bad Company and Joe Walsh teamed up for their "One Hell of a Night" tour stop at Red Rocks.
Also on Sunday, over at Youth on Record, the nonprofit youth-oriented arts organization celebrated its continued growth with its second annual block party and the release of its first album, Y.O.R. Sessions Volume 1, which features national artists who recorded songs in the Youth on Record studio.
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