Entertainment Events

Denver Comedy Calendar—February

Comedy Shows

Feb. 3: Chris Tucker – Paramount Theatre

Feb. 3-4: Michael Yo – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Feb. 7-11: Alingon Mitra – Comedy Works (South)

Feb. 9-11: Steve Rannazzisi – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Feb. 16-18: Heather McDonald – Comedy Works (South)

Feb. 23-25: Dov Davidoff – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Feb. 23-26: Theo Von – Comedy Works (South)

Feb. 25: Lisa Lampanelli – Paramount Theatre

Construction & Development

Neighborhood Profile of the Month: Highlands

Just to the northwest of downtown lies the Highlands area, bustling with trendy bars, coffee shops, art galleries, and nightlife. There’s something for everyone around here—stop by a Saturday farmer’s market to get the freshest produce, or hop on a bike and explore the area by wheels. The neighborhood is divided into three sub-areas: Highlands Square, Lower Highlands (LoHi), and Tennyson Street. But wherever you find yourself in the Highlands, you’re sure to stumble across a hip new eatery or an awesome happy hour. Old meets new in historic neighborhoods dotted with classic Victorian homes, with many areas experiencing an influx of visitors and new residents. Downtown is just a quick cab or bike ride away, but you’ll find plenty of things to keep you busy in the Highlands. Don’t miss the Tennyson Street First Friday Art Walk, the first Friday of every month from 6–10PM, where artists showcase their work at independent galleries and local restaurants offer great specials. And be sure to check out one of the well-loved Mexican restaurants like El Camino Community Tavern (3628 W 32nd Ave) or Taqueria La Familia (2642 W 32nd Ave) for genuine food that pays tribute to the Highlands’ Hispanic heritage.

Entertainment Events

Denver Concert Calendar – February

There’s so much going on in the Mile High City, it can be difficult to narrow down your options. So we’ve done it for you!


Feb. 3: Pepper & Less Than Jake – 7:30PM @ Ogden Theatre

Feb. 4: Datsik with Crizzly and Virtual Riot – 6:00PM @ 1st Bank Center

Feb. 4: Galactic – 8:30PM @ Fillmore Auditorium

Feb. 4: Bonfire Dub with Mama Magnolia – 7:30PM @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Feb. 17 & 19: Sammy Adams – 8:00PM @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Feb. 17-18: Los Lobos – 7:00PM @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Feb. 18: Lotus – 8:00PM @ Fillmore Auditorium

Feb. 22: Yo-Yo Ma – 7:30PM @ Macky Auditorium Concert Hall, Boulder

Feb. 24: Trevor Hall – 9:00PM @ Gothic Theatre

Entertainment Events

Denver Culture Calendar—January

There’s so much going on in the Mile High City, it can be difficult to narrow down your options. So we’ve done it for you! Whatever you’re seeking for your next outing—music, comedy, theater, museum exhibits—Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of January in Denver.


Jan. 4: Reel Big Fish & Anti-Flag – 7:00PM @ 935 E Colfax Ave

Jan. 5: Nappy Roots, Dassaro x Jeraff, J.O.B. (Just Ova Broke) – 9:00PM @ Cervantes

Jan. 7: Ben Hammond – 9:00PM @ Brik on York

Jan. 12: Colorado Symphony Orchestra – 7:30PM @ Boettcher Concert Hall

Jan. 14: The Expendables with Hirie, Tribal Theory – 8:00PM @ Gothic Theatre

Jan. 15: Infected Mushroom with Dynohunter – 9:00PM @ Ogden Theatre

Jan. 21-22: Railroad Earth – 8:00PM @ Ogden Theatre

Jan. 25: Kings of Leon – 7:00PM @ 1st Bank Center 

Comedy Shows

Jan. 4-7: Joe Zimmerman – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Jan. 10-11: David Spade – Comedy Works (South)

Jan. 11-14: Dana Gould – 2590 Walnut St, Boulder

Jan. 17-18: Louis C.K. – Bellco Theatre

Jan. 19: Gad Elmaleh – Gothic Theater

Jan. 20-21: Bob Saget – 5345 Landmark Place

Jan. 26-28: Anjelah Johnson – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Jan. 28: Kathy Griffin – Paramount Theater


Nov. 25-Jan. 15: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast – 1468 Dayton St, Aurora

Oct. 15-Mar. 12: An Act of God – Garner Galleria Theatre & Bar

Jan. 1: Finding Neverland – Buell Theatre

Jan. 7- Jan. 29: Ignite Theatre Presents The Wiz – 9900 East Colfax, Aurora

Jan. 10-22: Fun Home – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Jan. 13, 13, 27, 18: Phone Home Starring Third Kind Improv – 2132 Market St

Jan. 13-Feb. 26: The Book of Will – DCPA

Jan. 27-Feb. 26: The Christians- DPAC

Museum Exhibits

July 10-Jan. 8: Performance on Paper – Denver Art Museum

Sept. 23-Jan. 8: Extreme Mammals – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Oct. 14-Jan. 15: Clyfford Still: The Works on Paper – Clyfford Still Museum

Oct. 14-Feb. 5: Mummies: New Secrets from the Tombs – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Oct. 2-Feb. 12: Glory of Venice: Masterworks of the Renaissance – Denver Art Museum

Mar. 4-May 7: Artistry and Craftsmanship: Ruskin Pottery, Enamels, and Buttons – Denver Art Museum

Apr. 26-Jun. 4: Abstract Expressionism – Denver Art Museum

Sept. 25-Oct. 1: From the Fire – Denver Art Museum

Hosting Tips Rules & Regulations

2017 Brings Changes for Airbnb Renters

With the new year comes new responsibilities for short-term rental owners in the Denver area. Owners are now required to hold a short-term rental license, obtainable from the City and County of Denver website, in order to rent out their properties for stays shorter than 30 days. Not all American cities require a short-term license—state officials make the call on a case-by-case basis. Part of the licensing process involves proving that a property is an owner’s primary residence and posting his or her Business License Number on the Airbnb listing. The fee for the STR license application is $25 and an owner can be fined up to $999 for advertising their property without a legitimate license.

Learn more about the new Denver STR License at