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Denver Concert Calendar—December

From cozy local venues like the Bluebird and the Fillmore to the larger crowds at the Pepsi Center and 1stBank Center, live music is everywhere you look in Denver. Check out the best concerts happening in December.

 

Dec. 1: OzunaBellco Theatre

Dec. 1: The Wood BrothersOgden Theatre

Dec. 2: MatisyahuThe Gothic Theatre

Dec. 2: Channel 93.3’s Not So Silent Night w/ Imagine Dragons – 1stBank Center

Dec. 2: Yonder Mountain String Band – Fillmore Auditorium

Dec. 3-4: Grizzly Bear – Ogden Theatre

Dec. 3-4: Whitney – The Bluebird Theater

Dec. 5: Kodak Black – Ogden Theatre

Dec. 8: Lupe Fiasco – The Gothic Theatre

Dec. 9: Lindsey Stirling – 1stBank Center

Dec. 9: Papa Roach – Fillmore Auditorium

Dec. 10: Atmosphere – Ogden Theatre

Dec. 10: Colorado Symphony & Yo-Yo MaBoettcher Concert Hall

Dec. 12: 21 Savage – Ogden Theatre

Dec. 12: Lady Gaga – Pepsi Center

Dec. 13: EvanescenceParamount Theatre

Dec. 14: 98.5 KYGO’s Christmas Jam w/ Chris Young ­– 1stBank Center

Dec. 15: Shwayze – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom

Dec. 15-16: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Ogden Theatre

Dec. 16: Bad Bunny – 1stBank Center

Dec. 18: LeAnn Rimes – Paramount Theatre

Dec. 23: 3OH!3 – The Gothic Theatre

Dec. 28: Jane’s Addiction – Ogden Theatre

Dec. 29-31: My Morning Jacket – 1stBank Center

Dec. 29-31: Umphrey’s McGee – Fillmore Auditorium

Dec. 30-31: Trevor Hall – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom

Dec. 30-31: Decadence Music Festival – Convention Center

Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve on the Rocks w/ MigosRed Rocks

Dec. 31: Railroad Earth – Paramount Theatre


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Denver Culture Calendar—December

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, Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of December.

Comedy

Dec. 1: Maria Bamford – Paramount Theatre

Dec. 3 & 18: The Gutcracker – Comedy Works (Downtown)*

Dec. 4 & 13: Holiday Roast – Comedy Works (Downtown)*

Dec. 6-9: Taylor Tomlinson – Comedy Works (South)

Dec. 10: Bill Murray & Jan Vogler – Bellco Theatre

Dec. 10-11: Jay & Silent Bob – Comedy Works (Downtown)*

Dec. 17: Gabriel Iglesias – Pepsi Center

Dec. 22: Mitch Fatel – Comedy Works (South)*

Dec. 28-31: Dan Cummins – Comedy Works (South)

Dec. 29-30: Josh Blue – Comedy Works (Downtown)

*Performances also at other locations on various dates.

Theater

Dec. 1-3: Chicago – Buell Theatre

Dec. 1-23: The Simba Claus: King of the Jingle – Bovine Metropolis Theater

Dec. 1-23: The Miracle Worker – John Hand Theater

Dec. 1-24: The Santaland Diaries – Jones Theatre

Dec. 1-24: A Christmas Carol – Stage Theatre

Dec. 1-24: The Nutcracker – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Dec. 7-23: Life or Death – The Bakery Arts Warehouse

Dec. 7-Jan. 7: Annie – Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Dec. 9: The Nutcracker Circus – Newman Center for the Performing Arts

Dec. 13-17: Elf the Musical – Buell Theatre

Dec. 19-31: Waitress – Buell Theatre

Museum Exhibits

Dec. 1-23: The Polar Express™ Train Ride – Colorado Railroad Museum

Dec. 1-31: Colorado Stories – History Colorado Center

Dec. 1-Jan. 5: Cosmic Journey: A Solar System Adventure – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Dec. 1-Jan. 14: Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism – Denver Art Museum

Dec. 1-Jan. 21: Still & Art – Clyfford Still Museum

Dec. 1-Feb. 25: Then, Now, Next: Evolution of an Architectural Icon – Denver Art Museum

Dec. 31: Noon Year’s Eve – Children’s Museum of Denver

Denver Culture Calendar—November

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, Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of November.

Comedy

Nov. 2-4: Nate Bargatze – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Nov. 2-4: Russell Peters – Comedy Works (South)

Nov. 8-11: Greg Proops – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Nov. 9-11: John Henson – Comedy Works (South)

Nov. 10: David Sedaris – Paramount Theatre

Nov. 11: Demetri Martin – Paramount Theatre

Nov. 11: John Mulaney – Buell Theatre

Nov. 16-18: Cameron Esposito – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Nov. 17: Joe Rogan – Bellco Theatre

Nov. 24-26: Tony Baker – Comedy Works (South)

Nov. 30-Dec. 2: Kyle Kinane – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Theater

Nov. 1-18: The Foreigner – Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities

Nov. 4-5: Breakin’ Convention – Buell Theatre

Nov. 4-12: La Bohème – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Nov. 5: Decades Rewind – Newman Center for the Performing Arts

Nov. 9-19: Love Letters – Lone Tree Arts Center

Nov. 10-Dec. 30: Seussical – Town Hall Arts Center

Nov. 14-19: Rent 20th Anniversary Tour – Buell Theatre

Nov. 17-Dec. 23: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor ® Dreamcoat – Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities

Nov. 24-Dec. 24: A Christmas Carol – Stage Theatre

Nov. 24-Dec. 24: The Santaland Diaries – Jones Theatre

Nov. 26-Dec. 24: The Nutcracker – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Nov. 28-Dec. 3: Chicago – Buell Theatre

Museum Exhibits

Nov. 1-19: From the Fire – Denver Art Museum

Nov. 1-Dec. 30: Collecting Fire Toys – Denver Firefighters Museum

Nov. 1-Jan. 21: Saber Acomodar: Art and Workshops of Jalisco 1915-Now – Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

Nov. 1-Jan. 30: El Alebrije: Una Historia en Común – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Nov. 1-Feb. 1: Incredible Predators 3D – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Nov. 1-Feb. 18: Revealing a Mexican Masterpiece – Denver Art Museum

Nov. 3-11: Nature Creations in Joy Park – Children’s Museum of Denver

Denver Concert Calendar—November

From cozy local venues like the Bluebird and the Fillmore to the larger crowds at the Pepsi Center and 1stBank Center, live music is everywhere you look in Denver. Check out the best concerts happening in November.

 

Nov. 3: A$AP Mob – 1stBank Center

Nov. 3-4: The Motet – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 4: Third Eye Blind – Fillmore Auditorium

Nov. 5: Jay Z – Pepsi Center

Nov. 7: 6LACK – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 8: Tyler, The Creator – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 10: Fall Out Boy – Pepsi Center

Nov. 10: Illenium – 1stBank Center

Nov. 10: Kid Cudi – Fillmore Auditorium

Nov. 11: LCD Soundsystem – 1stBank Center

Nov. 15: Cut Copy – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 17: Flobots – Larimer Lounge

Nov. 17: Lil Uzi Vert – 1stBank Center

Nov. 17: Super Diamond: The Neil Diamond Tribute – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 17-18: The Disco Biscuits – Fillmore Auditorium

Nov. 18: Liam Gallagher – The Gothic Theatre

Nov. 18: RL Grime – 1stBank Center

Nov. 18-19: The Devil Makes Three – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 19: Tori Amos – Paramount Theatre

Nov. 22: Gryffin – The Bluebird Theater

Nov. 24: Angus & Julia Stone – The Gothic Theatre

Nov. 24-25: San Holo – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 25: Jewel – Paramount Theatre

Nov. 26: Katy Perry – Pepsi Center

Nov. 28: Mogwai – Ogden Theatre

Nov. 30: Hilltop Hoods – Ogden Theatre

 

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Airbnb and Resy

Airbnb and Resy Simplify Dining Away from Home

With their new partnership, Airbnb and dining reservations app Resy make it easier than ever to get a taste of a new city.

“When you’re traveling,” says the video in the Airbnb blog post announcing the partnership, “all those unfamiliar options can make it hard to choose. That’s why Airbnb teamed up with Resy to handpick some of the best spots around, from local favorites to award winners.”

Now it’s possible to book a reservation at almost 650 restaurants in over 15 major U.S. cities, including Denver, San Francisco, Austin, Miami, and Washington, D.C. Through the Airbnb website or app, guests can choose the type of food they’re craving—from Indian cuisine to Japanese tapas and everything in between—and desired location. All of the restaurants on offer through Resy have been curated for their quality of food and service, so guests know they’re in for a good experience.

With Airbnb guests spending over $6.5 billion on dining in the last year (included in Airbnb’s restaurant report), it’s likely to be a lucrative partnership.

Looking toward the future, Airbnb plans to extend this service to international cities—and that’s not all. “We’re looking into allowing for even more dining options,” writes Airbnb in their blog post, “like exclusive tables for our users or social dining experiences where guests can share a meal and meet their fellow Airbnb travelers.”

Denver Concert Calendar, October

Denver Concert Calendar—October

Whether you’re soaking up the sun in the world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheater or visiting great local venues like the Bluebird and the Fillmore, live music is everywhere you look in Denver. Check out the best concerts happening in October.

 

Oct. 2: Kings of Leon – Red Rocks

Oct. 3: Incubus – Red Rocks

Oct. 3: SG LewisLarimer Lounge

Oct. 4: Matchbox TwentyPepsi Center

Oct. 5: The Shins – Red Rocks

Oct. 6: Milky Chance – Fillmore Auditorium

Oct. 7: Weezer & X Ambassadors – Red Rocks

Oct. 9: The xx – Red Rocks

Oct. 10: KrewellaOgden Theatre

Oct. 10: The ScriptParamount Theatre

Oct. 12: Alison Krauss & David Gray – Red Rocks

Oct. 13: Tech N9ne – Red Rocks

Oct. 13: Zach Heckendorf – The Bluebird Theater

Oct. 14: HansonSummit Music Hall

Oct. 14: Imagine Dragons – Pepsi Center

Oct. 14-15: The War on Drugs – Ogden Theatre

Oct. 16: Red Hot Chili Peppers – Pepsi Center

Oct. 16: The Strumbellas – Summit Music Hall

Oct. 17: Janet Jackson – Pepsi Center

Oct. 18: Radical Face – The Bluebird Theater

Oct. 19-20: Deadmau5 – Red Rocks

Oct. 21: Bob Dylan & His Band 1stBank Center

Oct. 25: Arcade Fire – Pepsi Center

Oct. 26: Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band – Pepsi Center

Oct. 27: Blind MelonCervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom

Oct. 29: Halsey – Pepsi Center

Oct. 30: Bruno Mars – Pepsi Center

 

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Denver Culture Calendar—October

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, Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of October.

 

Comedy

Oct. 1: Rob LoweEllie Caulkins Opera House

Oct. 5-7: The Sklar BrothersComedy Works (South)

Oct. 6: Carlos MenciaParamount Theatre

Oct. 7: Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood – Paramount Theatre

Oct. 11: Adam Cayton-Holland – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Oct. 19-21: Jon Lovitz – Comedy Works (South)

Oct. 20: Mike Birbiglia – Paramount Theatre

Oct. 20-22: Jay Pharoah – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Oct. 22: Nick Offerman – Paramount Theatre

Oct. 28: Jay Leno – Paramount Theatre

 

Theater

Oct. 1-14: AppropriateCurious Theatre Company

Oct. 1-22: Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of WomenGarner Galleria Theatre & Bar

Oct. 1-28: The Legend of Sleepy HollowMiners Alley Playhouse, Golden

Oct. 1-29: Macbeth – Space Theatre

Oct. 1-Nov. 11: Once: A New MusicalMidtown Arts Center, Fort Collins

Oct. 6-Nov. 5: A Delicate BalanceThe Edge Theater

Oct. 7: Purple Rain: The Music of PrinceBoettcher Concert Hall

Oct. 13-15: Mozart’s Requiem – Boettcher Concert Hall

Oct. 13-Nov. 19: Smart PeopleRicketson Theatre

Oct. 17-29: Something Rotten!Buell Theatre

Oct. 26-27: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas – Boettcher Concert Hall

Oct. 28: Halloween Spooktacular –  Boettcher Concert Hall

 

Museum Exhibits

Oct. 1-29: La Musidora – Denver Art Museum

Oct. 1-Nov. 12: Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013 – Denver Art Museum

Oct. 1-Jan. 21: Still & Art – Clyfford Still Museum

Oct. 1-May 19: Stampede: Animals in Art – Denver Art Museum

Oct. 3: Beers Made by Walking – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Oct. 6-Jan. 15: Ultimate Dinosaurs – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Oct. 6-Feb. 1: Conquest of the Skies 3D – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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Denver Culture Calendar—September

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, Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of September.

Comedy

Sep. 1-3: Noah GardenswartzComedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 1-3: Jon Dore – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 4: Doug Benson – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 5: Bob Meddles – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 6, 8-10: Monty Franklin – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 9: Howie MandelBellco Theater

Sep. 10: Comedy Hypnotist Rusty Z – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep 11-12: Jim Breuer – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 13: James Veitch – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 14-16: Tony Hinchcliffe – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 14-16: Bob Marley – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 16: Tom Segura – Bellco Theater

Sep. 17: Phil Palisoul – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 19: Phil Palisoul – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 20: Mitch Fatel – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 20: The Pump and Dump – Comedy Works (South)

Sep 21 – 23: Mike Finoia – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 24-25: Matt Holt – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 27: Adam Cayton-Holland – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 28-30: Nick Swardson – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Sep. 28: Brent Gill & Stephen Agyei – Comedy Works (South)

Sep. 29-30: Norm Macdonald – Comedy Works (South)

Theater

Aug. 17-Oct. 1: FrozenBuell Theatre @ DPAC

Sep. 1-Oct. 15: August: Osage CountyVintage Theatre

Sep. 9-Oct. 7: The Mystery of Love and SexThe John Hand Theater

Aug. 25-Sep. 17: Dinner – The Edge Theater Company

Jul. 7-Sep. 29: Fake Network NewsThe Bovine Metropolis Theater

Jul. 8-Sep. 30: Heirs of Hogwarts – The Bovine Metropolis Theater

Sep. 15-Oct. 29: MacbethSpace Theatre @ DPAC

Sep. 16-Sep. 17: Belleville – The John Hand Theater

Sep. 21-Oct. 22: Girls Only – The Secret Comedy of WomenGarner Galleria Theatre @ DPAC

Sep. 21-Nov. 18: The Snowy DayConservatory Theatre @ DPAC

Museum Exhibits

Nov. 13-Sept. 14: Destination Solar System – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Aug. 13-Nov. 12: Common Ground – Denver Art Museum

Apr. 1-Dec. 1: Tripod Photography at the Butterfly Pavilion – Butterfly Pavilion

Jun. 16-Jan. 1: Nature’s Amazing Machines – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Sep. 13: Saber Acomodar | Opening Celebration – Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

May 27-Sep. 10: The Western: An Epic In Art And Film – Denver Art Museum

 

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Denver Concert Calendar—September

Whether you’re soaking up the sun in the world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheater or visiting local venues like the Ogden and the Fillmore, live music is everywhere you look in Denver. Check out the best concerts happening in September.

Sep. 1: PhishDick’s Sporting Goods Park

Sep. 1-2: GRiZRed Rocks

Sep. 2: Dierks Bentley w/ Cole Swindell, Jon PardiFiddler’s Green

Sep. 3: Mad Decent Block Party featuring Major Lazer – Red Rocks

Sep. 4: Foreigner – Red Rocks

Sep. 5-6: Chris Tomlin and Friends – Red Rocks

Sep. 5: Lil YachtyOgden Theatre

Sep. 6: Foster The People – Ogden Theatre

Sep. 6: Mary J. BligeBellco Theatre

Sep. 7: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Red Rocks

Sep. 8-10: STS9 – Red Rocks

Sep. 8-9: OneRepublic with Fitz & The Tantrums, James Arthur – Fiddler’s Green

Sep. 12: Nickelback – Red Rocks

Sep. 12: Sammy Hagar and The Circle w/ Collective Soul, Andrew Hagar – Fiddler’s Green

Sep. 13: HAIM – Ogden Theatre

Sep. 14: Above & Beyond – Red Rocks

Sep. 15: Rebelution – Red Rocks

Sep. 15: Jason Aldean – Pepsi Center

Sep. 16: Lotus – Red Rocks

Sep. 18: Muse – Red Rocks

Sep. 19: Worship On The Rocks: Jesus Culture – Red Rocks

Sep. 19: Ben Folds – Ogden Theatre

Sep. 20: NEEDTOBREATHE – Red Rocks

Sep. 21: Get the Led Out “The American Led Zeppelin” – Red Rocks

Sep. 22: High Elevation Rock Festival w/ Five Finger Death Punch & more – Fiddler’s Green

Sep. 22: JJ Grey & Mofro – Red Rocks

Sep. 22: Josh Abbott BandLevitt Pavilion Denver

Sep. 23: Greensky Bluegrass – Red Rocks

Sep. 23: PoolsideBluebird Theater

Sep. 24: Galactic + Pepper – Red Rocks

Sep. 25: Glass Animals – Ogden Theatre

Sep. 25: Sturgill Simpson – Red Rocks

Sep. 26: Gorillaz – Red Rocks

Sep. 26: Adam AntParamount Theatre

Sep. 27: Fleet Foxes, Beach House – Red Rocks

Sep. 29-30: Big Gigantic – Red Rocks

Sep. 29: The Weeknd – Pepsi Center

Sep. 30: Florida Georgia Line – Pepsi Center

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Denver Concert Calendar—August 2017

Whether you’re soaking up the sun in the world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheater or visiting local venues like the Bluebird and the Fillmore, live music is everywhere you look in Denver. Check out the best concerts happening in August.

 

Aug. 1: Darius Rucker – Red Rocks

Aug. 1: Tim McGraw & Faith Hill – Red Rocks

Aug. 2: Guns N’ RosesSports Authority Field

Aug. 2-3: The Head & The Heart – Red Rocks

Aug. 5: Citizen CopeElitch Gardens Theme & Water Park

Aug. 5: Thievery Corporation – Red Rocks

Aug. 7: Randy NewmanDenver Botanic Gardens

Aug. 7: Alt-J – Red Rocks

Aug. 8-9: Miranda Lambert – Red Rocks

Aug. 9: Green DayFiddler’s Green

Aug. 10: A Tribe Called Quest – Red Rocks

Aug. 10: José González with Darlingside – Denver Botanic Gardens

Aug. 10: Sylvan EssoOgden Theatre

Aug. 11: Pretty Lights – Red Rocks

Aug. 13: Los Lobos & Los Lonely Boys Hudson Gardens

Aug. 15: Young the Giant – Red Rocks

Aug. 18: An Evening with Idina Menzel – Fiddler’s Green

Aug. 18: City and ColourParamount Theatre

Aug. 18: Slightly Stoopid – Red Rocks

Aug. 19: Gov’t Mule & Yonder Mountain String Band – Red Rocks

Aug. 19: Smash MouthDiscovery Park, Parker

Aug. 20: Die Antwoord – Red Rocks

Aug. 21: Khalid – Ogden Theatre

Aug. 23: 2 Chainz – Ogden Theatre

Aug. 25-27: The Lumineers – Fiddler’s Green

Aug. 27: Emancipator Ensemble & The Opiuo Band with RJD2 – Red Rocks

Aug. 28: Linkin ParkPepsi Center

Aug. 29: Lionel Richie with Mariah Carey – Pepsi Center