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

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


Denver Happy Hours

Do as the locals do by visiting one (or a handful) of these gems for awesome discounts on eats and drinks!

Larimer Lounge

Location: 2721 Larimer St

Neighborhood: Downtown

Don’t miss it: Monday – Friday: 4 – 8PM

Why we’re happy: $2.50 PBRs and wells, and happy hour bingo starting at 6PM on Thursdays.

Old Major

Location: 3316 Tejon St

Neighborhood: Highlands

Don’t miss it: Wednesday – Friday: 3 – 6PM; Saturday & Sunday: 4 – 6PM

Why we’re happy: Oysters of the day for $2.75 a pop, $4 draft beers, and a solid range of $6 and $7 cocktails.

Angelo’s Taverna

Location: 620 E 6th Ave

Neighborhood: Cheesman Park

Don’t miss it: Daily: 3 – 6PM, 9PM – close

Why we’re happy: $1 oysters on the half shell, $2 grilled oysters, $1 off draft beers, and $3 wells.

Beatrice & Woodsley

Location: 38 S Broadway

Neighborhood: South Broadwaywatch full Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait 2017 film

Don’t miss it: Monday – Friday: 5 – 6:30PM

Why we’re happy: A full menu of cocktails and small plates for $4 – $6—don’t miss the house-infused Violet, You’re Turning Violet or the Country Pork Terrine.


Location: 909 17th St (in the Hotel Monaco)

Neighborhood: Downtown

Don’t miss it: Daily: 2:30 – 6PM

Why we’re happy: All draft beer for $4 and delicious specialty cocktails for $5 and $6.

Root Down

Location: 1600 W 33rd Ave

Neighborhood: Highlands

Don’t miss it: Monday – Friday: 4 – 6:30PM

Why we’re happy: $4 draft beers, $6 wines, and $4 – $5 treats like the BBQ Brisket Tacos and Colorado Lamb Slider.

La Cour

Location: 1643 S Broadway

Neighborhood: South Broadwaywatch full Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait 2017 film

Don’t miss it: Daily: 4 – 7PM

Why we’re happy: 30% all French wine by the bottle and the $7 cocktail of the week.

The Fainting Goat

Location: 846 Broadway

Neighborhood: South Broadwaywatch full Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait 2017 film

Don’t miss it: Monday – Friday: 3 – 7PM, 10PM – Midnight; Saturday: 11AM – 5PM, 10PM – Midnight; Sunday: 7PM – Midnight

Why we’re happy: $3 wells, $4 house wines, and on the weekends, $2 mimosas until 2PM.


5 of the Best 5-Star Restaurants in Denver

Your trip to Denver wouldn’t be complete without sampling some of the local flavors. Whatever you’re craving, you’ll be sure to find it here. Scroll down to get a taste of a few of our favorite spots.

Fruition Restaurant

Location: 1313 E 6th Ave

Neighborhood: Cheesman Park

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 5 – 10PM; Sunday: 5 – 9PM

Why you’ll love it: With its cozy environment and excellent service, you’ll feel like part of the family at Chef Alex Seidel’s restaurant featuring “elevated comfort food.” Sustainably fueled by Fruition Farms, you can feel good about where your food is coming from at this farm-to-table gem located in the lively dining scene of 6th Ave.

Mizuna Denver

Location: 225 E 7th Ave

Neighborhood: Capitol Hill

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 5 – 10PM

Why you’ll love it: Mizuna encourages its chefs to stretch the boundaries and expand their culinary limits—demonstrated by their eclectic menu offering delicacies like Seared Spanish Octupus and Dry-Aged Magret Duck Breast. The seasonal menu is always changing under Chef Frank Bonanno’s roof, making for a different experience every time you visit this modern French eatery.


Location: 1431 Larimer St

Neighborhood: Downtown

Hours: Monday – Tuesday: 4 – 10PM; Wednesday – Thursday: 11:30AM– 2:30PM, 4 – 10PM; Friday: 11:30AM – 2:30PM, 4 – 11PM; Saturday: 10AM – 2:30PM, 4 – 11PM; Sunday: 10AM – 2:30PM, 4 – 10PM

Why you’ll love it: The perfect spot to grab a bit before a show at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Rioja offers a unique fusion between Mediterranean and local flavors. Chef Jennifer Jasinki won the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Southwest in 2013 and was a semifinalist for Outstanding Chef 2016. It will be easy to see why when you indulge in mouth-watering dishes such as the Pan Seared Black Bass and Lobster-Red Jewel Yam Bisque.

The Capital Grille

Location: 1450 Larimer St

Neighborhood: Downtown

Hours: Monday – Thursday: 11AM – 10PM; Friday: 11AM – 11 PM; Saturday: 3 – 11PM; Sunday, 4 – 9PM

Why you’ll love it: A sophisticated atmosphere, wonderful service, and arguably the best steak in Denver—what’s not to love? We recommend making a reservation well in advance for this busy steakhouse in the heart of downtown. After dinner, hit some of the bars on Larimer like Roosevelt or Larimer Lounge.


Location: 2030 W 30th Ave

Neighborhood: Highlands

Hours: Monday – Thursday, Sunday: 5:30 – 10PM; Saturday & Sunday: 5:30 – 11PM

Why you’ll love it: A mortuary turned hip American restaurant in the heart of the Highlands, this awesome spot boasts eclectic décor and a rooftop lounge overlooking the city. Be sure to check out the happy hour Monday – Friday from 4 – 6:30PM for delicious $5 cocktails and food like the 5 Spice Old Fashioned and the Mongolian BBQ Duck Bun.


Amazing FREE things to do in Denver!

You don’t have to break the bank to have a great time in Denver. Throughout the city, there are countless attractions and activities that will cost you absolutely nothing, including museums, festivals and tours. 


Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood brims with more than 30 innovative art galleries and artists’ studios showcasing the innovative wares of nationally renowned talent and regional up-and-comers. First Friday Art Walk, a shuttled gallery tour that takes place the first Friday of each month, is a terrific way to tour art marts like Walker Fine Art (300 W. 11th St.). The Golden Triangle art galleries are bordered by Speer Boulevard, Colfax Avenue and Lincoln Street. Shuttle tours begin at the Osage Street Light Rail Station.


200 E. Colfax Ave. 
The Colorado State Capitol, modeled after the Capitol Building in Washington D.C., is a stunning spectacle embellished with stained glass depicting events and people inherent to Colorado, coupled with gorgeous Colorado white granite, rose onyx and yule marble. To see if you’ve got what it takes to adjust to the altitude, climb the 99-step spiral staircase to an open-air deck affording jaw-dropping views of the city skyline and Rocky Mountains. The Corinthian-styled building, famed for its gold-plated dome rising 272 feet above the ground, offers temporary exhibits, visitor galleries, and complimentary tours by reservation. Note: The Capitol Dome will be undergoing major structural renovations for 2-3 years and not offering tours during that time-frame.


2526 E. Colfax Ave. 
No visit to Denver would be complete without a journey through the Tattered Cover Book Store, one of the top independent booksellers in the country. This astounding literary marvel boasts several metro Denver locations, but the store in the renovated Lowenstein Theater on a burgeoning stretch of East Colfax is the talk of the town. Grab a latte from the in-house java joint, plop down in one of the overstuffed chairs or sofas to wrap your hands around the latest best seller, or attend a free book signing or author lecture from big-names like John Gray, Al Gore, Annie Leibovitz and Garrison Keillor. Tattered Cover’s newest location is at Denver Union Station.