Venue Voices — Levitt Pavilion Brings Communities Together Through Music
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by Regan Bervar
2d ago
There’s a hint of magic in the air when you experience an outdoor concert, and Levitt Pavilion Denver is no exception. With its natural grassy amphitheater and state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment, Levitt Pavilion creates a dynamic and oh-so-beautiful environment for everyone.  Located in the expansive Ruby Hill Park in South Denver, Levitt Pavilion is known for its free shows that the venue puts on every year. Levitt Pavilion Denver is part of a national network of venues, all with a shared mission to build community through music, with their core programming requiring a minimum ..read more
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Review — Goose Turns Fiddler’s Green Gold
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by Thomas Rutherford
5d ago
This past Saturday, Goose came to Fiddler’s Green for the second show of a two-night run. It was the kind of show you hold on to, allowing you to see the world through new hues, greens and golds dancing around each other and reminding you that there are moments when life feels right, even when it’s not. It was the kind of show where you wrap your arms around your friends and hold on, love shining golden in the air like the sun setting behind the mountains. The show was incredibly jam-heavy that saw the band going deeper than maybe they ever had before and absolutely ripping the stage apart. RE ..read more
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This Week in Concerts — Umphrey’ McGee, Megan Thee Stallion, Motion City Soundtrack and more
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by Adam Darby
6d ago
It’s a real hot one in Denver this week, and thankfully we’ve got all sorts of shows to match that heat! Here’s the highlights: Jam-band shredders Umphrey’s McGee are returning for their annual Red Rocks show on 6/15, and they’ve gathered some truly unbelievable openings acts in Cory Wong as well as Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country. UM’s Red Rocks shows are always a special time, so if you’ve not yet started your Red Rocks season this is a great way to get it going! Hip-hop icon Megan Thee Stallion is bringing all the heat on her Hot Girl Summer Tour, touching down at the Ball Arena on 6/17. She ..read more
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This Week In Concerts — Regenerate Festival, Goose, Stylie, Hazel Miller and More
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by Adam Darby
1w ago
It’s a gorgeous summer week here in Denver and we’ve got an amazing array of shows on deck. Regenerate Festival returns to Civic Center Park on 6/7 and 6/8. Featuring a legendary lineup of artists like John Summit, Gorgon City, Ben Bohmer, and Eric Prydz spread throughout Denver’s beautiful city center, this is a can’t-miss event and a guaranteed party from start to finish. Jam band torch-bearers Goose are bringing a two-night stand to Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre on 6/7 and 6/8. Known for bringing wild improvisation and amazing jams with an eclectic blend of their own tunes and some choice co ..read more
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Review — James Taylor Faces the Test of Time With a Smile at Red Rocks
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by Emma Jerry
2w ago
Not all music stands the test of time, but that of James Taylor has aged like a fine wine. This was proven by a video montage of the iconic singer-songwriter performing “Something in the Way She Moves” over the years that opened up his show at Red Rocks on June 2nd. It was the first of two sold-out shows at Red Rocks this week and the singer’s ability to still sell out such an iconic venue only adds to this obvious notion of timelessness. After his 10-piece band gracefully took their respective spots onstage, the quintessentially 1960s-into-1970s musician made his entrance onto the stage right ..read more
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Review — Two Door Cinema Club Grooves Out at Mission Ballroom
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by Andrew Venegas
2w ago
Mission Ballroom rode a wave of indie dance grooves on Saturday as Two Door Cinema Club took the stage with Day Wave as their opening act. The night was a blend of the nostalgic and the fresh as they moved through songs both old and new, making for a concert experience steeped in memory. READ: Review — Blondeshell and Tiny Tomboy Remind Larimer Lounge of the Power of Music Day Wave kicked off the evening, setting a mellow but engaging tone. Their set included their hit “Drag” and a cover of Interpol’s “PDA,” which captivated the early crowd and set the stage for what the rest of the night wou ..read more
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Q&A — Outside Inc.’s Vice President of Marketing, Chris “CJ” Jerard, Talks Upcoming The Outside Festival
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by Thomas Rutherford
3w ago
The inaugural Outside Festival is right around the corner with the first festivities kicking off on May 31st and running through July 2nd. Taking place at Civic Center Park and branching out to theaters in the surrounding area, The Outside Festival is one Denver hasn’t really seen the likes of. It’s not just another music festival but a celebration of the outdoors as a whole, the beauty of nature and people internalize that beauty within themselves. The line up boasts some of the biggest names in music including Thundercat, Fleet Foxes and Lettuce as well as some incredible Denver locals such ..read more
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Review — Billy Strings Turns Fiddler’s Green Into Hallowed Ground
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by Thomas Rutherford
3w ago
Billy Strings kicked off an incredible two-night run at Fiddler’s Green on Friday. It was one of those shows that just felt right, like the universe perfectly aligned as the sweet early summer breeze blew gently through the night and 17,000 bluegrass fans gave it their absolute all. Billy himself came to play, moving through two sets featuring fan-favorite hits and bluegrass traditionals. It was the kind of concert that shatters your soul, the pieces now half-buried where they fell for you to find again if you feel you need them. But you won’t because now you have room for something new, somet ..read more
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This Week In Concerts — Joey Porter’s Shady Business, Two Door Cinema Club, Subtronics and More!
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by Adam Darby
1M ago
We’ve got a beautiful week ahead of us here in Denver, and it’s the perfect set-up for a long holiday weekend full of shows! Killer keys player Joey Porter is bringing his Shady Business to Cervantes’ Other Side on 5/24 with the DJ Williams Band on the bill to start the party properly. Normally holding down the ivories for phenomenal funk band The Motet, Joey Porter’s Shady Business will be bringing an all-new groove to Cervantes and it’s guaranteed to be a party. Indie darlings Two Door Cinema Club are coming to the Mission Ballroom on 5/25 in support of their most recent album Keep On Smilin ..read more
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Q&A —  From Practice to Performance: RocketSpace Hourly Rehearsal Studios Unlocks Creativity
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by James Lane
1M ago
Based in the heart of RiNo, RocketSpace Hourly Rehearsal Studio fills a crucial gap in Denver’s music scene by offering hourly rental studios equipped for all types of artists and genres. As the area around it has evolved over the years, the studio has always maintained a welcoming vibe, with dedicated staff managed by General Manager Cassandra Ivey. Serving local musicians and nationally touring artists alike, the studio hosts a diverse community with over 100 active members. A place truly beloved by musicians, Rocketspace dedicates itself to supporting artists by promoting collaboration, sup ..read more
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