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The Mile High’s Do303 launch party

New company curates top events Summit Music Hall hosted a night brimming with free food, live music, and some of the best businesses Denver and Boulder have to offer. Tables lined the walls of the music hall with people proudly representing their restaurants, boutiques, cannabis

Scalper bots are ruining the industry

Concert-goers need to take back the power There’s a dark power that has been unrestricted for many years, thriving on innocent concert attendees’ wallets. Its grip has wrung wallets dry, and now it has become too strong to be stopped. Venues like the Ogden, the

Grace VanderWaal holds nothing back

Young singer gives refined performance Grace VanderWaal, winner of the 11th season of America’s Got Talent, took the stage at the Bluebird Theater on Feb. 16. The audience, a mix of pre-teen children as well as adults, waited eagerly as the minutes ticked past seven

Australian psych-rock group sells out in Denver

OGDEN THEATRE HOSTS EXPERIMENTAL GROUP Australian psych-rock group King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard brought their trippy experimental psych sounds to the Ogden Theatre on Oct. 4. Their sci-fi influence was quite the guiding force as their hypnotic tunes turned the Ogden into an hour-long

CAM throws benefit concert for MusiCares

BANDS RAISE MONEY FOR HURRICANE RELIEF On Sep. 27 at Denver’s Moon Room, Rocky Mountain Music Relief and CU Denver College of Arts and Media put together a benefit show to raise money for the charity MusiCares. Four bands, Demi Demitro (of the Velveteers), Professor

Knock-out lineup at Globe Hall

MUSIC GETS AUDIENCE MOVING On Sep. 6th, Red Bull Sound Select put on a show at the unpretentious locale Globe Hall, a relatively small but laidback venue. Despite the show being on a Wednesday night, over 160 people in their 20s and 30s showed up

Wake The Dead at the Milk Bar

On Sept. 15, there was a refreshing breeze in the night air, a welcome change from the 80-degree heat Colorado has been experiencing and Broadway became wet from the unforeseen rain storm, gleaming like obsidian. It was as good a night as any to attend