Be part of an intimate concert experience at the Bellco Theatre. The entertainment venue can accommodate up to 5,000 guests and has been visited by some big ticket performers like Elton John, Janet Jackson, Drake, Steely Dan, Alicia Keys, Neil Young, and comedians Jeff Dunham, Daniel Tosh, and Chris Rock.
While exploring downtown Denver, be sure to catch a performance at the Bluebird Theater. Since 1994, the entertainment venue has welcomed acts like Oasis, Black Label Society, Modest Mouse, Less Than Jake, Fuel, MXPX, Queens of the Stone Age, Chevelle, Poison, Everclear and many others.
Laugh it up at the Bovine Metropolis Theater, where improv actors will leave you in stitches. The unscripted comedy entertainment takes place on stage five nights a week. If you think you have what it takes to steal the show, the theater offers the Bovine School of Improv where you can hone your improv acting skills.
Watch the actors or be the actor at the Bug Theatre. The theater offers workshops on film production, screen writing, and acting. Two successful endeavors of the entertainment company include the Emerging Filmmakers Project and Freak Train, the production where you can let your freak flag fly.
Make an appearance at a performance by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. The sweet strains of the instruments will fill the air and showcase timeless music from composers like Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky.
Catch the MLB Colorado Rockies in action at their house at Coors Field. The ballpark has been called one of the most exciting parks in baseball history, with one of the best offensive advantages in the league, and a backdrop of the Rocky Mountains to complete the field's appeal.
If you're interested to know what the Curious Theatre Company is all about, don't let it remain a mystery for too much longer. While many theaters produce classics of the past, the Curious Theatre Company presents new works of American theater like The Dead Guy and Proof.
Explore over 68,000 pieces of art from around the globe at the Denver Art Museum. Art attractions on display include architecture, design and graphics, modern and contemporary art, painting and sculpture, photography, native arts, textile arts, and more. The museum features works by artists like Claude Monet, Andy Warhol and David Hockney.
See some of the best of Broadway, and a few other gems, at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Stories like 9 to 5, Les Miserables, Billy Elliot, To Kill A Mockingbird, West Side Story, and The Taming of the Shrew have all been brought to life on the entertainment venue's stage.
Check out a concert or family show at the Denver Coliseum. The 10,200-seat venue hosts events like roller derby, graduations, important high school sporting events, concerts, circuses, ice skating shows, truck and auto shows and much more.
What do Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The Who and The Grateful Dead all have in common, other than being rock 'n' roll legends? They all performed at Denver's Fillmore Auditorium. Catch the next big thing rocking the stage at the largest general admission music venue in the city - they could be the next music legend.
Boot scoot and boogie at the Grizzly Rose. Cut a rug on the 2,500-square-foot dance floor to country music favorites by Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and many others. The Grizzly Rose was voted "Country Club of the Year", so fans of the wild west, be sure to stop in for a cold drink or a hot spin on the dance foor.
Catch live entertainment at the "Best All Ages Venue", the Marquis Theater. The theater has presented concerts by some well-known performers like Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, The Donnas, Metro Station, The Pack, Trapt, Drowning Pool, and many others. If you're looking for a rock show, the Marquis has got one booked for you.
Attend the next performance at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts. The entertainment venue hosts performing arts events from dance companies, musicians, Broadway touring companies, orchestras and more.
See your favorite band perform at the Ogden Theatre. The theater has been in business since 1918, hosting vaudeville performers like Harry Houdini in its storied past and later becoming a movie theater. The Ogden became a music venue in 1993 and never looked back - the local favorite has hosted performances by Weezer, Blue Oyster Cult, Deftones, Sublime, Korn, and No Doubt, among others.
Let the voices of Opera Colorado tell you stories like Cinderella, The Marriage of Figaro, Otello, and Romeo and Juliet, in the way that only the art of opera can convey. Opera Colorado and its high quality performances are one of the driving forces of the city's arts and entertainment scene.
For events like concerts, ballet performances, comedy shows and lectures, Paramount Theatre has the ticket for you. The entertainment venue is the perfect place to see an event in an intimate setting, that boasts Art Deco elegance and charm. Notable performers include Buddy Guy, Gordon Lightfoot, Bruce Springsteen, and Dave Matthews Band.
Cheer on the Denver Nuggets, root for the Colorado Avalanche, or scream for your favorite performer at the Pepsi Center. The multi-purpose entertainment venue hosts sporting events, concerts, circuses and other national touring productions. Keep your eye on the Pepsi Center calendar, you never know who will be performing next.
You haven't experienced live music until you've seen a show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The entertainment venue has been praised by audiences and performers for its natural beauty and acoustics. The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Aerosmith are just a few of the artists who have graced the stage at Red Rocks.
Touchdown! Watch the Denver Broncos score over the competition at their home stadium, Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The horse shoe shape of the arena offers a comfortable setting and a view of the game you won't find anywhere else.