Taking Back Sunday at Summit Music Hall in Denver (photos)

Taking Back Sunday stopped in Denver for the third time in less than a year on Wednesday night. The band has been touring relentlessly in support of its latest album, "Happiness Is." Having played the Ogden Theatre with the Used in April and Riot Fest Denver in September, Taking Back Sunday finally got its own headlining slot at the Summit Music Hall in Denver.

Suicidal Tendencies at Summit Music Hall in Denver (photos, review)

Mike Muir, also known as Cyko Miko and the frontman (and only remaining original member) of Suicidal Tendencies, holds his age well. He’s a little heavier and a lot balder than he was in the influential crossover thrash-metal/hardcore punk band’s heyday, and he wears his signature blue bandana a little higher on his forehead nowadays.

PHOTOS: The Breeders Summit Music Hall show (review)

“Make up your own words to this song, and if they’re any good, please send them to us,” the Breeders frontwoman Kim Deal told the Summit Music Hall on Friday before launching into a new track that had her humming in place of the lyrics.

The Wonder Years at Summit Music Hall, 3-28-14 (photos)

Pennsylvania pop punk band the Wonder Years (no association with late '80s TV drama) performed at the Summit Music Hall on Friday. The band is currently touring behind their latest album, "The Greatest Generation." Fireworks, Real Friends, Citizen and Modern Baseball opened the show.