It’s hardly too early to be thinking about your plans for New Year’s Eve. So here are five options, depending on your genre of choice.
Flaming Lips comes back to Colorado for a three-night stint over New Year’s Eve.
When Jay-Z’s “The Black Album” was released exactly 10 years ago, fans knew something special had happened.
From late starts to R-rated moves, here’s what to expect at Rihanna’s appearance at Denver’s Pepsi Center on Nov. 9.
On Nov. 8 Judy Collins joins John Denver, Harry Tuft and Barry Fey in the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.
Dave Matthews, the Fray, Big Head Todd and the Mosters, Members of the Lumineers, Devotchka, Nathaniel Rateliff and more will team up for a Colorado flood relief concert at 1stBank Center.
Junip’s haunting blend of indie-folk and soft-rock brought goosebumps and a few early-set lulls to the Summit Music Hall in Denver on Monday.
Murder by Death will bring its sinister rock to the haunted Stanley Hotel Concert Hall in Estes Park for two nights in January.
Monofog, Red Cloud, Machine Gun Blues and more Denver bands will reunite for the Hi-Dive’s One and Ten Year Anniversary in November.
Continuing its dramatic rise in popularity, Imagine Dragons has announced an arena tour that includes a stop at Denver’s Pepsi Center.