Joe Walsh, Gary Clark Jr. top Telluride Blues & Brews 2016 (photos)
Telluride's 23rd annual Blues & Brews festival took hold of the scenic mountain town this past weekend, bringing together some of Colorado's headiest beers and roots-Americana's silkiest songwriters for one epic weekend.
High Elevation Rock Festival grips Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater (photos)
Thousands of hard rock and metal fans happily gathered on Saturday at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater to take in the first-ever High Elevation Rock Festival. The festival featured two stages and well over 11 hours of music fans could enjoy on a sunny early fall Colorado day.
PHOTOS: DAYBREAKER sunrise workout, dance party kick off 2016 NFL season in Denver
Wake up and dance. The words that greeted the hundreds of people who decided to venture to Sports Authority Field at Mile High before the sun even came up Wednesday, Sept.
Behold: Our photos of 5 Second of Summer at the Pepsi Center
Australian pop rockers and teenage heartthrobs 5 Seconds of Summer brought their Sounds Live Feels Live World Tour to the Pepsi Center Wednesday night. The show marked the quintets first headline show in Denver and only their second performance in the Mile High City.
Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin at Red Rocks (photos)
Disturbed made a triumphant, fiery return to Colorado last night with a sold-out, co-headline set at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Last night's set marked the nu-metal band's first Denver area show in over five years, following a hiatus by the band that started in 2010 and was lifted last year with the release of their 6th studio album, "Immortalized." Breaking Benjamin co-headlined the bill with Alterbridge and Saint Asonia offering support.
All your favorite bands played Outside Lands, and we have the photos to prove it
Since its inception in 2008, San Francisco's Outside Lands has essentially become a more convenient and streamlined Bonnaroo. Where that grandaddy of festivals crams what seems like 100 bands of every genre into a field in Manchester, Tennessee, Outside Lands feels like a more tailored affair.
Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy at Fiddler’s Green (photos)
Blues-rock guitar legends Buddy Guy and Jeff Beck lit up Fiddler's Green Amphitheater on Sunday night. The double bill of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will hit the Hollywood Bowl on Wednesday.
Slipknot, Marilyn Manson reign over Pepsi Center
Screaming riffs, theatrics and all-around chaos were in ample supply at the Pepsi Center when Slipknot and Marilyn Manson made a stop in Denver on Sunday evening.
Faces: Vertex’s best totems, wigs and glitter paint
The first annual Vertex festival descended on Colorado's humble mountain town of Buena Vista this weekend, and left about a ton of glitter in its wake.
Rateliff, Radiohead and Dwayne Wade: Scenes from Lollapalooza 2016
This year marked the 25th anniversary of Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell starting Lollapalooza. When he began the touring alt-rock festival in 1991, he never could have foreseen the rise of EDM and subsequently, the hordes of barely clothed teenagers who would one day take over Chicago’s Grant Park.
Warped Tour 21 comes to Denver (photos)
The Vans Warped Tour brought its 21st variation of the traveling alternative music festival to the hallowed grounds of the parking lot at the Pepsi Center on Sunday.
String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks, night two (photos)
String Cheese Incident returned to Red Rocks for the second night of their three-night stand on Saturday. The improv bluegrass-rock band featured saxophone player and Brainfeeder label artist Kamasi Washington as the opener.
Photos: Darius Rucker at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater
Darius Rucker along with guests Dan + Shay and Michael Ray played to a nearly sold-out crowd at Fiddlers Green Amphitheater on Thursday night. True to its name, Darius Rucker’s Good For a Good Time tour had guests on their feet and dancing from the get go.
Photos: Dashboard Confessional, Saosin and at Red Rocks’ Taste of Chaos
After a six-year hiatus, the Rockstar Energy Drink Taste of Chaos tour made a triumphant return to Colorado Wednesday night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The tour, long since slimmed down from its heyday as a traveling one day festival, featured scene throwbacks Dashboard Confessional, Taking Back Sunday, Saosin with Anthony Green and The Early November.
Faces: Governors Ball 2016
Here at Reverb, we have a saying: Concerts aren't full of intimidatingly cool strangers -- just impossibly hip friends you haven't met yet. Crippling social anxiety be damned, we wanted to prove it.
Riots, rain and rock: Scenes from Governors Ball 2016
From stellar sets to torrential rain, New York's Governors Ball had it all. The festival got off to a great start Friday, with good vibes, clear skies and The Strokes headlining.
Barenaked Ladies at Red Rocks (photos)
On Sunday, nineties rockers Barenaked Ladies played Red Rocks. Howard Jones and OMD opened the show. The performance came two weeks after the band's latest album, "BNL Rocks Red Rocks," which was recorded at their 2015 show at the venue.
Mudcrutch at the Ogden Theatre (photos)
Tom Petty's Mudcrutch performed at the Ogden Theatre on May 26 in support of their just-released new album, "Mudcrutch 2." Check out our photos of the evening below.
Lamb of God reign mayhem at Red Rocks (photos)
It was a night of heavy riffs and flying hair at Red Rocks Tuesday when metal veterans, Lamb of God, took over the stage with the always energetic Randy Blythe at the helm.
Nekrogoblikon at the Marquis Theater
Goblin-metal pioneers Nekrogoblikon brought their unique brand of fantasy metal to the Marquis Theater on Wednesday night. The band is currently touring behind their 2015 release Heavy Meta.
Behemoth at the Gothic Theatre (photos)
Polish death metal band Behemoth played Englewood's Gothic Theatre on Tuesday night, bringing their dark 2014 opus "The Satantist" to bear. Check out our photos of the show below.
The 1975 and Wolf Alice at Red Rocks (photos, 360° panorama)
English rockers the 1975 headlined Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Monday. London's Wolf Alice and 19-year-old alternative rock artist the Japanese House performed in support. Check out our photos of the evening below, including Reverb's first 360° panorama of Red Rocks.