Wells Fargo Theatre

Katt Williams concert ends with heckling meltdown at Wells Fargo Theatre (news)

UPDATED: With comments from one attendee who had a bird's-eye view. According to promoter Live nation, tonight's (Friday, Nov. 2) show is going on "as planned." Thursday night's highly-anticipated Katt Williams concert came to a grinding halt last night after the controversial comedian jumped off stage at the Wells Fargo Theatre into the heckling audience and Denver Police joined his bodyguards to prevent a shoving match from turning into a brawl.

Louis C.K. to play the Wells Fargo Theatre in December

Louis C.K. will throw Denver some love on his just-announced national tour by playing the Wells Fargo Theatre on Dec. 15. C.K. is arguably the hottest comedian of the last couple years, between his critically acclaimed breakout hit "Louie" on FX and his experiments with digitally self-releasing and selling his latest live specials and albums exclusively via his website for $5.

Live review: Sting @ Wells Fargo Theatre

At 60 years old, English rocker Sting puts most acts in their '20s to shame by delivering mature, complex songs with great energy. Sting, whose solo career has nearly tripled the length of his seven years with the Police (nine if you include reunion tours) brought his "Back to Bass" tour to the Wells Fargo Theatre on Sunday night with 21 songs and three encores in a performance that lasted more than two hours.

Why So Serious, Heather McDonald?

For this installment of "Why So Serious," we talked to L.A. stand-up and writer Heather McDonald, a pal of E! TV star Chelsea Handler and a regular on Handler's raunchy late-night talk show, "Chelsea Lately." Much like other "Lately" regulars, McDonald mines a raw vein of relationship comedy that never strays far from a certain conversational relatability.

News: Chelsea Handler returns to Denver in a big way

Chelsea Handler, the salty, vodka-loving host of E!'s "Chelsea Lately," is returning triumphantly to Colorado. After several years of working her way up from clubs and smaller theaters, the comedian will join the ranks of mega-stand-ups George Lopez and Larry the Cable guy in playing the cavernous Wells Fargo Theatre at the Colorado Convention Center.