15 Colorado Shows You Need to See in May

15 Colorado Shows You Need to See in May

The great thing about concert season in Colorado is that there is no shortage of diverse musical acts playing on any given night. No matter your speed or taste in music, you’re bound to find something that you enjoy, whether it’s a folk show at the intimate Lost Lake Lounge, a sold-out mainstream act at the renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre, or a full-fledged party at The Marquis Theater. With countless venues scattered all over the state, from big to small, DIY to the Pepsi Center, there’s a little bit of something for everybody.

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5 Warped Tour Newcomers You Need to Know Before This Summer

5 Warped Tour Newcomers You Need to Know Before This Summer

The Vans Warped Tour is shaking things up more than ever this year, with a significantly heavier lineup and plenty of throwback artists from years past, such as CKY, Hatebreed, Bowling For Soup, Sick Of It All and more performing this summer. With an incredibly diverse lineup, it's no surprise that there are some hidden gems performing at the smaller stages of this year's tour, as well. These five artists are sure to turn heads and break out on this summer's Warped Tour, but thankfully, you've still got some time to acquaint yourself with them!

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11 Denver Shows You Need to See in April

11 Denver Shows You Need to See in April

Following a packed March, concert season is finally in full swing this April with countless incredible artists coming through Colorado. If you're anything like us, you might be having a hard time narrowing down the shows you want to catch this month, so we're here to deliver eleven must-see performances in Colorado this April. From Bon Iver's first show in Colorado in five years and Thursday's triumphant comeback tour to smaller local benefits at The Marquis and intimate shows at Larimer Lounge, there is no shortage of diverse music in Denver.  

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Show Review: A Love Letter to Enter Shikari & "Take to the Skies"

Show Review: A Love Letter to Enter Shikari & "Take to the Skies"

Earlier this week, I read an article which insinuated that although massive overseas, Enter Shikari are still struggling to find an audience in the states. But even before their headlining show in celebration of the 10th anniversary of their landmark album, Take to the Skies took place in Denver, I knew this wasn’t true. Nearly two years after their last performance in Colorado, the band still drew a large crowd and this was thanks in part to their insanely devoted fans.

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