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  • Last Friday night, Portland’s Typhoon returned to Colorado for the first time since 2014. The packed concert at the Gothic Theatre coincided with the release date of their newest album, Offerings; their first in four years. The band delivered a very satisfying set that had the floor of the theater mirroring the energy on stage. Each song was an exercise in dynamics and percussive anomalies, with gentle verses culminating in chaotic climaxes, made all the more turbulent by the seven piece band.

    Typhoon – January 12th – Gothic Theatre

    Last Friday night, Portland’s Typhoon returned to Colorado for the first time since 2014. The packed concert at the Gothic Theatre coincided with the release date of their newest album, Offerings; their first in four years. The band delivered a very satisfying set that had the floor of the theater mirroring the energy on stage. Each song was an exercise in dynamics and percussive anomalies, with gentle verses culminating in chaotic climaxes, made all the more turbulent by the seven piece band.

  • My Morning Jacket returned to the 1stBank Center in Broomfield for night two of their three night New Year's run and upped the energy level a bit from the deep cuts and mellow vibe of night one.  Opening with "Circuital" and "Off The Record" the band gave a foreshadowing of what was to come on New Year's Eve.  The show was highlighted by originals like "The Way That He Sings," "Wonderful (The Way I Feel)," and "I'm Amazed" alongside a pair of glorious covers in Simon & Garfunkle's "America" and Prince's "Purple Rain" and left fans wanting more.

    My Morning Jacket – December 30th – 1stBank Center

    My Morning Jacket returned to the 1stBank Center in Broomfield for night two of their three night New Year’s run and upped the energy level a bit from the deep cuts and mellow vibe of night one. Opening with “Circuital” and “Off The Record” the band gave a foreshadowing of what was to come on New Year’s Eve. The show was highlighted by originals like “The Way That He Sings,” “Wonderful (The Way I Feel),” and “I’m Amazed” alongside a pair of glorious covers in Simon & Garfunkle’s “America” and Prince’s “Purple Rain” and left fans wanting more.

  • My Morning Jacket kicked-off their three night New Year's stand at the 1stBank Center on Friday night with a  two and a half hour show that touched on all eras of their nearly 20 year career.  While The Jacket showcased favorites like "Golden" and "What A Wonderful Man," and delivered a monster take on "Dondante" to close out the set, the band's lighting rig put on a show of it's own and dazzled the crowd with a wide variety of configurations.  The boys from Kentucky proved yet again why they are known as one of the best live bands on the scene and raised expectations for a New Year's Eve to remember.

    My Morning Jacket – December 29th – 1stBank Center

    My Morning Jacket kicked-off their three night New Year’s stand at the 1stBank Center on Friday night with a two and a half hour show that touched on all eras of their nearly 20 year career. While The Jacket showcased favorites like “Golden” and “What A Wonderful Man,” and delivered a monster take on “Dondante” to close out the set, the band’s lighting rig put on a show of it’s own and dazzled the crowd with a wide variety of configurations. The boys from Kentucky proved yet again why they are known as one of the best live bands on the scene and raised expectations for a New Year’s Eve to remember.

  • The line wound well down Colfax long before doors opened on Friday and while it was unseasonably warm, guys were warming up their ladies, and winter finery abounded as fans waited patiently for the doors of The Ogden to open. From 20-something hipsters, to gray bearded veterans of the scene, it was clear that Nathaniel Rateliff's popularity in Denver doesn't follow any strict demographic lines and that he delights listeners from all walks of life.  What a treat it was to see this powerful band on their home court in the heart of Denver where they have played so many times before.

    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – December 15th – Ogden Theatre

    The line wound well down Colfax long before doors opened on Friday and while it was unseasonably warm, guys were warming up their ladies, and winter finery abounded as fans waited patiently for the doors of The Ogden to open. From 20-something hipsters, to gray bearded veterans of the scene, it was clear that Nathaniel Rateliff’s popularity in Denver doesn’t follow any strict demographic lines and that he delights listeners from all walks of life. What a treat it was to see this powerful band on their home court in the heart of Denver where they have played so many times before.

  • Denver has quickly become a hot pocket for the live music scene and there’s one local band taking notice of the unparalleled talent popping up around town; that’s Fox Street. For their second year in a row, the Denver locals will take over the historic Bluebird Theater during New Year's Eve weekend, this time curating three nights of unique musical performances, all by local musicians.

    Fox Street Returns To The Bluebird For 3-Night New Year’s Run

    Denver has quickly become a hot pocket for the live music scene and there’s one local band taking notice of the unparalleled talent popping up around town; that’s Fox Street. For their second year in a row, the Denver locals will take over the historic Bluebird Theater during New Year’s Eve weekend, this time curating three nights of unique musical performances, all by local musicians.

  • J2G Live is proud to announce the return of its most popular show, Dance Party Time Machine, in 2018. Get in on the action on Saturday, March 24th, at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado, as they take fans on a journey through the greatest dance party hits of all time. From rock ‘n’ roll’s roots to classic soul and R&B, to disco, funk, 80’s pop, 90’s hip-hop, and the club bangers of today, nothing is out of reach of the Dance Party Time Machine.

    Dance Party Time Machine Returns To Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom!

    J2G Live is proud to announce the return of its most popular show, Dance Party Time Machine, in 2018. Get in on the action on Saturday, March 24th, at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado, as they take fans on a journey through the greatest dance party hits of all time. From rock ‘n’ roll’s roots to classic soul and R&B, to disco, funk, 80’s pop, 90’s hip-hop, and the club bangers of today, nothing is out of reach of the Dance Party Time Machine.

  • The Eagles – Don Henley, Joe Walsh & Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey – have set initial tour dates for 2018, beginning March 14 in Chicago, Illinois through July 28 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with additional concerts expected to be announced shortly.  The tour will feature a stadium concert Denver with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band sharing the bill. American Express® Card Members will have the opportunity […]

    Eagles & Jimmy Buffett Team Up For Coors Field Show in June

    The Eagles – Don Henley, Joe Walsh & Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey – have set initial tour dates for 2018, beginning March 14 in Chicago, Illinois through July 28 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with additional concerts expected to be announced shortly.  The tour will feature a stadium concert Denver with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band sharing the bill. American Express® Card Members will have the opportunity […]

  • After two stellar shows at Red Rocks in August of 2016, the return of James Murphy and LCD Soundsystem has been the talk of Denver's music community and the city had been buzzing about this show for months.  As fans filed into the arena, the band's giant disco ball was a welcome site as it foreshadowed the giant party that was about to erupt.  There was no shortage of energy in the 1stBank Center and there didn't seem to be an empty seat in the place as the razor sharp beams of light from the disco ball probed the farthest reaches of the room.

    LCD Soundsystem – November 11th – 1stBank Center

    After two stellar shows at Red Rocks in August of 2016, the return of James Murphy and LCD Soundsystem has been the talk of Denver’s music community and the city had been buzzing about this show for months. As fans filed into the arena, the band’s giant disco ball was a welcome site as it foreshadowed the giant party that was about to erupt. There was no shortage of energy in the 1stBank Center and there didn’t seem to be an empty seat in the place as the razor sharp beams of light from the disco ball probed the farthest reaches of the room.

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