After 11 Years, Beta Nightclub To Close In 2019

One of Denver’s lit up and volatile nightclubs is set to get its fire extinguished. After 11 years, Beta Nightclub will be shutting its doors on January 5, 2019. For years, the digital dance music (EDM) venue drew massive celebrities, from Deadmau5 into Armin Van Buren, to the tune of lasers, smoke cannons and deafening bass. At one point dubbed one of the top 25 best clubs of all time by Billboard Magazine, in addition to taking the number one spot for dancing clubs in America by Rolling Stone at 2013, the loss of the place doesn’t just alter the dance community, but Denver as a whole.  Beta Nightclub was the destination to listen to cutting-edge digital music by the hottest up and comers in addition to the special opportunities to catch the pros in relatively close quarters. Citing the need to take time and recalibrate, Beta has decided to bid farewell.

While not cited in their official parting announcement, one cannot deny that Temple Nightclub, brand new to town, embodied their eyesight “club culture evolving” far better than Beta had in the past couple of years. Coupled with the abundance of similarily EDM-focused clubs lining South Broadway — in one place — that the decline of Beta was only a matter of time. The closing perhaps even caught many at Beta off-guard, as they had several shows lined up into 2019, such as Arty, Luca Lush plus also a rare live performance for its elusive Danger. Likewise, while January 5 has been deemed the official closing date, the last events have not yet been announced.

While there’s no word on what will finally fill Beta’s space, whatever it is, has got a great deal to live up to.

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The Beauty Which Awaits at Decadence Denver 2018

Denver, Colorado is currently holding its own with this New Years bash because of Global Dance, AEG and Live Nation pulling through an outstanding Decadence lineup. On December 30th and 31st, come gaze across the sparkling town and participates in noises by Bassnectar, Mikey Lion, Nora En Pure, Lee Reynolds, Alison Wonderland, Claude VonStroke, Illenium, Eric Prydz and a Lot More.

Photograph credit Decadence 2018

Decadence Lineup 2018

Lineup playlist: 

For 2 nights, at the expansive Colorado Convention Center, every nook and cranny is going to be filled with excellent music across multiple superbly constructed stages with their own particularly energy. As you examine this lineup, you’ll locate healthy parts for all digital music enthusiasts.

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Find the tech-house and techno celebration together with the loving touch from the Desert Hearts Crew, prime agents of the Dirtybird household (don’t even overlook Walker & Royce) and much more. Deep house will fill the room like Nora and Camelphat throw down. There will be authentic house music by Spencer Brown and melodic home or prospective bass in the likes of Illenium and Big Wild himself. Dubstep will be done directly with Zeds Dead and Skrillex (although who knows what new sounds He’ll bring…)

Bassnectar alone satisfies any person’s cravings within every group. All of us should be super excited for tracey moments with Ilan Bluestone and Above & Beyond and also to observe the spectacle that Eric Prydz presents for the huge room. Additionally, there will be plenty of trap places.

Take a peek behind the curtain of this wonder that expects by visiting the Decadence 2018 trailer.

Pick your move to Decadence 2018

Playlist’s free downloads:

Mikey Lion Set Lee Reynolds Set

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Colorado Symphony announces Flaming Lips, Star Wars performances – buy tickets today

The Colorado Symphony proceeds to enlarge its movie-score and pops programming in stimulating ways. This week, even the symphony demonstrated it’d back Oklahoma City freaks The Flaming Lips since the latter re-creates its seminal record “The Soft Bulletin” at Boettcher Concert Hall on Feb. 22. The possibility of seeing these talents unite (in precisely the exact identical way the Lips endorsed Beck in Denver in 2002) is just as tantalizing because the possibility of hearing the Lips’ 1999 indie-psych masterpiece again live. Tickets for the series, that marks that the Lips’ instant collaboration with the symphony since 2016 (when it also performed “The Soft Bulletin”-RRB-, are on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 21. At 303tickets. com

On the podium for the Colorado Symphony: some noteworthy escalation of its movie-score shows, that have presented titles by the Harry Potter collection, “Home Alone” and much more in recent decades. The most recent movie to have the treatment is “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back,” inarguably the finest of all Star Wars films and distance sci-fi generally. (OK, “2001: A Space Odyssey” was pretty good, also.) To accommodate the anticipated crush of curiosity, the symphony is doing it at Broomfield’s FirstBank Center March 23-24. Tickets for its all-ages series are on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 21. ($45-$85, 1stbanktickets. com)

Full-band hip-hop mainstay The Roots is returning with a Feb. 23 series at the Fillmore Auditorium, providing its members a break from their regular gig as Jimmy Fallon’s backing band on “The Tonight Show. ” Tickets for the 16-and-up concert are on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 15. ($54.75-$130, fillmoretickets.com)

Latin audio powerhouse Marco Antonio Solís will headline the Pepsi Center on Sept. 21 as part of the Y La Historia Continúa tour. Tickets went on sale. ($59-$499, pepsicenter.co)

Festival and outdoor-stage favorites Greensky Bluegrass are returning to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in a big way next year with three successive dates at the historic venue. The Sept. 13-15 shows will feature Lil Smokies (Sept. 13), Rayland Baxter (Sept. 14) and Billy Strings (Sept. 15) as support, with tickets on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 21. ($45-$80 daily; $100 three-day passes, axs.com.co)

Brilliant but oft-troubled T-Pain is coming back into Denver to get a series at the Gothic Theatre in Englewood on April 1. Tickets for the 16-and-up concert are on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 21. ($27.50, axs.com.co)

Just declared for Estes Park’s increasingly concert-laden Stanley Hotel: Lettuce is set to headline all-ages shows there Feb. 22-23, and discounted rates for rooms are available using the code “funk. ” Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 21 ($69-$75, axs.com.co)

Conventional group Celtic Woman has been attracting its own Ancient Land tour to Colorado, such as a May 26 concert at Red Rocks which ’s so refreshing it’s not on the band’s website however (as of the writing). Tickets went on sale earlier this past week. ($29.75-$99.75, redrocks.co)

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Denver Broncos play Cleveland Browns Saturday night, buy Last Minute Tickets or watch on FOX31

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph says quarterback Case Keenum isn’t simply taking enough chances downfield since he’s so concerned about avoiding interceptions. Joseph claims that wants to change when the Broncos are to have any chance of winning their next 3 matches and slipping into the playoffs. Keenum threw 11 interceptions in his first nine matches but hasn’t.

The Broncos play with the Cleveland Browns Saturday night on FOX31.
Broncos Gameday coverage begins at 5 pm Kickoff at Mile High Stadium is at 6:20 p.m.

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Keenum says that he ’ll heed his trainer ’s gripe and take opportunities down the field. Vance Joseph says his QB is being cautious with all the football after opening the season being too careless. Keenum is casting into a young, inexperienced bunch of pass catchers. His receiver along with three tight ends are on reserve and flanker Demaryius Thomas will be at Houston following a midseason trade.

The Browns will be without rookie starting cornerback Denzel Ward, who’ll miss his second straight game Saturday at Denver with a concussion.

Ward was in concussion protocol because getting hurt while making a tackle in a Dec. 2 reduction at Houston. Ward walked out past week’s triumph over Carolina and missed all three practices this week before the Browns announced Thursday he has been ruled out from the Broncos.

The No. 4 overall pick in this year’s draft, Ward has had a solid first time. He has three interceptions and been credited with 48 tackles.

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Beloved Boulder Producer SoDown Embarks on Nationwide Tour

In 2018 alone, the Boulder homie SoDown Controlled stages at Red Rocks, Coachella, Electric Forest, Global Dance, Sonic Bloom, and Much more. In the insides of his triumphs, SoDown is only just starting. Now, SoDown is focusing on a nationwide tour with a purse of dubstep, electro funk and groovy songs.

SoDown Releases 36 Date Nationwide Tour Following New Single Drop on Zeds Dead’s DEADBEATS Label.

SoDown Tour

SoDown‘s new single, “Eskimo” is a bass-heavy collaboration with fellow Mile High producer, Mr. Bill, released on DEADBEATS’ fresh Compilation Vol. 3.  A bass, massaging with grimey production making waves already drives the trail.

SoDown ‘Eskimo’ Deadbeats 

Listen to “Eskimo” w/ Mr. Bill

Get to know the expansive style of SoDown by tune in to a couple more tracks.

Listen to and download free of ‘First Light’: 

Listen to and download for free ‘Kill Em’:

We look forward to watching you guys getting down at these upcoming shows. Pick up your tickets and show you enjoy by trace SoDown on his social media manages connected below.

BONUS MUSIC: Listen to DEADBEATS Compilation Vol. 3:

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Kacey Musgraves Announces Red Rocks Concert

Kacey Musgraves, now about the Oh, What a World Tour, announced today, December 10, she is going to be performing in June in Red Rocks Amphitheatre.


Her Red Rocks show, combined with two Tedeschi Trucks Band concerts on June 29 announced, violate what had appeared like a burial of female artists headlining the venue in 2019; out of their first thirty-some concerts announced, not one had been fronted exclusively with a woman.

Musgraves, who just introduced an old-timey country song,”Kansas City Star,” was nominated for four 2018 Grammy Awards, such as Album of the Year and Best Country Album for Golden Hour, Best Country Solo Performance for”Butterflies” and Best Country Song for”Space Cowboy.”

She’ll be performing on June 26, also tickets to the Red Rocks concert are available today at Redrocks.co or in AXS.

Backstreet Boys Are Back… and Coming to Denver

Backstreet is back, and soon enough they’ll be on their way to the Mile High City.  The international pop superstars just announced their “DNA World Tour” via Twitter, and Denver made the cut. The iconic boy band is taking the stage at venues around the globe — but most importantly Backstreet Boys are taking the stage at the Pepsi Center in August.

Backstreet Boys’ newest album, DNA, will be released January 25, three short months before the group embarks on their world tour. Their last headlining tour celebrated 20 years of Backstreet Boys, spanning two years and coming to an end in 2015. Since then the group has held a residency in Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. However, their residency will come to an end in April, just in time for the group to depart on their world tour.

Since the band’s formation in 1993 one third of their songs have held spots in the Billboard Top 10, including their hit “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)” which held its spot on the charts for 43 weeks. Die-hard ’90s boy band fans still hold a special place in their heart for Backstreet Boys, and with success spanning a 25-year career, the boys’ newest album and ensuing tour will be sure to deliver something to excite their loyal fans.

The show is set to take place on August 8 at 8 p.m. at the Pepsi Center. Tickets are on sale now and can be found here.

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ILLENIUM Drops Massive Remix of Halsey’s Top 10 Single, “Without Me”

A contender of the year for remix?

Illenium (real name Nicholas Miller) has rapidly become one of the most exciting actions in bass music – and his latest remix helps drive that maintain home. The newest from the Denver DJ/producer is a festival-ready remix of Halsey’s”Without Me”. 

Miller spins Halsey’s strong and personal lyrics to some bass anthem that is prospective that is stunning. Soft keys supporting Halsey’s twisted hook set the scene . The content and delivery of these vocals align well with the Illenium noise, almost like they were delivered using his remix in mind than the source material.

Since the launch of his debut EP at 2013, Illenium has witnessed his career skyrocket using a high number of headlining appearances.  Alongside the festival billings, his debut studio album Ashes reached #6 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Charts. 

“Without Me” (ILLENIUM Remix) from Halsey is out today on Capitol Records. Stream or download the track across programs here.

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Who’s playing Red Rocks in 2019? Get tickets now before it’s too late.

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, has begun announcing concerts for 2019.

There is no better venue the nation than Colorado’s own Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Owned and operated by the City of Denver, the concert venue in Red Rocks Park was home to some of the most iconic concerts ever.

Show announcements have begun trickling in for the 2019 year and we will add to this list as more are announced.
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  • February 1 – Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks ft. Atmosphere, De La Soul, Living Legends, Watsky
  • April 19 – 311 and Method Man & Redman, The Green, Dizzy Wright, Jesse Royal
  • April 20 – Stick Figure, Pepper, Steel Pulse, The Movement, Iya Terra
  • April 30 – The 1975 with Pale Waves and No Rome
  • May 1 – Interpol with Car Seat Headrest and Sunflower Bean
  • May 2 – Twiddle, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with Kitchen Dwellers
  • May 3 – Shpongle with very special guests
  • May 4 – Shpongle with very special guests
  • May 9 – Vulfpeck with Khruangbin and Cory Henry
  • May 12 – Luke Combs with Lanco and Jameson Rodgers
  • May 14 – Lord Huron with Lucious
  • May 18 – Global Dub Festival feat. Adventure Club, Bear Grillz, Said the Sky, Riot Ten, Dirt Monky, Kai Wachi, Kompany b2b Tynan, Yaks b2b Somnium Sound
  • May 24 – The Devil Makes Three with Lucero
  • May 29 – Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band with the Infamous Stringdusters
  • June 7 – Michael Franti & Spearhead with Snarky Puppy
  • June 8 – Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Toad the Wet Sprocket & Colin Hay
  • June 15 – Rage on the Rocks 2019: Lettuce with TAUK and The Soul Rebels
  • June 16 – Nahko and Medicine for the People, Trevor Hall, Ayla Nereo
  • June 21 – Umphrey’s McGee with Spafford
  • June 22 – Umphrey’s McGee with TBA
  • June 23 – Umphrey’s McGee feat. a Led Zeppelin set with Jason Bonham
  • July 5 – The Avett Brothers with special guest to be announced
  • July 6 – The Avett Brothers with Nicole Atkins
  • July 7 – The Avett Brothers with Lake Street Drive
  • July 12 – The Motet + Galactic with Moon Hooch
  • July 17 – The Head & the Heart with special guests
  • July 24 – Trampled by Turtles with Deer Tick and The Dead South
  • July 28 – John Prine with the Colorado Symphony, I’m With Her
  • August 1 – Weird Al Yankovic with the Colorado Symphony
  • August 2 – My Morning Jacket with special guests
  • August 3 – My Morning Jacket with special guests
  • August 20 – The Piano Guys
  • August 29 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
  • September 8 – Dark Star Orchestra with Electric Hot Tuna
  • September 11 – Old Dominion
  • September 17 – Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit with David Crosby & Friends


The Rolling Stones Announce Date for Denver Stadium Show

It’s been nearly 14 years since The Rolling Stones gathered into the Mile High City, and todaythey’ve officially announced their return. According to Rolling Stone, The band is making their return on May 26, 2019, in Sports Authority Field. Ahead of today’s announcement, the band suspended a mysterious banner along with other signage around Denver teasing their imminent return and sparking a fervor of excited fans hoping to catch the somewhat elusive superstars.

The coming “No Filter Tour” finds that the band coming off several overseas and stateside tours through the years, and is actually their initial Denver series since “A Bigger Bang Tour” at 2005. At present, there’s not any report as the if the band will release new stuff, but with a discography as heavy as The Rolling Stones, new material isn’t even necessary. Similarly, the band hasn’t announced who will open the coming tour. Tickets for the upcoming performance are available today at buytickets.com. Check out the comprehensive set of US dates under.

Full Dates:

April 20th — Miami Gardens, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium April 24th — Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field April 28th — Houston, TX@ NRG Stadium May 7th — Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium May 11th — Pasadena, CA @ The Rose Bowl May 18th — Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium May 22nd — Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field May 26th — Denver, CO @ Broncos Stadium in Mile High May 31st — Washington, D.C. @ FedExField June 4th — Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field June 8th — Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium June 13th — East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium June 21st — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

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