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Run the Jewels have earned themselves a name as one of the most hard-hitting and innovative names in hip-hop. Fans of the New York-based rap duo packed the floors of the Ogden and thrashed to a vicious set of intelligently crafted rhymes while Killer Mike and El-P laid down a set for the ages. With a new album in the works it is certain these two are only getting started, and we can look forward to more of their raw socially conscious flavor of hip-hop.
Last concert of the 2015 season for Red Rocks when out with a big bang! Jeep on the Rocks featured X Ambassadors, American Authors, and Panic! at the Disco. Sold out show to a rocking crowd that was super excited to see all three bands. 303 had an exclusive interview with front man Zac Barnett of American Authors - be sure to check out the article. Check out all the awesome pics from the evening. Photography by Kim Baker.
Rowdytown 4 was the biggest and baddest yet, with artist from around the globe like RL Grime, Thomas Jack, Snails, Jauz, Two Fresh, DeFunk and special guest each night. Big Gigantic started each night with what they like to call 'Big Gigantic Mixtape 2009/2010' and took it right into a good old fashioned Big Gigantic THROWDOWN!! Photography by Romeo Fernandez
Tim McGraw rocked Red Rocks Wednesday night to raving fans that wanted to touch him and take selfies with him. He was more than happy to oblige, much to his fans' surprise. Young and old alike sang along, clapped, danced and cheered to 20 years of music from the country super star. Tim enjoyed playing at Red Rocks and honored his band, fans, military, country radio and America in a one of kind performance. Tim added a real personal and heartwarming touch to his performance. Photography by Kim Baker.
Pretty Lights and the Analog Future Band unleashed their first Telluride performance over a two night event. The shows drew thousands of fans for a rare selection of dance music in the traditionally Jam-band / Bluegrass mountain stronghold. Each night was packed with two full sets and a visual experience that left legions of fans dancing all night.
Mumford and Sons along with a line up that consisted of: DAWES, Flaming Lips, Jenny Lewis, James Vincent McMorrow, Tune-Yards, and many others took to Salida, CO nearly tripling the population of the small mountain town. 303 Magazine camped out for 2 days, exploring Salida and the stop over! Photography by Kyle Cooper
Sold out crowd at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison Thursday night, August, 6, 2015 for Milky Chance and Walk the Moon. Milky Chance rocked the house and had a very cool stage set up with carved wooden totems. Their sound got the crowd to their feet and pumped up. Then the crowd went crazy for Walk the Moon. A high energy concert with some very cool touchy/feely moments, but the whole crowd was right there with the band until the very end when they played their most popular radio hits making bringing the crowd to their feet, dancing and signing. Check out the photos from the night. Photography by Kim Baker.
A sold-out crowd gathered at the Ogden Theater on August 4th to hear singer song writer from the United Kingdom, George Ezra filled the theater with popular songs like his radio hit Budapest. Opener Tor Miller and Dylan Leblanc warmed up the crowd before the main act as the tour rolled through Denver. Photography by Kyle Cooper.
Slightly Stoopid and Dirty Heads returned to Denver to jam out with a sold out crowd. A warm welcome was in store for both bands as they praised the venue for Colorado's birthday. Veterans Slightly Stoopid played everything from their classics to contemporary material, while Dirty Heads showcased their newest singles and radio hits.
Imagine Dragons played to a sold-out crowd at the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver Monday night, July 27, 2015. Front man Dan Reynolds had an emotional moment during song two when he spoke about the band's meet & greet prior to the show. He received a coin from a veteran and it really touched him. I thought this showed how incredibly real he truly is. We often put celebs on a pedestal and think they are not human, but Dan is. His band members rushed to comfort him. He bounced back quickly and the band gave an amazing, energetic performance. It was an awesome show! Check out the photographs from the night. Photography by Kim Baker.
The incredibly sold out Red Rock's show was one for the books. Over the top lighting, insane tele-broad casted footage and absolutely incredible music from Alt-J and TV On The Radio. There have been ample amount of concerts this year, but this combination lineup is one for the books. Photography by Camille Breslin
PRCA Daddy of them all Rodeo - Cheyenne Frontier Days. Voted PRCA best outdoor rodeo. If rodeo is not your thing, then check out the amazing concerts, carnival rides, and shopping. From bull riding to steer wrestling, CFD doesn't disappoint. Check out all the high action photos. Photography by Kim Baker
Another perfect day at The Breakers Resort for a wild 303 Magazine Pool Party! Not only was the sun out, cocktails flowing and good people partying, LA-based Dj Kate Elsworth from London brought sounds that had us all rocking out on the dance floor! Find your photos here and tag a friend! Photography by Romeo Fernandez
UMPHREY'S McGEE returns to Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO to headline for the sixth consecutive year on July 3rd to celebrate our Independence Day weekend. Not only did they rock a two-set show, they were accompanied by the gritty funk-fusion rockers TAUK and the progressive psychedelic rock of PAPADOSIO. Experience the show for yourself here! Photography by: Romeo Fernandez
A packed Red Rocks played host to #DEADROCKS2015 feat. co-headliners ZEDS DEAD / DILLON FRANCIS with PAPER DIAMOND, HAYWYRE, MIJA, and HUNTER SIEGEL. Following up 2014’s massive Dead Rocks performance at Red Rocks, this was Zeds Dead’s second time to headline Red Rocks. See event photos here! Photography by: Roman Tafoya
Motion City Soundtrack once again was scheduled on a night of bad weather. The blizzard stopped them last time but the flooding didn't this time. This was a sold out show of fans of all ages enjoying their classics, one of which had some help from opening act William Beckett. Photos by Candace Peterson
The "Taste of the Broncos" inaugural event was held at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Denver's top chefs along with Broncos players paired together to serve, take pictures, and raise money for Denver needy. All proceeds benefited the Food Bank of the Rockies. Broncos players in attendance included: Peyton Manning, Von Miller, David Bruton, Chris Harris Jr. Aqib Talib, Steven Johnson, Montee Ball, Virgil Green, Brandon McManus, Demarcus Ware and more! See event photos here! Photography by: Roman Tafoya
U2 rocked the first of two nights at the Pepsi Center on Saturday. The legendary band played most of their hits on their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE TOUR, including "Beautiful Day", "Sunday Bloody Sunday", "With or Without You" and many more. Have a look at the gallery which shows some of the evening's top moments. Photography by Glenn Ross.
Ryan Adams and The Shining performed at Red Rocks Ampitheatre on Thursday night, playing through some of the singer's best material. Lightning streaked across the sky, setting the tone for an electric evening. Midwestern band Houndmouth started the night off with a rocking set. Photography by Glenn Ross.
There hasn't been a performance that could top Cage the Elephant at Red Rocks Monday evening. Front Man Matt Shultz ran across the stage, jumped into the crowds, and had all of red rocks on their toes all evening. Portugal, The Man and Mowgli's also started the evening off with lots of singing and high energy. Photography by Camille Breslin
You didn't have to brave the Rocky Mountains to find the Mountain Goats. The band played in front of an energized crowd, that wasn't afraid to hoot and holler at front man, John Darnielle and his new hair cut. Opener Blank Range from Nashville, Tennessee warmed up the crowd and the entire Gothic Theater enjoyed a night full of indie-folk-rock. Photography by Kyle Cooper
Chromeo and Odesza co-headlined one of the hottest shows of the summer at Colorado's very own Red Rocks Amphitheater. This was the first Red Rocks show for Odesza, who have exploded on the EDM scene over the past year. The electrifying performance showcased why the duo have grown to be one of the hottest acts in contemporary dance music. Chromeo laid down their own flavor of electro-funk and wasted no time bringing the entire crowd to an infectious groove. After several Red Rocks performances there's no question why Chromeo dominates their genre, stay on the look out for more live events to come. Photos by Ryan Good.
Beta Nightclub's 7yr Anniversary party, night one with Fedde Le Grand was a party to remember! Beautiful people dancing, drinks flowing and of course the epic sound system had us all wanting to party till the break of dawn. Find your photos here and Congratulations to Beta on 7yrs of wild parties and epic Dj's. Photography by Romeo Fernandez
The Barn Party on Saturday, May 16, 2015 benefited Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation. The Barn Party is the kick-off to the Schomp BMW Denver Polo Classic, and all money raised goes to helping underprivileged and at-risk youth across the Denver Metro Area. The headlining entertainer for the 2015 Barn Party was James Otto with special guest Ryan Kinder! Held at The Stables at Polo Reserve in Littleton. Check out the photos from this old fashioned ho-down with dancing to live music! Photography by Kim Baker.
Night 4 of DFW is always a crowd favorite. Eccentric hairstyle, crazy accessories and atire and screaming props which makes the crowd go crazy! 14 Hairstylist had the honor of having their creations walk the cat walk at the 2015 303 Magazine's Denver Fashion Weekend. Photography by Camille Breslin
Oculto's exclusive national release party at the Church night club was full of live music by House Refugees and Valerie Molano, performace artist, promo girls and of course complimantry Oculto lager infused with blue agave and citrus while aged in Tequlila barrel staves to deliver a distinctive taste and experience. Find your photos here and share them with your friends! Photography by Romeo Fernandez
Fresh off of their performance at Coachella, Milky Chance played for a lively, sold-out crowd inside Ogden Theater. The Berlin based opener, Mighty Oaks warmed up the crowd with their full sound and Milky Chance followed, playing their duo of radio hits and a two-song encore at the end. Photography by Kyle Cooper
The New York City based, Ratatat may have literally blown the roof off of The Ogden Theater during their Easter Sunday set at the historic venue. Accompanied by an un-rivaled lights and laser display, the duo impressed a sold-out Denver crowd on night two of their 11-stop tour. Photography by Kyle Cooper.
Garth Brooks walked the red carpet to a packed Children's Hospital with a prep rally on his way upstairs for the press conference. There he proceeded to answer all questions and even accommodate all one on one interviews. What an amazing, humble, generous and extremely talented man. Check out all the photos in the gallery as he shares his passion with children and adults alike. Photography by Kim Baker.
Welcome to the 303 Magazine Gallery. 303 Magazine has been collecting images from Denver for the past decade. We are at the best shows, festivals, food reviews, events involving fashion, fundraisers, awards, and everything in between. Enjoy the 303 Magazine Gallery as it is a veritable time capsule of culture and life in Denver. Our talented photography staff can be found everywhere in the city. The 303 Magazine Gallery is more than just a congregate of photos- it is the living, breathing energy of Denver. Fall in love with the Mile High City through our eyes in the 303 Magazine Gallery.
Tens of thousands of people celebrated the annual 4/20 Rally over the weekend at Civic Center Park in Denver. Coloradans and out-of-towners alike browsed, danced, hula-hooped and puffed both Saturday and Sunday, with the majority celebrating peacefully and respectfully. Apart of this year's draw were free performances by national recording artists such as B.o.B., The Expendables, Wyclef Jean and DJ Whoo Kid. Although the official numbers have yet to be released, most sources say this years rally had the highest attendance on record. Check out photos from BOTH Saturday and Sunday here!! Photography by: Roman Tafoya
Thousands of music lovers came together at Red Rocks Amphitheater last night to celebrate their Easter Sunday and 4/20 Holiday. With performances by Smoke DZA, YG, Wiz Khalifa, & Snoop Dogg, the experience was one that won’t easily be forgotten. Check out the photo’s from the entire night here! Photography by: Darian Simon
Award winning producers Sigma brought a DJ set to the main floor at Beta Night club on Friday the 11th. DJ Fury opened the night followed by Shank Aaron. In the Lounge, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. hosted guest DJs starting with Heath Speiglberg, followed by SLUMBER featuring Oona Dahl & Amber Cox. Find photos of you and your favorite DJs inside. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
This past Wednesday at the Point Gallery in Denver, Dr. James Rouse and BackJoy CEO Bing Howenstein, introduced to an inspired crowd their, “Ger Your Awesome On”, campaign. The wellness seminar included a presentation on the four core areas of personal wellness – posture, diet, movement, and mindset. BackJoy is a growing company headquartered in Boulder whose mission is to change the way the world sits, stands and sleeps. Dr. James Rouse is a naturopathic doctor and expert in functional and lifestyle medicine who also consults for SKOOP and Kroger Grocery. He is the author of nine books, founder of Optimum Wellness Media, and accomplished Ironman triathlete. For more information on BackJoy and the “Get Your Awesome On” campaign check out their website at www.backjoy.com Photography by: Roman Tafoya
Caravan Palace stole everyone's hearts at Monday's Sold Out Gothic performance. The extremely energetic French Electro swing and Gypsy Jazz Parisian group caused a whirl wind and uproar. Many of the audience members dressed up in 20's inspired attired and swing danced all night. Photography by Camille Breslin
Denver Fashion Weekend finished off with The Hair Show and First Annual Hair Awards. Check out this gallery and see stylists J. Audrey, G3 Salon, Rita B, Ted’s Hair Studio, Antoine Du Chez, Three Cutters On Pearl, Halo, El Salon, The Look, Mode, and Swank show off their best looks. Photography by Glenn Ross
Hair stylists turned out their most impressive looks for Denver Fashion Weekend’s Hair show and First annual Hair Awards. Presenting stylists included Ted’s Hair Studio, Ed G-3, Antoine Du Chez, Three Cutters On Perl, Halo, The Look, Mode, El Salon, Swank, Rita B, and J Audrey. Find your favorite hair styles and models inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
The Final day of SnowBall 2014 and though a few acts had to cancel, the ones who played were awesome. Wild Belles, Inner Oceans, Eminence Ensemble, and You, Me, and Apollo among others had really great sets. DJ Kap Slap killed it with his set on the Groove Stage, see the photos from behind him on stage! Photography by Adam Matthew Ripplinger
Night 2 of Denver Fashion Weekend was an absolute success! The excitement, anticipation, and atmosphere was over the top with guests once again being treated to excellent music, delicious appetizers and drinks before the models hit the runway. Check out the gallery now! Photos by: Roman Tafoya
Denver’s fashionistas celebrated after the second day of 303 magazine’s Denver Fashion Weekend at a packed Epernay Lounge. Models, designers, celebrities and attendees mingled in one of Denver’s most fashionable bars on Saturday the 5th. Find photos of you and your favorite socialites inside. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Those in the fashion know were at the second night of the 2014 Spring/Summer Denver Fashion Weekend. Models sporting stylings from Mondo Guerra, Crystal Lee, Tikwid, Kotomi Yoshida, Oscar Gutierr, Steadbrook and Jiberish complemented by audacious hair and makeup at the City Hall Event Center. Find your favorite fashion and models inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
The preparations for Denver Fashion Weekend’s 2nd night included hours of hair, makeup and wardrobe as well as logistics and lots of alcohol to fuel the fashion masses. See the steps in the process behind a variety of styles. Find photos of your favorite stylists, models and looks inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
Snowball Music Festival returns this year with a change of venue to the Mile High City, but not of good times and amazing performances! Complete with fire spinning, costumes, and of course fuzzy boots! Check the gallery for all the action and for photos of you and your friends! Photography by: Adam Matthew Ripplinger
The first night of Denver Fashion week began with three fashion shows by the national brands Burton, Mini and Ducati. Guests enjoyed music and cocktails before the event started at the City Hall Event Center. Check out the gallery to see photos of you and your friends! Photos by: Jackie Collins
Denver Fashion Weekend (DFW) sponsored by Schomp Mini is the largest fashion event in Denver taken place in 3 nights. Each year the event is takes place at City hall. The first night, April 3rd was National Brands: Street Style Fashion Show. It consisted of designs by Mini, Burton, and Ducatti. Sponsors: SCHOMP MINI SVEDKA VODKA RED BULL INK MONSTR CHERRY CREEK LIMO M. PULSE – MODERN SKINCARE LUNA BAR - THE WOMEN’S NUTRITION BAR NATIONAL MEDIA COVERAGEAmerican Salon Magazine, Modern Salon magazine, Estetica USA magazine, The Colorist magazine, Hair’s How magazine, Hairbrained.com Photography Delmy Gooch
Check out the photos from the Night 1 After Party at the Funky Buddha Lounge last night. After the first night of the 303 Magazine’s Spring 2014 Denver Fashion Weekend, this was definitely a great way to continue the party. Find photos of all the party animals inside. Photography by Darian Simon
The first night of 303 Magazine’s Spring & Summer Denver Fashion Weekend (DFW) got off to a great start. Street style runway fashion was presented by Shomp MINI, Burton, and Ducati complemented with great hair, makeup and models. Find photos of your favorite fashion inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
For some it was a blast from the past, others a great opportunity to see new songs live, either way everyone in the sold out crowd saw an incredible show with non-stop energy! Adam Lazzara (swinging the mic of course) with Taking Back Sunday and Bert McCracken with The Used showed as much passion and talent as they did over a decade ago. Openers Sleepwave and Tonight Alive from Australia kicked off the crowd for an amazing show! Check the gallery for pictures of you and your friends. Photography by: Adam Matthew Ripplinger
Female poets diverse in age and culture presented their work at the stage in the Crossroads Theater on Monday night the 31st. Touching on subjects from social media and family gossip to intimate personal strife and a gamut of emotion that ranged from humor which had the audience in stitches to pain that left the house in silence with many moist eyes. Find photos of you and your favorite performer inside. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Sunday night came alive as Maja and The Sounds hit the stage showing no signs whatsoever of slowing down after 16 years as a band. Supporting acts Strange Love and Blondefire got the crowd warmed up and jumping and played killer sets as well! Check the gallery for photos of you and your friends. Photography by: Adam Ripplinger
The Harlem Globetrotters have been thrilling families and millions of hard core fans for over 88 years combining athleticism, theater, and comedy. This past Thursday they did it again in Bloomfield, Colorado at the 1st Bank Center. Check out the event photos now! Photography by: Roman Tafoya
The theatrics at last night's sold out St. Vincent show blew everyone away. She really stole the crowd and Denver's heart with her wild hair and intricate guitar playing. Noveller's experimental sounds was a perfect fit as an opener for this Ogden performance. Photography by Camille Breslin
Artists of all types graced the space at City Hall Amphitheater on Thursday the 27th. RAW: natural born artists promoted a wide variety of artists at this showcase event featuring many Denver artists including stylist Salwa Owens, photographer Kristen Tyler, painter Leanna Booco, performer Kenny Lee Young, juggler Doug Sayers, pole dancer Artemis Skye, reclaimed/upcycled designers ThEeRabbitHole and one of 303’s own photographers Delmy Gooch. Still art displays and live performances were used to highlight each artist’s talents, from painted snowboards to runway fashion. Find pictures of you and your favorite art inside. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
On Saturday March 22 Cheech and Chong shared the stage at the 1st Bank Center. People of all ages gathered to laugh and sing along with the comedy couple. Cheech and Chong were charming and funny and War rocked the saxophone. Check out this gallery for pictured form the show. Photography by Caitlin Savage
Ms. Sharon Jones glistened as she walked to a roaring applause at Monday night's Gothic show. The crowd was filled with grins and swinging hips. Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings stole the night away. Opener, Valerie June was a perfect start to the evening with her sweet folky tunes. Photography by Camille Breslin
Last night The Epernay Lounge and 303 Magazine hosted an annual 90’s throwback Purim party! Dancing, socializing, and prayer mixed together to create a fun, fashionable, and celebratory night. Run-D.M.C., Superman, and Elmo were among the eclectic guest mingling among the 100 or so attendees. Check out the event photos here! Photography by Roman Tafoya Photo Booth Images by Caitlin Savage
Loderdana Venturi & Gabriela Martinez hosted a happy hour event " Modaperitivo 2014" to showcase some of Denver's trendiest designs. The designs were in a few fashion events: Colorado Fashion Week, Denver Fashion Week, and Red Ball. Here are some of the designers: PROMOTIONAL MEDIA PARTNER LONZA DENNIS - FIRST CLASS FASHIONISTAACIRE by Erica Vallejo CARLOS MELENDEZ DESIGNS by Carlos Melendez DesignsBy TonyTagle by Ramon Lobo GABRIELA DESIGNS by Gabriela Martinez GINO VELARDI designs by Gino Velardi INFERNAL CONTRAPTIONS APPAREL by Karen Holloway JUMP OF JOY by Loredana Venturi KIMONODRAGONS by Francis DRoces LAVENDER ELEPHANT by Abbey Leigh Arabie MARGARET SANZO DESIGNS by Margaret Sanzo MDHANEL by Madeline Haenel MONA LUCERO DESIGNS by Mona Lucero ODDD by Denver Oddd PETRA AISHA LAVIGNE Designs by Petra Aisha LaVigne ROBBI SAYURI COLLECTIONS by Robbi Sayuri SALWA OWENS by Salwa Nahhas Owens VANDALISM DESIGNS by Troe' Pharrell Williams Oil painting by Luci Geller Photographer Delmy Gooch
The Denver Winter Showcase’s final night was held on the main floor of Norad Dance Bar on Sunday the 9th from 3pm to 2am. The DJ lineup included Barem, Dory, Steven Graham, Navi, Kevin Callison, Ryan Buck, and Sumer Sno. Techno dominated the style, from clean and dark minimal to funkier beats to take the crowd on a sonic journey after a weekend full of amazing music. Find photos of you and your favorite DJs inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
Pork lovers and restaurateurs come one come all! Cochon 555 throws another amazing event based on the idea of education about sourcing the best possible food. Complete with tastings from the top chefs like Justin Brunsun, Jennifer Jansinski, Paul C Reily, Steve Redzikowski, and more, food tasting, bourbon tastings, and delicious beer from Goose Island. Photography by: Adam Ripplinger
The Denver Winter Showcase continued on Saturday the 8th with more beats in the upstairs of Norad Dance Bar. International DJ Omid 16B laid down a 5 hour set followed by Jewel-Kid, then Julian Jeweil with a live PA set. The day started off with sets by Alex M, Tek Jones, and Aaron Lee. An array of vendors was also on hand during the day. Find photos of you and your favorite DJs inside. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Butterz Records brought four of their biggest DJs to take over the decks on the main floor at Beta Nightclub, Friday 7th. Caustic of Sub.mission started off the night and was followed by the Butters crew who played back to back and kept the crowd going all night with heavy beats and East London style grime. The Lounge hosted Denver scene veteran, Greg Eversoul, with openers Hoang & Coli Chmielewski. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
Who comes to mind as the master of reggae music? Yes, the legendary Bob Marley. He left a legacy in the music industry that continues to inspire people. The wailers was the band that Bob Marley used to play with. The wailers played "Legend" and many other Bob Marley Classics. A little fact: "Together with Bob Marley, the Wailers have sold in excess of 250 million albums worldwide. In England alone, they’ve notched up over twenty chart hits, including seven Top 10 entries. Outside of their groundbreaking work with Marley, the Wailers have also played or performed with international acts like Sting, the Fugees, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana, and Alpha Blondy, as well as reggae legends such as Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and Burning Spear." Photographer Delmy Gooch
The 10th annual Art Directors Club of Denver Paper Fashion show was held on Friday the 7th in the Seawell Grand Ballroom. Both student an professional designers had outfits on display, all made entirely of paper. The fashion on display ranged the gamut from fantasy to evening wear and even a wedding dress. Find pictures of you and your favorite fashion inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
The Denver Nuggets Social held at the Punch Bowl Social was a lively event. From Coach Shaw mingling with fans around the ping pong table to the players laughing and enjoying the company of their friends, family and fans, this successful evening was a real ball. Photography by Camille Breslin
The first night of the 2nd annual Denver Winter Showcase got off to a banging start at Bar Standard Thursday the 6th. The predominantly Techno and Tech House artists including Jay Tripwire, Josh Dupont & Eddie Spettro, and CNR started off the 4 day event. Find photos of you and your friends inside. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Miley Cyrus strut her stuff all night at the Pepsi Center for her Denver stop on The Bangerz Tour. The former Disney star took the audience on a candy-coloured thrill ride, working the crowd and leading an entourage of brightly dressed dancers and musicians. The performance was more than just big production and eye candy, however - Miley is talented and showcased some serious vocal power. See the amazing performance here! Photography by Glenn Ross.
Excitement surrounded Mardi Gras 2014 with a carnival of music, games, entertainers and beads! Dave & Buster’s commenced with a complete venue takeover - party goers were decked out in costume with tradition Mardi Gras colors to celebrate the night away. Multiple DJ’s , rooms and environments included two dance floors and multiple music styles to kept the night going. Top Flite Empire and Hypnautic & King Tef were special performers. Find the celebration and your photos inside!
A night of 1920’s and contemporary fashion was had, along with a speakeasy style bar & gambling at 3131 Osceola st to benefit Brown International Academy. Clothing retailers, Hair stylists and Makeup artists along with a variety of other businesses helped to raise funds in a bootleg themed fashion show and party. Find pictures of you and your favorite styles inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
Beta Nightclub hosted a night of strong beats and heavy bass on Friday the 28th. Local favorite, Coult-45, got the crowd warmed up with tasty tracks and skillful transitions. Sluggo kept the crowd bouncing with energetic dubstep tunes, followed by Chicago based, Regulators, who laid down a set of mixed tracks and samples that kept the energy high. In The Lounge, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. held a CD release party with Diego Santana, André Orcutt, Jason Timothy, and Sergei Loginov, all taking turns at the mixer. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Open Press 25th Anniversary Exhibition was filled with art made at the legendary Open Press Studio. Housing and supporting the creativity of artists in the local area and guests to Metro Denver, Mr. Mark Lunning's accomplishments were celebrated by the community last night. This evening was filled with intricate works of art and enthused viewers. Photography by Camille Breslin
The Gothic received a musical treat on February 28th when Hot Buttered Rum took the stage. This bluegrass band composed of 5 high school best friends had plenty of energy, talent, and instruments to get the crowd dancing and screaming for more. If you're not familiar with this type of music, they were sure to convert you to an instant fan by night's end. I wanted more! Photographer Delmy Gooch
The Kitchen Next Door held an opening reception party that benefited The Learning Garden. The food as very tasty and the staff was friendly, you can see some of their smiles in this gallery. The Kitchen in Boulder and The Kitchen Next Door in Glendale not only serve great food, they also support The Learning Garden. It is a non-profit organization that installs vegetable gardens into schools. If you attended this event you can find your photos in this gallery. Photography by Caitlin Savage
The Nuclear Cowboyz thrilled the Pepsi Center with a high-energy performance of acrobatics, pyrotechnics, martial artists and motocross stunts. The entire performance was a story told through masterful choreography of the Shaolin Kung Fu Warriors and gravity-defying freestyle tricks from X-Games winning medalists such as Taka Higashino, Twitch Stenberg, Jimmy Fitzpatrick and more. See the excitement here! Photography by Glenn Ross.
Rage by the Pound tour stopped by Beta Nightclub to celebrate Valentines Day, Friday the 14th. Local Sub.Mission resident DJ, Mystical Influence, started off the main floor with drum & bass rooted beats. Mayhem displayed his crowd control skills along with some heavy sounds and the legendary, SKisM, dominated the decks and crowd with technical precision and intensity. In The Lounge, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. hosted Mike Gervais and Nick Payne, who kept the room bumpin’ all night with incredible tech & house and included some deep old school cuts. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Wow! on Thursday, February 13th, Bring me the Horizon filled The Ogden Theatre with screaming and rocker fans. The band started their act with a bang of confetti. Who is this band? " Bring Me the Horizon are a British metalcore band from Sheffield, Yorkshire. Formed in 2004, the group currently consists of lead vocalist Oliver Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fishans." Photographer Delmy Gooch
This evening was the most anticipated event in most people's lives. The line to enter the show wrapped around the block. Pixies' were and still are an extremely influential band. The nostalgic songs that played last night did bring smiles and even some tears to the fully pack Fillmore Auditorium.Photography by Camille Breslin
Ronnie Radke and Falling in Reverse lit up the packed-to-capacity Ogden Theater and didn\'t pull any punches. The audience was electric as Ronnie charged from stage end to stage end while blasting hits old and new. The band\'s loyal and faithful belted out and threw their hands up to every song. See this electrifying performance inside! Photography by Brent Andeck
On Friday, February 7th, Lotus rocked out at The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver. The crowd went wild in the midst of music chaos and lights. "Lotus is an instrumental electronic jam band formed in Indiana in 1999 now based in Philadelphia, PA and Denver, CO. " The band is very popular in CO that there's a second show scheduled for February 8th. Photographer Delmy Gooch
Truth and Youngsta brought a night of heavy sounds to Beta Nightclub on Friday the 9th. Sub.mission resident DJ, Subliminal got the crowd and Funktion-One speakers warmed up. In The Lounge, a fundraiser to benefit the Colorado Music Festival & Center for Music arts was held along with a birthday party for VIP manager Jill (Lady J). P.U.N.C.H.I.S. kept the beats going strong throughout the night with DJs Broom Dawgg and Hipp-e as well as local residents Diego Santana, and Sergei. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
\"Upcycle\" was the word of the evening at the 4th Annual Good Exchange Fashion Show and Clothing Swap at the EXDO Event center in Denver. The event was held February 6, 2014 from 5:30-8:30 pm. Special guest hosts were Tim Gunn and Mondo Guerra, famed fashion stylists from Lifetime\'s \"Project Runway\" and \"Under the Gunn\". Also present were many local celebrities that participated as judges and models. Guests were treated to a fashion show featuring Denver\'s young fashion designers that used items that were \"upcycled\" and created fresh, unique ensembles. Models also showed off \"upcycled\" fashions that are available at Denver\'s Deja Blue Boutique. After the fashion show, guests were able to swap clothing in the adjoining warehouse, a communal clothing upcycle spectacular! Proceeds from the sold out event will benefit Goodwill\'s career development programs for at-risk youth, struggling adults and people with disabilities. Check out the gallery to find your favorite designs, celebs and photos of yourself! Photographed by: Rhonda DePalma
Fashion, style and pure sexiness are the flavor of this party; where the cool, trendy, rich and famous flock to enjoy hand-rolled Sushi, open bars with ultra premium liquor, as well as trays of delectable hors d\'oeuvres which are passed among the sleek-dressed guests by incredibly beautiful women. In this high end celebration, the best DJ’s in the world take it up a notch which translates into hot bodies, skimpy outfits and lots of glitter as people swarm in on the dance floor in a frenzy of dancing and singing. Cirque du Soleil performers and nationally recognized magicians and illusionists are added elements meant to enhance the experience. With two sold out nights and a bevy of Hollywood celebrities and athletes as guests every year..... It is a proven fact; “Leather & Laces” represents all that the Super Bowl weekend is meant to be: glamour, glitz and excitement! Photography by Daniel Rosenthal
Snowboard enthusiasts of all kinds have been gathering at the Colorado Convention Center for the SIA Snow Show. Boards, hats, goggles, and boots from more brands then you could count filled the convention floor. Check out this gallery for a glimpse of what the Snow Show has to offer. Photography by Caitlin Savage
The Sold-Out Chinese New Year Celebration at the Paramount gave everyone in attendance a real treat as they were taken on a journey to the far east. Guests enjoyed first-class on-stage shows by a team of 18 professional performing artists from The “Happy Chinese New Year” Troupe sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Culture. Feast your eyes on local talent performing acrobats, magicians, face-changing, folk and opera songs, the lion dance, Kung Fu, and other traditional dances. On stage were Internationally-renowned and award-winning artists from China and around the United States. If you weren\'t able to secure a ticket, come see our gallery to get an inside look at this fantastic show. Photography by Brent Andeck
There was no language barrier as the crowd got down to heavy beats from French group Dirtyphonics on the Function-One speakers at Beta Nightclub on Friday January 31st. Mat The Alien started off the main floor followed by Jakes’ crowd engaging set. In The Lounge, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. resident DJs Sergei, André Orcutt and Jason Ward kept the underground tech flowing all night. Find photos of you and your friends in this set. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
MAXIM Magazine celebrated the arrival of the Super Bowl in Style at the ESPACE nightclub in Manhattan with a sold-out two night event headlined by Kendrick Lamar. Sponsored by Talent Resources Sports, it was a red carpet affair that gave guests the opportunity to mingle with some of their favorite celebrities. Patrons enjoyed complimentary Patron, world-class DJ’s, a surprise appearance from Justin Bieber and his entourage of guards and a one of a kind NYC experience. Photography by Daniel Rosenthal
RJD2 was outstanding! The Bluebird Theater put on three spectacular acts last night. Man Mantis started the night out with some DJing while his brother accompanied him with live video projections. DJ Chonz brought back a mix of the classics and contemporary dance beats and groves with a hybrid of analog and digital DJing. And the Man of the Hour, RJD2 played all of his classic songs using a plethora of vinyls on five turn tables. He also had a video mash up of classic movies and live footage of him at work. It truly was an evening of amazing talents and creativity. Photography by Camille Breslin
SIA Snowdown was a sweat-fest on this snowy coloRADo evening at Denver\'s Fillmore Auditorium. DJ Jack the Ripper, Bass Physics, Solvo, R.L. Grime and Juicy J all performed on this evening of absolute insanity. The crowd was taking it to the next level or \"gettin\' TURNT\" as one gentleman said at the show. This evening of indulgent sin was a total success. Photography by Camille Breslin
MXPX drew out its loyal and faithful. After going 20+ years strong, they drew out a boisterous one. Asked by lead vocalist Mike Herrera \"Did you ever think we\'d make it back here?\" -- Denver resonated with little doubt in their voice. Mosh pit - check. Stage Diving - check. Colorado chicks rocking just as hard as Colorado dudes - check. See this punk performance inside. Photography by Brent Andeck
Snow and cold weather outside didn’t keep Denver’s fashionista s away from the hot fashion inside at the 2nd annual Westword Whiteout Fashion Show on Thursday January 30th. Akomplice, D’Lola, True Love, Equillibrium, Mona Lucero, and Ashley Smith were just a few of the designers showcasing their work. Food and Drink samples were at hand from Two Guns , the Lobby, Little Man Ice Cream, and Azucar Bakery among others. Pinot’s Pallet even had paintings in progress you could participate in. A portion of the proceeds went to benefit the American Transplant Foundation. Find pics of you and your friends inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
White Denim played an incredible upbeat show at Boulder\'s Fox Theater on January 28th. The group was filled with energy only bringing up the happiness of the crowd. Their opener, Moon Taxi was also a definite crowd pleaser and were even chanted to stay for an extra song. Both bands were lively and new age rock. Photography by Camille Breslin
Drum & bass legends, Planet of the Drums (AK1200, Dara, Dieselboy, and Messinian), rocked the Function-One sound system at Beta Nightclub this past Friday, January 24th Grym of the Sub.mission crew started off the main stage in style while upstairs in The Lounge, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. resident DJs Sergei, Michael Rosa, Diego Santana, and special guest, Kenny Hope, kept the room shaking with some fresh techno & deep tech. Find pics of yourself inside. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
The setting: Aspen, Colorado. The occasion: Winter X Games 2014. The celebration? Axwell and Tiesto! On the final day of the X Games two world renowed European DJs, Axwell from Sweden, and the Dutch Tiesto blew the crowd away with their mixes and their beats. Truly an amazing event to finish off an amazing week! Check the gallery for all the action of for pictures of you and your friends! Photography by: Adam Ripplinger
The Fillmore felt the funk on January 25th when The Motet played to a packed house. Orgone and Snarky Puppy played before The Motet took the stage to get the crowd jazzed. Check out the music section for a review of the show and take a look in the gallery for photos of you and your friends! Photography by Caitlin Savage
3 Doors Down performed in an intimate setting at Paramount Theater. What made this particular show unique were the cozy couches spread out on stage for lucky audience members to get a once in a lifetime experience. All songs were done acoustically and stories were shared from band members. Since forming in 1995, the Mississippi rock quintet has sold more than 16 million albums worldwide, garnered three Grammy nominations, two American Music Awards, and five BMI Pop Awards for songwriting. See this special performance inside. Photos by: Brent Andeck
Denver\'s own Rubedo featuring Ikey Owens of the Mars Volta just had their CD release party for \"Love Is The Answer\" at the spectacular Bluebird theater in Denver, CO. To help celebrate the cause, I Sank Molly Brown, The Other Black, and Tjutjuna all played and added to the immense hype. The crowd was raging, all smiles and some faithful followers even singing along side front man, Kyle Grey, guitarist, Alex Raymond, and drummer, Gregg Ziemba. The local music scene is growing rapidly in the metro area and Rubedo is causing a massive and positive reaction with it. Photography by Camille Breslin
An evening with Zoso, the premier Led Zeppelin Tribute band; accompanied by Bullethead, a most entertaining Van Halen (circa David Lee Roth) Tribute band. The house was rocked to their knees while riding the wave of tight pants and hairspray. Bullethead\'s antics included cheesy wigs, a bottle of whiskey, a fake plate of \"white powder\" on stage and a lifetime supply of pelvic thrusting. Watching Zoso was like seeing \"The Song Remains the Same\" live. Plant\'s slithery moves, Page\'s mystical guitar riffs, the steady rhythm of Jones and the thud that only Bonham could bring. The energy was high and it was like being launched back a few decades. Check out the gallery to find yourself and your friends! Photographed by: Rhonda DePalma
The first night of The Disco Biscuits\' Bisco Inferno was a sold out show at The Ogden Theater. The theater was full of enthusiastic fans who have been anxiously awaiting Bisco Inferno to begin! The Disco Biscuits played a great first night. Check out the gallery to see pictures of the show! Photos by: Jackie Collins
Beta Nightclub hosted legendary The Crystal Method on Saturday January 18th. Marshall Monica got the decks and the crowd warmed up, and local favorite Dragon played until The Crystal Method took over. The Lounge was bumping all night long to Durty Larry, D.O.H., J-Double, Pacman and Beardo. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
It was a packed house at the Ogden on Saturday night with Panic! in town, with very enthusiastic and passionate crowd! The Ambassadors and the Coulorists had no lack fans and played amazing sets as well to get the crowd ready for the great show led by Brendon Urie, and accompanied by quite a light show! Photography by: Adam Ripplinger
Kill The Noise brought his heavy sounds to a packed house at Beta Nightclub on Friday the 17th. Shank Aaron started off the night, followed by DJ Fury, with X-TS Emcee on the mic. P.U.N.C.H.I.S. resident DJ André Orcutt started the night off for The Lounge, with headliners Will Azada and Alex Falk of the Proper Trax label finishing out the night. Photos by Jeremy Stephen
Marking it’s 108th year, the National Western Stock Show had quite the energy on Friday night! The show, which lasts sixteen days, hosts one of the worlds’s richest regular season professional rodeos, largest horse show and Colorado’s largest trade show. The event also included a special Claire Davis Memorial Horse Show to honor the memory of the the Colorado school shooting victim. Photos by Crystal Rhea
Today was United in Orange Friday and it was Time to Ride! From Littleton to Lodo, Southwest Plaza to Civic Center Park, the Mile High was electrified with Broncofandemonium. Civic Center Park was ground zero for the festivities and hosted the Bronco Fan Rally. Fans of all ages wore their Orange & Blue. Some traditional, some eccentric. The Bronco\'s Drum Line performed mad beats that revved up the crowd, Vance Johnson made an appearance as well as the Bronco Cheerleaders. Check the gallery to find yourself amidst the sea of Orange & Blue. GO BRONCOS! Photographed by: Rhonda DePalma
On Thursday, January 16th, 2014, The Blue Bird opened the doors to Pickwick. \"Pickwick is an American indie rock, garage rock, R&B band from Seattle, Washington. The group initially started out as a folk band, but after a 2008 tour in California the group discarded its material and changed their sound. The band\'s name stems from Pickwick Records, where Lou Reed was employed as a songwriter in the 1960s.\" The band was full of energy and their electrifying sound got the crowd shaking, dancing, and moving to a whole new sound. The lead singer\'s energy and rocker voice the crowd wanting more. Photographer Delmy Gooch
What an evening of pure nostalgia and fantastic songs from the Talking Heads and everyone\'s classic 80\'s favorites. Naive Melodies played and performed all the greatest songs from Talking Heads! The Goonies, an \"Ultimate 80\'s cover band\" sang favorites like \"Call Me\" \"Total Eclipse of The Heart\" and many more. Neptune\'s Only Daughter was a spectacular and lively opener to start this fun filled evening off.Photography by Camille Breslin
On Wednesday January 16th, Voodoo Doughnut celebrated the opening of the new store located at 1520 E Colfax Avenue. Mayor Michael B. Hancock attended and preformed a ribbon cutting to welcome Voodoo Doughnut to Denver. Check out the gallery to see photos of the grand opening! Photos By: Jackie Collins
On Saturday, January 11th. 2014, Apricot Lane opened their new location in Centennial. The 2 year-old women\'s boutique relocated from the Denver area in order to expand their business. Justice Kwesi Kwarteng, the key player in the grand opening, coordinated 3 days of festivities, a fashion show, and grand prices for attendees. Photographer Delmy Gooch
Colorado had a special treat come to the Bluebird - Roniit - one of Colorado\'s own, performed with beautifully melodic stage presence. Described as an independent Dark Electro Pop artist, she had a warm, inviting demeanor about her, while being lyrically mysterious. This was the kind of music that drew the crowd in and made Roniit so enjoyable to watch. Roniit\'s debut album released in 2011 and has toured in over 30 cities. Come see this great performance inside. Photos by Brent Andeck
Denver came alive Friday night with lasers, smoke, and plenty of bass at the Ogden theater as Adventure Club, the DJ duo from Montreal took the stage, and as soon as they did the crowd went nuts! The openers including JonTron really got the crowd warmed up and set the stage for a great night! Check the gallery for pictures of all the action and of you and your friends. Photography by: Adam Ripplinger
What a night with the all American rock band, Fox Street Allstars at the Bluebird Theater. This high energy and extremely entertaining group threw a spectacular show that had the crowd dancing all night. Also, the opening bands, Sophistafunk and Wagon Wheel Chandeliers got the audience grooving! Photography by Camille Breslin
The National Western Stock Show Kick-Off Parade started at Union Station and went down 17th St. in downtown Denver. The parade was filled with horse mounted cowboys, cowgirls, Rodeo Queens & Princesses, the Wells Fargo stage coach, remote controlled cars, as well as live heard of steer, the CSU Ram, tractors and public officials. The crowd was in giddy-up mode and yeehaws were heard along the route as children collected candy. Denver couldn\'t have asked for better weather for this annual tradition that starts of the festivities of the National Western Stock Show from January 11-26th, 2014. Check the gallery to see if you can spot yourself or your cowboy boots in the crowd! Photographed by: Rhonda DePalma
Toronto based ill.Gates play his heavy beats at Beta Nightclub Friday the 3rd. Sub.mission resident DJs Caustic and Lotus Drops opened the main floor’s Function-One speakers, each with their respective bass heavy sounds. In The Lounge, DeviousD started off the night followed by Josh Manke laying down a 3 hour set. Photography by Jeremy Stephen
On Friday, January 3rd, 2014, Jacob rocked the house at The Soiled Dove Underground in Denver. Who\'s this 15 year old sensation? This is what his Facebook fanpage states : \"The Jacob Larson Band is a blues, funk, and soul collaboration, combining powerhouse vocals with a highly-polished groove, to provide an exciting and dynamic live performance for fans throughout the Denver Metro area.At 14 years of age, Jacob Larson possesses a prodigiously soulful and powerful voice, and demonstrates a vibrant and moving stage performance far beyond his years. His band is comprised of some of Denver’s most revered and veteran blues/rock musicians, Steve Crenshaw (guitar) and Brian Hornbuckle (Bass) and Jeff Weidert (drums) whose combined experience includes national tours, recordings with world-class artists, and opening appearances with The Allman Brothers, Delbert McClinton, and BB King.\" Photographer Delmy Gooch
For those that were able to rally some energy after the New Year’s Eve celebration and attend Cora Vette’s High Beam Burlesque show, it was well worth it! The girls were full of energy as they sang and danced to uptempo songs and rocked the Voodoo Lounge. The skin clad show included great laughs and drink specials. Be sure to check back weekly for info on their high energy performances. Photos by Crystal Rhea
The 10th Anniversary of 93.3 Keggs & Eggs at LoDo's kicked off with a Denver home town band One Flew West. Brick + Mortar followed, then another Denver home town band called 3OH!3, and finally wrapping up this amazing Friday the 13th show was Dirty Heads. Find photos of the crowd and the bands here. Photography by Kim Baker.
The lush and pig-centric event Cochon 555 came to the Ritz Carlton in Denver on Sunday! This amazing food & booze festival boasted chefs from the best restaurants in town including Old Major, Mercantile, The Corner Office, Harman's, Basta, The Nickel, The Squeaky Bean, and Western Daughters butchers. See the food and amazing chefs who competed here! Photography by Lindsey Bartlett.
The NOH8 Campaign is an international movement promoting love and anti-bullying ideals worldwide. Co-creator and photographer Adam Bouska came to Denver for a once in a lifetime NOH8 photoshoot, in which Adam photographed a huge group of Denverites whos powerful faces could even be featured in a national NOH8 campaign. View photos from the inspiring event here! Photography by Lindsey Bartlett.
Yoga Live presented by Kindness Yoga and Live Nation was an amazing morning full of wonderful energy and a fit, fun yoga class. Instructors cool, calm voice and lesson ended up being an unbelievable workout at yogis from all over Denver joined in the celebration. Find your photo from Yoga Live here! Photography by Romeo Fernandez.
The world's greatest snowboarding event once again came to Vail, Colorado for the 3rd consecutive year. Top riders from all around the globe competed in men and women's slope style and half pipe. Entertainment include free concerts from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Girl Talk, DJ Maseo & Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Grandtheft. See photos from the event HERE! Photography by: Roman Tafoya
Check out the dope performances by Yung Thug and Travis Scott at the Ogden Theatre in Denver 3/4. The crowd was absolutely pumped to watch the two rappers as they threw water, popped bottles, stage dove, smoked blunts, and killed it with flow and masterful set choices. Find your photo here! Photography by Lindsey Bartlett.
Motion City Soundtrack graced the Ogden theatre with their presence on Saturday night. Ten years since their debut album "Commit This To Memory", they played a sentimental and clear set that commemorated the best of the iconic album. Find out where all the emo kids went in our gallery here! Photography by Lindsey Bartlett.
Hozier came to the Ogden Theatre, Denver on Wednesday night and the sold out show was absolutely on edge to see this stunning performance. Less than one week after his appearance at the Grammys, Hozier front man Andrew Hozier-Byrne was filled with passion in his set list. Openers Asgeir killed it as well, find photos here! Photography by Lindsey Bartlett.
Standing in the barricade, you could feel it move with the amount of people cramped in the Fillmore anticipating Manson to take the stage. The crowd screamed and chanted as the band made their entrance. They played songs from their newest release and nostalgic songs that the crowd sang every word to. Photography by Camille Breslin
Last weekend of the National Western Stock Show wraps up in Denver, Colorado with some great events like Sheep Shearing, Stock Dog Trials - Cattle Finals. These dogs are truly amazing! And to complete your Stock Show experience a photo with a Brahma Bull or a Longhorn. Photography by Kim Baker.
X Games is known as one of the biggest extreme sports competitions in the Entire World - and this year did not disappoint. Athlete after athlete competed for X Games ESPN Gold, with death-defying vertical airs and unfathomable tricks and speed to match. Catch all the hottest action shots here complete with celebrity sightings, behind the scenes, VIP's, and a special ice-cold appearance by the Doggfather, Snoop Dogg. Photography by Brent Andeck
STS9's last night performing at the Fillmore Auditorium was yet another sold out event for Denver's music scene. The lights were glistening and illuminating the faces in the crowd and the entire building. Lots of dancing, smiles, and beautiful people to ring in 2015. Photography by Camille Breslin.