This Week in Concerts – Mac Miller, Young the Giant, Marc Anthony & More

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This week in Denver has the biggest names in hip-hop, the smoothest sounds in country and the famous and fabulous Marc Anthony. Spend all week in the Denver concert scene with  all the big names or dance in the dives listed in our “see also” section. Whatever music moves you want, we have a custom recommendation for every night this week.

Monday, October 31

This is the line-up to beat this week. If you enjoy heavy hitters in today’s hip-hop scene, then get yourself to Red Rocks Monday night. Vince Staples just released a very successful seven-track EP Prima Dona. Mac Miller just released his fourth album, The Divine Feminine and has had great reviews this year. What better way to spend Hall-o-Ween than with this scary good show.

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See Also:

Young Wicked @ The Roxy

The Naked & Famous @ The Ogden 

Chelsea Grin @ Summit Music Hall

Itchy-O @ The Gothic 

Zeta June and Rubedo @ Cervantes Other Side

CLASIXX and Tiger @ The Church Nightclub

Chew @ Lost Lake Lounge

Tuesday, November 1

Enjoy hit rapper A$AP Ferg in the intimate Denver favorite venue, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom. Fresh off his newest album, Always Strive and Prosper, A$AP Ferg is touring to promote new material and his consistent hard-hitting style. The album was dropped in April and its first single “New Level” featuring Future went gold in August.

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See Also:

Halfnoise @ Larimer Lounge

La Sera @ Lost Lake Lounge

Young the Giant and Ra Ra Riot @ The Ogden

Il Divo @ The Bluebird 

VietRahm @ Lion’s Lair

Zeke Beats @ Cervantes’ Other Side

John Statz @ The Walnut Room

Wednesday, November 2

Young the Giant and Ra Ra Riot are gracing The Ogden with two whole nights, which are quickly selling out. Despite being from opposite sides of the country, the bands make great tour partners and the show is slated to delight. Young the Giant are touring following the release of their third studio album Home of the Strange. Ra Ra Riot just released their fourth album Need Your Light in February of this year.

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See Also:

Sorry, No Sympathy @ Herman’s Hideaway

Machinedrum @ Club Vinyl

Har Mar Superstar @ The Marquis

Quinn XCII @ Larimer Lounge

Acoustic Alchemy @ The Soiled Dove Underground

His Golden Messenger @ The Bluebird

RIVVRS @ Lost Lake

Jones for Revival @ Cervantes Other Side

Mariner @ The Moon Room

Christy Hays @ The Walnut Room

Majid Jordan @ The Gothic

Thursday, November 3

Rae Sremmurd, the hip-hop duo based out of Atlanta, Georgia, will be tearing up the Ogden this Thursday. Best known for their platinum singles such as No Flex Zone and No Type, the two are a hype machine. This tour marks the release of their second studio album SremmLife 2.

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Also See:

William Fitzsimmons and Laura Burhenn @ Daniel’s Hall in Swallow Hill

No More Excuses @ Herrman’s Hideaway

Oryx @ Mutiny Cafe

Astronautalis @ The Marquis

FK A Genre Tour @ Beta

Nik Turner @ Lost Lake Lounge

Prayers @ The Bluebird

Soilwork @ Summit Music Hall

Termanology @ The Roxy

The Mystery Lights and The Savage Blush @ The Hi Dive

The Mondegreens and Codename @ Lion’s Lair

G Jones @ Cervantes Masterpiece

The Nth Power @ Cervantes Otherside

Friday, November 4

Just last year, Amos Lee recorded his only live album at Red Rocks accompanied by the Colorado Symphony. Lee’s latest album Spirit is his sixth studio album and encompasses much of his signature croon that is folksy, blues and rock. Enjoy this amazing set in the beautiful Buell Theater for a classy Friday night out.

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Also See:

Sean Patton @ Larimer Lounge

K. Flay @ The Marquis

Rittz @ The Roxy

Saul Hernandez @ The Bluebird

Safe in Sound Festival @ 1st Bank Center

Sweater Beats @ Lost Lake Lounge

Sturgill Simpson and The London Souls @ The Paramount

Nekromantix @ Summit Music Hall

Boys Noize and Sister City @ Beta Nightclub

Tattooed Strings @ The Gothic

Rising Appalachia @ The Ogden

Azizi Gibson @ Cervantes Otherside

Clay Walker @ The Grizzly Rose

Saul Hernandez @ The Bluebird 

The Haunted Windchimes @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Danny Barnes and Wood & Wire @ The Walnut Room

Saturday, November 5

Yelawolf and Bubba Sparxxx will bring their dirty south country and rap stylings to Cervantes Sunday night. Yelawolf is touring to promote his next full-length album that is still without a release date but in the mean time enjoy singles from his new EP Hotel. The show should walk the fine line between rowdy and poignant.

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Also See:

Nicolas Jaar @ The Gothic

For Today @ Summit Music Hall

Balance & Composure @ The Marquis

Sunflower Bean @ Larimer Lounge

3LAU @ The Fillmore

Marvel Years @ The Bluebird

Super Diamond @ The Ogden

Eldren @ The Hi-Dive

Steel City Jug Slammers @ 3 Kings Tavern

Mob Tactics @ Club Vinyl

Ivory Circle @ Lost Lake Lounge

Manufactured Superstars @ Beta Nightclub

Sunday, November 6

Spend Sunday night at The Pepsi Center salsa dancing and letting Marc Anthony romantically serenade you all night long. The prolific artist and multiple Grammy winner is a must-see in Denver this weekend. Grab tickets and a dancing partner to end your week in style.

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Also See:

Lydia @ The Bluebird

Fallout Fest @ The Moon Room

Flojo @ Cervantes Other Side

Niykee Heaton @ The Gothic

Montoneros @ The Bluebird

Guy and Keith Sweat @ The Bellco

Amanda Shires @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Alan Fitzpatrick @ Beta Nightclub

Rittz & Jarren Benton @ The Roxy

Black Market Translation @ Lion’s Lair

Jason Kelly & Friends @ Lost Lake Lounge

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