Gearing up for Hall-O-Ween weekend is hard but lucking the 303 City is one big pre-game. There are amazing concerts everywhere you turn this week. From metal to pop punk with a little EDM and hip-hop in the middle, boogie down in style with our custom recommendations.

Monday, October 24

Recommended: Meshuggah @ The Ogden

Meshuggah, the extreme and experimental metal outfit from Sweden, will be shredding this Monday at the Ogden. The band is ramping up fans for their eighth studio album, The Violent Sleep of Reason, released earlier this month. Any fan of metal, as well as anyone with an appreciation of jazz, will enjoy the raucous sets that mash up quintessential death, thrash and progressive metal with notable elements of experimental jazz.

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See Also:

Margo Price @ The Bluebird

Gaby Moreno @ Goosetown Tavern

Tuesday, October 25

Recommended: Purity Ring @ The Ogden

Purity Ring, the Canadian, poppy EDM duo will be playing to a packed house Tuesday night at the Ogden. Take this opportunity to check out the chilly synth pop that has been amassing critical acclaim and literally breaking the internet since 2011. There was a single release in 2013 when fan reaction was so strong it crashed the servers of their online store.

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See Also:

Failure @ The Gothic

Lemaitre @ The Bluebird

Marillion ft/ John Wesley @ The Paramount

Lewis Del Mar @ Larimer Lounge

Wednesday, October 26

Recommended: The Boxer Rebellion @ The Bluebird

April of this year, the Boxer Rebellion released their fifth studio album, Ocean by Ocean, and are touring to promote it. The group’s fame as crooning post-rock additions to the grungier British invasion of the late nineties is always a welcome sound as the leaves are changing and there is a chill in the air. You do not have to take our word for it, just enjoy this star-studded music video and decide for yourself.

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See Also:

Young Rising Sons – Lost Lake Lounge

Billy @ The Marquis

Stryper @ Summit Music Hall

The Blondies @ Brik on York

The Magician @ Club Vinyl

$uicide Boy$ @ Cervantes Other Side

Thursday, October 27

Recommended: Giraffage/XXYYXX @ The Ogden

In case you were holding out, this is the show ideal for breaking out your Halloween costume. An ideal partnership between a DJ and a producer is hard to find but when two find their stride and tour together, the production is limitless. Dance the night away in style accompanied musically by this trippy duo.

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See Also:

Jewel Kid @ MILK Bar

The Mountain Goats @ Hi-Dive

Elanor Tallie @ Soiled Dove Underground

Katastro @ The Marquis

Benny Benassi @ Beta Nightclub

Russ @ The Gothic

SoDown @ The Bluebird

Nelly @ Cervantes Masterpiece 

Friday, October 28

Recommended: Widespread Panic @ 1stBank Center

Friday kicks off the weekend for Widespread Panic at the 1st Bank Center, snag a ticket for one day or the whole weekend. Hurry though, the cult following of this forever travelling jam band is ravenous and their holiday weekends are rumored to be the most fun.

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See Also:

Cole Swindell @ Grizzly Rose

The Infamous String Dusters @ The Fillmore

Through the Roots @ Summit Music Hall

Demon Knight Masquerade Ball @ The Gothic

Moon Hooch @ The Bluebird

Hosty @ The Oriental 

In The Whale @ Larimer Lounge

Lipgloss @ Bar Standard

Saturday, October 29

Recommended: Yellowcard @ Summit Music Hall

Scalp a ticket for Yellowcard’s Final World Tour but don’t tell anyone we said so. The band that for many millennials scored their summers in the early aughts is winding down a fun and vibrant career. Their last Denver stop is at Summit Music Hall, one of the most fun venues of Denver to act 21-years-old in. It may not be Ocean Avenue but for us in the 303, we’ll have to say our goodbyes at Summit.

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See Also:

Widespread Panic @ 1st Bank Center

The Infamous String Dusters @ The Fillmore

Islands @ The Marquis

Hayden James @ Larimer Lounge

Hallowfreaknween @ The National Western Complex

The Faint @ The Gothic

Z-Trip @ Beta Nightclub

Sunday, October 30

Recommended: Good Charlotte @ The Gothic

Speaking of the early aughts, Good Charlotte is in town on Sunday and they are not the only ones. Sunday’s musical line-up in the city was hard to narrow down! We do want to recommend Good Charlotte if only for their staying power, one of the few bands where just reading the name of any given single will get it stuck in your head. Enjoy the pop punk outfit at the Gothic and revel in the irony that their most famous song was critiquing the lifestyles of the wealthy and successful.

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See Also:

Kelly Price @ The Soiled Dove Underground

The Wonder Years @ The Ogden

Charlie Puth @ The Fillmore

Celtic Thunder @ The Paramount

The Sword @ The Bluebird

 

 

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