Fall is a beautiful time for change, pumpkin spice lattes, cozy cuddles and most importantly, music. Discover over 50 concerts and a variety of genres that’ll satiate your musical soul this week. From electronica to rap, indie vibes to soulful and sultry, experience the changing season inside your favorite music hall.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Recommended: Alessia Cara @ The Paramount

Only 2o-years-old, Alessia Cara has shared her soulful voice with the pop world and was warmly accepted. Her hit single “Here” catapulted her singing career and is the perfect song for anyone who hates getting dragged to parties. But you’ll enjoy partying with her at the Paramount this Monday.

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Also see:

The Dig @ Lost Lake Lounge 

Jessica Hernadez & The Deltas @ Marquis Theatre

Sean Hayes @ Larimer Lounge

Slayer and Anthrax @ The Fillmore

Cold War Kids @ The Boulder Theater

Brujeria @ Bluebird Theater

Wabakinoset @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Tuesday, October 11

Recommended: Miguel

Mixing elements of rhythm and blues, funk and hip-hop, musician Miguel lets his smooth style flow freely in his tunes. If you want a night where sexy meets dancing, you’ll want to join the Boulder crowd. He’s had some of his music remixed by other well-known artists, such as RAC and Tame Impala, and he dabbles in others’ music as well, such as when he covered Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love.” This artist has been in the music scene for several years now, but now appears to be advancing in his notoriety.

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Also see:

The Devil Wears Prada @ The Ogden Theater

Metro Station @ The Marquis Theater

The Amity Affliction @ Summit Music Hall

Okkervil River @ Bluebird Theater

Brian Culbertson @ The Soiled Dove Underground

Assemblage 23 @ The Oriental Theater

Alison Self @ 3 Kings Tavern

Wednesday, October 12

Recommended: Phantogram @ The Fillmore

The duo of Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter have been taking fans into dream pop dances for years, and their newly released album Three, albeit more poppy, elevates their electronica, trip-hop stance. It’s sure fire that you’ll get a taste of their new album when they take over the Fillmore on Wednesday. Dance your way through the night and give your eardrums a beautiful gift when you snag your ticket.

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Also see:

Midland @ Club Vinyl

Rumer Willis @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Young Creatures @ Hi-Dive

Hotelier @ Marquis Theater

Fred Hammond @ Temple Hoyne Buell Theater

Nataly Dawn @ Larimer Lounge

Vanna @ The Moon Room at Summit Music Hall

Thursday, October 13

Recommended: Jimmy Buffet @ Red Rocks

Ah, to visit Margaritaville is a chance of a lifetime. If you’re a “Parrothead,” you’ve already purchased your ticket. Jimmy’s sounds drift you away to paradise, sitting contentedly with tequila in one hand and a lime in the other. Make sure your dressed for the Rocks, however, and leave your tiki shorts and bikini tops at home. This man has been contributing to the music world for several decades, and you’ll want to see this legend belt out his jams at the Rocks.

Sold Out.

Also see:

Getter @ Ogden Theatre

Hoots & Hellmouth @ Hi-Dive

Euforquestra @ Fox Theatre

Knife Party @ Beta

Policulture @ Fox Theatre

Miss Tess & The Talkbacks @ Lost Lake Lounge

Wolf Van Elfmand @ Lion’s Lair

Friday, October 14


Recommended: Snowboard On the Block Fest

While this festival celebrates snowboarding, there will be good music going around for the two-day long event. With acts like Wolfmother, Chief Keef, Mimosa, MartyParty and Afroman, the streets of Denver are about to turn into a neighborhood-wide party. You can learn more about what the festival will include, such as joining pro riders on the snow stage, here, but sports enthusiasts and music lovers alike will surely have a grand adventure jamming out together.

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Also see:

Cake @ The Boulder Theater

St. Lucia @ The Ogden Theatre

Gojira @ Gothic Theatre

Rachael Yamagata @ Larimer Lounge

Mandolin Orange @ Bluebird Theater

Charlie Parr and Luke Callen @ Hi-Dive

Such @ Pepsi Center

Jay Martin @ Laughing Goat

Saturday, October 15

Recommended: Kishi Bashi @ the Gothic Theatre

Eclectic, witty and talented, musician Kishi Bashi will create a wonderland at the Gothic when his tunes hit the space. He has toured with various artists over the year, such as Regina Spektor and Of Montreal, and is celebrating the release of his new album Sonderlust. His signature sound resembles that of a good vibes only party, and his new album takes you into the world of retro styles as he experiments with brass, electronica and more. He is known for giving way to improvisation during his performances, so make sure you get to experience his show on Saturday.

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Also see:

Tall Grass @ The Lost Lake

Lettuce @ The Fillmore

Colbie Caillat @ The Lincoln Center

Dizzy Wright @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Brantly Gilbert @ Red Rocks Amphitheater

Edison @ The Moxi Theather

Cloak & Dagger Music Festival 2016 @ Club Vinyl

Sunday, October 16

Recommended: Ja Rule and Ashanti @ The Ogden

Your early 2000’s dreams have been answered. This powerful pair is coming to the Mile High and riding on the wave of nostalgia that has been churning up lately for young millennials. From Blink-182 to Brand New, fervor for our old favorite hits has created for some beautiful concert, and this one will be no different. The vibe will be energetic, sultry and care-free, so search high and low for your ticket if you didn’t manage to grab one before the venue sold-out.


Also see:

Ace Enders @ The Marquis Theater

Sandy Colfax @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Melted @ The Squire Lounge

Princess Dewclaw @ Streets of London Pub

William & The Romantics @ Mercury Cafe

Seafoam Green @ 3 Kings Tavern

Liquid Stranger @ Belly Up Aspen