This Week in Concerts – Trina, Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats, Old Dominion & More

This week after snagging your deccorations, enduring your office holiday party and being inendated with holiday music, take time to enjoy a concert. We have all the best shows and venues in Denver listed for your viewing pleasure. Whether you enjoy rock, rattling or rolling, our recommended concerts are guaranteed to enjoy.

Monday, December 12

Start the week off right with heavy metal powerhouse Mushroomhead at the Summit Music Hall. The masked ensemble has been touring and recording for over two decades and has the cult following to proove it. Their image and sound is avant garde with many unexpected influences to their music which brings a real theatrical quality to an already charged show.

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Also See:

Digitour Winter @ The Bluebird

Performance High @ The Walnut Room


Tuesday, December 13

Tuesday night, check out Animals As Leaders (AAL) at The Gothic. The progressive rock trio is well known for their djent sound a variation of progressive metal in sound and scene. AAL is promoting their fourth studio album that was released earlier this year titled The Madness of Many. Grab tickets soon, this show is slated to sell out.

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Also See:

Charming Liars @ The Moon Room

Wheels @ Lion’s Lair

The Brian Setzer Orchestra @ The Paramount

Red Fang @ The Blubird

Wednesday, December 14

Back in action after a decade, Planes Mistaken for Stars just released their fourth album Prey. The post-hardcore crew is back in town after a great reception earlier this year at Riot Fest and some fans may even remember when they were based out of Denver and released their second EP in 1999. You can check out Prey in its entirety on Youtube before heading to the intimate Marquis theater to get out your emo on humpday.

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Also See:

Bringing The Music @ Cervantes Other Side

Grim & Darling @ Lost Lake Lounge

Me Like Bees @ Herman’s Hideaway

Tele Novella @ The Hi Dive

Thursday, December 15

Rapper and producer Lupe Fiasco will be throwing down at the Fillmore on Thursday night to the delight of Denver fans. Fiasco, known for his concious hip-hop stylings, has numerous hit releases over the past decade. The outspoken rapper has had many outrageous moments live, in interviews and over the past two years on twitter and is not one to shy away from unpopular topics.

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Also See:

Betes @ The Roxy

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead @ The Ogden

PBR Art Showcase @ Summit Music Hall

Coral Creek @ Cervantes Other Side

Dub Skin @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Muuy Biien @ Lost Lake Lounge

X&G @ Larimer Lounge

Colorado Synth Pop @ The Walnut Room

Chris Laplante @ Herman’s Hideaway

Vale of Pnath @ The Marquis

Da Screech @ Lion’s Lair

Brothertiger @ The Hi Dive

Disco Lemonade @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Star Jammer @ 3 Kings Tavern

Friday, December 16

The Grizzly Rose will host hot country group Old Dominion on Friday night. Old Dominion has been dropping singles from their freshman album Meat and Candy over 2016 to great fanfare. The show is slated to be an enjoyable evening of up and coming county. Recent recipients of New Vocal Group of the Year from the Academy of Country Music, Old Dominion show great talent and should be a treat live.

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Also See:

Chino XL @ The Roxy

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats @ The Ogden

Louis The Child @ The Gothic

Greener Grounds @ Cervantes Other Side

Jan Ingber’s Funk Fellowship @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Necropanther @ Larimer Lounge

The Railbenders @ The Bluebird

Verses The Inevitable @ The Walnut Room

1000 Miles of Fire @ The Marquis

Rosedale @ The Moon Room

Dixie Deecupz @ Lion’s Lair

OKO TYGRA @ The Hi Dive

Citizen Dan @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

People Corrupting People @ Moe’s BBQ Englewood

That Eighties Band @ The Oriental

Saturday, December 17

With two shows this week, there is no excuse to miss the epic Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. The crew has two albums from the last two years, mix that in with Rateliff’s personal works and the recipe is for one fantastic evening of folk and americana. Enjoy the Ogden Theater at its finest with a friendly show and plenty of fresh tunes to sing along to.

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Also See:

Black Xmas @ The Roxy

Hometown For The Holidays @ Summit Music Hall

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers @ The Gothic

Disco Floyd @ Cervantes Other Side

Start Making Sense @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

The Blackouts @ Lost Lake Lounge

Rose Hill Drive @ Larimer Lounge

Emancipator @ The Bluebird

Luniz Yukmouth @ Herman’s Hideaway

Potato Pirates @ The Marquis

Dirt @ Lion’s Lair

DJ Dan @ Beta

South of France @ The Hi Dive

The Goonies @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Bear Antler @ 3 Kings Tavern

Ty Lord @ Moe’s BBQ Englewood

Face @ The Paramount

Sunday, December 18

Rap and trap are on the menu for another Sunday funday pick. This double header at the Ogden is going to be down and dirty. Rapper Plies will take to the stage with his trap stylings and new material from his upcoming fifth studio album Purple Heart. Trina just released a surprise EP this year to great reception and has only increased her skills over her varied career.

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Also See:

Ryan Sambol @ Larimer Lounge

Offerings To Odin @ Herman’s Hideaway

Distorted Cheddar Project @ Lion’s Lair

Kenny Larkin @ Beta

A Celebration of Leonard Cohen @ The Hi Dive

Jinx Jones @ The Oriental

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