This Week In Concerts – The Wood Brothers, Fitz and The Tantrums, Young Thug & More

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Another week of amazing shows in Denver starts Monday, every genre is represented by a serious heavy hitter. Take a little time out of holiday shopping and treat yourself to a great night out at any one of Denver’s amazing venues and check out our recommendations to rock out all week.

Monday, December 5

Catfish & The Bottlemen will be at The Ogden theater Monday night. Their tour commemorates the May 2016 release of their second studio album The Ride. The British rock outfit has had great success with their newest album in the British rock charts and their U.S. branch of the tour is a great opportunity to see some quintessential rock music. What better way to start your week?


Also See:

Toh Kay @ The Gothic

West Side Saints @ Lion’s Lair


Tuesday, December 6

Hip-hop powerhouse PartyNextDoor will light up your Tuesday night at the Fillmore Auditorium. PartyNextDoor, the Canadian rapper and song writer, is known as Drake’s protege and has worked alongside many famous names in the 2016 hip-hop landscape. PartyNextDoor’s newest album PartyNextDoor 3 is exemplary of his style and talent as a song writer. Make sure and snag tickets to enjoy a really solid hip-hop show.

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Also See:

SOMO @ The Gothic

Quentin @ Lost Lake Lounge

Rooney @ Larimer Lounge

Fat Nick @ The Marquis

Zach Quinn @ The Moon Room

Black Market Translation @ Lion’s Lair

Lochness Mobsters @ The Hi Dive

Home Free @ The Paramount

Wednesday, December 7

Summit Music Hall is offering an amazing opportunity to rage all night on humpday –  The Forged in Fire tour brings In Flames and Hellyeah! to the mile high city. Both groups have rabid cult followings and the show is slated to be a raucous night of groove metal and a mix of dancing and moshing. Hellyeah! just released their fifth studio album Unden!able; look out for their Phil Collins cover. In Flames, the prolific Swedish heavy metal band, have Hellyeah! beat this year having just released their twelfth studio album Battles. 

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Also See:

Illenium @ The Ogden

Ethan Griggs and Sonder Ensemble @ Lost Lake Lounge

Herestofightin @ Larimer Lounge

High Fiction @ The Walnut Room

Sunshine James @ Herman’s Hideaway

Hands Like Houses and Our Last Night @ The Marquis

Chase Rice @ The Grizzly Rose

Kool Keith @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Weird Wednesday @ 3 Kings Tavern

Nightmares On Wax @ Cervantes Masterpiece

Thursday, December 8

Speaking of a rocking week of double headers, Thursday night might take the cake in terms of range and star power. Fitz & the Tantrums are back in town quickly after their well-received performance at Riot Fest earlier this year. Their June self-titled studio release and its singles have been a sensation and are reaching critical acclaim. Plus, Gavin Degraw, who recently released his sixth album Something Worth Saving, will be very worth checking out. With any luck both acts will play all their fan favorites so everyone can dance the night away.

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Also See:

Still Me @ The Roxy

Illenium @ The Ogden

Sonata Arctica @ The Gothic

Flux Pavillion @ Cervantes Masterpiece

Viretta @ Lost Lake Lounge

Attlas @ Larimer Lounge

Lil Durk @ The Bluebird

Meet The Giant @ The Walnut Room

Tyler Van Kirk @ Herman’s Hideaway

Diane Coffee @ The Marquis

Bad Engrish @ The Moon Room

Ultra Violet @ Lion’s Lair

Love & Theft @ The Grizzly Rose

Jim Brickman @ The Paramount

Friday, December 9

Enjoy a night of Colorado natives jamming out on Friday. The Ogden will host the Wood Brothers, originally born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. The brothers and their third, Jano Rix, are prolific artists majoring in blues and folk. The trio’s long history of intimate music will bring a fulfilling set to life and should make for an incredible show.

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Also See:

Meadow Mountain @ The Walnut Room

Lola Black @ The Gothic

Papadosio @ Cervantes Masterpiece

Broccoli Samurai @ Cervantes Other Side

DJ Heather @ MILK Club

Jack Novak @ The Church

Sam Outlaw @ Lost Lake Lounge

Warm Brew @ Lost Lake Lounge

Creature Canopy @ Larimer Lounge

Cowboy Mouth @ The Bluebird

Postcards @ The Marquis

Leftmore @ The Moon Room

Trampa and Pogman @ Beta Nightclub

Nova Fest @ The Hi Dive

Josh Gracin @ The Grizzly Rose

Lady & The Gentlemen @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Cult of the Lost Cause @ 3 Kings Tavern

Hot Apostles and Sparkle Jetts @ The Oriental

Saturday, December 10

Cult classic the Crystal Method will be taking advantage of the nation’s best sound system at Beta on Saturday. Talk about a party in the making. The duo of EDM DJs have a long and varied career with new music released frequently for over the past twenty years. Their songs have been kept alive with appearances in television, film and video games. Their video for “Over It” is very entertaining but may be NSFW.

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Also See:

Madchild @ The Roxy

Michael Franti Trio @ The Ogden

Denver Black Sky IV @ The Gothic

The Travelin’ McCourys @ Cervantes Masterpiece

Cornmeal & Henhouse Prowlers @ Cervantes Other Side

The Martinez Brothers @ Club Vinyl

A Mac DZ @ Lost Lake Lounge

Brent Cowles @ Larimer Lounge

Stephen Kellogg @ The Walnut Room

Float Like a Buffalo @ Herman’s Hideaway

Helmet @ The Marquis

Scotty ATL @ The Moon Room

Cody Statz @ Lion’s Lair

Plastic Daggers @ The Hi Dive

Dam Funk @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

The Nadas @ The Oriental Theater

Papadosio and Wildlight @ The Fillmore

Sunday, December 11

For this week’s Sunday funday pick, enjoy a little trap music at the Ogden Theater compliments of southern rapper Young Thug. Known for his unique style both in performing and personal dress, Young Thug is garnering national attention for his eccentric persona. This show will perfectly sum up another crazy week in Denver. Grab tickets as soon as possible.

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Also See:

Living Legends @ Cervantes Masterpiece

Afton Showcase @ Cervantes Other Side

Seren @ Lost Lake Lounge

Dave Simonett and Dave Carroll @ Larimer Lounge

Against the Current @ The Marquis

Over the Castle @ The Moon Room

The Living Deads @ Lion’s Lair

Route 94 @ Beta Nightclub

Crowder @ 1st Bank Center

The Music Train @ The Oriental


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