Denver Getting 4 New Music Venues In 2017

Dated: 01/02/2017

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Like it or not Denver is growing.   Denver's cultural scene is beginning to rival that of what use to be only found on the East or West coasts.

Here are the 4 new venues to open in 2017:

Free Venue at Levitt Pavilion coming to Ruby Hill Park

A fully-functioning FREE outdoor venue is something new to Denver.  Levitt Pavilion will be completely non-profit relying solely on sponsors and the city to make the open community possible.

Featuring 50 shows a year, the creators want to build a relaxed open lawn feel while giving the professional live music experience with state of the art sound and lighting.

The Black Box at 13th & Grant

A true home for underground bass music.  The long standing Grateful Dead Bar and Quixote's True Blue Bar has been replaced with the Black Box.

Hurley Place in the RiNo District  (or River North) 

The RiNo district has undergone an immense redevelopment over the years with new breweries, bars, restaurants, housing, galleries and venues replacing the old industrial warehouses.

A businessman named Bernard Hurley is planning on building a multi-cultural center that will include small to medium size music venues, both inside and outside.   Keep your eyes open for this new project.

The Black Buzzard - Owned by Oskar  Blues Fooderies

Will be located at 16th and Market in an old historic Denver Building, this 11,000 square foot location.   Will feature blues and bluegrass music along with smoking meats and cajun style dining.

So Denver has a lot more to offer in 2017.

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