Opened in 1990, with more than 100 professional meeting planners working together with architects to design every aspect of the building, the result was simple; a sensible, state-of-the-art facility with easy traffic flow and everything you need in a stunningly beautiful building in the heart of downtown Denver. Expanded in 2005, well-known as one of the most practical and “user friendly” meeting facilities, the Colorado Convention Center is now home to over 250 events annually. The Colorado Convention Center is located within easy walking distance of over 8,700 hotel rooms, 300 restaurants, 9 theatres of the Denver Performing Arts Complex and a wide variety of shopping and retail outlets. NOTE: This page is for the promotion of events and activities related to the Convention and Tourism industry in Denver. This is not intended to be a community bulletin board or a suggestion box and as such we reserve the right to monitor and delete posts that are not in line with our organizational goals for this page. Please send any comments, suggestions, etc to: [email protected] Thank you!
The first ViewHouse was conceptualized in 2010 & inspired by Coloradan's fondness of sports, love for the outdoors & living a healthy lifestyle revolved around food, activities & all things local. ViewHouse Ballpark opened its' doors March 2013 in the thriving Lodo Ballpark Neighborhood of Denver, CO across the street from Coors Field & quickly became one of "America's Most Popular Bars 2014" via FourSquare.
The second ViewHouse location opened in Centennial, CO near the Denver Tech Center in August 2014 with similar aesthetics of the original location, plus new added components like more rooftop dining & one of the largest LED TV screens in Colorado - perfect for unparalleled gameday viewing.
Each ViewHouse location promises a vibrant atmosphere, animated staff, indoor & outdoor flat screen TVs & a variety of bar activities catering to the city's biggest sports fans, backyard game junkies & casual diners alike. Come enjoy 'The ViewHouse Experience' - enriching life with great eats, views & fun!
Beta Nightclub’s audio, visual, lighting and effects system is designed to complement the DJ and nightlife experience. With multiple innovations and constant evolution of the nightly production elements, we strive to bring a full sensory experience to all of our customers.
We are GREEN! We designed Beta to be as environmentally friendly as possible. The Beatport Lounge is 100% green and not just the color. The whole club was designed with this in mind by using sustainable products. Since our grand opening, we’ve made it a point to reduce, reuse, reclaim, recycle and use sustainable materials throughout Beta. We also institute a recycling program for our output by installing recycle centers at major traffic points in the club so that patrons can discard glass, plastic, aluminum and paper products appropriately for our environment.
As our slogan states, Beta Nightclub is the definition of “Club Culture Evolving”. At no point in time are we 100% complete, projects are constantly in the works while new ones are being brainstormed. Unlike other venues and nightclubs, we cater to any event’s needs, whether that means installing full LED panel rigs or simply adding over-the-top decorations throughout the club, Beta can exceed your expectations.
Please NEVER send funds for booking prior to verifying the person of contact as a valid Beta representative. If you are contacted by an address outside of the betanightclub.com domain, this is not a valid inquiry. For verification, please contact [email protected]
Award winning Denver convention center hotel located just one block from the 16th Street Mall. Featuring 60,600 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, 1,100 newly refreshed guest rooms with free WiFi, Altitude Restaurant, Strata Lounge and the 27th floor Peaks Lounge overlooking the Mile High City. All guest rooms feature free high-speed WiFi.
The Ellie Caulkins Opera House, which opened on September 10, 2005, is located in Denver, Colorado as part of the large Denver Performing Arts Complex. It seats 2,225. The Caulkins family pledged $7 million towards the enhancement of the lyric opera house and adjacent public spaces which were constructed inside of the Newton Auditorium.History of the theatreThe Municipal Auditorium, the largest in America except for Madison Square Garden in New York, was completed in time to host the Democratic National Convention in 1908. Mayor Speer and the Chamber of Commerce raised $100,000 to celebrate the July 7 grand opening of the Auditorium with Denver's first national political convention, when William Jennings Bryan was nominated to run for President for the third time.Originally, the building was a multi-purpose structure: it accommodated concerts, operas, theatrical shows, conventions, basketball, auto shows and even circuses, with flags flying from its domes and light bulbs outlining its pediments, cornice, and corners. The proscenium of the original building was designed to be portable so as to create different-sized spaces for different events. When the proscenium was in place, the building was a 3,326 seat theatre with an extraordinarily large back stage area. When the proscenium was raised, increasing the seating capacity to 12,000, the stage and backstage area became large enough to hold circuses and rodeos.For several years in the 1920s and 30s, Music Week was an annual event in Denver. Various communities of the state presented musical programs and most of the performances were in the Auditorium. An opera or operetta was commonly included in the offerings.In 1921, a company of Denver musicians performed Flotow's Martha in May; of special historical significance was the fact that the two performances were broadcast by radio station 9ZAF, the first time ever that a full-length opera was broadcast.
Located on the outskirts of Ballpark and RiNo, Denver's seminal indie rock venue, Larimer Lounge, is known for its gritty charm and tastemaker shows.
More than a decade old, Larimer Lounge is nationally known as a first stop for up-and-coming bands, and has hosted names like Arcade Fire, The Killers, Cut Copy, Portugal. The Man, Schoolboy Q, The Lumineers and more.
Epernay Lounge is a contemporary restaurant & champagne lounge located at 1080 14th Street, in the heart of Denver’s Theater District. The establishment was recently awarded #1 Lounge in the nation by the Bar & Nightlife Media Group for 2014. The menu takes on classic sushi offerings, with the freshest selection of fish you can find, as well as unique globally inspired dishes. Epernay Lounge is locally owned and operated so we take pride in hand selecting our food items for seasonal combinations; all designed to amaze. Our mission is to support local farmers in the Colorado area to obtain the finest and freshest of meats and organic produce.
Epernay Lounge specializes in coordinating large corporate buyouts, private celebrations, networking events, non-profit fundraisers, and locally recognized events in the fashion and entertainment industry. Whether you are seeking a happy hour spot with colleagues, drinks in the lounge after a Theater show, a night out with some friends, a romantic dinner for two, or a place to host a gathering; Epernay Lounge will make it an unforgettable experience.
Epernay Lounge is proud to offer one of Denver's largest champagne menus.
Rhein Haus is a two-story, 14,000 square-foot Bavarian-inspired restaurant with house made sausages, pretzels, and other authentic eats, 24 German and local drafts, Bavarian-inspired cocktail list, and four indoor bocce courts. Please visit our webpage at www.rheinhausdenver.com for additional details and reservation info!
The Savoy at Curtis Park occupies the second floor of a landmark Victorian building. Built in 1887 and residing in the historic Curtis Park Neighborhood, the second floor was used as a private social club with a dance floor/social space, lobby, and lounge. Today, it remains as one of the few surviving spaces of its kind in the city of Denver.
A short walk from Coors Field, adjacent to the RiNo Arts and Entertainment District, the building was renovated in 2001. In 2012 the second floor was restored to its original configuration and the maple and cherry wood floors were returned to their original luster. The room and the lounge retain their original pressed tin ceilings and both spaces are illuminated by the original nine foot windows that offer city and mountain views.
Offering affordable rates and a capacity of 275, the Savoy at Curtis Park is able to accommodate a wide range of dance, performance, and social uses; so be it a dance class, wedding, rave, concert or business gathering, give us a call and let us show you the Savoy at Curtis Park.
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The Corner Brook Civic Centre, previously named the Canada Games Centre and the Pepsi Centre, is a 3,100-seat multi-purpose arena in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It was home to the ice hockey, figure skating, judo, and squash events of the 1999 Canada Winter Games. The facility is currently being operated by Grenfell Campus, Memorial University through the Western Sports and Entertainment Board. The Pepsi Centre was the home arena of the Corner Brook Royals before they moved to Deer Lake. The facility also includes a second, smaller, arena to host small scale ice events, as well as the "Pepsi Studio" capable of hosting large-scale conferences and sporting events.On September 11, 2005, the Pepsi Centre played host to an exhibition game of the then newly formed St. John's Fog Devils (later the Montreal Junior Hockey Club, and now the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada) of the QMJHL versus the Ottawa 67's of the OHL. The arena played host to an AHL exhibition game between the St. John's IceCaps and the Syracuse Crunch on October 4, 2012, in Game 1 of the Mary Brown's Cup three-game series sponsored by Mary Brown's Famous Chicken & Taters, coinciding with the IceCaps' training camp for the 2012-13 AHL season.
Work, Play, and Stay at 2127 Larimer: A private loft and rooftop deck in Denver's Historic Ballpark District. A renovated boarding house and brothel built in 1893, it features versatile spaces that combine historic elements with modern amenities.
Available for studio space for photography and video shoots, dance, VIP events, meetings, and short-term residential rental.