The Paramount Theatre is a concert venue in Denver, Colorado, located on Glenarm Place, near Denver's famous 16th Street Mall. The venue has a seating capacity of 1,870, but is a popular destination for large acts looking for a smaller concert setting. With spelling as Paramount Theater, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.HistoryThe Paramount opened in 1930 as a movie theatre, part of the Paramount-Publix Theatre Circuit, the exhibition arm of Paramount Pictures. The theatre itself was designed by the Chicago architectural firm of Rapp and Rapp, with decorations by designer Vincent Mondo, murals by Louis Grell of Chicago. The original main entry to the theatre was at 519 16th Street, where an entrance lobby was cut through an existing commercial and office building.The three story office and commercial building featuring what was then the theatre's secondary entrance on Glenarm Place, now the main entrance, was designed by the local architect Temple H. Buell. Buell's design is a modernized, art deco interpretation of the Gothic style, executed largely in cast concrete and white terra cotta.For several decades the Paramount enjoyed success as one of the premier movie houses in the Rocky Mountain region. Then, like other large movie theatres, its patronage declined as population and commerce dispersed into new suburban areas. The venue has survived and evolved, and now plays host to numerous concert and performance acts. The theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, and the city of Denver recognized it as a historic landmark in 1988. Eight years later, Sinbad performed his HBO comedy special "Son of a Preacher Man" here.
History of Support:
Bellco became the Theatre’s naming rights sponsor in November 2012. As a 76-year-old, Colorado-based credit union, Bellco is committed to giving back to the local community, and is proud to be able to invest in the arts and entertainment of our region by sponsoring the Theatre.
Bellco is one of Colorado’s largest credit unions with 19 branches and more than $2.5 billion in assets. Bellco offers a full range of financial products and services – including mortgages, auto loans and commercial and consumer loans – to more than 220,000 customers across Colorado. Membership to Bellco is open directly to individuals and businesses throughout the state.
For more information, please visit www.bellco.org
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The 1up - Colfax, the second Denver location of The 1up, is located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Opened in 2012, we boast the largest collection of pinball machines in the metro area and one of the largest in Colorado. Our arcade bar features more than 30 classic arcade games, 20 pinball machines, 3 lanes of classic Skee-Ball, 12 beers on tap, full bar of your favorite liquors and great drink specials.
Happy Hour is Monday-Friday from 3pm-7pm and ALL DAY SUNDAY.
A thinking person’s public house, Armoury is the perfect place to watch a game, have a conversation, or listen to music without being buried under an avalanche of banal mass media and insipid marketing. Armoury strives to create an ambiance of casual sophistication while maintaining a tone that subverts the tiresome status quo. So whether you want to support your team, chat with your mates, or enjoy some great live music, think first of Armoury and you won’t be disappointed.
Marquis Pizza was established in 2005 by the production company Soda Jerk. We have since perfected our art of pizza making. We use the highest quality ingredients while maintaining an affordable price. We are connected to the Marquis Theater and cater to the concerts and bands. We also cater to the vegetarian and vegan community. We work hard to ensure that you get the best pizza in the city!
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 Fillmore Auditorium (often known as The Fillmore Denver) is a concert venue located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. It holds the title of the largest indoor venue for general admission seating in Colorado.
At The Bakery, we focus on accessible, experimental creative projects. Come and perform your novel, sing your poetry, dance your painting, connect with other artists, or simply enjoy the art around you.
The Bakery Warehouse is a hub for creative communities. We host everything from local music to touring theater productions, poetry readings, comedy performances, and dance parties. During the week, the space is available for private rental events such as creative classes, meetups, and parties.
The Sherman Street Event Center is a historic building in the North Capitol Hill neighborhood of downtown Denver.The Moorish inspired building was constructed in 1907, as a meeting hall for the El Jabel chapter of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine . It has never been a true mosque in the Islamic sense. In 1924, having outgrown the building, the Shriners sold it to the Scottish Rite Masons, who renamed it. In 1995, the Scottish Rite sold the building to Eulipions, Inc. who converted it into a catering and events facility.
Located steps from the 16th Street Mall and the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the restaurant’s sunny front windows look out onto busy Curtis Street. The décor will reflect Baur’s enduring elegance, taking guests back in time. Old, decorative tile floors are being exposed and an original chandelier still twinkles. Spira even tracked down a large, ornate cabinet from the candy shop at a local yoga studio.
With the Baur’s legacy in mind, Spira began the hunt for a tenant who could connect Baur’s past with modern sensibilities–and is thrilled about opening a restaurant with a historic name. Enter Dory Ford, the proprietor of Baur’s, Est. 1872. A successful chef, restaurateur and businessman from California’s Central Coast, Ford focuses on sustainability and seasonality in his food for AQUA TERRA Culinary. Expect the menu for Baur’s, Est. 1872, crafted along with executive chef Robert Grant, to center on timeless classics.
New seating in the restaurant will largely be movable, accommodating various configurations for music performances. The M/A/S music program aims to give a stage to smaller ensembles in genres that often lack exposure: chamber music, jazz, solo piano and more. Two performance rooms can host CD release parties, ticketed performances and private events.
One of the rooms is gracefully separated from the larger restaurant space with stately French doors. Inside, the room’s high ceiling creates gorgeous acoustics for intimate music performances. Ample seating options and audio/video capabilities make the room a perfect place for meetings, luncheons, and gatherings of all kinds.
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]
The original goal of the National Ballpark Museum was to concentrate on ballpark memorabilia. Bruce Hellerstein meticulously acquired artifacts, bricks, postcards, jerseys, books, pictures and more. The collection grew to house seats from all the classic ballparks.
Some of his most significant collectibles include:
The light fixtures from the marble rotunda entrance to Ebbets Field, the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers
The arched window and cornerstone from Forbes Field, the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The “NY” drainage cover that Mickey Mantle tripped over in the 1951 World Series that permanently injured his leg.
Tribute to CO Baseball history
Autographed baseballs and bats
And much more...
The legacy of National Ballpark Museum is to pass on the passion and love for our National Pastime and its ballparks.
May all your baseball dreams come true!
Touch, taste, cook, eat and critique. At Cook Street, you’ll eat what you cook and talk about what you cook – every day. During your accelerated 16-week program you’ll enjoy 80% of your time cooking versus less than 25% in traditional programs and you’ll do it in an environment that’s committed to classic culinary traditions while utilizing modern techniques and fusion interpretations. Apply Today!