Show You Should Know – Turkuaz at Ogden Theatre

Turkuaz is a musical experience unlike any other. The group packs their stage with multi-instrumentalists dressed in a rainbow of colours plus belt out an eruption of all “powerfunk” — a union of funk, alternative, rock, R&B along with psychedelia — to a entranced audience. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, the group has started a
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Review – The Knocks Took The Bluebird To Studio 54

Cue the house lighting the rush of passing talks — the resolution into dance , the intrigue — it’therefore showtime, along with the Knocks are doing. The New York-based electronic duo looks combined together ‘The City That Never Sleeps,’ a Studio 54 version, remastered into the lifeline of now. Indulgent and hedonistic since the former
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Middleman Introduces Late Night Happy Hour

The Bluebird District cocktail pub voted among the best new bars in Denver — has recently added a happy hour. The inverse happy hour is likely to create a splash starting December 1, 2018. Specials run to close Monday through Thursday and all day Sunday, calling for drafts, well beverages and Four Roses old fashioned.
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Sally Field is Coming to Denver to Discuss Her New Memoir

From the display to the stage and to the page, Sally Fields hasn’t ceased to amaze audiences the world over with her genuine shipping. Now Denver has a opportunity to be amazed first hand.  On November 17 — Sally Field will share her new memoir, In Pieces, in the Trinity United Methodist Church on Broadway.
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Free Night at the Museums and more top picks for Denver Arts Week 2018, Nov. 2-10

Denver Arts Week is 1 part advertising for the region’s ethnic offerings and also one area inspiration for civic-minded citizens to get out and make the most of all the great things going on here. The simple fact that it includes a couple of excellent bargains on local attractions which makes it hard to resist.
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17+ Scary, Sci-Fi and Suspenseful Movies to Check Out at Denver Film Festival

What can possibly make Halloween even better this year? For all of us, it’therefore the start of Denver Film Festival, that takes place on October 31. Forget about the 13-night-marathon of scary movies leading up to Halloween and instead, focus on the 13 nights afterwards. For 2018, Denver Film Festival comes with almost two weeks
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Review – Troye Sivan Reminded Us It’s Okay to Be Gay

The South Africa-born, Australia-raised Troye Sivan created his way through Denver last night about the final leg of his nation-wide tour. Sivan, at just 23, has worked with the likes of Ariana Grande, Martin Garrix, Broods, Alessia Cara, Charli XCX and more. He also ’s also an actor — Sivan played with a youthful Wolverine at X-Men:
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Shows You Should Know – Trevor Powers To Bring ‘Mulberry Violence’ to Denver

Youth Lagoon is no longer — Trevor Powers killed him. Powers’ former alter ego, a job of indie-rock and psychedelia arrived in 2016 into a conclusion. Born from the ashes of Youth Lagoon, Powers reimagined himself at the progressive experimental electronic music of their namesake. Gone will be sheepish persona and the brown curls washed
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Review – The Presets Galvanized The Bluebird

Ironically, The Presets — Australia’s foremost punk-electronica duo graced a small crowd at The Bluebird Theater last night touring behind their latest album, Hi Viz. For many, The Presets exist in the now-mythical universe of overdue ’00s electronica alongside artists like Digitalism, Justice and Simian Mobile Disco. “Bloghouse,” as the genre was later dubbed has
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Here’s the First Wave of Films for Denver Film Festival 2018

– Denver Film Festival (DFF) is back this October 31 through November 11 with 12 full days of screenings. That’s correct — 12 days of screenings.  Over the duration of the festival, Denver Film Society (DFS) is playing over 250 films, most of which are seeing the light of day in Colorado — or the United
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