Night Clubs In Denver

Denver locals are customarily a friendly bunch all that sun and natural splendor create obvious reasons to be cheerful. Add wine, beer and liquor to the mix, and Denverites can be positively jolly. A historical mining town with a long history of drinking and saloons, Denver nightlife is today a varied scene.

Legend has it that first building ever constructed in Denver was a drinking establishment and with a high brewery count per capita, Denver specializes in select microbrews and authentic breweries with a local, Western flavor. LoDo, or Lower Downtown, is a hip enclave of see-and-be-seen bars alongside packed sports bars. And saloons still have their place, albeit in this century they sport names like Martini Ranch.

Enjoy all that Denver nightlife has to offer, from top restaurants, and bars to dancing, comedy and exclusive clubs. If you need a place to crash after a night out on the town, be sure to check out Denver’s finest hotels. From the chic lounges and happening hot spots in Larimer Square and LoDo to the pulsating dance floors of the South of Colfax Nightclub District, The Mile High City knows how to let its hair down and party in style.

Beta Night Club
Guests at Beta move to a wide spectrum of music played on the main floor and in the Beatport Lounge--house, techno, dubstep, trance, hip-hop, trap and everything in between. Beta is by and for DJs though there are live acts as well, which might include vocalists, instruments, turntablism or controllerism. The owners

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Proof Night Club
Aimed at the 30-something professional crowd, Proof is energetic with a penchant for creating interactive, audience-participation events for its guests. Case in point: the ever-popular girls' push-up contest. Proof underwent a remodel last year and one result is a new nightly lightshow utilizing large pro-scale

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 Tracks Dates
Tracks dates back to 1980 when it opened as an after-hours bar. Today, its multiple dance floors and rocking parties keep it a staple on the Denver dance scene, as does its whoever-you-are-you-are-welcome-here vibe. Music on tap is likely to be Top 40, hip-hop and favorites from the '80s and '90s; occasionally there are live performances, too. Because dancing is hungry business,

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