Denver’s modern rock radio station rings in the holiday season with California pop-rock act Young the Giant headlining the annual concert. The lineup also includes Grouplove, New Politics, Bastille, Saints of Valory, and Denver’s My Body Sings Electric. Sun 6 p.m.
Join the CU College of Music's choirs, orchestra, ensembles, and faculty soloists for this spirited performance of cherished seasonal classics. The auditorium will be draped in festive decorations and filled with holiday cheer. Fri 7:30 p.m.; Sat 4 p.m., 7:30 pm; Sun 4 p.m.
Join boyhollow, founder of Lipgloss, Denver's longest-running dance night, and Fancy Matthew, owner of Fancy Tiger clothing, for an underground indie dance party. The night kicks off the pair's musical collaboration, MöVMENT, an experience that celebrates good taste in music and fashion. Artist, producer, and drummer for YACHT, Jeffrey Jerusalem, will DJ for the night. Sat 8 p.m.
They have the traditional jazz band setup with the piano-bass-drums combo, but traditional is one thing this trio is not. Along with performing their own original compositions, the group puts a unique spin on other genres—they’ve covered everything from Black Sabbath to Stravinsky. Sat 9 p.m.
We may be in the throes of a busy October, but take a mental trip to the beach with some fellow Parrot Heads while you listen to the laidback tunes of Jimmy Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band. The musician, writer, and businessman has been producing his humorous beachy tracks ever since his 1977 breakthrough hit “Margaritaville.” Tue 8 p.m.
The North Carolina-born hip-hop star started rapping and producing when he was just a teenager. A pair of chart-topping albums later, J Cole has a Grammy nomination and platinum single. Admire his carefully crafted lyrics, and don’t miss the special guest, rapper Wale. Tue 7:30 p.m.
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