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Functional Studio To Get the Job Done
From $100/hr
Functional Studio To Get the Job Done
Denver, CO
River North Media Company is Colorado’s premier one-stop-shop for all things creative. Bringing together some of the area’s most talented and experienced videographers, photographers, artists, and content producers, our state-of-the-art studio is ready to fulfill all of your media needs. The Video & Photo Studio Get the best-looking photos and videos with our 20’x12’ cyclorama wall! Create professional results with a professional look by utilizing our top of the line lighting rig that includes: Control Room Our onsite control room is your ticket to the perfect audio mix! Full audio and DMX consoles along with studio monitors allow you to fine tune your work to get that end result you didn’t even think was possible. Getting Ready Area Stay cool and cozy in our Green Room, complete with LED mirrors, comfy chairs, and plenty of counter space. To get the best results, we know you have to feel good throughout the process. So kick up your feet and relax! The Kitchen Our fully functional kitchen has everything you could need to film your own culinary special or just to cook up some snacks for your crew during a long day at the studio. Kitchen amenities include: The Podcast Studio Our studio offers the best spot in town for recording and mixing your podcast! With features including a four-mic setup, a Zoom H6 audio recorder, and 3-camera live switching, you’ll get the production quality you need in a comfortable environment sure to bring out your best.
From $200/hr
Unique historic bar and building in Denver, CO
Denver, CO
A unique historic bar in Globeville that used to be a community center and Slavic speakeasy in the 1930s with a Brunswick back bar from the 1890s. The bar is adorned with vintage wallpaper in the front room as well as in the back parlor area. The front room has vintage green walls with wallpaper below the wanes coating and tall ceilings, the parlor room has wood-paneled ceilings and concrete floors with a large rug on it. We also have a disco ballroom with brick walls and a small stage. The entire space is filled with antique furniture, retro art and keepsakes, and bursting with plants. We also have a patio area, the exterior is red brick with white polish brickwork and the only bar sign is an old Budweiser sign from the 1960s.
From $1100/hr
Relaxing Music with Pool & Darts
Denver, CO
We all need a place to relax after work, so why not do it with a drink in your hand? If you're looking for Local bands or know someone you'd love to listen to! Come & join us! After you grab a drink, feel free to ask any of our staff to borrow a pool cue or set of darts and play away!
From $250/hr
Futuristic Event Space
Denver, CO
Lumonis is a futuristic event space that consists of a Light Art Gallery and Performance/Meeting Space Lumonics is a multi-sensory environment intended to bring you into a state of comfort and expanded awareness. To that end, we utilize all the art modalities we can lay our hands on: light sculptures and water fountains, lasers, music, special effects, and video projection. “If you've been by Lumonics Light & Sound Gallery, then you already know it's unlike any other gallery in the city. Artist Dorothy Tanner sculpts amazing, impossible-to-describe works featuring light as a main component; the gallery also plays host to events that include music, yoga classes, meditation, Chinese Qigong, and workshops on expanding your consciousness.” Amber Taufen, Denver Westword Best Art Gallery/Party Space - Westword

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About Denver

Located smack dab in the middle of Colorado, Denver is known as the “Mile High City” thanks to its unusually high altitude compared to the surrounding area. You’ll find mountains just north of the city and a mix of suburban and urban living very close together. The temperature can range from the upper 90’s in the summer to -20 in the winter.

Folks that live there or visit love the variety of the different seasons as well as all the parks, nearby hiking trails, and a plethora of indoor and outdoor activities. Urbanites also enjoy the fact that the inner city areas are laid out in a perfect grid pattern.

Concert Options in Denver

Putting on a Denver concert is about more than just showing up with your instruments ready to jam. After you find the right concert venue, there are a whole host of arrangements to make in order to actually pull off your concert. Finding the right suppliers and amenities in Denver will go a long way to making your concert a success.

  • Equipment

Chances are, you have your own instruments and gear, but that doesn’t mean you have everything you need at all times for the concert. Depending on the type of concert, you could need everything from backup instruments to sound equipment. Whether you’re playing your first gig or a seasoned pro, you never want to be unprepared when it’s time for a show.

  • Merchandise

Part of the way that many artists make money is by selling merchandise at their concerts. Having t-shirts, CDs or records, and other products available for fans to buy at the show is an important part of the concert experience not only for the artists but for the fans as well. Even new performers usually have CDs to sell in order to make some extra money, but getting merchandise and setting up a place to sell will take some assistance.

  • Advertising

It’s hard to put on a concert if no one knows you’re holding it. Part of the way you get the word out for a local concert is by advertising through local channels. Sure, social media and other outlets work, but using local media, radio stations and other outlets will draw in the hometown crowd. Paying for advertising in local papers and magazines or even using traditional posters and flyers and word of mouth is a great way to spread the word about your concert.

  • Staff

The last thing you need to make sure you have enough of is staff at the Denver concert venue. Having a roadie is great, but it takes a lot of people to put a concert together, making sure you have security, equipment managers, sound technicians, and other personnel on hand to handle logistics.

Concert Companies in Denver

It takes a lot of support to successfully pull off a concert. Here is a look at some of the local amenities that can help you make sure the concert goes off without a hitch.

  • Sound Town

Billing itself as the “working musician’s equipment store”, Sound Town sells sound equipment, lasers, and gear like amps and instruments. What’s more, they are a full-service business, offering sales, rentals, and even repairs. Whether you need new gear, need to rent gear, or just to get your old gear fixed up, Sound Town is a great resource to use before your big concert.

  • Greater Than Entertainment

If you need an equipment supplier that helps with both front end and back end supplies for your concert, then Greater Than Entertainment is the place to go. Offering all types of audio equipment, lighting, and sound equipment as well as mixers and back end gear, you’ll have everything you need for whatever type of concert you put on. Greater Than Entertainment takes it a step further with rental equipment and even helps with installation.

  • PRG - Denver - Production Resource Group

PRG provides high-quality custom-crafted gear for any concert situation you can think of. Whether you need monitors and production equipment, lighting, or sound, you’ll find it at PRG. One key difference of PRG is that they provide a wider variety of products than other companies and can even custom craft things like rigging to make it possible to put on the show of a lifetime. Finding everything you need in one place is very convenient.

Pros and Cons of Concerts in Denver

Denver has a lot going for it if you’re in the market to hold a concert. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its downsides too, though.


  • Variety of concert-goers
  • Easy access to amenities
  • Great scene for networking
  • Easy to find inspiration
  • Helpful concert community


  • Winters can be tough
  • Denver can be more expensive
  • Accessibility to venues can be an issue
  • Parking is a nightmare
  • Denver can be overcrowded, raising prices of venues

Famous Locations in Denver

  • Denver Botanic Gardens

One of the places you have to visit if you’re in Denver and love nature is the Denver Botanic Gardens. With every type of plant imaginable and different things going on all the time, there’s always something to do or see at the gardens and with events and exhibitions going on all the time, you’ll never be bored when you visit. When you’re done exploring the gardens book a gig at one of the many local bars that allow relaxing music, pool, darts, and other fun, especially if you’re looking for a place to put on a more casual performance.

  • Larimer Square

Situated in the historic district of Denver, Larimer Square is home to many trendy restaurants, shops, and businesses in some of the oldest buildings in the city. With a mix of dining, shopping, and nightlife all combined with the historic charm of 100+-year-old buildings, there are plenty of sights to behold in Larimer Square.

  • Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

You’ve likely heard of Red Rocks as one of the greatest concert venues in America. Part concert venue and part natural wonder, there’s plenty to see and behold in Red Rocks even when there are no shows being performed. People love to hike and tour the grounds and take in the majestic scenery during the off-season and then thousands come together for a show whenever events are happening. It’s definitely a can’t miss spot located just outside of Denver in the town of Morrison.