Jim Gaffigan adds another show, Tech N9ne rolls through and more tickets on sale

Comedian Jim Gaffigan Included a fourth show at the Buell Theatre for The Pale Tourist Tour. The new show is going to be at 9:30 on Saturday, April 18. Gaffigan sold his two out Friday shows and nearly sold out a series before on Saturday. Tickets are $50-$80 and can be purchased on AXS. Rapper Tech
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Maroon 5 returns to Pepsi Center next summer with opener Meghan Trainor

Its lackluster Super Bowl halftime performance from February notwithstanding, Maroon 5 is back with a new single (“Memories”-RRB- and excursion which brings the band to the Pepsi Center on June 5, with the opening set from pop singer Meghan Trainor. Tickets are on sale at noon Dec. 13. (Prices TBA, altitudetickets.com) Los Angeles-based DJ and
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Avalanche fall to Maple Leafs 5-3 in Barrie’s return to Pepsi Center

DENVER — Tyson Barrie had a goal and an assist in his return to Colorado, leading the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 5-3 victory over the Avalanche on Saturday night. Auston Matthews also had a goal and an assist as Toronto earned its second straight win since Sheldon Keefe took over after Mike Babcock was
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Rockies co-owner Monfort’s McGregor Square is on trend — and at the center of a trend — in LoDo

Denver is a place. Ask all the millennials. It could be argued that fellow-urban-district-going-by-an-abbreviated-nickname, RiNo, has taken the summit in the last several years, but there are regions of Denver as concerned with what’s cool as LoDo. After all, it had been attention in Lower Downtown’s buildings and commercial buildings at the late 1980s and
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The Black Crowes reunite and announce Red Rocks show

The Black Crowes, including estranged brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, have flocked to observe the anniversary of their suitably termed “Shake Your Money Maker. ” The group will play Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 30, with tickets available at 10 a.m. Nov. 15. ($65-$165, axs.com) Strident English rock group Foals has been co-headlining a trip
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After postponing its last Denver concert, The Who is coming back in 2020

Individuals Who will return on May 2, 2020, to make up its postponed concert at the Pepsi Center from. That’s based on promoter Live Nation that morning, that announced a raft of fresh dates for the rock band that is enduring. Only a few days until it scheduled Denver series on Sept. 29, The Who
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Journey, The Pretenders, Trevor Noah and more Colorado shows on sale this week

Journey continues to chug and all its members and its ringer lead-singer, Arnel Pineda, who took over for Steve Perry at 2007 and aided the group recover its vacationing mantle. The group ’s latest trip visits the Pepsi Center on June 4 with an opening set from The Pretenders. Tickets are available at 10 a.m. Nov.
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12 Watches—Starting at $25!—Car Lovers Need to Check Out

2019 has become the year of their reissue, as producers have come to terms with the popularity of vintage-inspired designs modernized with substances and motions and pulled from their archives. In case rsquo, neoclassic isn &;t don something ’t worry: We’ve included a mixture of the two reissues and new versions in this variant of
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Killing Joke to open Tool’s North American tour

As if viewing Tool performing material from their brand new album Fear Inoculum wasn’t a fantastic enough reason to grab here. Tool with Killing Joke Tour Dates: 10/15 — Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center 10/18 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena 10/20 — Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center 10/21 —
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Week in Review: Official Definition of “Museum” Sparks Debate, Concerns Arise Over Suffragist Monument

Pepsi-Cola sign in Long Island City (via Wikimedia Commons) Week in Review is a weekly selection of stirrings from the world, developments, and news.  Subscribe to obtain these posts as a weekly newsletter. For nearly 50 years, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) has described the museum “a nonprofit institution” this “acquires, conserves, researches, communicates, and exhibits that
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