Denver City Council Questions AEG, Live Nation Contracts in Light of Virus
Although Denver’s iconic concert venue Red Rocks Amphitheater is currently a ghost town amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Denver City Council voted on two taxpayer-funded contracts with AEG and Live Nation. According to DenverRite, the agreements with the world’s two largest concert promoters totaled $10.5 million and are good... Read more
AXS Awarded $5 Million, Five-Year Contract From Denver Government
Ticketing company AXS was renewed for a five-year, $5 million contract with taxpayer-owned venues in Denver this week. The deal, which was unanimously voted on by Denver City Council members, makes AXS the official booking agent for venues like the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, the Bellco Theatre, the Colorado... Read more
Denver Set To Open First Cannabis-Friendly Concert Venue In April
In less than a month, alt-rock band Ween’s guitarist Dean Ween will open the world’s first cannabis-friendly concert venue in Denver, allowing guests to consume both music and marijuana. The venue, dubbed Dean Ween’s Honeypot Lounge, is set to open on Denver’s “Green Mile,” a stretch in the southern... Read more
Backdoor Link, Early Sales Mar Hamilton Onsale in Denver
Thousands of fans found disappointment in Denver on Monday, as tickets for Hamilton went on sale and the demand crushed the supply, leading to extraordinary delays and system glitches. Even worse, apparently a number of customers were able to use a special link that bypassed the entire queue, swooping... Read more