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All Shows in Denver - February 2016

Our carefully curated selection of the Shows in Denver for the month of February 2016


: Closes 28th February 2016

The darling of the 2014 Tony Awards, A Gentleman's Guide earned an eye-watering ten nominations and won four, including Best Musical and Best Book. This mad-cap celebration of silliness is now heading out to conquer the rest of America! More info

: Closes 13th February 2016

It's time to journey down that Yellow Brick Road once again, with this re-imagining of the classic musical, which features additional new songs songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Join Dorothy on her quest to reach Emerald City, and thwart the plans of the Wicked Witch of the West. More info

: 12th February

Never one afraid to speak his mind, Bill Burr can deliver an elegant rant on just about anything. Relationships, dating, sexuality, sports, race - you name it, Bill Burr's straight-shooting, wise-cracking antics cover it all. More info

: 15th February

Black Sabbath are one of the world's premier rock bands and one of the founders of metal. The band formed in England in the late 1960s with the infamous Ozzy Osbourne providing howling vocals and on-often antisocial stage antics. In 2016 Sabbath embark on The End Tour, which has been billed as their final ever! More info

: 23rd February

With their 15th studio album about to hit the shelves in January, LA-based thrash metalheads Megadeth have announced their supporting Dystopia world tour, set to take place in spring 2016 and covering 12 states, as well as Canada, before heading out across the globe. They'll be joined by fellow metal acts Suicidal Tendencies, Children of Bodom and Havok in support. More info

: Closes 28th February 2016

Fall down the rabbit hole with the Colorado Ballet as they present Septime Webre's internationally renowned Alice in Wonderland! With a score by Matthew Pierce and costumes by Liz Vandal. Follow Alice on her magical journey and be transported to the marvellously strange world of Wonderland, where nothing is as it seems... More info

: 14th February

There's a 90s RnB reunion going down at the Bellco Theater this Valentine's. Bringing the smooth and silky vibes are - ladies, contain yourselves - the 'Bad Boys of RnB' themselves, Jodeci! The boys will be joined for this lovestruck night by Next ('Wifey', Too Close'), H-Town ('Boots', Lick U Up') and Case (Touch Me, Tease Me', Happily Ever After'). More info

: 16th February

Indie-rockers Metric have returned with their latest - and sixth - studio album, Pagans in Vegas. The synth-pop sounds doing the rounds in music today have rubbed off, but don't dismay, lead vocalist Emily Haines still gives each track the untamed edge synonymous with their sound. Formed in 1998 at Toronto, they're not only one of the few indie-rock bands that can pull of this dance-influenced sound whilst still retaining their original fan-base, but also one of the few bands whose line-up hasn't changed over the years. More info

: 27th February

Two of the original Blue Collar Comedy Tour guys are reuniting once again for their newest We've Been Thinking comedy tour! Foxworthy, famed for his "You might be a redneck" jokes and host of the Fox series "Are You Smarter Than A Fifth-Grader?" has released six successful comedy albums since coming to fame during the 1990s, whilst Larry, who has in fact NEVER worked for a cable company, has released seven such albums and is known for his famous Git-R-Done catchphrase. More info

: 14th February

Brit metal greats Cradle of Filth head out across the States in support of their latest record Hammer of the Witches. Acclaimed as their best in years by fans, the band's eleventh album saw two new guitarists join the fold, bringing back Cradle's monstrous twin guitar attack on tracks like 'Yours Immortally...' and 'Blackest Magick in Practise'. More info

: Closes 21st February 2016

One of the newest young rappers to hit the scene, Maryland-based Logic accrued a huge internet following with his self-released mixtapes before signing with Def Jam in 2010, and recently released his second studio album in November 2015, which shot to no.3 on the Billboard 200 chart and amassing sales of 182,000 copies as of December. More info

: 19th February

2015 has been a big year for Vance Joy. The Australian singer-songwriter had a song featured in the John Green movie adaptation Paper Towns, and was hand-picked by Taylor Swift herself to support him on the North American dates of her blockbuster 1989 tour. Now the indie folk star is taking his debut album Fire and the Flood out on a solo series of dates. More info

: 14th February

Known as the Queen of Neo-soul, this influential soulstress's chart-topping singles have won Grammy Awards and hit the top of the charts since her first release 'Baduism' in 1997. Her work takes elements from R&B, hip hop and jazz and has been credited with the rise of the neo-soul subgenre. Never one to shy from controversy, in 2010 her music video for Window Seat saw her walk through the streets of her native Dallas discarding her clothes until naked, and an experiment with busking in October 2014 saw her perform anonymously in NYC, where she earned less than $4. Nevertheless, she continues to work on her as-yet untitled new album. More info

: 27th February

If you think classical music is all tuxedos and stuffy recitals, think again. Igudesman and Joo are here to put the fun back into Bach with their unique combination of virtuosic playing, slapstick comedy and pop culture references. Their latest show is called 'And Now Mozart', and promises to give you an Amadeus you've never heard before! More info

: Closes 21st February 2016

One of the world's premier contemporary dance troupes, choreographer Paul Taylor founded his eponymous company in 1954. Since then it's performed to audiences across the world, thrilling with its performances of Taylor's most celebrated pieces, such as the Bach scored Esplanade. More info

: Closes 21st February 2016

A whirlwind of frenetic energy and musical ingenuity, Murder for Two arrives at Denver's Garner Galleria Theater straight from an acclaimed Off-Broadway. A breathlessly paced two man show, this musical takes the form of an old fashioned Agatha Christie whodunnit, the twist being that one of the actors is a detective, while the actor is all of the dozen or so possible murder suspects. More info

: 12th February

Canadian guitarist, producer and nuevo flamenco star Cook turns his lighting quick fingers to flamenco, rumba, jazz plus various other forms of world music into his work. A Juno Award winner, he has also received accolades from Acoustic Guitar magazine, and is a three-time winner of the Canadian Smooth Jazz award for Guitarist of the Year. To top that off, he has also sold more than 1.5 millions worldwide, cementing himself as a global guitar superstar. More info

: 18th February

Formed in their college days, power-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost combine quirky melodic hooks with an infectious energy culminating in upbeat, unashamed pop-laden ear worms that will get your toes tapping. After the release of their debut album 'Let Live & Let Ghosts' in 2008, the band was bolstered by a positive reception and began touring extensively. Now they hit the road again on a 5 month long tour of the US, with either Great Big World or Twin Forks in tow. More info

: 16th February

It's the age of the Youtube generation, a group of vibrant young people that are finding new avenues for their creativity - take Troye Sivan for example. The South African-born Australian actor-singer has amassed the third largest Youtube following in Australia (that's a whopping 3.6 million subscribers!) with his active presence on the 'vlogosphere' and a budding music career. His debut album Blue Neighbourhood shot to the top of the international charts in late 2015 and now the 20-year old is heading out on tour to support it! More info

: 11th February

Make way, make way for four of comedy's veteran kings as they take to the stage for a series of special dates this winter. Film and stand-up moguls Adam Sandler, David Spade, Norm MacDonald and Rob Schneider will return to their roots and have you rolling in the aisles - seriously, this event should come with a warning... That much funny in one place could be detrimental to your health! More info

: 20th February

The creator of the public radio show This American Life talks about his program and how it's put together: what makes a compelling story, where they find the amazing stories for the show, how he and his staff are trying to push broadcast journalism to do things it doesn't usually do. More info

: 10th February

Considering his father was the late great psychedelic-jazz-prog space wizard, many might assume that his son Dweezil has some big shoes to fill. However, the prodigious guitarist and producer came into his own as a solo performer in his own right, mesmerizing audiences with his technical prowess on the axe. He's regularly on the road with the Zappa plays Zappa ensemble as well as the Experience Hendrix Tour. More info

: 17th February

Join All American indie rapper Hoodie Allen as he tours the US in support of his debut studio album 'People Keep Talking'. First finding fame as an Internet hip-hop star and introducing the world to his unique brand of melodic pop-rap by releasing mixtapes and constantly interacting with fans via social media, Allen is now taking the charts by storm! More info

: 13th February

Get ready for the perfect girls (or boys!) night out because the testosterone tornado that is Magic Men is hitting town, bringing their outrageous and scintillating performances to stage with a sense of empowerment and most of all fun! Riding the waves of films like Magic Mike and The Full Monty, catch these gentlemen live and in the flesh for an evening you'll never forget. More info

: 24th February

Following a huge year of breakout success in 2015, Willie Maxwell II AKA Fetty Wap is cementing his status as one to watch in the hip-hop world with the Welcome To The Zoo Tour in early 2016. The headline-grabbing rapper first made waves with sleeper smash hit Trap Queen in 2014 going certified platinum by the end of the year. It's so far been nominated for two Grammy Awards, so don't miss this chance to see this star as he rises! More info

: 12th February

Right off the back of a 2014 tour, Kip Moore is back on the road with more headline dates for the new year. The country crooner is a relative newcomer on the Nashville scene, but his debut 'Up All Night' was named the best-selling album by a male in both 2012 and 2013. Some say he's got what it takes to oust the likes of Kenny Chesney and take the pop-country throne. More info

: 24th February

Caitlyn Jenner has led and continues to lead an extraordinary life. She began her journey as Bruce Jenner, gold medal olympian and athlete and joined the now ubiquitous Kardashian clan, before coming out as a transitioning trans-woman, debuting her new name and self in June 2015. Amidst the gossip and the glare of the world spotlight, Jenner is talking at a series of special lectures, giving the audience a chance to glimpse the struggles and triumphs of an empowering public figure and transgender activist. More info

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