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Denver All Shows in November 2014

Our selection of the best shows in Denver for the month of November 2014


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Buell Theater: 1st - 9th November

Kinky Boots is one of Broadway's most successful new musicals, snapping up six 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical! The uplifting show tells the tale of a failing family-run shoe factory in England whose business trajectory is changed (and saved!) thanks to the influence of a stiletto-wearing drag queen named Lola. More info

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Ellie Caulkins Opera House: 29th - 30th November

Colorado Ballet will light up the stage and delight audiences of all ages for the 54th year with Colorado's favorite holiday tradition, The Nutcracker. This promises to dazzle with glittering snowflakes, shimmering sugarplum fairies, a real on-stage blizzard, plus unforgettable characters. More info

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1stBank Center: 3rd November

Reality TV star Theresa Caputo, who claims she is a spiritual medium that can communicate with the deceased is heading around the states. She says "My wish for every person I come in contact with, is that they receive a message that will give them healing and closure to embrace life without their loved ones." More info

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Bellco Theatre: 8th November

The twice Grammy-winning Lewis Black is the perfect demonstration of that rare comic, who can cause you to laugh while making compelling points about the absurdity of the world around you. He brings this talent to his latest show. More info

1stBank Center: 10th November

Bastille are an indie rock band hailing from Leeds, England. The band began as a solo project by frontman Dan Smith who later expanded the project to include three additional band members. The group signed with Virgin Records in 2010 and released their hit single "Pompeii" three years later. More info

Stage Theater: 28th - 30th November

Penny pinching and bad tempered old miser Ebenezer Scrooge goes on the adventure of his life, from his past to his present and beyond and learns that the value of gold will never equal that of genuine love for his fellow men. The classic holiday tale returns with it's beloved characters and message of compassion, love and kindness and of course, Christmas spirit! More info

Garner Galleria Theatre: 15th - 30th November

They're back, with their sights trained on a new set of Broadway victims! This laugh-out-loud lampooning of the excesses of Broadway by Gerard Alessandrini pokes fun at a new roster of Broadway's biggest shows from Kinky Boots, Pippin, and Matilda to the big hitters Wicked and Book Of Mormon. More info

Gothic Theater: 6th November

Get ready to jig, polka and reel to Gaelic Storm, fine purveyors of traditional and innovative Celtic rock and folk! For over 15 years, they have brought their unfailing energy and humour to audiences all over the world, whilst continually exploring new music. 2014 has seen the band release their 10th record, Full Irish, celebrating their incredible career igniting the party! More info

Paramount Theater: 15th November

Marking five years on the road, this popular kids' (and parents!) rock concert gears up for the 2014 tour and features its well-known characters from the show like Muno, Brobee and Foofa. With a special handpicked setlist by DJ Lance Rock and the Yo Gabba Gabba creators Christian Jacobs and Scott Schultz, this concert tour is set to be the best one yet as they set out to show you that MUSIC IS AWESOME! More info

Fillmore Auditorium: 11th November

For the first time, the British indie-rock four piece are embarking on US tour dates, after a wildly successful show at 2014's Cochella. As the sound of a generation, the 1975 encapsulate all the joy, heartbreak and hate of growing up, through their electro pop sound. Catch one of their upcoming intimate gigs whilst you can! More info

Buell Theater: 19th November

Since coming to America's attention with his stints on The Daily Show, this fast talking brit has managed to create a home for himself and his hilarious political satire on this side of the pond. Now the esteemed host of HBO's Last Week Tonight, Oliver is sharp, uncompromising and always totally catchable as he digests difficult topics (from the death penalty to the Fifa World Cup) with doses of his unique comedy styling. More info

Paramount Theater: 23rd November

Effortlessly cool, an enduring symbol of punk royalty, Chrissie Hynde has spent the better part of the last 35 years fronting The Pretenders, creating solo work and collaborating with artists as diverse as Frank Sinatra and Morrisey. Hot off the release of Stockholm, her debute solo record that includes cameos from Neil Young and John McEnroe (Yes, we're serious) she's out on tour, bringing her signature vocals and swagger to ever-willing audiences. More info

Denver Coliseum: 11th November

Juggernauts of heavy metal, icons of nu-metal, Slipknot are back! For the first time in 6 years, they're releasing new music and heading out on tour to bring the chaos back to the nation! Known for bringing a new wave of metal to the world, this early 00's band have lasted the distance, in spite of line up changes and the death of creative powerhouse Paul Gray in 2010. Now they're back with a new album The Gray Chapter and ready to unleash their unique brand of hedonism on the world again. More info

Ellie Caulkins Opera House: 15th - 23rd November

Madama butterfly is the sad tale of Cio Cio, a young Japanese girl who believes that with her marriage to US Naval officer Pinkerton, she has found lasting happiness. But her devotion is misguided, and Pinkerton only sees her and their marriage as a stepping stone for his return to America to find his 'true bride'. More info

Ogden Theater: 6th - 7th November

The Airborne Toxic Event is one of the most successful bands to emerge from LA's music scene over the last few years. It's easy to understand why with their signature of cleverly crafted lyrics and beautifully blended orchestral rock. More info

Ogden Theater: 13th November

Las Vegas-based indie rockers Imagine Dragons formed in Utah in 2009. Like their desert-born stadium rock contemporaries The Killers, Imagine Dragons blend engaging, synth-based dance-pop with emotionally charged, Brit-pop-inspired alt-rock. More info

Pepsi Center: 15th November

While it may not be the most chistmassy of holiday shows, it's certainly the most spectacular. Trans Siberian Orchestras tidal wave of progressive metal, lasers and fireworks have seen them become one of the most successful touring acts in the world. This year they'll be performing 1998's rock opera The Christmas Attic live for the first time. More info

Ogden Theater: 2nd November

One of America's finest singer-songwriters, Lucinda Williams' substantial talents transcend the genres she's so at ease, from folk to blues and country-rock. This latest US tour marks the artists eleventh studio album, 'Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone.' More info

Pepsi Center: 13th November

Comprised of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, The Black Keys are currently scaling heights of popularity that few, including the blues rock duo themselves, thought possible five years ago. With Dangermouse at the production controls, this year's Turn Blue looks set to continue the ascendency begun by 2011's El Camino. More info

Paramount Theater: 19th November

Ina Garten is one foodie with an unusual start - she has an MBA instead of any formal chef training, and started her career working for the White House's nuclear programme. Our tastebuds are eternally grateful however that she left her job to run a small food store in the Hamptons called the Barefoot Contessa, a move which kick-started her dream job as a full-time foodie. More info

Bluebird Theater: 18th November

The multi-talented muso continues to tour his 24th studio album State, a mind-melting anthology comprised of catchy hooks, modern sounds and excellent songwriting. More info

Ogden Theater: 18th November

One of the biggest names in modern alternative country, Swedish sisters Johanna and Klara Soderberg's fascination with the genre began when they were still in school. They're touring in support of their latest record Stay Gold, a collection of shimmering melodies and gorgeous harmonies that includes the tracks My Silver Lining and Cedar Park. More info

Fillmore Auditorium: 15th November

Citizen Cope has been pursuing his laid-back brand of hip-hop inflected rock for over a decade now. This year he's heading out on tour to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of his seminal record The Clarence Greenwood Recordings, which includes the tracks Bullet and a Target and Sons's Gonna Rise. More info

Ogden Theater: 21st November

The Southern Soul Assembly are (in alphabetical order) Marc Broussard, Luther Dickinson, JJ Grey and Anders Osbourne. Between them, these four men can rightly claim to embody the spirit of the south, having been born and raised on its glorious blend of gospel, soul and Skynyrd-esque rock. More info

Ogden Theater: 9th November

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

1stBank Center: 19th November

One of the greatest heavy metal bands of all time, Judas Priest released their seventeenth studio album this year with Redeemer of Souls. It was yet another collection of rock solid, pile-driving riffage from the British group, featuring the songs Battle Cry and the title track. Joining them on this 2014 tour is Los Angeles glam metal band Steel Panther. More info

1stBank Center: 21st November

Flosstradamus consists of Chicago-based DJs J2K(Josh Young) and Autobot (Curt Cameruci). Armed with new material and a much-hyped stage show, these Chicago boys are back with a vengeance. Whether it's a small show in a sweaty night club or a festival slot in front of thousands, they always bring a sense of fun to every performance. More info

1stBank Center: 20th November

Having garnered 3 Grammy nominations and selling over 1.5 million records, Little Big Town takes to the road on tour in support of their latest album Painkiller. Starting on October 21st, the group brings their unique blend of vocal harmonies and country music to venues across the US More info

1stBank Center: 1st - 2nd November

Considered to be amongst the best jam bands in the country, Widespread Panic take their influnces from blues, rock, funk, country, soul and other genres and merge it into a hugely entertaining sound. More info

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