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Sibling Rivalry Live
Apr 9, 2021
May 9, 2021
Last Podcast On The Left
Jun 8, 2021
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Jun 11 - 12, 2021
Jul 23, 2021
April 9, 2021
Ru Paul's Drag Race alums Bob The Drag Queen and Monet X Change are taking their hilarious podcast to the road this year, bringing their bickering to a stage near you. Whilst the pair might not actually be related, they sure do act like sisters. Expect an evening of laughter, light and tea-spilling joy!
May 9, 2021
Award-winning, multi-instrumentalist, Brian Culbertson is heading out on tour as he presents his twentieth studio album "The XX"! In celebration of this magnificent feat Culbertson promises an extravagant production to go alongside his brand new music. Set to be released in April, "The XX" demonstrates Culbertson's talent in bending genres, with this monumental album featuring a wide mix of Culbertson's musical styles.
June 8, 2021
Megustalations everyone, Henry, Ben and Marcus are taking their unique comedy/crime/creepiness podcast on the road again for another round of their hilarious live shows, where you can see the guys in action as they discuss this week's undoubtedly crazy, but always fascinating subject.
June 11 - 12, 2021
The original Jersey Boy, Frankie himself, is taking his latest incarnation of the Four Seasons on tour across the States in this year. The legendary falsetto and his band will be belting out the hits that made them world-famous during the last five decades, and what led them to sell over 100 million records worldwide.
July 23, 2021
Southern Belle and comedian Leanne Morgan infuses her stand-up comedy with funny and relatable tales of navigating life, motherhood and being a wife. Her 'Big Panty' Tour shows how the mother of three who grew up on a farm can grip audiences with her entertaining anecdotes of living life in rural America.
1631 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80202
The Paramount Theatre is a concert venue in Denver, Colorado, near 16th Street Mall, and since 1980 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1988, the city of Denver classed the venue as a historic landmark. It was originally opened as a movie theater, and was designed by Chicago architects Rapp and Rapp. The venue holds 1,870 seats and is used for a variety of different orchestras, concerts and music events. One of the two remaining twin-console Wurlitzer theatre organs in the United States is located at the Paramount Theatre.
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