From entertainment with A-list DJs to fancy footwork with Latin Salsa, Denver’s dance scene is vibrant and wildly popular. Whether planning a night our with girlfriends or seeing the latest DJ sensation, Colorado’s capital has a little something for everyone.
Price: No cover before 11 p.m.
Hours: Thurs to Sun – 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Whether coming for confession or cocktails, this unique nightclub is great for dancing. Built in 1895, this popular nightclub utilizes full-blown Gothic architecture, stained glass windows, and even an Altar bar. Serving up sushi and holy fun, make sure to get there on the early side, as the venue gets packed on popular nights.
Price: General tickets $25
Hours: Daily- 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Touting evolving club culture, Beta is doing just that. Bringing in awesome DJs and the newest production elements, this cutting edge experience has even gone green- utilizing sustainable materials throughout the club and promoting recycling. Put on your dancing shoes, because it’s about to be a wild night.
Hours: Thurs to Sat – 10 p.m. to Close
Denver’s newest nightclub by Lotus Concepts is Chloe. Who is the girl that jet sets around the world? You might bump into her at this exclusive dance club located in LoDo. With only 20 bottle-service tables available, the choice seating is best reserved early in the new and hip nightclub.
Hours: Tues, Thurs to Sat – 9 pm. to 2 a.m.
With stunning views of Denver from the rooftop deck complete with fire pits and swanky lounge areas, four levels with four dance floors make for an amazing dance experience. Flat screen TVs, thumping sound systems and large dance spaces make for a great dance venue. From Rocky Mountain and Denver skyline views, to the Go Go dancers livening up the crowd. Vinyl is an experience you’re sure to remember.
Price: $5 cover after 10 p.m.
Hours: Thurs to Sun – 9 pm. to 2 a.m.
With spicy Latin flair, La Rumba is really all about the dancing. From salsa lessons early in the evening to live music, the scene is infectious in the Golden Triangle nightclub. Whether sharpening up your salsa or looking for a ladies night of dancing, La Rumba is sure to stir the dancer in you.
Dress to impress for the Denver dance scene, because many venues follow strict dress codes. Going early to nightclubs may avoid cover charges, but things don’t start hopping until 11 p.m. in most nightclubs in the Mile High City. Cocktails, happy hours and salsa classes before the night begins are a great way to spend that time.
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