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Best Karaoke Bars In Denver

November 1, 2010 8:54 AM

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If you are looking to exercise your pipes and enjoy great food and fun with friends, Denver has some outstanding places where you can perform karaoke. Here are some of our top picks.

Charlie Brown’s Bar and Grill

980 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 860-1655
www.charliebrownsbarandgrill.com

Charlie Brown’s Bar and Grill in the Colburn Hotel is known for a good selection of liquor and a song book with plenty of choices. Karaoke starts at 9:30 p.m. on Sundays. The rest of the week, visitors can join Charlie Brown’s piano sing-along.

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Rockstar Karaoke at Rockbar

3015 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 322-4444
www.rockbar-denver.com

The host of Rockstar Karaoke, Jermaine Smith, has hosted karaoke nights for years at Rockbar. He’s a former bassist for the band “Machine Gun Blues.” Rockstar Karaoke came from the bar’s belief that Smith is still a rock star. Join Jermaine at the Rockbar for a rockin’ evening. It was named the Best Karaoke night in 2009 by Westword.

armidas Best Karaoke Bars In Denver

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Armida’s

840 Lincoln Street
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 837.8921
www.armidaskaraoke.com

Armida’s in Denver is a good place to visit if you’re hungry for Mexican food and want to eat while being entertained by karaoke. The laid back atmosphere gets singers of all levels up to the mic. It’s only a hop, skip and a jump from CBS4’s studios, and we have been known to pay a visit to Armida’s once and a while to give our vocal chords a workout. Visitors can show off their skills Wednesday through Sunday evenings.

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Electric Cowboy

8811 Harlan Street
Westminster, CO
(303) 412-1133
www.electriccowboydenver.com

The karaoke at the Electric Cowboy has a special name: “Cosmic YouTube Karaoke.” Performers can actually see their performance because it is captured on tape with a 3-D laser show. After you take the stage, your time in the spotlight can be posted on YouTube and shared with the world. The club goes “karaoke crazy” every Sunday night. Enjoy drink specials before your stage debut.

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