Top Pop Dance Clubs In Denver

May 8, 2014 6:00 AM


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When you’ve had a rough week or maybe want to celebrate some good fortune, sometimes the only proper way to let loose is to dance the night away. In Denver, there is an eclectic nightlife with a plethora of places whose DJs will give you the perfect tracks to move to.

The Church
1160 Lincoln St.
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 832-3528

The Church is iconic in Denver. Maybe it’s because the building is actually an old ornate church, maybe it’s that the numerous levels boast a top-notch sound system or maybe it’s the fact that the venue books some of the world’s best DJs. Whatever the appeal, it’s a must visit for music worshippers of all types.

Club Vinyl
1082 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 860-8469

Club Vinyl is an enormous dance club in the heart of the SoCo (South of Colfax) district on Broadway boasting four levels each with its own dance floor and music style. Maybe the most extravagant is the rooftop patio that offers sweeping city views, heaters and fireplaces for the winter and comfy couches for the wallflowers. With so many choices, Vinyl is a dancer’s best friend.

1946 Market St.
Denver, CO 80202

This trendy bar and grill in the heart of Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood serves hot food, cold drinks and feisty dancing on the main floor. When you want to take a breather from shaking your groove thang, make your way up to the rooftop patio to cool off and see the scene.

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Tavern Downtown
1949 Market St.
Denver, CO 80202

Right across the street from Lodo’s, Tavern Downtown is located in an old warehouse and is modeled almost identically to Lodo’s with a dance floor downstairs and an epic rooftop patio. This is a great option when looking for a place to dance and watch sports as it’s equipped with numerous HDTVs playing all of the games.

3500 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 863-7326

As Denver’s premier GLBT dance club, Tracks has a rich history and is a respected mainstay in the city. Featuring several rooms, many themed nights and some of the best music in town, there really is no better place to cut a rug. Located in the up-and-coming warehouse district on Walnut Street, the parties are loud and go late, ensuring a whole night of dancing.

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Nicole Cormier is a hip-hop head with business ambitions who stumbled awkwardly into journalism in 2007 as Colorado Music Buzz’s hip-hop editor. She is the publisher and editor of the Colorado hip-hop e-magazine. Her work can be found at