Although it doesn’t necessarily feel like there’s a slow concert season in Denver, March is always when things kick into high gear. With countless shows throughout the city (not to mention the rest of the state) this month, it’s hard to narrow things down to a short list of must-see shows is difficult. These ten diverse shows barely scratch the surface, but are all well-worth checking out; from the wild Emo Nite five-year anniversary to the mellow Ásiger and energetic Gorilla Biscuits show this month, there’s definitely a little something for everyone.
Let us know which shows you’re excited for in the comments!
3/7 – Emo Nite @ Summit
Emo Nite has begun their biggest year yet, with a series of events across the U.S. this spring and summer, including performances at Coachella. On Saturday, March 7th, Emo Nite will be making its stop at Denver’s Summit for another night to remember. This event marks Emo Nite’s five-year anniversary in Denver and they’re pulling out all of the stops, teasing some very special guests, so you’re not going to want to miss out!
3/13 – Keane @ Mission Ballroom
After spending much of last summer performing to massive festival crowds across Europe and wowing fans in the US with a series of intimate shows, Keane released their new album, Cause and Effect. Now, the band has their sights set on a much larger North American run throughout the month of March, with their tour stopping through Denver at the stunning new Mission Ballroom on March 13th
3/15 – Ásgeir @ The Bluebird Theater
Icelandic artist Ásgeir just released his latest album Bury The Moon, and will be coming through Denver, CO to play a show at Bluebird on March 15th. Recalling Bon Iver’s unworldly vocals and James Blake’s graceful electronic touch, Ásgeir’s show promises to be a magical night that you don’t want to miss.
3/17 – Elohim @ The Bluebird Theater
Following the release of her new single of the same name last month, Elohim kicked off her Group Therapy tour, which will hit Denver on St. Patrick’s Day! This show is sure to be a party from start to finish.
3/19 – Death And All His Friends @ Lost Lake Lounge
Pop-rock band Death And All His Friends just released their latest single, “Alone” last month, and it’s safe to say that their upcoming show at Lost Lake will be the last time they play such a small venue in Denver. Opening this show are Denver locals, Nightlove, making this one a blast from start to finish.
3/23 – Billy Raffoul @ The Marquis Theater
With his new EP, A Few More Hours at YYZ coming in April and latest single, “Without Falling In Love” out now, it couldn’t be a more perfect time for Billy Raffoul to hit the Marquis Theater. Over the past few years, Raffoul has opened for heavyweights like Kings of Leon, X Ambassadors, and NEEDTOBREATHE, captivating crowds with his understated yet intensely passionate stage presence. The intimate Marquis Theater will serve as the perfect venue for his spectacular live show.
3/25 – Hunny @ Larimer Lounge
Last summer, Hunny celebrated the release of their debut full-length album, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. and now, they’re currently on the road stateside in support of the release. Their upcoming show at Larimer Lounge promises to be an intimate and exciting night, with support from Bay Faction and Mundy’s Bay.
3/26 – Gorilla Biscuits @ The Oriental Theater
If you’re looking for the perfect hardcore show to keep you warm this month, then this is the one for you! Not only will the legendary Gorilla Biscuits be headlining the Oriental, but openers, H2O, Over Time, and Tuck Knee are sure to make this show perfect from start to finish
3/27 – Social House @ The Marquis Theater
Following their massive breakout year, GRAMMY Nominated singer, songwriter and producer duo Social House is set to embark on their first-ever headline world tour, dubbed “And We Never Saw It Coming” World Tour, this spring. 2019 was a career-defining year for the duo, which included a recent GRAMMY Nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their global smash hit with Ariana Grande, “boyfriend,” and MTV Video Music Award win for “Song Of The Summer,” as well as the release of their critically-acclaimed debut EP Everything Changed…, performances across the globe on the Sweetener World Tour, Coachella, Lollapalooza and more.
3/31 – COIN @ The Ogden Theatre
Nashville based, alt-pop trio COIN just released their new album, Dreamland on February 21st and are following it with a 22-city US headline run, set to kick off on March 10th. Since the arrival of their 2016 breakthrough single “Talk Too Much,” COIN have continually turned out sublimely catchy alt-pop, equally built on effervescent hooks and an understated complexity. Their upcoming show in Denver promises to be one for the books.