Top 5 things to do on a Friday night in Denver
1. First Fridays
First Friday in the Golden Triangle offers culture, in particular fine food and art. Art tours run from 5 to 9 PM and a free Art Bus provides service around the neighborhood to all the openings. Browse up to 50 galleries, artist’s studios, specialty stores, and museums.
Did you know: Denver Art Museum calls the Golden Triangle home, as does the Kirkland Museum. Plus, Molly Brown used to live in the neighborhood (now Molly Brown House Museum).
More Info: www.gtmd.org
Golden Triangle Museum District
2. Coors Field
A Rockies game at 20th and Blake is a great place to spend a Friday night. Arguably LODO’s top destination from April through September, come down and grab a beer, ball park dog, and sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”. Don’t forget the peanuts and Cracker Jacks.
August 17 vs Miami Marlins @6:40 PM
August 31 vs San Diego Padres @6:40 PM
September 21 vs Arizona Diamondbacks @6:10 PM *Firework Game
3. Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Red Rocks offers a world class atmosphere to enjoy a concert. The open-air amphitheatre uses natural rock formations to provide amazing acoustics. Owned and operated by the City and County of Denver, come join up to 9,450 people for any of the upcoming shows.
August 17 – Pretty Lights @7:30 PM
August 24 -1964-The Beatles Anniversary Concert Tribute @8:00 PM
August 31 – Stupid Def Productions Presents: Trik Turner – Peep Show @7:00 PM
4. Lucky Strike Patio Concert Series
Friday nights at Lucky Strike Lanes in Denver feature their patio concert series. They offer food and drink specials on the outdoor patio and shows are from 6 PM – 9 PM. Make sure to visit Lucky Strike’s Facebook page every Wednesday to see what band will be playing!
Lucky Strike, 3rd Level, Denver Pavilions
500 16th Street, Denver, CO
5. The Front Porch
Last, but certainly not least, come visit us at The Front Porch on any Friday night. You will find good music, friendly bartenders, interesting decor, and fun people!
The Front Porch
1512 Larimer Street