Loops DNVR: Week 326

Loops is a Tuesday night bike ride through out central Denver. The ride covers approximately 15 to 20 miles and makes 3 to 4 stops along the way. Riders are encouraged to ride at their own pace and meet at the stops that are posted on the day of the ride. The ride meets every Tuesday night at Our Mutual Friend Brewery (28th & Larimer) Come out and ride with us, make friends, and have a good time.

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Forty-Five Plus One - 2 Year Anniversary!

Celebrating two years of DJ sets featuring live musicians!

Saturday at 9:00pm

Lost Lake
3602 E Colfax Ave, Denver, Colorado 80206


We're back! And it's time to dance, Super Stars!
FireLily's Paparazzi For The People: New Jack Swing 2 on Saturday September 13
Featuring a New Jack Swing video set by DJ Amen ALL NIGHT!
Resident Videographer Eazy Media Inc.
Guest Photographers Welcome to the D.O.P.E. Game
at Beauty Bar Denver

Saturday, September 13at 10:00pm in EDT

Beauty Bar
Denver, Colorado

Jaime Molina & Anthony Garcia

Saturdayat 7:00pm

Crimson Hilt Tattoo
2907 E Colfax Ave, Denver, Colorado 80206

New Works by
Jaime Molina & Anthony Garcia

Chris Purdie: Prose and Consequences; with Michele Colburn, the Trip Wire Project 2014

Short Term Parking is pleased to present a show by Chris Purdie of Pleasant Grove, Utah, along with a one night performance from Michele Colburn of Washington, D.C. Opening September 13, 2014, from 6:30 – 10 pm.

About the show:

Chris Purdie presents Prose and Consequences; a kinetic exhibition moving so slow it requires time-lapse technology to see. With clocks, strings, and a window shade positioned and set in motion, the audience will witness the beginnings of an end.
Using the vernacular of objects found in any good thrift store, Purdie orchestrates a lengthy series of poetic sequences to be collapsed and condensed in the mind of each visitor. “I hope the audience becomes a participant, envisioning the eventual result or conclusion of the scenarios presented.”
The exhibition will change slightly each day and result in catastrophe, privacy, and the warping of time. Please come see this exhibition about transition—beginnings, middles, and ends.

Interdisciplinary artist Michele Colburn will be working on her most recent artwork The Trip Wire Project 2014 at the opening. The Trip Wire Project 2014 was conceived and begun by the artist in April. It is made from Vietnam era military trip wire that Colburn knits together, not exclusively in the privacy of a studio, but rather in various public locations around the U.S. and Washington, DC.

Second Saturdays at 2500 Larimer: ETHOS by Aly Barohn

"Join us at our shop to see the opening of Aly Barohn's show! Her show, Ethos is a reflection of our own personal nostalgia. Her hand-embroidered wall hangings push together abstract forms in textures and colors meant to evoke personal interpretation and relevance. As we look at each piece, as we touch the corded and carpeted stitch, the work invites the viewer to participate in their own reflection. "Where have I felt this before?" What does this shape remind me of? The art and viewer interact as participants in nostalgia, creating a unique bond, as well as an individual experience"

Saturday at 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Huckleberry Roasters
4301 Pecos St, Denver, Colorado 80211

20 Years of Chocolate Skateboards at SVPER ORDINARY

Chocolate Skateboards began in 1994 as the sister to the Girl Skateboard Company in Torrance, California. Chocolate is not only known for it’s stellar skateboarding team, but for it’s graphic design and Illustration, which is renowned and highly admired, both in and out of the skateboarding community. Much of that is due to the work of artist, Evan Hecox of Denver, Colorado.

We celebrate the first twenty years of Chocolate with this special exhibition featuring the work of Evan Hecox, archival photos, original sketches, board graphics and other special pieces from the past 20 years.

“At the very heart of Chocolate, the most defining piece to its inception was Chico. This big circle of friends left their sponsors to start Girl and there was no room for Chico in the van. Literally. The original guys on Girl were all packed in a van, leaving on a sort of “secret” tour and they could not fit Chico in. He was in the parking lot with his bag when they drove away.

In April of 1994, eight months after the launch of Girl, we went back for Chico, and some other great and talented friends and they became part of this amazing adventure.

Date: Saturday, September 13th 2014 - One Night Only
Time: 6pm-11pm
*Free Event
*Complimentary PBR-Denver (while supplies last)


For more information please visit:

GOLDRUSH Music Festival 2014

2 Venues / 3 Stages (including outdoor stage!)
Ages 16+ at Larimer Lounge, 21+ at Meadowlark
***Record Fair featuring releases from sponsoring labels
**Local art exhibit featuring Katrin Davis, Mario Zoots, and Sarah Michaels
*Projections by Deep Grey, VIDKIDZ, and Curt Heiner throughout the Festival

$25 2-Day Pass, $13 Single-Day Pass (pre-sale)
($35/2-day, $20/single-day day of show)

Free COMPANION CASSETTE and FESTIVAL ZINE with purchase of 2-Day Pass!

/// Saturday, September 13th ///
Wolf Eyes (Detroit, MI)
Mount Eerie (Anacortes, WA)
Guerilla Toss (Boston, MA)
Thug Entrancer (Denver, CO)
REIGHNBEAU (Albuquerque, NM)
The Howling Hex (Denver, CO)
Stag Hare (Salt Lake City, UT)
Trabajo (Brooklyn, NY)
Fingers of the Sun (Denver, CO)
Braeyden Jae (Salt Lake City, UT)
Docile Rottweiler (Denver, CO)
CP 208 (Denver, CO)
The Horse Latitudes (Denver, CO)

/// Sunday, September 14th ///
Eric Copeland (Brooklyn, NY)
clipping. (Los Angeles, CA)
DVA (Pardubice, Pardubický Kraj, Czech Republic)
Good Willsmith (Chicago, IL)
Kevin Greenspon (Los Angeles, CA)
Sparkling Wide Pressure (Murfreesboro, TN)
RUMTUM (Denver, CO)
Mezzanine Swimmers (Brooklyn, NY)
Homebody (Denver, CO)
Church Fire (Denver, CO)
Aja Vision (Oakland, CA)
Sister Grotto (Denver, CO)
Champion (Denver, CO)

GOLDRUSH is being brought to you by these local sponsors...

A Small Print Shop
Ellison's Instrument Services
Firestarter SEO
Fancy Tiger Clothing
Huckleberry Roasters
Go Green Heating & AC
Literati Podcast
Mr. Green Plumbing
Mutiny Information Café
P&L Printing
Pablo's Coffee
Radio 1190
Sweet Action Ice Cream
Topo Designs

Bizzaro Presents: A New Frontier

A mixed media bonanza featuring original work by Kendra Anne Thompson "Love Long To Forget" and Andrew Linares "ANIMUSity" This is a completely FREE event!

Friday at 9:00pm

The Deer Pile
206 East 13th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80203


"We would love if you could join us for crema's annual group show based on the Chinese calendar. Come and see the artists take on the the year of the horse

The horse is part of a 12-year-cycle of animals that make up the Chinese zodiac. The spirit of the horse is recognized to make unremitting efforts to improve themselves. It is energetic, bright, warm-hearted, intelligent and able."

Friday at 7:00pm - 10:00pm

crema coffeehouse
2862 Larimer St, Denver, Colorado 80205