Beta Nightclub is frequently rated one of the top nightlife destinations in Denver. Beta prides itself on high production value and books some of the biggest DJs to spin the best and newest in dubstep, techno, and dance music. The 72,000-watt sound system is also bar none, and keeps people coming back time and time again. You’ll also love the fog machine, which uses about 1,000 liters of liquid nitrogen each night to set the mood.
The Church is one of Denver’s most architecturally interesting nightclubs. The building itself is a former church built in 1889 and converted to a club space. Enjoy dancing to the beats of the top-rated Void Acoustics Incubus Sound system beneath Gothic architecture and stained glass windows. Revelers enjoy a mix of bookings from international DJs and local talent to keep the tunes going.
Vinyl Nightclub boasts four storys of dance floors, where dancers can enjoy a different style of music on each floor. You can also enjoy a heated rooftop indoor/outdoor patio with a beautiful view of the Denver skyline, as well as the Rocky Mountains. The club’s main dance floor has a Funktion-One sound system, as well as a multiple screens and LED video design. Be sure to hit up Fiesta Fridays for dance music fueled by Latin influence all night long.
La Rumba is a local icon that first opened its doors in 1997. La Rumba attracts well-known DJs and the best live salsa bands around. You’ll love the fun atmosphere and friendly bartenders. Be sure to check things out on a Saturday, where you can expect to enjoy Denver’s biggest live salsa Dance Party each week. You can even have a salsa lesson if it’s your first time.
La Rumba, 99 W 9th Ave, Denver, CO, USA, +1 303 572 8006
Tracks is Denver’s premiere LGBTQ nightclub and is frequently recognized as one of the best in the country. While it’s certainly an awesome place for a dance party with an excellent selection of DJs, Tracks is also a mecca for LGBTQ-centered activities. Enjoy Denver’s largest ladies’ night on First Fridays, or come for a RuPaul’s Drag Race watching party or live drag shows. Tracks’ special events, from spring-break underwear parties to Pride weekend celebrations, are top notch.
Tracks, 3500 Walnut St, Denver, CO, USA, +1 303 863 7326
The Grizzly Rose is a classic honky tonk bar and dance hall. Not only can you expect a great night of line dancing on the 2,500 square-foot floating hardwood dance floor, but the Grizzly Rose also hosts some of the best country concerts in Denver. You can count on live music six nights a week, so be sure to bring your cowboy boots.
Milk is a literal underground nightclub split into two distinct sections in the basement of the old Jonas Bros. Furs building. Milk Bar is a stylish, black-and-white dance lounge modeled after Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange. The cozier Jazz Room has posh seating and private spaces. Enjoy a mix of retro jams and the best in modern music when you step in through the alley entrance.
If you’re looking for a low key night out, pay a visit to Dazzle Jazz, Denver’s top jazz club. Dazzle has been a longtime mainstay in Denver, and jazz lovers will rejoice in the constant lineup of some of the world’s finest jazz musicians on a nightly basis. Enjoy shows on the main stage, as well as the smaller gallery stage, and great cocktails and food, too.
Dazzle, 1512 Curtis St. Denver, CO, USA, +1 303 839 5100