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Bluebird Theater, Denver

#33 of 59 in Nightlife in Denver
Theater · Concert / Show
The Bluebird Theater (originally known as the Thompson Theater) is a theater in Denver, Colorado. The theater was designed by Harry W.J. Edbrooke and built during 1913–1914. It was renamed in 1922. It is currently used as a live music venue.

It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
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  • Small and intimate, the Bluebird is everything you want in a small venue. The staff is friendly, in my experience the crowds are friendly, and the bands I want to see book here. What else could I...  more »
  • Saw Wilder Woods here for what ended up being my favorite concert, ever. The venue was awesome, Wilder Woods killed it. I wanna see Stefano and the Slightly Irregulars play here.  more »
  • Absolutely beautiful venue with killer sound. I saw my favorite band Copeland there and it was an amazing night. I highly recommend getting there early so you can get a prime time spot in one of the tiered levels. The drinks are reasonably priced for a venue. Going to be on my list of venues to check for upcoming shows.
  • Had high hopes for this place and it lived up. Love the way the floor is set up so there are multiple levels of standing room. It was a sold out show but there was still plenty of room. Can't wait to go back!

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