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Summit Music Hall

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Denver’s premier live music and entertainment venue for over a decade, located in the heart of lower downtown. With an award-winning sound system, friendly and professional staff, and top national and local bands performing nightly, Summit Music Hall is your stop for live music and entertainment. The venue holds up to 1,000 people with an open and flexible floor plan and can accommodate any event.

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Restaurant
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Restaurant
  • Serves Lunch:
  • Serves Dinner:
  • Denver Original:
  • Serves Alcoholic Beverages:
  • Has a Full Bar:
  • Offers Takeout:
  • Phone: 303-292-2829
General
  • Hours: Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm.
  • Miles to airport: 24.6 Miles
  • Blocks to CCC: 13
  • Miles to CCC: 1.3 Miles
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 1200
  • Event Space:

Meeting Facilities

Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
  • Floorplan File Floorplan File
  • Total Sq. Ft. 12500
  • Reception Capacity 1100
  • Space Notes Event Contact: Geoff Brent, (303) 487-0111, geoff@sodajerkpresents.com. Allows full buyouts. Open weekends and evenings for events.
  • Type of Venue Special Events Venue
  • Type of Event Reception, Banquet, Meeting Classroom
  • Banquet Capacity 650
  • Number of Rooms 1
  • Classroom Capacity 650
Summit Music Hall
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 12500
  • Classroom Capacity: 650
  • Banquet Capacity: 650
  • Reception Capacity: 1100

Events

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  • Image $18 Advanced, $20 Day of Show

Mod Sun - DriveInMovie Tour live with Marty Grimes & Swaghollywood, New Hippys, Dj Kam Bennett and Benny Freestyles & Kurt Rockmore

Mod Sun - DriveInMovie Tour <p>Mod Sun - DriveInMovie Tour live with Marty Grimes &amp; Swaghollywood, New Hippys, Dj Kam Bennett and Benny Freestyles &amp; Kurt Rockmore</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Peter Hook & The Light
Apr 29, 2017

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  • Image $25 Advanced, $45 GA - VIP Balcony

An Evening With Peter Hook & The Light performing the albums “Substance” by Joy Division & New Order This event is all ages.

Peter Hook & The Light <p>An Evening With Peter Hook &amp; The Light performing the albums “Substance” by Joy Division &amp; New Order</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
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  • Image $23 advanced / $26 day of show

Say Anything and Bayside play live with Reggie and the Full Effect at Summit Music Hall.

Bayside & Say Anything <p>Say Anything and Bayside play live with Reggie and the Full Effect at Summit Music Hall.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
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  • Image $20 Advanced, $25 Day of Show

95.7 THE PARTY, LIVE NATION AND SODA JERK and Ones To Watch Presents gnash - the sleepover tour

Gnash - the sleepover tour <p>95.7 THE PARTY, LIVE NATION AND SODA JERK and Ones To Watch Presents gnash - the sleepover tour</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Real Friends
May 4, 2017

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  • Image $20 Advanced, $24 Day of Show

Real Friends live with Tiny Moving Parts, Have Mercy, Broadside and nothing, nowhere. You could say Real Friends' second full-length album, The Home Inside My Head [Fearless Records], is a coming-of-age story. It's about the common realization that...

Real Friends <p>Real Friends live with Tiny Moving Parts, Have Mercy, Broadside and nothing, nowhere.</p> <p> </p> <p>You could say Real Friends' second full-length album, The Home Inside My Head [Fearless Records], is a coming-of-age story. <br />It's about the common realization that things won't be the same as they were during childhood, and that's okay. It's a timeless tale we've seen everywhere from Catcher in the Rye to Dazed and Confused, but it's something everybody goes through. So the Tinley Park, IL quintet—Brian Blake [drums], Kyle Fasel [bass guitar], Dave Knox [guitar], Dan Lambton [vocals], and Eric Haines [guitar]—chose to put this journey on tape. <br />As always, their honesty drove the music.<br />"When you're younger, you have a picture perfect vision in your head about the future," says Kyle. "As I grow older, I find that not to be true. I dug so much deeper lyrically this time around. I found inspiration through my family. My parents turned out to a little different than I had imagined when I was a kid. There are several mentions of that. It's really about the battles in my head every day and worrying about how others feel around me a little too much. Regardless of any sad and negative events in my life that fueled lyrics, they all turn to positives when they give me something to write about. It's an outlet for me."<br />Colored by brushstrokes of punk, pop, and emo, this outlet is a big reason why the group became one of 2014's biggest breakout acts following the release of their debut, Maybe This Place Is the Same and We're Just Changing. It bowed at #24 on the Billboard Top 200, moving over 10,300 copies first-week and garnered a nomination for "Album of the Year" at the inaugural "Alternative Press Music Awards," while "I Don't Love You Anymore" vied for Best Song and Kyle received a nod for "Best Bassist." Rock Sound pegged it at #10 on their "Top 50 Albums of the Year," and Alternative Press named "Loose Ends" one of "The 18 Best sing along moments of 2014." Moreover, it attracted praise from Fuse TV, Ultimate Guitar, and more as the band embarked on the Vans Warped Tour and numerous headline runs. Along the way, they collectively focused on what would become their next offering.<br />"For nearly two years, we would demo songs, take a break, and go back on the road," says Kyle. "We never did that before, and it was nice because we had a bank of ideas to draw from. There was also no pressure, since we were just writing together when it felt right. This was a very cool, laidback writing process."<br />In late 2015, the boys treaded new territory once more by recording in California for the first time. Tapping the talents of two producers, they cut three songs with Mike Green [Pierce The Veil, All Time Low] and nine with Steve Evetts [The Wonder Years, Dillinger Escape Plan] in Huntington Beach. As they expanded the sonic palette, the lyrical vision also grew. Another first, Dan would split writing duties with Kyle, penning lyrics to four songs. <br />"I had a surge where I had been writing lyrics," recalls Dan. "I was feeling creative. I thought it would help vary the perspectives in the music to have two people looking at certain situations."<br />"It was really great to have Dan's help with lyrics," adds Kyle. "I was impressed with a lot of his work. I think it blends well with my lyrics. I felt less pressure this time around."<br />The first single "Colder Quicker" highlights Dan's perspective. Driven by a kinetic riff, rhythmic shuffle, and spirited hook, it sees the frontman ponder death.<br />"There was a point in my life where I went to three wakes and a funeral over a short period of time," he sighs. "My grandmother was one of the people who passed away. She actually bought my first guitar for me. For so long, I thought she'd be around forever. It's the idea everybody is human. Nobody's invincible. We all deal with that."<br />The airy guitar and stark vocal pairing of "Mokena" proves hauntingly gorgeous as Dan gutturally croons, "I'm fucking up and getting over it."<br />"It's a different kind of ballad," explains Kyle. "It blends a lot of past vibes into one song. The beginning is a timeline of my life. I mention one of my earliest memories lying on my front lawn hanging out. There are mentions of singing songs and hitting all the wrong notes when I sang in my high school band. Then, there's my graduation. It's growing up. I'm admitting I'm over this stuff from the past. The song defines the place we're at."<br />"Stay In One Place" stands at the crossroads of a propulsive beat and six-string gallop, while "Empty Picture Frames," with its vibrant recollections and distorted hum, spawns the title phrase, Home Inside My Head.<br />Most importantly, it becomes what Kyle dubs as "therapy." It's a safe haven to deal with stress, anxiety, thinking too much, and worrying about everything around you. It's a chance to be free from that. It's something everybody can identify with.<br />"No matter what the subject is, there's always emotion in our songs," Dan leaves off. "I just hope people can connect to it."<br />"For our fans, the main message is to relate to the music and get something out of it," agrees Kyle. "When we started the band, that was the coolest thing—seeing how people react. Anytime we get a letter from a fan, a drawing, or anything like that, it's the best feeling in the world. That means it's connecting."</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

King Lil G
May 5, 2017

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  • Image $23 Advanced $25 Day of Show

King Lil G live with Rhymesight at the Summit Music Hall!

King Lil G <p>King Lil G live with Rhymesight at the Summit Music Hall! </p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1902 Blake St., Denver, CO 80202
  • Image $23 Advanced, $25 Day of Show, $140 Meet and Greet

Testament live with Sepultura and Prong The forbearers of thrash resemble a Lovecraftian brotherhood. They're the elder gods who set everything in motion for generations to imitate, while still ruling the roost from on high. TESTAMENT stand proudly...

106.7 KBPI Presents: Testament <p>Testament live with Sepultura and Prong</p> <p> </p> <p>The forbearers of thrash resemble a Lovecraftian brotherhood. They're the elder gods who set everything in motion for generations to imitate, while still ruling the roost from on high.<br /><br />TESTAMENT stand proudly among the same vanguard that boasted "The Big 4" and beyond.<br /><br />For over three decades, the Bay Area quintet - Chuck Billy (vocals), Eric Peterson (guitars),<br /><br />Alex Skolnick (guitars), Steve DiGiorgio (bass), and Gene Hoglan (drums) - has consistently delivered unadulterated, unbridled, and unbreakable metal in its purest form without<br />compromise or any signs of slowing down. Over the course of seminal releases ranging from »The Legacy« and »Practice What You Preach« to »The Gathering« and »The Formation Of<br />Damnation«, which won "Best Album" at Metal Hammer's 2008 Golden Gods Awards, the group's sales exceeded 14 million worldwide with 2 million in the U.S. alone. Most recently, 2012's critically praised »Dark Roots Of Earth« assaulted the charts, moving over 20,000 first-week copies and seizing #12 on the Billboard Top 200, the band's highest U.S. chart bow ever. However, in 2016, TESTAMENT return with more teeth than ever on »Brotherhood Of The Snake« (Nuclear Blast).<br /><br />"The first record is always classic because you form the band, you're totally into it, you go through the club scene, find yourself, and write your initial album over multiple years," explains Eric. "Then, you get signed and end up in a cycle. We took some time to do »Brotherhood Of The Snake«, and it shows. Different influences came in. Normally, there are a few straight ahead thrash songs. We haven't had this many thrash tracks since »The Legacy«.<br /><br />It's a new era."</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
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  • Image $20 Advanced, $22 Day of Show

For The Love Of Punk & Channel 93.3's Complete Control Presents Me First and the Gimme Gimmes live with Together Pangea, Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds.

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes <p>For The Love Of Punk &amp; Channel 93.3's Complete Control Presents Me First and the Gimme Gimmes live with Together Pangea, Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

E-40
May 9, 2017

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  • Image $30 GA or $150 VIP Meet & Greet

KS 107.5 presents E-40 live at Summit Music Hall! All ages.

E-40 <p>KS 107.5 presents E-40 live at Summit Music Hall! All ages. </p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Superjoint
May 10, 2017

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  • Image $20-$40

Superjoint live at Summit Music Hall! With Battlecross & Childbite. All ages.

Superjoint <p>Superjoint live at Summit Music Hall! With Battlecross &amp; Childbite. All ages. </p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Hinder + Nonpoint
May 11, 2017

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Hinder & Nonpoint live at Summit Music Hall! With Nine Shrines & Chrysalis. All ages.

Hinder + Nonpoint <p>Hinder &amp; Nonpoint live at Summit Music Hall! With Nine Shrines &amp; Chrysalis. All ages. </p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Miss Fortune
May 19, 2017

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  • Image $11 Advanced, $14 Day of Show

Miss Fortune live with Wake Me, Red Tide Rising and ACEDIA This event is all ages.

Miss Fortune <p>Miss Fortune live with Wake Me, Red Tide Rising and ACEDIA</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Everclear
May 20, 2017

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  • Image $33.50-$225

Everclear So Much For The Afterglow 20th Anniversary tour! With Vertical Horizon & Fastball. Open to all ages. Presented by Soda Jerk & Live Nation.

Everclear <p>Everclear <em>So Much For The Afterglow</em> 20th Anniversary tour! With Vertical Horizon &amp; Fastball.</p> <p>Open to all ages.</p> <p>Presented by Soda Jerk &amp; Live Nation. </p> America/North_Dakota/Center
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  • Image $25 Advanced, $45 GA - VIP Balcony

103.5 THE FOX PRESENTS Yngwie Malmsteen live with Cellador This event is all ages.

103.5 The Fox Presents Yngwie Malmsteen <p>103.5 THE FOX PRESENTS Yngwie Malmsteen live with Cellador</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Punk Rock Bowling 2017
Jun 2, 2017 - Jun 3, 2017

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Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival announces the return of the best punk rock party in the nation coming to Denver, June 2 & 3. This year we are switching things up by hosting PRB for two nights at both Summit Music Hall AND Marquis Theater....

Punk Rock Bowling 2017 <p>Punk Rock Bowling &amp; Music Festival announces the return of the best punk rock party in the nation coming to Denver, June 2 &amp; 3. This year we are switching things up by hosting PRB for two nights at both Summit Music Hall AND Marquis Theater. A limited number of two day, all show, passes will be available as well as individual day tickets. In keeping with the true spirit of the Punk Rock Bowling Festival, fans can expect a weekend of music from punk rock legends, meet ups with long lost friends, bowling and a Pabst always in your hand. Tickets on Sale Friday April 14th, at 10am</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
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  • Image $25 Advanced, $28 Day of Show

Blackbear - Digital Drug Tour live wtih 24hrs, Elhae and Lil Aaron This event is all ages.

Blackbear - Digital Drug Tour <p>Blackbear - Digital Drug Tour live wtih 24hrs, Elhae and Lil Aaron</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

OVERLOAD Festival
Jul 17, 2017

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  • Image $20 Advanced GA Tier 1, $50 GA VIP

OVERLOAD Festival live with Code Black, Da Tweekaz, GAMMER, LNY TNZ, Noisecontrollers, Imperium and Waffle & Hartshorn This event is all ages.

OVERLOAD Festival <p>OVERLOAD Festival live with Code Black, Da Tweekaz, GAMMER, LNY TNZ, Noisecontrollers, Imperium and Waffle &amp; Hartshorn</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Taking Back Sunday
Aug 8, 2017

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  • Image $30 Advanced, $35 Day of Show

Channel 93.3 Presents Taking Back Sunday Every Time I Die and All Get Out This event is all ages.

Taking Back Sunday <p>Channel 93.3 Presents Taking Back Sunday Every Time I Die and All Get Out</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

X
Sep 9, 2017

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  • Image $27 Advanced, $99 VIP Package

This event is all ages.

X <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Ride
Sep 20, 2017

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  • Image $28 Advanced, $30 Day of Show

Ride live at the Summit Music Hall! This event is all ages.

Ride <p>Ride live at the Summit Music Hall!</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

Hanson
Oct 14, 2017

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Live Nation and Soda Jerk Present Hanson 25th Anniversary - Middle of Everywhere Tour live at Summit Music Hall!

Hanson <p>Live Nation and Soda Jerk Present<br />Hanson 25th Anniversary - Middle of Everywhere Tour live at Summit Music Hall!</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

The Strumbellas
Oct 16, 2017

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  • Image $25 Advanced, $28 Day of Show

Channel 93.3, Live Nation and Soda Jerk Present The Strumbellas live with Noah Kahan This event is all ages.

The Strumbellas <p>Channel 93.3, Live Nation and Soda Jerk Present The Strumbellas live with Noah Kahan</p> <p>This event is all ages.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

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