Today, we’re heading off to Denver. The lovely city which we recently covered has once again grabbed our attention with their friendly people and gorgeous scenery. In our last Denver article, we covered some of the top places to go see EDM and venues frequented by your favorite DJs. Today, however, will focus on the places that focus more on Hip Hop and provide a great atmosphere to listen to your favorite artists. Without further waiting, here we go!
Looking for the hottest clubs in Denver? See upcoming events sign up for guest list and book table service directly on the free Discotech Mobile App. Or reach out to our help line directly at 4157356716 – we can help you pick a spot for your next night out in Denver.
Milk is a true underground club in the lower portion of the historical Jonas Bros. Furs building. Multiple rooms create one of the best nightlife atmospheres in Denver, from the checkered Milk Bar styled after the cult classic milk bar in Stanley Kubrick’s Clockwork Orange to the cozy Jazz Room with it’s posh seating and private allure to the Green Room, Red Room, and Arcade Room, so make sure to completely explore the whole facility to get the full Milk experience. Milk is 21+ always! Click upcoming events at Milk to reserve a table or sign up for Guest List!
What many have called “the Future of Denver’s nightlife,” Temple Denver is a must stop for those looking to rage. This hotspot has been attracting big names and fun crowds long enough to establish itself as one of the premier go-to spots in Denver.
Of course Temple is for the people, but Temple prides itself on being a venue created for artists. Local and internationally reknowned names rarely find a location that can compliment their style the way Temple does. If your not a big artist, fear not because Temple offers bottle service for those who want to feel like a rockstar for a couple hours.
This venue is great for any event, Hip Hop or EDM, but make sure to see upcoming events at Temple to see who’s performing.
Dorchester Social is one of the new Hip Hop hotspots in Denver at the moment. As a patron exclaims “The place is PACKED, and the music is good and the drinks are priced great.”
Dorchester Soail also has an upstairs portion that is indoor/outdoor. The club is 4:20 friendly, so you can smoke weed in the upstairs portion if you like. But be warned, it will get hella hazy up there, so steer clear if you can’t handle it. Also, the club is in reasonable walking distance to most of the downtown hotels and restaurants so just walk it out and save the money you had stashed for an Uber. Dorchester Social is a highly reviewed bar that tends to play Hip Hop more then anything else.
The Church is an old church that was bought and converted into an iconic Denver nightclub. Completed in 1889, this former place of worship is now home to dance worshippers and gets pumping Friday through Sunday. This place is one of our favorites. I mean, how many venues let you tell the story where you can reserve bottle service and table in a church? Not many we know of.
The high-beamed Gothic architecture & stained glass windows are accompanied by new state of the art lighting design and the top-rated Void Acoustics Incubus Sound system. This is one of Denver’s top tier dance club experience that draws the best from international DJs and cutting edge talent weekly. Make sure to see upcoming events at the Church to see who’s next!