Group Transportation to Concerts and Festivals in Denver

Experience Denver’s famous live music scene

Denver loves live music. You can nearly always find a band, singer, DJ, or rapper performing at one of the three dozen concert venues in and around the city. But finding parking for concerts or music festivals in an already bustling city can be tough. That’s where Denver Charter Bus Company comes in.

Denver CBC offers a wide array of buses, from minibuses for up to 25 people to full-size motorcoaches for up to 56. Whether you’re taking a group of friends to a three-day music festival or treating your band class to a jazz concert, we can help you and your group relax with amenities like reclining seats and free WiFi for streaming Spotify. Call us at 303-495-2341 to reserve your charter bus, and keep reading to learn about some of the amazing music festivals and concert venues in the Mile High City.

Popular concert venues

Denver’s auditoriums and theaters host performances by everyone from Top 40 icons to local alt-rock bands. You’ll have more than 30 concert spots to choose from in Colorado’s capital, but here are a few of the most acclaimed:

Fillmore Auditorium

Built in 1907, Fillmore Auditorium is now one of Denver’s most popular music venues and boasts the largest general admission area of any indoor concert space. This Capitol Hill destination has hosted artists from Marilyn Manson to Erykah Badu and holds a unique liquor license that lets guests over 21 and those under 21 stand together rather than being separated by age. 

Address: 1510 N Clarkson St, Denver, CO 80218
Phone: 303-837-0360

The Ogden Theatre

When The Ogden Theatre opened in 1919, it hosted organ recitals, dances, and vaudeville acts, including a magic performance by Harry Houdini. It then became a movie theatre before assuming its new identity as a contemporary/alternative rock concert space. Like the Fillmore, The Ogden is in Capitol Hill, and you’ll have to pay to park in nearby garages. Having a minibus drop you off could be a great alternative to paying for spaces for multiple cars.

Address: 935 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80218
Phone: 303-832-1874

Pepsi Center

If you want to go to a concert by a big name (like Cher, Miranda Lambert, or The Who kind of big), the Pepsi Center is your venue. The home of the Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Avalanche, the arena hosts 20,000-person shows when it’s not busy hosting games. If you don’t want to pay for parking, your charter bus can drop you off and pick you up in the rideshare area.

Address: 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver, CO 80204
Phone: 303-405-1100

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre

Easily the most famous venue in the Denver area, this naturally occurring outdoor amphitheatre is acclaimed throughout the U.S. for its excellent acoustics and stunning beauty. Take in music by artists like the Wu-Tang Clan, deadmau5, and Brantley Gilbert while watching the sun set behind the crimson hills.

Address: 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, CO 80465
Phone: 720-865-2494

Local festivals

If one night of music isn’t enough for you, Denver has you covered with an abundance of local festivals. Planning to have a drink while you’re there? A charter bus offers a safe way to get home each night before heading back for another full day of music.

Westword Music Showcase

Denver’s festival season kicks off with the Westword Music Showcase, held at the end of June. This festival only lasts one day but features a huge variety of locally and nationally renowned acts. In the past, the lineup has included alt-rock stars like CHVRCHES, Bishop Briggs, and lovelytheband.

Address: 1080-1098 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204

Blues from the Top

Take a charter bus out to Winter Park for this blues, roots, soul and American rock festival, held at the end of June. Twice voted the Best Blues Festival in Colorado by the Colorado Blues Society, Blues from the Top has welcomed artists like Lucinda Williams and The Allman Betts Band.

Address: 78821 US-40, Winter Park, CO 80482

Global Dance Festival

The Global Dance Festival takes place each July at Empower Field at Mile High. Dance to music by artists like Diplo and Galantis, dine at an array of food trucks, and climb onboard carnival rides with thousands of other EDM fans at this two-day festival.

Address: 1701 Bryant St., Denver, CO 80204

Underground Music Showcase

The Underground Music Showcase takes over Broadway street in the heart of Denver for three days at the end of July. As the name indicates, this festival features an array of lesser-known indie artists playing at 16 indoor venues and three outdoor stages. Have your charter bus drop you off at the north or south end of Broadway so you can walk to all the different sections of the festival.

Address: Broadway, Denver, CO

None of those events sound like your type? Check out the many other festivals held throughout Colorado, including the ARISE bluegrass festival, the Folks Festival, and Country Jam.

Take a charter bus to Denver’s concerts and festivals

Live music is incredible. Waiting twenty minutes for a rideshare in a massive crowd after the show ends is less incredible. Book a minibus or charter bus ahead of time so you and your friends can recover in reclining seats and air-conditioning after hours of cheering on your favorite artists.

Call Denver Charter Bus Company at 303-495-2341 and book your motorcoach today. We’ll take care of the driving–you focus on figuring out which bands to see.

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