12 Denver Shows You Need to See in November

12 Denver Shows You Need to See in November

If you’re searching for something to keep you warm while cold weather approaches, then look no further! Even with Red Rocks season over, there are still a ton of incredible concerts in Colorado this month. From shows like Thrice at Summit and The Menzingers at The Bluebird to two nights of both Every Time I Die and Underoath and even intimate performances from Justin Courtney Pierre of Motion City Soundtrack and Mark Rose of Spitalfield, there’s a little something for everyone happening this month.

Check out some of our most anticipated shows of November below! Who do you think we should check out this month? As always, let us know in the comments! 

11/6 - The Story So Far @ The Ogden Theatre

What a perfect lineup to start November off strong! The Story So Far are currently celebrating the release of their ambitious new album, Proper Dose, and they’re bringing along none other than Turnover, Citizen and Movements for the ride. A stellar lineup from start to finish, this is one show that you do not want to miss!

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11/6 - Circa Survive @ The Oriental Theatre

Circa Survive always put on an incredible show, and if you’ve seen them live the past few times they’ve come through Colorado, you probably don’t need convincing to make it out to this show. But, if you do, then maybe a killer lineup including La Dispute and Queen of Jeans and the fact that this will be your last chance to see the band before they go back into the studio will do the trick.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.


11/6 - Joywave & Sir Sly @ The Gothic Theatre

Sir Sly are still riding the waves of success from their debut full-length, Don’t You Worry, Honey, following non-stop tour dates and festival appearances while Joywave are currently wrapping up a whirlwind of a year, but that doesn’t mean that either band will be burnt out by the time they come through Denver on the 6th. Both Joywave and Sir Sly are known for their incredible live presence, and this upcoming show promises to be no different.

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11/7 - Thrice @ Summit

It has been a while since Thrice has come through Denver, and with a fantastic new album and likely killer setlist, this show promises to be near perfection. Thrice always delivers a solid live performance, making this a show you don’t want to miss!

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11/10 - The Menzingers @ The Bluebird Theater

Every time The Menzingers come through Colorado, they put on one hell of a show, and this one promises to be even better than the last. With two new singles out now and more new music likely coming soon, there will be plenty of fan-favorites and new jams to be heard at this show.

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11/11 - Old Wounds @ Moon Room

Old Wounds are back and better than ever with frontman Kevin Iavaroni leading the charge once more. With a legendary live presense and new music to play for die-hard fans, this intimate show at the Moon Room is going to be one for the books.

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11/13 - Hands Like Houses @ The Marquis Theater

Hands Like Houses are already a must-see band whenever they come through Colorado, but with a new album out now and a stacked lineup along for the ride, this show is going to be incredible from start to finish! Opening artists include Emarosa (who are known for their mind-blowing live performances) and the rising act The Faim.

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11/16 or 11/17 - Every Time I Die @ The Bluebird Theater

If for some reason, you need convincing to see Every Time I Die, here you go. Each time they play in Colorado, they put on an incredible set, from energetic performances at Warped Tour to their chaotic and intimate show at Streets Of London, Every Time I Die know how to entertain a crowd. With two nights at The Bluebird, things are bound to get rowdy, and you’re going to want to be there!

PURCHASE TICKETS FOR FRIDAY, THE 16TH HERE.

PURCHASE TICKETS FOR SATURDAY, THE 17TH HERE.


11/16 - Mark Rose of Spitalfield @ The Black Buzzard

In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Spitalfield’s Remember Right Now, Mark Rose will be playing an intimate acoustic set at the Black Buzzard alongside hometown favorites My Body Sings Electric and The Hollow. Not only will this show be great from start to finish, but we recommend showing up early to grab a couple of drinks and some food at Oskar Blues for a perfect night.

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11/23 or 11/24 - Underoath @ The Ogden Theatre

Underoath have been touring relentlessly since the release of their latest album, Erase Me, but aside from an acoustic show at The Black Buzzard this summer, they haven’t hit Denver yet - until now! Thankfully, they’re making up for it with not one, but two headlining shows at The Ogden Theatre, and with a promise to play one of the longest (and best) sets of their career on this tour, this is one you don’t want to miss! Making it even better are the opening acts, Dance Gavin Dance, Crown The Empire and The Plot In You.

PURCHASE TICKETS FOR FRIDAY THE 23RD HERE.

PURCHASE TICKETS FOR SATURDAY THE 24TH HERE.


11/26 - Pale Waves @ The Bluebird Theater

Pale Waves have been steadily rising to success following their supporting run with The 1975 last year, non-stop tour dates and the release of their highly anticipated debut full-length album, My Mind Makes Noises, so it comes as no surprise that the band has upgraded from the intimate Larimer Lougne (where they played last time they were here) to the bigger room at The Bluebird Theater. With a much bigger catalogue to pull from this time around, this show is one you don’t want to miss!

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11/28 - Justin Courtney Pierre @ Larimer Lounge

If you’ve been missing Motion City Soundtrack since their breakup in 2016, then you have no reason not to make it out to frontman Justin Courtney Pierre’s headlining show at Larimer Lounge this month. His new solo effort, In The Drink will make you excited for his future and eager to see him perform these songs live!

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