Denver concerts in July 2018 include Blues Traveler, Janelle Monae, and Harry Styles with Kacey Musgraves. Other top shows this month include String Cheese Incident, Keith Urban with Kelsea Ballerini, and Journey with Def Leppard.
You will also find some great performances at smaller venues all around town and some top performances all around Colorado. Scroll down to find a full schedule of top shows this month in Denver.
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7/1: Janelle Monae at the Paramount
7/3: Harry Styles & Kacey Musgraves at the Pepsi Center
7/4: Blues Traveler at Red Rocks
7/14: Keith Urban & Kelsea Ballerini at Fiddler's Green
7/15: Sheryl Crow at the Hudson Gardens & Event Center in Littleton
7/18: Counting Crows & Live at the Pepsi Center
7/21: Journey & Def Leppard at Coors Field
7/1: Aaron Watson at the Stampede Arena in Greeley
7/7: Clint Black at the Meeker Range Call & Rodeo in Meeker
7/11: Easton Corbin at the Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs
7/13 & 7/14: Dead & Company at Folsom Field in Boulder
7/17 & 7/18: String Cheese Incident at the Dillon Amphitheatre in Dillon
You will find tons of great Denver concerts in July at our top music venues. However, you can also see some great local bands and listen to music from around the world at our top festivals this month. These are just a few of my top picks.
LoHi Bazaar: The LoHi Bazaar is one of our newer festivals. It's in the popular LoHi District and offers three days of shopping, BBQ and live music from local bands.
Global Dance Festival: If you love electronic dance music, then head to the annual Global Dance Festival at Mile High Stadium. For three days, you will find artists and other electronic music fans from around the world.
Underground Music Showcase: The Underground Music Showcase is the premier indie music festival in Denver. During this three-day event, you will find more than 400 musicians performing on 20 stages all along Broadway Street.
Evergreen Jazz Festival: This intimate annual festival is one of my favorites. It features around a dozen acts performing at five small venues. It's the perfect summer treat for jazz lovers.
Some of the biggest Denver concerts in July are at the Pepsi Center in the downtown district. This venue holds around 18,000 people and is also home to the Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Avalanche. Check out this month's schedule below.
Fiddler's Green is one of our premier outdoor concert venues. They offer more than a dozen shows from May through September. They host performers such as the Dave Matthews Band, Weezer, Slayer, and Keith Urban.
Another fun place to see outdoor Denver concerts in July is at the Botanic Gardens. They offer Summer concerts each year in an intimate setting on the lawn. Performers here include artists such as Mary Chapin Carpenter, the Violent Femmes, Bruce Hornsby, and Melissa Etheridge.
The famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre is another one of the great places to see top Denver concerts in July. All month long, they host a variety of artists including rock, pop, country, and jazz.
The Grizzly Rose is the place to go to watch both legendary and up-and-coming country artists. Each month, they offer about a half dozen shows with names such as Clint Black, John Michael Montgomery, and Jerrod Niemann.
The Paramount Theatre is a popular venue in downtown Denver. Each month, they feature a variety of concerts, movie screenings, comedians and so much more. This historic building is a great place to catch a show.
Contemporary rock fans will love the calendar of upcoming concerts at the Ogden Theatre. This venue is in the Capitol Hill District and seats about 1,600 people.
The Summit Music Hall is a smaller venue in downtown Denver near Coors Field. They feature several shows a week from local and up-and-coming artists. The venue is standing room only and all tickets are general admission.
Cervantes is an intimate venue with two stages for performances. The larger stage is the Masterpiece Ballroom. The smaller one is The Other Side. They feature dozens of performances each month in the Five Points District.
The Fillmore Auditorium is a classic places to see Denver concerts in July. You will find it in the Capitol Hill District along East Colfax. The venue has a capacity of around 3,700 people.