Denver Concerts in September include internationally known artists such as Phish, Lyle Lovett, and Bruno Mars. Other top shows this month include Deep Purple with Judas Priest, the Big Gigantic, and Lauryn Hill.
It's the last month for performances at many of Denver's outdoor venues.
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8/31-9/2: Phish at Dick's Sporting Goods Park
9/4: Lyle Lovett and His Large Band at Red Rocks
9/7 & 9/8: Bruno Mars and Cardi B at the Pepsi Center
9/23: Deep Purple & Judas Priest at the Pepsi Center
9/25: Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band at the Paramount
9/13: The Mountain Goats at the Boulder Theater
9/15: Tyler Farr, Chancey Williams, and The Younger Brother Bands at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland
9/21: Jake Owen, Chris Janson, and Jordan Davis at Security Service Field in Colorado Springs
9/23: Graham Nash at the Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder
Ticketmaster: The best place to find a wide range of tickets for Denver concerts in September is on Ticketmaster. They offer tickets to most of the venues in Denver and around Colorado including the Pepsi Center, the Paramount, Red Rocks and others. Visit Ticketmaster for tickets to upcoming shows in Denver.
TicketLiquidator: Another retailer I use for sold out shows or for better seats to a performance is TicketLiquidator. They are a third-party reseller and have a huge selection to tickets for concerts, sports, and other fun activities around Denver. I've used them dozens of times and have always been pleased with my experience. Find tickets on Ticketliquidator.com.
In addition to all of the great Denver concerts in September, you will also find a few other places for great live music.
Colorado Symphony: The Colorado Symphony kicks off their upcoming season in September each year. They offer both classical performances as well as movie scores. Both offer you a chance to listen to some of the best live music around town. They feature around a dozen shows each month. Get their full schedule for September.
Denver Festivals: September is also a great time to get outdoors and enjoy some of the live music at our festivals. This month, you will find several festivals every weekend. Some of the most popular picks include A Taste of Colorado and the Sunnyside Music Festival. Find a full calendar here.
Theater: You will also find a variety of Broadway musicals this and every month in Denver. They aren't the typical live music performances, but you will enjoy an evening full of live music. Denver has an amazing theater scene and brings in huge productions such as Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, and Les Miserables. Find an up-to-date theater calendar here.
The Pepsi Center is our largest indoor concert venue. This is where you will find big international stars on stage. It holds about 18,000 people and is also home to the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche.
Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre in Englewood wraps up their Summer concerts series each September. Catch one of their last shows this month.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO is only about 25 minutes from downtown Denver. It's one of the best places to catch an outdoor concert this Fall. They have a full month of Denver concerts in September so make sure to add one to your itinerary this month.
The Fillmore Auditorium is a legendary venue in Denver's Capitol Hill District. With about 3,500 seats, it's one of the best places for Denver concerts in September.
The Grizzly Rose is a county bar that offers live music most nights of the week. They feature up-and-coming bands as well as popular local bands. About four or five times a month, you will also find some bigger name artists on stage.
The Paramount Theatre is another top picks for Denver concerts in September. This historic downtown venue features a handful of international artists on stage this month. Check out their full schedule below.
The Ogden Theatre is another fun venues to catch one of the Denver concerts in September. You will find the Ogden about a block away from the Fillmore Auditorium along East Colfax. It hosts mainly contemporary rock shows.
The Summit Music Hall is a smaller venue in downtown Denver. It's managed by Live Nation and features several concerts each week. It's a standing room only venue with space for around 1,000 people.
My final recommendation for Denver concerts in September is Cervantes'. They have two stages of live music. Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom is the larger stage and The Other Side is the smaller stage. It's a great place to catch a concert and you will find it in the Five Points District.
In addition to these Denver concerts in September, you will find a variety of other fun things to do this month too. Here are just a few of my favorites.
Denver Broncos Football: The Denver Broncos kick off their season every September. You will find one to two games at home each year. All games are played near downtown Denver in Mile High Stadium. Find this year's schedule.
Colorado Rockies Baseball: The Colorado Rockies also wrap up their season at Coors Field every Fall. They play around a dozen home games each September. Check out their schedule, so you can cheer them on to post-season play. Find a full schedule here.
Comedy Shows: Another one of my favorites is comedy shows. You will find both big name comedians on stage here as well as local improv shows where you never know what will happen next. Find a schedule of shows and details on our top comedy clubs.
All Things to Do in September: To make it even easier to find a list of things to do this month, I've created a full list of activities you can enjoy each September. It includes both indoor and outdoor activities, so you will always be prepared for what the Fall weather brings. Find my full list here.