Mission Ballroom

What’s the story behind this venue?
Itโ€™s not often that a city the size of Denver gets a brand new, state-of-the-art music venue. Located in the industrial-yet-chic River North (RiNo) neighborhood, the just-opened Mission Ballroom is just the place to wear your best jeans, snap a few Instagrams, and enjoy a $13 cocktail.

Who tends to come through?
Unlike many of Denverโ€™s other big event venues like Mile High or the Pepsi Center, Mission Ballroom is all about music, with nary a sports event in sight. You can expect a top-notch rotating lineup of indie, hip hop, and mainstream bands; the likes of Tame Impala, Wilco, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, and the Wu-Tang Clan. ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

Nice. How are the seats?
The most well-known and iconic music venue in Colorado is the natural amphitheater at Red Rocks, and Mission Ballroom was said to be inspired by the first-rate acoustics of its outdoor competitor. With a flexible seating system that ranges from 2,200 to 3,950 guests, the space truly doesnโ€™t have a bad seat. A floor area provides an intimate experience, while seats higher up deliver excellent sight lines. Even the east and west balconies don’t disappoint; this is a concert venue that has space for everyone. ์•ˆ์ „ํ•œ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

Good for kids?
It’s really better for adults, unless itโ€™s specifically billed as a kid-centric show.

Anything that really sets it apart as a venue?
This medium-sized venue doesn’t draw the powerhouse artists that normally fill stadiums. But keep an eye out; with a moveable stage, high-tech lighting and sound, and a growing reputation, the Mission Ballroom is booking better acts than any other 4,000-person venue in the West.

So why would you recommend this venue, and who for? ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ ์ถ”์ฒœ
Packed with colorful art made for Instagram, a tap list that will make any beer lover swoon, and more than one hip bar, the Mission Ballroom is a dream destination for friends celebrating a birthday or Sunday funday. High-energy couples will also feel at home, but more subdued jazz-bar types should look elsewhere.

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