Lucky Strike Lanes Belmar's 16 synthetic lanes gleam under a healthy collection of neon lights and high-definition television screens as leather sofas at each lane cradle guests who patiently wait their turn. When not bowling, bowlers can play foosball or billiards at the onsite sports bar or order from a full menu of pizzas, sandwiches, and other grilled items. The sports bar?s wooden accents add to the alley?s decor, which harks back to midcentury lounge styling without vintage drawbacks such as faulty ball returns or the ghosts of failed mayoral candidates floating down the alleyways.
A self-contained, state-of-the-art, HD interactive audio/video recording studio, MyStudio features groundbreaking quality in a stand-alone, self-service format. MyStudio enables users, for a $20 fee, to record a personalized video with professional-quality background, lighting and sound.
Originally known as the Garden of Angels, Red Rocks enchants visitors with ethereal scenery and top-notch acoustics 6,450 feet above sea level. The amphitheater geologically emerged from the ocean floor over millions of years, its walls housing fossil fragments of various dinosaurs, including plesiosaurs, mosasaurs, and several plush Barney dolls. The carbon-dated rock 'n' roll history of Red Rocks includes performances by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and The Grateful Dead, who kept coming back to the venue year after year in search of their missing flip-flops. The sonic stone architecture of the venue has also led to dozens of popular live recordings, including U2’s Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky, John Tesh’s Live at Red Rocks, and Neil Young’s Road Rock Vol. 1.
During a 75-minute, handicap-accessible walking tour, curious sports fans and massive architecture nuts will explore the inner workings of the Broncos' massive home stable as professional guides lead the half-mile journey into gridiron sectors shrouded in mystery to outsiders. After inspecting the United Club level and private party suites, where Forbes 500 members watch football games while relishing caviar hot dogs and waving Fabergé foam fingers, the pigskin pilgrimage crosses field side for a ground-level view of the 76,000 seats and brief end zone dance rehearsal before treating tourists to a backstage glimpse of the press center and visitors' locker room. Your expedition will also pass through the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, whose exhibits celebrate home-grown individuals that embody athletic excellence. Such local luminaries include women's pro golfing great "Babe" Didrickson, heavyweight Jack Dempsey, and Broncos legend John Elway, who is forever entombed in carbonite in the Ring of Fame and only released to film weekly talk shows and anti-extraterrestrial PSAs.
Herman's Hideaway has lured music lovers with an action-packed slate of performers for more than 25 years. Before the show, guests can chat up a bartender over a draft beer or vodka tonic. Instead of hosting an all-polka lineup, Herman's Hideaway dabbles in many musical genres, welcoming rock bands, jazz combos, and reggae collectives from nearby neighborhoods and far-flung nation-states. On August 22, MC Frontalot will use song to explain how nerdcore hip-hop emerged from a bizarre accident involving an apple, a candy factory, and an optometrist's office. Local math-metal quartet Seris will launch a tour from Herman's stage on August 27, and 13-piece funk band Funkiphino will spawn a dance party with soulful rhythms and come-hither nostril flares on September 9.
Tony Bennett, the preeminent singer’s singer, gifts audiences with the smoothness of his showmanship and golden voice, crooning the tunes that epitomized American music in a very special evening at the historic Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Effortlessly charming the pantaloons off the greatest generation, melting the scowls of the MTV generation, and filling the coldly logical robot generation with joy, Tony will smile-sing through his canon of dependable torch songs and big-band swingers. Tony’s musical magic has endured for more than half a century due to his graceful voice and boyish manner. Floating with Tony on this enchanting night, daughter Antonia Bennett joins her papa for swooping duets, proving that the apple doesn’t fall far from the larynx.