Describing Boulder's music scene requires two words: Fox Theatre. The intimate hall, located on The Hill, feels more like ... More
Describing Boulder's music scene requires two words: Fox Theatre. The intimate hall, located on The Hill, feels more like a gathering place, rather than a concert hall. It has the same feel of drinking beer in your friend's big garage, except that this place holds over 400 people, has precise acoustics, and draws some of the biggest names in music. Bands like 311 and Counting Crows, who easily sell out larger venues in Denver, always opt to stop by the Fox, drawn by the wild fans and the small town ambiance.
From every angle the jagged peaks of the Flatirons (The) tower above Chautauqua Park, offering some of the most astounding
panoramic views in the area. Originally designed as a cultural gathering place for the surrounding community, the park still ...
Do not let the hole in the wall facade and dilapidated interior of this restaurant fool you—it is one of
Boulder's best kept secrets. The overflowing portions of Mexican and New Mexican regulars, blue corn tortillas, steaming enchiladas, pinto ...
This posh venue has graced downtown Boulder since 1906. Originally opened as an opera house, the historic building underwent a
massive renovation in the 1980s. Located just off the Pearl Street Mall , the complex hosts nightly concerts, film ...