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455 South Colorado Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80246

The Gothic Theatre

The Gothic Theatre at Denver, Colorado
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3263 South BroadwayEnglewoodColorado 80113
303-788-0984
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Historic Gothic Theatre in Denver

Located in scenic Englewood, Colorado, just ten miles from downtown Denver, the Gothic Theatre is a landmark 1920's-era art deco theatre that features a variety of live entertainment, concerts, films, and events throughout the year. The theatre features stunning art deco style architecture, including murals and lighting fixtures, a unique, three-tiered balcony, a full bar, a large, retractable movie screen, and a historic marquis complete with a neon sign proclaiming the theatre's name in flowing script.

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Hours -

Box office opens 30 minutes before show time on concert and event dates.

Prices -

Concert and film prices vary based on each individual event.

Events -

Live concerts, films and private events.

Activities

  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • Private events
  • Battle of the Bands

Tips for visiting the Gothic Theatre

If you’re planning to see a concert at the Gothic Theatre, keep a few tips in mind. Parking is a challenge, and many parking spaces are only open to those with residential permits. The best bet is to arrive early to allow for time to find a safe parking place, as violators will be towed. Seating is also limited, so arriving early is your best bet if you want to find a good seat. Once you arrive, be sure to ask which line is for Will Call and which is for the entrance in order to avoid unnecessary waiting.

History of the Gothic Theatre

Opened during the height of the 1920s, the Gothic Theatre features grand art deco style architecture and was the first theatre in Denver to show “talkies” (movies with sound). The theatre’s façade was remodeled in the 1940s, but the interior was preserved, retaining its art deco splendor. In the late 1990s the Gothic Theatre was purchased and renovated into a music venue, complete with state-of-the-art lighting and sound. Today, the Gothic Theatre hosts a wide range of concerts, events and films.

FAQs

Where is the best place to sit?


The best place to sit at the Gothic Theatre is in the balcony, which offers the best vantage point and is often less crowded than the ground floor area.

How should I dress?


The Gothic Theatre tends to get hot and crowded, so dress in layers and leave heavy coats at home as there is no coat check available.

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