Located in the heart of Denver's LoDo neighborhood, the Summit Music Hall opened in 2006 and has been a staple in the rock community ever since. This intimate venue is made up of two sections: the main music venue itself and the Moon Room. The latter consists of the front half of the venue and hosts events featuring local Denver bands, providing them with exposure and an incredible experience. Though Denver's favorite music club typically hosts heart-pounding rock bands such as Senses Fail and Gwar, dynamic acts like the rappers DMX and Wiz Khalifa and more low-key indie performers such as Lily Allen and Dashboard Confessional have also graced the main stage. StubHub is the best place to find Summit Music Hall tickets.
What is the Summit Music Hall's seating capacity?
This music venue has a seating capacity of 1,100 with plans to expand up to 1,300 by 2020, making Summit Music Hall seating nice and intimate.
Is the Summit Music Hall Accessible by public transportation?
Busses 0, 112x, 15, 28 and FF7 all stop near this music club at Champa Street.
What is parking like at Summit Music Hall shows?
There is covered parking at the Guaranty Bank Garage, which is on 18th Street and Market Street. Guests can also park at metered street parking, but it is very limited.
What food and drink offerings are available at the Summit Music Hall?
There is a full kitchen near the main stage, so guests won't go hungry during the show. This welcoming venue also serves an array of nonalcoholic and alcoholic beverages. For alcoholic beverages, guests must provide valid proof of age. No outside food and drink are permitted within the venue.
Are there other entertainment options near the Summit Music Hall?
Located at Blake and 19th, this venue is right across the street from an arcade bar, 1UP, as well as within walking distance to the 16th Street Mall. There are a number of museums in the nearby area, including the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Denver Art Museum. The Milk Market is also one block down, so guests can peruse local vendor's wares before or after the show.
Is the Summit Music Hall a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Yes, it is a wheelchair-friendly venue. Guests who are in need of accessible seating for a Summit Music Hall event are asked to arrive a little earlier to the show, so security can set them up towards the front of the venue.
Are children welcome at the Summit Music Hall?
Shows at Summit are all-ages unless stated otherwise. Shows that are designated as 18+ or 21+ require all guests have a valid ID proving age. Age restrictions are clearly printed on tickets.Back to Top
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