The Gothic Theatre
The Gothic Theater is a former movie theater turned music venue in Colorado. It was built in the 1920s but later revitalized in 1998. Since the theater re-opened in 1998, it has held an abundance of events, ranging from local concerts to private events and film showcases. The theater is located on 3263 South Broadway in the city of Englewood, Colorado.
The Gothic has hosted many distinguished shows since its opening. Local bands as well as nationally recognized bands have showcased their talent. A few of the more noteworthy musicians and bands that have played at The Gothic are: Lady Gaga, Death Cab for Cutie, Built To Spill, The Fray, Milkman, Broken Bells, Dr. Dog, Pretty Lights, The Cranberries, All Time Low, Ingrid Michaelson, Pat Benatar, Three Six Mafia, Gavin Rossdale (of Bush), Cold War Kids, The Wallflowers, Rise Against, Blue yster Cult, The Black Keys and so many more!
In addition to bands, The Gothic also showcases screenings of different films such as the Teton Gravity Research Ski/Snowboard Movie Premiere of The Tangerine Dream and The 48 Hour Film Project. Comedy tours like that of Michael Ian Black have also played at The Gothic. As a small local venue, The Gothic also consistently is home to local battle of the bands shows.
Named Best Live Music Venue in Denver by 5280 Magazine's Top of the Town 2011!