Photo courtesy of The Church
Unique among Denver nightclubs, The Church is just what it sounds like: A dance club housed in a former place of worship. The church itself was built in 1865 and its Gothic architecture may have... Read More
Unique among Denver nightclubs, The Church is just what it sounds like: A dance club housed in a former place of worship. The church itself was built in 1865 and its Gothic architecture may have particular appeal for the Goth subculture of the city, though it's a cool space no matter what kind of music moves you. The Old World ambiance is supercharged by a state-of-the-art sound system and cutting-edge DJs with regional and national followings. Open Thursday to Sunday, 9 p.m.-2 a.m., The Church is for ages 18 and older. On Fridays and Saturdays a late-night sushi bar provides sustenance. On Global Fridays, the feast is a more visual experience, thanks to the GoGo Nightlife Dancers and $1 drinks for women 21 and older. Saturday is typically Latin night, and on Sundays DJs spin Goth, alternative and industrial.
- Thu-Sun 9pm-2am
- Cover Charge Depends on Day
- Nightlife near Sports Authority Field at Mile High: "If you get too tipsy on Friday and Saturday nights order off the late-night sushi menu."
- Best for Nightlife near Sports Authority Field at Mile High Because: It's a nightclub in an old gothic church. How cool is that?