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October 16

Mario Kart 64 Tournament

Mario Kart 64 Tournament

Tuesday Oct 16, 2018 7:00pm

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Mario Kart 64 Tournament hosted by Live MC Free to Enter / 21+ $2 Tacos, $3 Breckenridge Brewery Lager Prizes for 1st-4th Place Registration starts at 6pm Hosted by Excalibur Mobile Entertainment

October 16

80's Music Bingo

80's Music Bingo

Tuesday Oct 16, 2018 7:00pm

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Break out your favorite pair of Z. Cavaricci’s, grab a NY Seltzer, your favorite mix cassette tape and join us for a night of All 80’s Name-That-Tune Themed Bingo! 80’s Dinner Menu & Specialty Drinks $2 Tacos & 20 Colorado Craft Beers starting at $3 21+ Event / Hosted by Excalibur Mobile Entertainment

October 17

Denver Nuggets Season Opener Watch Party

Denver Nuggets Season Opener Watch Party

Wednesday Oct 17, 2018 8:30pm

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Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers 8:30pm Tip-off Drink Specials Home Opener Ticket Giveaway at Halftime!

October 20

The March Divide

The March Divide

Saturday Oct 20, 2018 7:00pm

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The March Divide The March Divide – Anticipation Pops – Slow Start Records – Aug. 24th, 2018 You think we’d know Jared Putnam by now. Over the course of three “impressively hooky” (American Songwriter) albums, five “completely clever” (Performer Magazine) EPs, numerous singles, and a batch of cover songs in a mere half-decade, Putnam’s mostly one-man project The March Divide has delivered a seemingly unending stream of songs that have established the San Antonio-based artist as one of the best rock songwriters working today. Putnam’s upcoming fourth The March Divide album is Anticipation Pops (Aug. 24th, Slow Start Records) and is his best work to date, mostly because the ten songs here reveal a greater emotional depth, along with performances, and lyrics, that go beyond anything that Putnam has offered up before. Perhaps his near-manic recording and touring schedule was prologue that has led to the relatable sensitivity that is this album. “This record feels like a new direction,” Putnam says. Recording at home on the fly, and skipping his usual demo and pre-production process, has allowed Putnam to maintain a spontaneous feeling that informs these songs, and obviously kept him from overthinking lyrics or anything else that stood in the way of a group of tunes that could be called “raw” if Putnam wasn’t so good at producing himself and if the word “raw” didn’t scream “under produced.” That is to say: these songs sound great. Putnam claims that the work on Anticipation Pops represent a thematic “consistent inconsistency,” different from his more planned past albums. And while he dials that back when he agrees that the album is cohesive, he’s either being modest, or is far enough outside of his comfort zone now not to notice that Anticipation Pops is actually his most thematic record of all. Writing ten personal songs from a unique perspective, but relatable to everyone, is an artistic goal most songwriters never achieve. True to Putnam’s attitude of throwing caution to the wind with this album, the first single is the record’s aptly titled opening cut, “I Don’t Care,” a two-minute gem that leaves ‘em wanting more. “I think there’s something really special about a two-minute pop song,” Putnam says. “It’s like a shot of adrenaline. A song like that is a flash – it comes and goes – and is unexpected. ‘I Don’t Care’ really sets the tone. It’s a slow build of liberation and confidence, expressed in just two minutes.” Doubling down on the attitude of “I Don’t Care,” Putnam affirms once again that he made Anticipation Pops by deciding, “this is what I’m doing, take it or leave it.” Apparently he didn’t know that the result would be the work his fans can care for most of all. Anticipation Pops, the fourth full-length album by The March Divide is out August 24th, 2018, on the artist’s recently co-founded Slow Start Records label, preceded by the single, “I Don’t Care”. https://soundcloud.com/the-march-divide/sets/booking-acoustic-shows/s-uPf1b http://bigtakeover.com/news/song-premiere-tired-voice-by-the-march-divide

October 21

The Shady Brunch

The Shady Brunch

Sunday Oct 21, 2018 10:00am

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The Monkey Barrel Presents: A Brunch & Music Tribute to Eminem For over 20 Years Eminem has consistently delivered the unexpected. He released The Slim Shady LP in early 1999, and the album went multi-platinum, garnering Eminem two Grammy Awards and four MTV Video Music Awards. In 2000, the rapper released The Marshall Mathers LP, which was noted as the fastest-selling album in rap history. In 2010, Eminem released the Grammy-winning album Recovery, a highly autobiographical attempt to come to terms with his struggles with addiction and experience with rehabilitation. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013) also garnered numerous accolades, and the artist later followed with Revival (2017) and Kamikaze (2018). Doors Open at 10am / DJ Notch 11-2pm / This is a 21+ Event Seating & Tables are First-Come-First-Serve VIP Reserved Tables available by calling 720-638-3655

October 30

Tim Burton Trivia

Tim Burton Trivia

Tuesday Oct 30, 2018 7:00pm

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Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Batman, Pee Wee's Big Adventure, A Nightmare Before Christmas & More! Join us for a Special Halloween Edition of Trivia as we host an all Tim Burton Themed Trivia Night. Test your knowledge of all of Tim Burton's hits ( and misses ) in a team based trivia challenge. Free to Play / 21+ Cool Collectible Prizes from some of Tim Burton's Most Popular Films Themed Dinner Menu and Specialty Drinks Hosted by Excalibur Mobile Entertainment {It should come as no shock to the fans of director Tim Burton that he spent his formative years glued to the tube, watching old cartoons and horror flicks. Such early influences no doubt helped to form the deliciously ghoulish and artfully warped sensibility of a director who was to become known for his forays into the bizarre outer regions of mainstream celluloid. The emphasis on "mainstream" is notable: Burton's career has been distinguished in part by the director's skillful ability to remain just inside the realm of the mainstream while producing work of a decidedly unconventional vision}