About The Grizzly Rose

The Grizzly Rose opened in 1989 and we are still going strong.  We are truly one of the last great honky tonks in the world.  The Grizzly Rose is known worldwide for hosting some of the best country concerts in Denver and across the nation.  We also feature concerts from all genres of music and we are the perfect place to get up close and personal with the bands people love.

Our 40,000 square feet of fun features a 2,500 square-foot floating hardwood dance floor, a 3,200 square foot private banquet .facility, General Store, Arcade Room, Pool Room, Shoe Shine Shop, Smoke Shop with lounge and a 2,000 square foot dance room.

The Grizzly Rose is famous for presenting the most prestigious names in country music including;  Garth Brooks, Chris Ledoux, Brooks & Dunn, Willie Nelson, Faith Hill, Taylor Swift, Chris Cagle, Waylon Jennings, Toby Keith and countless others.  No other concert venue or western bar in Denver lets you enjoy watching artists from just an arm’s length away, with live country bands six nights a week! (https://www.grizzlyrose.com)

Shows at the Venue

2,000 Casey Donahew fans are going to be hungover for Thanksgiving. Many of them will be feeling the effects of the alcohol and others will be hungover from the music. Packing the Grizzly Rose, eager listeners braved the Romaine lettuce recall which may or may not be renamed the Quinoa conspiracy. What are you going to eat? Iceberg lettuce? Please. It’s the quinoa companies are the ones who stand to make a killing with the lettuce recall. Please remove the tinfoil hat before reading any further. Read more here.

Frank Foster, from Cypress Bottom, Louisiana, might not have songs on Country radio, but that didn’t stop his fans from singing along to all of his songs on Friday night at the Grizzly Rose. Slinging songs from his 2011 Rowdy Reputation all the way through his current release, ‘Til I’m Gone, Foster spent the night possibly training for an appearance on American Ninja Warrior, by jumping and running from box to box on the stage, as he interacted with crazed listeners. Read more here.

Out of Nashville, TN, Rodney Atkins played to a SOLD OUT crowd at the Grizzly Rose on Friday night. Atkins kept the party going all night as he performed his mid-2000’s hits, If You’re Going Through Hell, Watching You, and Cleaning This Gun, These Are My People, along with songs that came later in his career, Farmer’s Daughter, He’s Mine,  It’s America, among others. Find the full set list and more pics in the slideshow. Read more here.