Denver’s Summit Music Hall, along with the Marquis Theater, will undergo major renovations this summer, causing both to be closed temporarily.

After acquiring Summit Music Hall back in February, Live Nation has announced that they will temporarily close the space for the summer in order to make some much-needed renovations.

The renovations will increase the capacity from 1,100 to 1,350 as well as improve the sound system, upgrade and expand restrooms and sight lines from the balcony, upgrade the artist dressing rooms, and improve the overall aesthetic and cosmetic details to the entire building.

Summit will be closed between June 21 and September 6, with concerts to be immediately held after it reopens. The adjacent Marquis Theater will undergo similar renovations and be closed to the public from July 2 to August 12, with the Marquis Pizza remaining open during construction.

In addition to the Marquis Theater and Summit Music Hall’s renovations, Live Nation has announced the fall lineup for both, which you can view below:

Fall Lineup for Summit Music Hall

September 6 – STS9
September 7 – The Epilogues + PLACES
September 8 – Stones Throw feat. Mayer Hawthorne, Dam Funk, J Rocc
September 13 – Residente
September 14 – Suicide Girls
September 15 – E-40
September 21 – El Ten Eleven
September 29 – Emo Nite LA
October 6 – Autograf
October 8 & 9 – Against Me!
October 10 – GWAR & Hatebreed
October 12 – The Dan Band
October 19 & 20 – Tycho (DJ Set)
November 3 – Lily Allen
November 6 – Lil Xan
November 7 – Thrice
November 9 – Dermot Kennedy
November 10 – Perpetual Groove
November 16 – Michal Menert & The Pretty Fantastics
November 24 – Kodaline
December 1 – Giraffage / Ryan Hemsworth

For more information, visit the Summit Music Hall website.

Fall Lineup for Marquis Theater

August 26 – Blackalicious
September 15 – Modern Life Is War
September 19 – Miniature Tigers — Tell It to the Volcano 10th Anniversary Tour
October 15 – Dreamers
October 16 – Max Frost

For more information, visit the Marquis Theater website.

What do you think? Have you seen shows at Summit Music Hall or the Marquis Theater? Or are you planning on going to one in the fall? Let us know in the comments below!

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