Alongside long-awaited solo tours from Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z, Denver will be also welcoming everyone from R&B superstar Rihanna to industrial rock veterans Nine Inch Nails to former tween idol Selena Gomez to its live stage over the next few months. Here’s a more in-depth look at seven of the biggest names to have released Denver concert tickets for this fall/winter.
Having already played 91 dates over the last nine months, Rihanna will kick-start the final week of her mammoth Diamonds world tour at Denver’s Pepsi Center on November 9. Divided into five acts, the two-hour show has wowed audiences across the globe with its glitzy costume and set changes, impressive choreography and a hit-packed set-list featuring the majority of her ten US number one singles. There are plenty of Rihanna tickets still available on TiqIQ for this performance with a get-in price of $68 and average price of $138.
Nine Inch Nails
Accompanied by Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Explosions In The Sky, Trent Reznor’s outfit will return to the Colorado stage for the first time in four years when they stop off at the 1stBank Center on Nov 13 ($87/$143). Alongside all the highlights from their brand new studio album, Hesitation Marks, fans with Nine Inch Nails tickets can also look forward to hearing the best of their 25-year back catalog including breakthrough single “March Of The Pigs,” US Top 40 hit “The Hand That Feeds” and the Grammy-winning “Wish.”
1stBank Center will then welcome Disney Channel graduate Selena Gomez when she brings her first tour since parting company with backing band The Scene to town on Nov 16. Joined by X-Factor USA finalists Emblem3 and YouTube star Christina Grimmie, the 21-year-old will treat fans with Selena Gomez tickets to all of her US Top 40 hits, several tracks from her new album, Stars Dance, and a cover of Katy Perry’s “Roar” during the Britney Spears-inspired show. Denver concert tickets for this date are on offer on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $40 and an average price of $169.
The Canadian crooner’s To Be Loved world tour will stop off at the Pepsi Center on Nov 20 with Michael Buble tickets currently priced on TiqIQ at $101/$207. Alongside familiar big-band classics “Cry Me A River,” “Feeling Good” and “You Make Me Feel So Young,” and several of his own original hits (“Haven’t Met You Yet,” “Home,” “It’s A Beautiful Day”), the 38-year-old has also performed with a cappella support act Naturally 7 and covered Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and The Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” during the first half of the tour’s North American run.
Supported by Braxton Family Values star Tamar Braxton, America’s smoothest soul man will stop off at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House on Nov 21 as part of his Made To Love tour. Those with John Legend tickets can look forward to hearing stripped-back covers of Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing In The Dark” in addition to his US Hot 100 hits “Green Light,” “Ordinary People” and “Save Room” and the standouts from his new fifth album, Love In The Future. Denver concert tickets for this show are still up for grabs on TiqIQ with a get-in price of $104 and average price of $198.
Three nights after kicking off his first solo headlining tour in four years, the hip-hop icon will then grace the Denver stage when he visits the Pepsi Center on December 2 ($17/$127). Fans with Jay-Z tickets should expect to hear several tracks from his recent eighth consecutive Billboard chart-topping album, Magna Carta… Holy Grail, in addition to a whole host of classics including his first US Top 10 hit, “Izzo (H.O.V.A.),” number one single “Empire State Of Mind” and the Grammy-winning “99 Problems.”
Jay-Z’s recent touring partner will also stop off at the Pepsi Center when his long-awaited 20/20 Experience world tour rolls into town on January 22. Capping off a triumphant musical comeback, the 32-year-old’s first series of solo shows since 2007 is expected to feature the best tracks from his recent two chart-topping albums alongside all the hits which helped to transform him from boyband pin-up to the new King of Pop. Justin Timberlake tickets are available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $122 and average price of $430.
With such an exciting line-up of live music ahead, be sure to keep checking back on TiqIQ for the latest information on Denver concert tickets.