Remember the MTV crew that stormed Denver back in 2002, cameras in hand, ready to capture the lives of strangers sharing a house in Ballpark? Fast forward two decades, and the iconic "Real World" Denver abode is about to witness a whole new kind of reality – the electrifying, bass-thumping, bottle-popping reality of Riot House, a nightclub poised to rock LoDo's core.
This 16,000-square-foot behemoth, opening its doors with a bang on New Year's Eve, promises a sensory feast from the get-go. Imagine a vast center bar anchoring the space, a dance floor primed for late-night revelry, and a rooftop patio beckoning stargazers between sets. Then add state-of-the-art audio and visual wizardry, including a 300-square-foot LED wall ready to morph into a DJ's canvas or a sports fan's dream screen.
Riot House isn't just a newcomer; it's a homecoming. The team behind Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row, Denver's beloved country honky-tonk just next door, is bringing their nightlife expertise to this former reality TV playground. They see LoDo's potential, and Riot House is their next act of love for the neighborhood.
The grand opening on December 31st? Prepare for a Mastamonk-fueled New Year's Eve bash you won't forget. But the party doesn't end there. After the confetti settles, Riot House will keep the doors open Thursdays and Fridays until 2 am, Saturdays for a boozy noon-to-2 am marathon, and Sundays for a more relaxed noon-to-10 pm groove.
This isn't just a nightclub; it's a chance to rewrite your own reality. Whether you're a seasoned club aficionado, a curious Denverite looking for a fresh scene, or a nostalgic "Real World" fan wanting to relive (or reinvent) your own MTV moment, Riot House welcomes you. Step inside, grab a drink, lose yourself in the music, and let the rhythm rewrite your night.