Boogie the night away at Neon Baby, Denver's newest late-night attraction.
Finally, there is a disco club in Denver! The 70s are officially back and it's all because of Neon Baby, Denver's latest nightlife addition. This pop-up disco club is the brainchild of Josh Sampson and his team. If you haven't heard of them, they're the people behind RiNo's other popular neon haven, Yeah Baby.
So what's the reason behind this blast to the past? Less than a month ago, Neon Baby's older sibling, Yeah Baby, had to close its doors after six months to undergo some construction. Shortly after, Neon Baby was born and made its official debut on May 9. According to Sampson, "There’s a void to fill while we undergo improvements, that’s where Neon Baby comes in."
Even though Denver has a bustling nightlife, it was lacking something distinctively disco. Neon Baby has your fix for all things the 70s. To top it off, it's inside the historic Mattie Silks House of Mirrors right next to Lodo's Bar and Grill at 1946 Market Street in LoDo. This famed building has a rich history that dates back to 1889. It functioned as a brothel for years before turning into a Buddhist temple but eventually sat unattended, until Neon Baby came along.
The second you walk in you'll be faced with an explosion of psychedelic colors and funky music. A giant disco ball twirls and twinkles amongst the neon lights and striped walls. The bar feels like something straight out of Studio 54 with its blacklight and pink neon sign.
You can expect weekly events all summer long like Neon Pop Fridays. Check out more of what's to come here.
If you go to any new bar or club in Denver, make sure it's Neon Baby, and you better go before this pop-up disappears!
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