The ten best places to sing karaoke in Denver
All photos by Chris Morgan The scene at Ogden Street South.
While there are a countless number of places to do karaoke around town, we've singled out the ten best spots in town to indulge your inner song bird. Some of these places cater to singers every night of the week, while others only do karaoke on specific nights. Some of these spots made the list last year, but we've also updated it and added a few more. Keep reading to see the ten best places to sing karaoke in Denver.
10. Local 46
4586 Tennyson St.
For decades, the Music Bar was haven for karaoke, but it closed near the end of 2011. But fear not, Local 46, which now inhabits the space, is keeping a lively karaoke tradition alive on Thursdays as part of its weekly entertainment that also includes an open stage on Mondays and live music on the weekends.
9. Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill
8260 Northfield Blvd
While there have been a few bars that have tried hosting karaoke nights with live bands, Toby Keith's Tuesday night U Rock live band karaoke is one of the ones that's lasted. Others have never seemed to have lasted that long. It can be fun as hell singing along with a live band, and here the lyrics for all the songs are timed out to the music and shown on dual screens for you to follow along just like if you're doing regular karaoke.
Karaoke starts at 8 p.m. seven nights a week at Park Centre Lounge & Grille in Westminster.
8. Park Centre Lounge & Grille
12011 N. Pecos Street
With an exhaustive catalog of 50,000 songs, a professional surround sound system and karaoke seven nights a week, starting at 8 p.m., Park Centre take its karaoke seriously. While most places have books and forms to fill out, everything is digital here; all you have to do is tell the DJ your name and what song you want to sing when you're up. There's also a computer to browse through songs and even listen to them before they get on the mike.