Located in Downtown Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood, The Broadway offers 12,000 square feet of space adorned with eclectic ceiling and lighting elements and operable garage doors that open to a western-facing patio. The space also provides functional kitchen and bar space.
Palace of Fine Arts
Perhaps California’s most iconic building landmark, the expansive Greco-Roman interiors and lush landscaping next to Golden Gate Bridge makes the Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco’s most beloved event venue. Originally built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition, it houses an enormous performance center and seated theater, all surrounded by a stunning lagoon and public recreation space.
The San Francisco Mint
Rich in history and aesthetics, this Greek Revival masterpiece accommodates everything from intimate VIP events to large-scale festivals parties. With 100,000 square feet of ballrooms, gold vaults, and gaslight chandeliers, the Mint has been renovated to operate as a live events venue without losing any of its historical grandeur. The Mint is In the heart of downtown San Francisco, and only minutes away from the Moscone Center.
SVN was once home to the legendary Fillmore West and Carousel Ballroom. If these walls could talk, they’d be singing the legendary sets performed by the Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, and other rock icons. Conveniently located at the intersection of San Francisco’s two main thoroughfares (South Van Ness Avenue and Market Street), SVN West offers maximum versatility with three levels and over 100,000 square feet with a spacious outdoor rooftop. Want to rock? Permission granted.
Located in San Francisco’s bustling Dogpatch neighborhood, The Midway is a dynamic 40,000 square-foot urban canvas of innovation, where everyone is invited to explore, engage, create, feel, and be inspired. Our vibrant performances, workshops, and exhibitions celebrate a provocative intersection of music, art, emerging tech, and culinary worlds. At The Midway, a DJ can lead an interactive cooking class before performing, and a chef can collaborate with an artist for a gallery dinner. Anything is possible when the creative arts collide.
Built in 1908 and designed by noted architect Willis Polk, the exceptionally grand and ageless architecture is an unparalleled mix of beauty and design. Details in marble and gold throughout the venue is a perfect backdrop for performing arts and other live events.
Jones invites your guests to escape the hustle and bustle without leaving the city, featuring an 8,000 square-foot European courtyard terrace and unique spaces that feel like yours and yours only. Just a few blocks from historic Union Square and downtown hotels, stun your guests with a lush garden patio adorned with Australian flora, ornate custom metalwork, three spectacular bars, and so much more.
With 35,000 sqft, an Art Deco-inspired façade, original stained glass accent windows, and turn-of-the-century interior details, this four-story building is an icon in downtown Denver. Host your perfect event and take advantage of a show-stopping main staircase, an open mezzanine and floor plan.
Once a major printing and distribution center for Denver’s leading newspaper, and more recently TheBigWonderful urban fair, Denver Post is now a blank canvas of tall ceilings and an open floor plan with wide uninterrupted spans. Close to the city and easily accessible, this space is ready to transform with endless possibilities.