Colorado is awash with nightclubs targeting the high school and college-age community across the state. Such clubs attract crowds of people younger than 21 who want relief from the stress of books, or those who are just looking to unwind at a nightclub. Non-alcoholic beverages are served to revellers below the legal drinking age of 21.
Located on North Academy Boulevard in Colorado Springs, Club Q is a gay nightclub that admits the over-18 crowds. It is open Wednesday through Sunday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., except for Saturday, when it shuts down at 4 a.m. The club plays a variety of music, including Latin, hip-hop and techno. Club Q also has a full-service restaurant inside called the Rainbow Grill.
This is a country club in Denver that admits almost all ages from 6 to 11 p.m. on Sundays. Later than that, admission is restricted to revellers 18 years and older. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, only customers 21 years and older are allowed in the club after 10 p.m. Patrons over the age of 18 are allowed for the rest of the week and whenever there are live concerts at the club. The Grizzly Rose has a 2,500-square-foot floating hardwood dance floor. The club also features concerts from all genres of music. Some of the most famous names in country music that have performed at the club include Faith Hill, Toby Keith, Taylor Swift and Garth Brooks. The club is located on North Valley Highway in Denver.
This is another club for youthful crowds over the age of 18 in Colorado Springs. It features a variety of events. Sodo is open from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. The club promotes itself as a place where singles looking for companionship can easily meet someone. According to John Gowing, the owner, "the club is a great place to find a hot hookup," the "Colorado Springs Independent" reports.