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Ready to Howl, Denver? Howl at the Moon is the #1 nightlife spot that’s rocking the Rockies and keeping Downtown Denver dancing all night long. Part bar and part concert, Howl creates a non-stop party with live music performed in a high-energy...more
Howl at the Moon
Truly disappointing. No more DUELING pianos...just a bunch of kids playing piano poorly, singing horribly. And the dance floor madness was unreal! No crowd control for sure. It's not what I remembered, and I loved going to HOWL AT THE MOON...More
great vibe and the dueling pianos were amazing. sure no one there is winning the next season of " The Voice" but who cares it was an awesome time. a bucket of mixed drink will set you back $33 dollars but with four giant straws...More
I wouldn’t say that were experts but we’ve been to a number of dualing piano bars and this experience was disappointing. We could’ve done without half of the singers the other half were more talented. But it was the interaction that was most disappointing. There...More
This review is a little late but wanted to share my experience. My husband and I were in Denver with another couple and were looking for a fun activity for a Saturday night. I made a reservation for premium seating on the floor for us....More
The musicians are amazing most playing multiple instruments. All can sing as well. They play all turns that everyone knows and sing along. Great dance floor. Everyone who goes goes for the good interactive time so it’s plain ole good fun.
Most times we stay in Denver we go to Howl. It is very fun entertainment. The musicians amaze me at the wide range the cover from country, rock, oldies and even hip hop. I don't think we have ever stumped them.
If you're willing to show them some money, you get to the front of the line right away. The bouncers are super friendly. The singers/performers were mainly remain, but they were good. Drink prices were high...but I found that to be typical of Denver.