Here in the mile high city, we are having to say goodbye to one of the best venues for bass in the country, BETA Nightclub. Earlier this morning BETA released a statement claiming that with heavy hearts they are closing their doors on Saturday January 5th, 2019.
For 11 years BETA has been providing the Denver scene with some of the most quality music and atmosphere, making this nightclub a frequent spot for many. They’ve won many awards such as winning 25 of The Best Clubs of All Time by Billboard Magazine and #1 Club in America from The Rolling Stones. BETA’s vision was simple when they started up. They wanted to create a space where the future of dance music and culture was to be high quality, cutting edge entertainment, with an unparalleled vibe. “CLUB CULTURE EVOLVING” is their mission statement and continues to be.
BETA has said that they are proud of the crazy wild ride they’ve had at 1909 Blake st in Denver, and that they are going to reevaluate and re-familiarize themselves with their mission statement. They want to stay close to home from where heir mission started. BETA also states that they cherish the many memories created over the years, but they cannot predict exactly what the future holds. BETA is hoping to see as many beautiful and loving faces at their final curtain show on January 5th to bid the magical venue farewell. Thanks for all the amazing memories BETA, you’ll be greatly missed.
Here’s the link to the full post from BETA Nightclub.
Even though BETA Nightclub is closing, Denver will still have places to go and get their dose of bass. Temple Nightclub has a unique, three story set up overlooking the main stage and the club also has a bangin’ art gallery for your viewing. Vinyl Nightclub also has a multiple story set up, however they have some of the best rooftop parties in the summer. Vinyl also has the same sound system that BETA. We also have The Church which, you guessed it, actually a Nightclub inside an old church. A bit of a unique set up with lots of room to dance. All of these venues will deliver in BETA’s absence, and we should all keep the bass dream going. We are all hoping with optimism that we will see BETA make a come back in some form or another. We’ll be keeping our eyes and ears open!