Colorado Days at Number Thirty-Eight

The Centennial State is turning 146 years old on August 1st!

Celebrate Colorado’s 146th birthday at Number Thirty-Eight! The Centennial State was the 38th state to join the union and the reason for Number Thirty Eight’s name, so naturally, we’re throwing a week-long party for this amazing state we call home.  Grab one of our 150+ Colorado-made beverages and get ready for live music, a silent disco, rotating DJs, and drag shows! Every beverage we serve was produced right here within our four corners; your one-stop shop to get a taste for all things Colorado.

These events are completely FREE and open to the public including kiddos and dogs! 


Wednesday, August 3rd

6 to 10PM


Join us at Number Thirty-Eight for a game of Cards Against Humanity like never before! Queen Alice Glamoure will be hosting a night of drag, comedy, and hilarious commentary!



Thursday, August 4th

4 to 11PM


Bailey, a gentle giant of a man armed with a formidable array of unconventional instruments, has been blending punk, blues, pop and soul influences for his entire musical career, without any regard to what sells at the time. His new record, Long Time Comin’, is a celebration of that no-fucks aesthetic, featuring new material alongside fully realized re-recordings of old songs, all rough edges and loud noises camouflaging a remarkable knack for pop songwriting and mind-bending musicianship.


Friday, August 5th

7 to 10PM


Old Man Saxon is a rapper. And he has been since he was 13. His music has been featured on HBO’s Silicon Valley, Netflix’s hit film Someone Great, and Madden commercials. The music video for his hit single “The Perils” had over 100,000 YouTube hits in its first 24 hours of release (now at 3M+ on Spotify). He’s performed at Hip Hop Kemp in Czech Republic and Hiero Day in Oakland, and he’s opened for artists like Devin The Dude, Cam’ron, Ghostface Killah, Curren$y and Oddisee. In just two years, Old Man Saxon has gone from broke & homeless in Los Angeles to esteemed rap professor, father and international entertainer. He has released 3 EP’s – The Perils, The Pursuit and Goldman Sax. Saxon appears in the new Netflix series Rhythm + Flow. Stay tuned for his debut LP dropping end of 2019.

“You have to see this dude live.” – Chance The Rapper



Saturday, August 6th

11AM to 10PM


With roots embedded in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, and a sound unhinged in the capital of Texas, Shovelin Stone is a music almost as unique as the friendship it stems from. A shared passion for old-timey bluegrass is what brought Makenzie and Zak together, but it’s the unknowing joy for the moment and the obsession with the complications that life brings that continues to push the duo forward. Within heartfelt lyrics and a unique musical composition, the indie folk sound that projects from these two is not only going to get the audience thinking but
on their feet.


Kingdom Jasmine is the stage name for prolific singer-songwriter Bob Barrick, who, at 28 years old, has released three albums touching on rock, folk, and psychedelic influences. Having first made a name for himself in the Indianapolis punk scene as the front man for the noisy folk ensemble, Coyote Armada, it wasn’t until he joined forces with Joshua Lee Turner in 2016 to record the eponymous Kingdom Jasmine that he found a wider audience.


Sunday, August 7th

11AM to 5PM


Drag Brunch is back🔥 This Sunday, grab a seat and a mimosa (or two) and have yourself a Sunday Funday hosted by Redden Risque!


With over 1300 performances under their belt and a new full length album releasing 2022, Dear Marsha is a well-oiled rock & roll machine. While studio recordings are forever, Dear Marsha, is a magically live band.  They play upbeat, energetic rock/Country tunes, and are known as “the band that has too much fun!” they play all over Colorado, and other regional states, in addition to shows in Europe and Scandinavia.

They have developed a brand and a major following and love their fans (Marshans) with as much passion as their fans love them. Getting to know this band will have you saying things like “Who’s your daddy?” … “hot, sticky, and wet!” … and “Marsha did me Dirty”

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