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Temple Nightclub Is The Future of Denver Nightlife

| November 01, 2017

Originally founded in San Francisco, Temple Nightclub has been a lavish nightlife hot spot for nearly a decade. On a mission to give the diverse and unique Colorado music scene an elevated and unrivaled club experience, Founder and CEO, Paul Hemming, and the rest of the Temple Denver team opened the doors for an epic new nightlife experience.

They remodeled the old City Hall Amphitheater doors at 1136 N. Broadway Street in Denver's Golden Triangle and Capital Hill area.

The carefully hand-selected executive team with years of experience in the entertainment and nightlife industry is ready for any obstacle they may face in the lively music market of Denver.

"We selected Denver because of the population base, as well as the growth and development becoming more diverse and international in their backgrounds and passions, which is the composition of the Zen Compound brand." says Hemming. 

Temple Nightclub is the first to open from The Zen Compound

The Zen Compound is a unique concept of different businesses all under one brand.

The Zen Compound will utilize the multiple levels of the newly restructured venue day and night with four distinctive concepts of a co-working space, an art gallery, and a coffee & cocktail bar with Temple Nightclub occupying about 60% of the footage.

The art gallery will be called Mirus, the coffee & cocktail bar will be called Hive, and the co-working space will be called Eco-System. This unique business concept is an exciting new endeavor for the Denver market. 

Temple Denver is awe-inspiring the moment you walk through the door

The entire building is an intergalactic light corridor featuring 100,000 futuristic and geometric LEDs on the walls and ceiling, centrally located VIP sections in the center of the dance floor, and an ultimate audio experience that only 3 venues in America possess, provided by the latest and greatest Funktion One sound system. 

Temple holds a strong reputation of high-end bottle service and performances from big name artists around the world. Their Arrival and Grand Opening weekends were a huge success. The line was out the door and the dance floor had an incredible energy. 

Weekends to follow will feature artists like Bingo Players, Vicetone, and a special Thanksgiving Eve set by GTA. Make sure to stop by Temple Denver to see the magic for yourself. 

 

The completion of the entire Zen Compound is expected for early 2018, along with the celebration of the 10 year anniversary of the first Temple Nightclub. Check out the full Temple event calendar HERE

Check out more EDM Culture/Lifestyle Articles HERE.

about the writer

Zach Landis

Zach Landis

Read More...Zach has been active in the concert and nightlife community for over 12 years. With a background in hip hop, and an evolved love for future bass music and EDM festivals, he has insight on just about every genre on the spectrum.

Zach enjoy's spinning poi and going to live music shows for fun. In the summer of 2017, Zach will be backpacking across Europe to dig into the music scene across the pond.

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