There's history at Tracks
It all started in 1980 on Fox St.
Tracks opened as an after-hours bar, serving no alcohol. After that, a full service nightclub followed by one in Washington DC, Tampa, and NYC, but alas, they’re all gone now. Condos and office buildings stand where we once partied the night away.
All that remains is our pride and joy Tracks Denver and we’re confident it lives up to it’s predecessors. Hear the story told in its entirety by one of the owners…
Or, check out this history of Tracks as told on PBS:
STUFF you Should know
We are open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night, usually until 2 AM. See our events page for details on all upcoming events.
We almost always have drink specials and food options available. See event details.
Some events require advance tickets – usually, some tickets are also available for sale at the door.
Frequently Asked Questions
If your question isn’t addressed below, please reach out via our Contact page and we’ll be happy to help.
Not always! Some of our nights are 18+ with alcohol for 21+ like Thursdays and some Roll events, as well as some of our one off events. Check the nights or events page for updated info for that night or event.
Tracks is currently open Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays. Doors open at varying times depending on the event but usually 9pm. Sometimes we have events on other nights of the week. Check the events page for updated times and dates.
Our office hours are 9-5 Monday-Friday. Please call ahead to see if we’ve found the item you’re looking for before you head down. Unfortunately, Tracks is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
The $25 charge you see on your account is called a “Pre Authorization.” We run this when you open a bar tab to make sure there is enough money in your account to open a tab. It is a safety precaution for you and for us. It is not an actual charge. It should only be pending/processing right now and should go away in a few days. If it does not, please feel contact us.
All customers are required to have a physical and valid (non hole punched or expired) US government issues ID. For all non US issues ID’s a government issues valid passport is required. US military issues ID is valid, as well as CO digital license. Photo copies, social security cards, or birth certificates, are not valid forms of identification