Temple Denver is a premier nightlife destination in the heart of Denver, Colorado. The venue features two floors of stunning and immersive environments, including a main room with a state-of-the-art sound system and a mezzanine level with VIP booths and bottle service.
The venue also boasts innovative technology and production, LED walls, and intelligent lighting that transforms the space into an otherworldly experience. Whether looking for a wild night out or a VIP experience, Temple Nightclub offers something for everyone in Denver’s thriving nightlife scene. Check out the lineup for May below!
Twinsick May 4th
Opening the May lineup is Twinsick. Twinsick is a rising electronic music duo composed of twin brothers from Germany, known for their innovative sound and high-energy performances. Twinsick’s style is hard-hitting bass lines, intricate percussion, and catchy melodies that blend genres like techno, bass music, and house. Their recent remix of JVKE’s “Golden Hour” premiered two weeks ago and is an absolute gold track!
Denver House Music Takeover – LVL May 4th
Denver House Music is back for another monthly takeover in Temple Denver’s LVL room on Thursday, May 4th. This collective of house DJs always brings the heat; this month is no different. This month they’ve got four new DJs on the lineup: MaceFaceKilla will play along with Stereo Typical, DJ Johnny 5, and Downhil DOS.
Cinco de Mayo: Perreo Party May 5th
Celebrate Cinco De Mayo in style at the Perreo Party. Denco Events and La 32 Reggaeton are bringing DJ Kidd B from Vegas to party. Kidd B has been making music since he was 12 and has made waves in the music scene. He currently runs the radio show Latino Music Lab which features various reggaeton artists weekly.
Feed Me – May 6th
Feed Me is a British electronic music producer with a playful and eclectic style. He’s known for his quirky stage persona, including a signature “teeth” stage show during select performances. His sound resembles a fusion of dubstep, electro-house, and drum and bass genres. His track “Ghost Synths” dropped a couple of months back, and it’s one of our favorite tracks of his.
Sunday Funday – May 7th
The Cinco de Mayo celebration continues on Sunday, May 7th. DJ Reyes will be hitting the decks. We also have performances by several local groups, including Grupo Sekta, Equipo Reforzados, Inoboiz, and Proximo Nivel! Ladies, this is also the night to come out, as ladies get in for free until 10:00 PM!
Julia Govor for Transform @ LVL – May 11th
Julia Govor is hitting the stage in LVL on May 11th. Govor is from Russia and her music is characterized by a blend of deep, melodic techno and house, with elements of experimental and avant-garde styles. Her tracks often feature dreamy synths, hypnotic rhythms, and ethereal vocals, creating an otherworldly, danceable sound. Her track “Where’s My Cat?” is a hilarious banger.
Calussa – May 12th
This brother duo from Cuba has been taking the Miami nightlife scene by storm, and they’re coming to play Denver on May 12th. Calussa has a house sound with Afro influence heard in every track. Their song “Adios” with Moska and La Guru dropped at the beginning of the year, and it is simply fantastic.
Sickick – May 13th
Sickick is hitting the stage on May 13th. This Toronto-based producer is known for his electronica sound and masked stage persona. He has amassed over 100 million streams online. His track “Miss a Thing,” premiered in December, is worth a listen!
ShockOne – May 18th
ShockOne is an Australian electronic music producer known for his energetic beats and explosive live performances. With a sound that blends elements of drum and bass, dubstep, and electro-house, ShockOne has been making waves in the electronic music scene since the early 2000s. One of his older tracks, “Till Dawn,” which came out during the pandemic, is this writer’s all-time favorite ShockOne song.
Sacha Robotti & Dillon Nathaniel – May 19th
Sacha Robotti and Dillon Nathaniel are on their See the Light Tour and will stop at Temple on May 19th. Robotti is from L.A. and is known for his tech house and indie dance sounds. His track “See the Light” dropped about two months ago. Nathaniel is also a tech house producer from California. His hit “Can’t Miss” dropped a couple of weeks back.
Dubfire – May 26th
Dubfire is an Iranian-American electronic music producer and DJ with a career spanning over two decades. He first gained recognition as one-half of the Grammy Award-winning duo Deep Dish before branching out to pursue a solo career. Dubfire’s sound is a deep, atmospheric techno style that’s both mesmerizing and hypnotic. His recent track “Swerve” dropped last year.
Sam Feldt – May 27th
Sam Feldt is a Dutch DJ and producer known for his feel-good tropical house sound. He first gained recognition with his hit single “Show Me Love,” a rework of the Robin S. classic, which became a chart-topping success in Europe. He is also a sustainability pioneer and works to bring awareness to the green movement. Check out his latest track, “Crying on the Dancefloor,” which is live on streaming platforms now.
Whether you want to hear local Latin music or house music, the May lineup at Temple Denver will have something for everyone. For more information and to buy tickets, visit the Temple Denver website.