Things to do in Denver today, Feb. 21: The Lituation, Reverend Horton Heat and fun with beer

Beer, music and more beer and music.

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The Hi Dive on South Broadway. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Sometimes you just need a dance party on a Tuesday.

The Hi-Dive (7 S. Broadway) understands that and that’s why they’re hosting The Lituation tonight at 9 p.m.

Yes, that’s lit + situation.

Head over and dance off your early-in-the-week stress for free.


Alternatively, you could spend the night at the Larimer Lounge (2721 Larimer St.), where it’s the first night of The Larimer Church of The Reverend Horton Heat.

The show starts at 8 p.m. with Reno Divorce, Supersuckers and Jello Biafra. It’s a lineup that might actually knock you on your ass.

Tickets are $25-30. Get ’em before they’re gone.


The University of Beer is in session tonight at the Walnut Room, 3131 Walnut St.

Enjoy four 8-ounce beers from Oskar Blues with four food pairings and learn a thing or two about what you’re drinking from 7-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $20.


From 6-9 p.m. at Mockery Brewing, 3501 Delgany St., Modern Which-Craft Denver is hosting an evening of crafting and drinking.

The $20 ticket gets you the tools and materials to design your own growler, a three-beer tasting flight and a tour of the brewery.

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