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Hindsight is 2020.

It’s the year 2020, and we’re taking a trip through history to revisit some of the most popular decades of music.

Take a trip 70 years into the past and dance like it’s 1950 with us!

A live DJ will be here to take you back to the age of rockabilly, sock hops, and swing dancing!

This ticketed event is ages 21+ only.

About the Event

1950’s attire strongly encouraged – dress up rockabilly, swing, or sock hop style!

A Swing Dance lesson is included in your ticket cost. The swing lesson will be provided by Callie Dimagiba from NoCo Swing starting at 7pm!

Photo Op Booth with Props!

There will be a food truck on-site offering gourmet street food.

Early Bird Tickets are $10.00 each |  Regular GA tickets are $15.00 at the door.

Last call will be at 9:30, last drink will be served at 9:45, and doors close at 10pm.



How long do I have to buy tickets?

Early Bird Ticket Sales end February 22nd at 5:00pm.

Remaining tickets will be available at the door for $15ea.

Tickets available until capacity runs out.


Can I bring my kids/dogs?

This is a ticketed 21+ only event in the beer garden. No kids or pets allowed, no exceptions. Please bring a valid 21+ ID.


I can’t go anymore. Can I get a refund?

Refunds will be processed up to 5 days before the event. Ticket processing fees are non-refundable.


Can I buy tickets in your taproom?

All early bird tickets must be purchased online so we can keep track of our total capacity.


How will I get my tickets?

You’ll receive an email confirmation with tickets, but we will have a check-in table at the door. You will get a wristband to show you’re 21+ and part of the event!


Where can I park?

We have a parking lot on-site. If that gets full, there is additional street parking on 17th St


Can I bring my own food/drink?

PLEASE help us support our food trucks by purchasing food from them at the event!  Outside alcohol is strictly forbidden and will be confiscated. This is Colorado State Law. If caught with outside alcohol, you may be asked to leave. 

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