Tracks is Denver's premiere GLBT nightclub. With a name that stretches back for decades, Tracks is deeply rooted within the GLBT community and continues to strive to be the best GLBT Nightclub in the nation.
Some legends were made to be reborn.
This is a bold statement with lots of history, and responsibilities. Many of us came of age at Tracks, the iterations in between, and then Tracks 2000. Tracks "was more than just a nightclub to most of its regular attendees. It is a place to be yourself, whether that be gay, straight, bi, black, white, Asian, whatever; you could feel free to be it. It was a place of acceptance and discovery. It was the place where many people came to meet friends, and even make new ones. For many people, it was the place where their journey into the world of dance music began." The music has changed; the boys and girls are older. Now there are new club goers yearning for a place to call home.
What made Tracks?
The sound, the lights, the theme parties, the energy, the staff which we call family, you name it. 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.
Welcome to the new Tracks.
We are dedicated to creating a nightclub experience worthy of the name. We won't rest on our laurels.