Aurora >Food & Dining > Stampede
2430 South Havana, Aurora, CO | Directions 8001439.672363 -104.865272
Wednesday To Friday From 05:00 PM To 02:00 AM Saturday From 06:00 PM To 02:00 AM
Neighborhoods: East Ridge - Ptarmigan Park
Thug haven would be an understatement. Felt like after the assault that I was in the movie Deliverance. The management is in on it as well, unbelievable. Can't believe they haven't been shut down yet.
Go somewhere else--really boring – A girlfriend and I went last weekend and it was so boring. There was almost no one there, the bartenders have zero personality (and we were drinking!), and the few people who were there were total snobs. God forbid you wear flipflops to a country bar...
So, in an act of total desperation, we went to the Proof and the place was hopping. It was crazy fun.
Great dance floor – Hate to see such nasty comments about the Stampede. I've been dancing there for years and have always enjoyed myself. I don't believe line dancing is just for guys who like guys or women who don't get asked to dance. That was a very rude comment by one ignorant person. For men or women who like to dance and don't necessarily have a dance partner we can get up and dance to the many different line dances and because we love to dance. That dosen't mean we don't like to couple dance when given the opportunity. The DJ's do play country and later in the evening play some hip hop. A little bit for everybody. All ages enjoy the Stampede...
Thug Haven!! – This place use to be great now its just waiting for a drive by! I wont be back! Country!! What a joke!!
Not Country Anymore – let's face it - in the Stampede parking lot you are more likely to see a drive by than a pick-up.
emenem is not country, Soulja boi is not country. Stampede hasn't played country in years.
Stamped has a circular dance floor for progressive dancing, but you can't progress around the dance floor because it is blocked by line dancers.
for the uninformed line dancing is traditionally for girls who can't get guys and guys who like guys.
OMG!!!!! – I was very upset to find out abnout the Latin night. I was very excited about going to the Stampede one night when we were met at the door. They told us that we may not want to go in there because it was hispanic night. Come on people! You are supposed to be a country bar! Grow a pair already! I will take my business down to Colorado springs to a little place called Mill Hill. At least they know they are supposed to be a country bar!!!!!!
Latin night NOT good for buisness – I was simply appalled at the fact they have turned a perfectly good saturday night into LATIN/HISPANIC night! Got to find somewhere else to go, its a long way to the grizzly rose, but i guess thats better than the STAMPEDE on a saturday night
really bummed – So husband and I tried to go dancing recently, ya know, night on the town with no kids and when we got there the parking lot was empty. We were given two VIP passes for Fridays and were told that Saturdays are now Hispanic Night?!?!?!? What is that?!?!?!? Saturdays used to be rocking there and we love it but not anymore!
No Country Western at Stampede – My birthday, thought it would be great to go to the Stampede for some country western. WRONG! It is Latin music only on Saturday nights. I asked if it was special for Cinco de Mayo and was told, no. Saturday nights are now for Latin/Mexican music.
Very disappointed. Are there any true Country Western places left in Denver to go on Saturday nights?
Great atmosphere, great variety of music, diverse crowd – Having lived in Colorado Springs for a decade and having to suffer years of "Cowboys" (now closed - long overdue), Stampede is what a Country & Western club SHOULD be.
Having a restaurant upstairs is nice, but what it really does for Stampede is give it a 2-story ceiling - meaning it feels open, bright, and smoke free. Plus having an outdoor deck adds another option for those needing fresh air.
The music selection is diverse, and unlike the aforementioned club in CS, which just loops the same songs night after week after month after year, the DJ at Stampede selects something different every song, every night (where else are you going to hear Suzie Boggus' "Eat at Joe's"??).
The crowd is diverse, friendly, easy going.
Personally, I prefer Stampede to Grizzly Rose, but the Rose has its pros and cons too.
Wish we had a C&W club in Vegas (Gilley's got imploded, and Stoney's, though nice, is too far off the strip and none of the regulars from Gilley's followed over to Stoney's, plus Vegas is simply NOT a C&W club city).
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