2430 South Havana, Aurora, CO | Directions 8001439.672363 -104.865272
Get out of downtown. I've only been to the Stampede on Wednesdays, but I don't think I've ever had a bad time. It actually gets a large crowd but since the place is huge, it's not claustrophobic like some bars in Denver. Plus, you don't have to pay for parking or spend 30 minutes looking for a meter, because the parking lot is enormous. I do recommend going to the bar upstairs because it's usually a little less busy. The music is varied, so even my friends who don't like country still have fun, and there are a lot of hot guys.
Good times, but watch out for line-dancing snobs. Stampede is a fun, inexpensive place to go, not to mention a great workout! A lot of the line dances (which I prefer to couples dances) are complex and exhausting, and really get your heart pumping. One word of caution, though- try to take advantage of the line-dancing lessons offered Wednesday nights before trying the dances out on the floor with everyone else. Some of the regulars there, particularly the women, are real snobs and will literally push you out of the way if they feel you're getting too close or turning the wrong way. It kind of turns what is supposed to be a fun bar experience into a competitive dance sport. I have actually gotten into several fights with people like this over line dances, but then again, what's a country bar without a barroom brawl?
This Aurora country bar offers drinkin', dancin' and sports watchin'..
Neon cacti and coyotes grace the walls of this loud joint, along with a mural of Garth Brooks and other country-music icons. Huge screens show sports events for the benefit of non-dancers. Come early and take a lesson in the Double Twostep, the Watermelon Crawl and more. The Stampede serves chicken wings, potato skins, steaks, chicken, seafood and baby back ribs.
Love the change!. My friends and I loving the new music and videos at the Stampede! We started going to the club last year and found it predictable and boring at times. Now they have music videos and large screen TVs where you can watch the Avalanche and Rockies as well as music videos and other events. We had a great time last Weds and plan on coming more often.
Getting Better!. I have been going to the Stampede for over 5 years now and I was amazed on the great improvements that they have made to the club in the past few months! My girlfriends and I were there on Wednesday for a birthday party. They have added huge video screens so that we could watch the Avalanche game when we were not dancing. They then started to play music videos after the game and have added a lot of new music to the songs that they play. It used to be the same songs every night but we heard more new songs on Saturday when we came back. All that I can say is that they have made one of my favorite clubs better with the improvements. Who needs live music with all of the music videos!
not the best bar. I have been dancing for years. However the dance floor is the worst I have ever been on. I can't stand the fact that I go to a country bar to listen to country music not rap or hip hop. The people that go to this bar are fake and materailistic.
Perfect Place to unwind after a long day!. The Stampede is the perfect place to unwind after a long day. It offers free drinks to the ladies on Wednesdays (the only night I prefer to go) and its my place to just have fun with my girl friends. I enjoy the country song setting with just a touch of other types of music added. Its definately a place to go and dance with single men...most are willing to have a few shots and take to the dance floor. The service is fairly fast and very enjoyable. Its a must go at least once!
Stampede Yee HA.
Business Trip in Aurora
3 Irish Men
1 Welsh Man and an american interpretator
Went on the LADIES night (wed) and in all our world travels Stampede contained the largest quantity of beatuiful girls ever encountered a real compliment to the US of A.
Would be the reason for coming back to Denver
But we want more line dancing cowboys & girls
If You Like Country..... Stampede is supposed to be a country bar right? I am a regular there, and let me offer this advice...if you like country...go early. At about 11:00 pm they start playing top 40. Yes, you can 3 step to " I Love The Way You Move" but do you want to? I hear complaints a lot that they don't play enough "techno" or "rap"...HELLO! It's a country bar! All in all however, it is a fun place to dance, watch people and drink. If you like rap and pop, go on Wednesday. If you like country, go on Saturday. Free drinks for ladies both of those nights.
too country-ish. Too big, too crowded, too country. Stampede can be a fun place, but if you're meeting friends there make sure they tell you exactly where. Otherwise it's like looking for a needle in a haystack and that haystack is nothing but embarrasing-to-Denver cowboy hats and KYGO listeners. I do like the fact that they don't play all country music. Sucked that the Saturday night I was there it was 90% country and that 10% was overplayed 70s and 80s music. Drink prices are decent, but bring your patience because there's long lines at all bars. I had never seen a running track as a dance floor. Definitely different, but still not all that great to dance on. Not that I tried or anything. I won't be going back unless someone pays everything for me and they play some REAL music.
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