New Music Venue Coming to RiNo in March

Pearl Street Hospitality, the group behind celebrated Denver concepts Hudson Hill, Lady Jane and The Wild, will open Two Moons Music Hall, a new intimate music venue and bar, in RiNo this March. The venue will feature open-door entertainment, elevated cocktails, and light food options on the corner of 29th and Larimer Streets. 

The 200-person room will be outfitted with an exceptional and versatile sound system, and UNUM: collaborative, the architecture firm responsible for the stylish interiors of Pearl Street Hospitality’s other concepts, is heading up the design, focusing on a timeless, comfortable space with nods to midcentury design incorporating sturdy materials such as stone, slab ash wood and terra cotta. Abundant greenery, another touchstone of Pearl Street’s design language, will also be heavily featured. 

“Two Moons Music Hall was born to bring a fun and fresh perspective to Denver’s entertainment scene,” says Jake Soffes, principal of Pearl Street Hospitality. “We’re going beyond our mission of delivering the modern neighborhood bar to create an immersive experience blending live entertainment, ambiance, top-notch cocktails and exceptional service. We always knew that RiNo would be the perfect location for this concept, and Two Moons will be very much aligned with the demand for live music and dynamic experiences in Denver. We are extremely excited to provide memorable and exciting entertainment that truly resonates with our guests.”

Denoting new beginnings and fresh starts, Two Moons is an auspicious symbol meaning that something big is on the horizon. The beverage program will be a focal point, highlighting reasonably priced craft cocktails, wine, beer and non-alcoholic offerings. The 4,000-square-foot space will provide a well-appointed and comfortable haven for local and independent artists of various genres, with live entertainment six nights a week. Unlike most other venues in town, Two Moons will focus on programming and recurring daily genre nights as opposed to ticketed events, making it an approachable and accessible venue for an evening out, any day of the week. 

Leadership of Two Moons will be spearheaded by Jake Soffes, Pearl Street Hospitality’s founder and managing partner. Soffes is supported by Anders Lehto, partner, coffee director and Forbes Food & Drink 30 Under 30 candidate, and Stuart Weaver, partner and bar director for the concept. The management team brings more than 60 years of combined experience in the national and international hospitality space to the project.

“These talented operators will bring a wealth of beverage and service knowledge to Two Moons,” Soffes says. “This project is the brainchild of the three of us, and they have been integral in conceptualizing the vision with our unique brand of hospitality.” 

Renderings courtesy of Two Moons Music Hall

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