54thirty, Denver’s highest rooftop bar, to reopen for season this week

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DENVER — Denver’s highest rooftop bar will reopen for its first full season on Tuesday.

54thirty, named for its elevation, originally opened in September with a deejay and an artist who painted the first sunset.

This will be the first spring and summer the bar will be open for customers to take advantage of the views of the Rocky Mountains on one side and the skyline of Denver on the other.

The bar is on the 20th floor at 1475 California St. at the Le Méridien Denver Downtown, two blocks from the Colorado Convention Center.

This year there will be live music on Thursday nights beginning with deejay Manos on April 19.

54thirty will open at 1 p.m. on weekends this season and will open at 3 p.m. on weekdays.

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