PHOTOS: It's an '80s thing at final SouthGlenn concert

Flashy band brings hard rock to final SouthGlenn summer concert


With the sun setting on The Streets at SouthGlenn — and starting to set on summer — an '80s-themed band brought crunchy guitar tones and an energetic performance to keep the night lit up.

Well-known rockers such as Michael Jackson's “Beat It,” Queen's “We Will Rock You” and Guns N' Roses' “Welcome to the Jungle” got dozens in the crowd on their feet, delivered by That Eighties Band, a Denver-based cover group.

The final, free concert of the season at the SouthGlenn outdoor mall was the first for Scott Arnson, a Centennial resident.

“It's allowing people to become more engaged with each other in the community and experience that fellowship through music and dance,” the 54-year-old said. “It's a great way to bring people together.”

The event served as the kickoff to SouthGlenn's 10th anniversary celebration. The Streets at SouthGlenn sits at East Arapahoe Road and South University Boulevard in Centennial.


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