Below, our handy guide to Denver concerts going on around April 20. Where: Mutiny Information Cafe (2 S. Sure enough, the West Coast rapper is hitting Red Rocks the Sunday following the holiday along with beloved mary jane and rhyme aficionado Wiz Khalifa, a repeat of the venue’s bill from three years ago. Scenes from Snoop Dogg’s Wellness Retreat concert on 4/20. Where: Red Rocks
Artists: Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Cypress Hill, Berner
Cost: $64.95

Of Montreal
The wonderfully weird Of Montreal returns to Denver with a new album, “Innocence Reaches,” in tow. When: April 23, 7:30 p.m. That’s right: It’s almost 4/20. When: April 20, 6 p.m. When: April 21, 8 p.m. When: April 20, 8 p.m. When: April 19, 4:15 p.m. Don’t let the haze overwhelm you. Alameda Parkway, Morrison)
Artists: Flosstradamus, Gucci Mane, What So Not, Gryffin, Branchez
Cost: $45.50
420 Eve on the Rocks
Red Rocks’ rap-and-weed party returns with a lineup so lit that the anthemic Afroman (author of “Because I Got High”) barely cracks the top five. Where: Ogden Theatre (935 E Colfax Ave.)
Artists: Gucci Mane, Dreezy, DJ Top Shelf
Cost: $75
Right before his Ogden Theatre show, Gucci Mane will open for Flosstradamus at Red Rocks. Where: Globe Hall (4483 Logan St.)
Artists: Mama K and the Shades, Kaleid, Cycles
Cost: $10
Hush II: Another Underground Cypher
This free-form event invites all comers to unleash their inner MC and step into a freestyle cipher. But this mini-festival packs a lot more bang for your buck. Eleven-piece Austin R&B-and-funk outfit Mama K & the Shades holds down the late night slot. Phlip, Tnertle Don Carlos, Blockhead, Phaeleh, Funkstatik, Jubee and Friends, Mikey Thunder, Denver Disco and Ryan Viser
Cost: $42-$75
Gucci Mane’s TrapGod Tour 
Despite producing an illustrious body of work, this is trap rapper Gucci Mane’s first official tour of his decade-plus career. The show will be capped off by avant garde performer Joseph Lamar. Where: Dazzle Jazz (930 Lincoln St.)
Artists: Ravi Coltrane
Cost: $20-$30
Mama K & the Shades
Denver’s genre-traipsing Cycles will make a case for why it’s relevant in a town full of instrumental powerhouses. When: April 20, 8 p.m. Where: Civic Center
Artists: 2Chainz and more TBA
Cost: Free
420 On The Block
If you’re an old-school electronic music and hip-hop head, the lineup here is hard to beat. Where: City Hall (1144 Broadway)
Artists: Rusko, Del The Funky Homosapien, Cut Chemist, Dumpstaphunk, J. Where: Red Rocks (18300 W. Where: Fillmore Auditorium (1510 Clarkson)
Artists: Thievery Corporation, Thriftworks
Cost: $69.50
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Honky Tonk at the Opera
Syntax’s monthly swing-and-Western dance party hits on a fun night in April, with good ol’ outlaw country band Bib Tucker & the Liars Club (from Rocky Flats) pitching in on the evening’s fun. Colfax Ave.)
Artists: Of Montreal, Christina Schneider’s Jepeto Solutions
Cost: $20

Thievery Corporation
If slow and low is more your jam, check out the world rhythms of music collective Thievery Corporation. The Chicago-based DJ promises a different vibe entirely — more goofy electronic fun to contrast Mane’s snub-nosed flows. When: April 20, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Where: Gothic Theatre (3263 S. When: April 20, 9 p.m. Broadway)
Artists: Evan Holm and the Restless Ones, Bib Tucker & the Liars Club
Cost: $7
Ravi Coltrane
The son of John Coltrane (and virtuosic saxophonist in his own right) comes to Denver for three nights at Dazzle Jazz, some of the venue’s last in its current location. Broadway)
Artists: Joseph Lamar, Death By Ego
Cost: Free

The Pharcyde
In a week full of legendary old school hip-hop at the city’s biggest venues, newcomer Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox might steal the show with a performance courtesy of the Pharcyde. When: April 19, 6 and 8 p.m.; April 20, 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.; April 21, 7 and 9 p.m. Where: Syntax Physic Opera (554 S. When: April 20, 9 p.m. Where: The Bluebird Theater (3317 E. You’ve probably heard its biggest song, “Lebanese Blonde,” at some Starbucks, but the grooves are more nuanced than its heady lounge-music reputation would suggest. When: April 20, 6 p.m. When: April 20, 4-10 p.m. Where: Red Rocks
Artists: Method Man, Redman, Flashbush Zombies, Curren$y, Afroman, Futuristic, RDGLDGRN, $uicideboy$, Probcause
Cost: $45-$50

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa
It wouldn’t be 4/20 without a Snoop Dog concert. Expect obtuse funk, play-worthy theatrics, and a whole lot of costume changes. Broadway, Englewood)
Artists: Break Science and Maddy O’Neal
Cost: $20-$25 Del The Funky Homosapien and Cut Chemist alone are worth the price of admission. When: April 21, 5 p.m. When: April 20, 9 p.m. Where: Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox (1215 20th St.)
Artists: The Pharcyde, Stay Tuned, DJ A-L
Cost: $30
Break Science
Electro-soul is thriving in Denver, thanks in part to the next generation of artists who’ve carried the torch from the likes of Pretty Lights, the genre’s godfather. The event is chock full of industry vendors and features a concert by the massively fun 2Chainz. He saved his 4/20 date for Denver, which promises to be a show for the books. (Seth McConnell, The Know)
Bob Marley flags, $4.20 sandwich specials, friends visiting from less cool states — it’s that time of year when the whole city starts to feel like a University of Colorado dorm. Civic Center Park 420 Rally
The granddaddy of them all, this free rally in the heart of Denver is the city’s go-to for weed camaraderie. Per usual, Denver will be in full party mode for the weed-happy holiday, packing in more concerts than you can shake a vape pen at. Maddy O’Neal and Break Science are at the top of that class.