How FREE Guest List Works at Temple in Denver
For certain nights of the week, Temple in Denver is offering free guest list to all Discotech members. This guide will go over everything you need to know about getting on our free guest list at Temple.
Here are the most important things to know about getting on the guest list at Temple:
- The perks for being on the guest list are: free or discounted entry
- You can sign up to our guest list directly online. No need to call anyone
FAQ about Guest List at Temple
Still looking for more information about the guest list? No problem, we compiled the most frequently asked questions about Temple guest list right here:
How do I get on the guest list for Temple?
You can sign up to the guest list directly on Discotech. Head over to the events section and choose the proper date and event you want to sign up for.
What are the benefits or perks of being on the guest list?
Being on the guestlist provides free entry or a reduced entry price.
For more info about guestlist benefits, check the event details for Temple.
How much does the Temple guest list cost?
Signing up and joining our Temple guest list is a free service. We don't charge a penny for it.
What is the dress code if we're on the guest list?
The dress code is the same for everyone who plans to go to Temple. The dress code at Temple is Strict so please choose your outfit properly so that you avoid any issues at the door.
What events can I get on the guest list right now?
Right now, there are 6 upcoming events at Temple that have the guest list. Please be sure to check the guest list details as they may vary depending on the event.
How much is the cover charge or general admission price?
Cover charge at Temple varies depending on how busy the event is. Expect the prices to be higher on holidays and special events / big name DJs.
On nights with tickets, you can expect to pay the same or more than the last ticketing tier. See ticket prices for upcoming events at Temple here.
When does the guest list at Temple closes?
At Temple, the guest list closing time depends on the event. When you sign up for a guest list with us. You'll find the specific guest list closing time for each event.
Guest list closing time is the time by which you must arrive in order to qualify for the guest list benefit. In most cases, you will need to be at the front door by the guest list closing time in order to get in on the guest list.
For example, if the guest list closes at 11 PM, we would recommend arriving by 10 PM (or earlier) to ensure that you're at the front by 11 PM.
On special events, holidays or nights with big performers – the guest list may be closed early – we highly recommend arriving at least an hour early to make sure your experience goes smoothly!
At what time does the guest list submissions end?
Does being on the guest list guarantee entry?
Not always: the guest list may be cancelled at any time by the venue. Appropriate attire is required for admission. The venue reserves the right to deny admission.
If you rather be on the safe side, consider buying tickets or reserving bottle service instead.
How many people can sign up to the guest list?
You can sign yourself +5 up for the free guest list. If your group is larger, we suggest splitting your group and adding yourselves on separate guest lists.
Should I use a promoter to get on the guest list?
We highly recommend that you use Discotech to get on the guest list at Temple. This way, you'll be able to get a guest list confirmation from us and we'll also be able to send you notifications via email, text message, or push notifications.
If you ever need to cancel a guest list reservation, no problem! Discotech handles all of that. You can also easily sign up to multiple guest list at different places.
What are you waiting for? Go here and choose the event you want to get guest list on.
Please note that signing up for guest list does not guarantee entry. The guest list may be cancelled at any time by the venue. Appropriate attire is required for admission. The venue reserves the right to deny admission.