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How do I get to the Denver Coliseum?

Finding the Coliseum is easy. We are off I-70 just east of its intersection with I-25. Use the Brighton Boulevard exit. The Coliseum is also serviced by RTD bus line 48. Call RTD for schedules and connections information at 303-299-6000.

 

Where do I park?

There is plenty of parking in our lots, but we encourage you to carpool. Please park as directed by Coliseum staff members. Cars blocking or impeding traffic, or illegally parked, will be relocated. If your vehicle is relocated, contact a staff member for assistance.

Does my child need a ticket?

Although the promoter of some shows may have a different policy, generally children under 2 years of age do not need a ticket. They are required to sit on the lap of the adult and to not interfere with someone else's seat. Please keep in mind that some shows may not be appropriate for young children, and that children must be supervised closely by a responsible adult.

Can I buy tickets at the Denver Coliseum Box Office?

Thanks to our partnership with AXS.com you can purchase tickets for Denver Coliseum, Colorado Convention Center, Bellco Theatre, Red Rocks Amphitheatre and many Denver Performing Arts Complex shows at the Denver Coliseum Box Office from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Saturday. Additionally, the Denver Coliseum Box Office is usually open one hour prior to door time on the day of the event. Some events such as the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice, and National Western Stock Show & Rodeo may have extended Box Office hours. You may call 720-865-2475 to confirm.

What things am I not allowed to bring into the Denver Coliseum?

For the safety of our guests and artists, certain items cannot be brought into the Coliseum. Food or beverages, alcohol, bottles, cans, coolers, drugs, video or professional still cameras, or anything that can be used as a weapon are NOT PERMITTED into the Coliseum. Guests and their possessions are subject to search prior to entering the Coliseum. Coliseum Management reserves final decision on items brought into the venue.

What features are there for patrons with disabilities?

The Denver Coliseum makes every effort to offer a wonderful experience for our disabled guests. Accessible parking is available for vehicles displaying proper identification, and accessible seating is located at Sections 101, 109, 111, 118, 126 and 128 accommodating up to 54 wheelchairs and 108 companions. Floor seating is available for concert type events. Please ask your ticket seller for accessible seating at the time of purchase. All restrooms as well as drinking fountains are accessible. Additional detailed information can be found on our Accessibility page.

Where is Lost & Found?

Lost & Found items are turned into the Coliseum office (Lower Door 1) during the show. If you should lose an item, contact an event staff member before you leave the Coliseum. Afterwards, please call the Arenas Office at 720-865-2475, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Is there an ATM at the Denver Coliseum?

Yes! There are two ATM's located inside near the front doors of the Coliseum.

Is smoking allowed in the Denver Coliseum?

Smoking in the Coliseum is prohibited by City Ordinance. For some events there is a smoking area outside the front lobby.

May we consume alcoholic beverages in the Denver Coliseum?

Beer, wine and cocktails are sold at most events in the Coliseum. Guests who want to consume alcoholic beverages at the Coliseum must have proper ID showing proof of age 21 or older. Any person observed drinking alcoholic beverages without proper ID will have their drink confiscated and be subject to age verification and possible ejection or citation. You may not bring alcoholic beverages into the Coliseum.

May I bring recording equipment (video or audio) or a camera with me to the show?

Some performers allow small, personal still cameras. Some do not. Video and audio recorders are not allowed. This decision is made by each individual show, not by the Coliseum.

How do I find out who’s coming to play at the Denver Coliseum?

The easiest way is to go to our Event Calendar page. All performances are posted there as soon as they are confirmed.

Where is “Will Call” at the Denver Coliseum?

The Box Office and ticket Will Call is located at the east (main) entrance to the Coliseum. Ticket Will Call opens 1 hour prior to doors opening.

Where do I buy tickets?

Thanks to our partnership with AXS.com as our ticketing agency, you can now purchase tickets for Denver Coliseum, Colorado Convention Center, Bellco Theatre, Red Rocks Amphitheatre and many Denver Performing Arts Complex shows at the Denver Coliseum box office from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Saturday. Additionally, the Denver Coliseum box office is usually open one hour prior to door time on the day of the event. For tickets to an upcoming event, please also visit our Event Calendar or go to www.support.axs.com.

What is the seating capacity of the Denver Coliseum?

It depends on the event, but for a concert the Coliseum can seat up to 10,000 people.

What hotels are near the Denver Coliseum?

The Denver Coliseum is located only 3 miles from the heart of Downtown Denver via Brighton Boulevard. There are many hotels to choose from as well as many hotels located near the former Stapleton Airport on Quebec Street at I-70.

Visit our Area Hotels page for a list of nearby lodging options. 

How do I get a job at the Denver Coliseum?

Many people are employed in food and beverage service, housekeeping, and security services. Visit our Employment Opportunities page for additional information. 

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