Parking & Directions
4600 Humboldt Street
Denver, CO 80216
Phone: (720) 865-2475
The Denver Coliseum is located at I-70 (Brighton Blvd. Exit 275B) and Humboldt Street, just east of the junction of I-25 with I-70.
**ALERT** Due to construction in the area, please visit this link to see construction and traffic impacts, road closures and RTD information before planning your visit.
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Patron pickup is located outside the front entrance of the Denver Coliseum on McFarland Drive. This area is first-come, first-served. Drivers are required to wait at their vehicle for patrons to arrive. Oversized vehicles are not allowed in the designated pick-up area. If pick-up area is at capacity when you arrive, please speak with a parking attendant so that they can direct you to the closest available location.
Parking: Denver Coliseum parking is located on the west side of the Coliseum. Parking fees vary by event. Please visit the calendar for event details or call 720-865-2475. For information on Accessible parking, please visit our Accessibility page.
Mission Ballroom Parking: Denver Coliseum is happy to offer paid parking for all Mission Ballroom events. Parking is $10 and cash is preferred. Event parking begins 1-1½ hours before doors for the Mission Ballroom event. Vehicles may be left overnight, however must be moved before 10am the following morning.
For more information, visit www.missionballroom.com.
Administrative Office: Denver Coliseum administrative offices are located at the Lower Door 1 entrance of the Coliseum. The Door 1 entrance is on the north side of the Coliseum underneath the bridgework of I-70. The hours of operation are 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. The office can be reached by phone at (720) 865-2475 extension 3.
Please note that the Denver Coliseum and the National Western Complex are two separate buildings and are not connected.