Built 1982 to serve as a regional entertainment and cultural center, the Pikes Peak Center's downtown Colorado Springs location was planned as a part of the economic revitalization strategy for the downtown business district.
The shows very good
Seating is tough if the person in front of you has a big head or big hair...
Nice concert venue. Not really a bad seat.
The Addams Family Musical love Broadway plays and shows
Great parking either in garage or street side beautiful place
And they serve wine... Perfect!!!
The Stage Adaptation of C.S. Lewis's The Screwtape Letters will perform here on April 27, 2013 with performances at 4:00 PM and 8:00 PM.
Parking sucks, who wants to come downtown, when you can't park, come on city!
Join me at St. Thomas Aquinas Society "Be Not Afraid" Conference on August 3 ~ 5, 2012
Lots of dust on top of boxes
Take in a show at the acoustically impressive performing arts complex, host to more than 200 music and theater performances every year, including Broadway shows, comedy, concerts and more.
The box seats are comfy and good views too.
Tons of free street parking all day on Sundays.
Come early and park across the street from Phantom Canyon Brewery.
Street parking is impossible near showtime. Come early, park near the Pikes Peak Center and go have dinner at The Famous or Slaytons then walk back to the show and have a great spot when you leave.
Every seat in this venue is a good seat. The theatre is not so big that you can't see what is happening on the stage.
Don't miss the free Showcase at Studio Bee every third Thursday (except Nov. & Dec.). More info at