Official Website of Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts
The Pikes Peak Center is a quality entertainment, cultural, educational, and assembly center for the benefit of the citizens of the Pikes Peak Region. 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.
Since its opening in 1982, the Pikes Peak Center has achieved international acclaim for its design and acoustical qualities. Artists and critics alike have been lavish in their praise of the Center. The Center hosts in excess of 200 performances annually. The Center is owned by El Paso County and operated by the Colorado Springs World Arena, a 501(c)(3) organization.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT RE: BLUES HALL OF FAME - Due to a serious family illness, John Hammond is unable to perform in Colorado Springs Saturday, March 21 as part of the Blues Hall of Fame Tour.
The show will go on as scheduled featuring a special solo set by Charlie Musselwhite at 8 p.m.; followed by a full set with Charlie and his band.
Any refund requests will be taken up to the start of the performance at 8pm on Saturday, March 21. For questions, please call the Pikes Peak Center Box Office at 719-799-4138
We apologize for any inconvenience and we look forward to seeing you at the show.
We serve dinner before many of our shows - enjoy an elegant catered dinner right here at the Pikes Peak Center!
Beware of ticket resellers
The Colorado Springs World Arena and Pikes Peak Center sells tickets to events through the following outlets: the World Arena/Pikes Peak Center Group Sales or Penrose Club programs, all front-range King Soopers, the World Arena or Pikes Peak Center box offices, by phone at 719-520-SHOW or 866-464-2626 or online at www.worldarena.com, www.pikespeakcenter.com, and www.ticketswest.com. We work closely with several media partners whose ticket purchase links will direct you to one of these sources.
If you purchase your tickets elsewhere (online, in person or over the phone) please be advised that the ticket you purchase may not be valid. Photocopies of print-at-home tickets are also considered invalid. Anyone possessing an invalid ticket will be denied access to either of our facilities. The World Arena and Pikes Peak Center assume no risk or responsibility for tickets purchased from a non-approved source and no refunds will be given on any invalid tickets for any reason. World Arena/Pikes Peak Center reserves the right to deny entry to the facility on any ticket that is purchased through non-approved sources.
Please help prevent break-ins!
Always lock your car and secure your windows all the way. Do not leave valuables in your vehicle. DO NOT leave anything out in the open. If you are concealing something in your trunk or glove compartment, do that before you park. Valuables are best left at home. If you see something that feels or looks suspicious it most likely is ...report it as ASAP to Pikes Peak center Administrative Staff.
By working together we seem to have eliminated problems during our recent events...lets all fight back by not giving these criminals a reason to target our area.
- Be observant.
- Lock your car.
- Close your windows all the way.
Leave valuables at home