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Address: 190 S Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, USA

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The Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts (known commonly as Pikes Peak Center) is a concert auditorium in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It serves as an entertainment, cultural, educational, and assembly center for the citizens of El Paso County, the Pikes Peak region, and the surrounding area.

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  • We went to see humorist Jeanne Robertson. She had the whole auditorium laughing hard! We had great, comfortable seats in the mezzanine. I was with my dad, so we needed to take the elevator up there and had no issues. It was also nice the facility allowed us to bring coffee to our seats. We had a fabulous evening!

  • We go to the Symphony and Philharmonic Pops on a regular basis. Free parking in and around the hall, and covered parking available for $5. Easy to navigate -- just follow the crowd. Shows are reasonably priced, and season tickets are divded into groups like Symphony, Pops, etc. Beverage's served in the lobby, and guest musicians like Yo Yo Mama play there. Guest musician tickets are pricey. Wonderful was to spend an evening.

  • The Pikes Peak Center has been kept up to date and is well maintained. Since COS is growing so rapidly, hopefully they'll be able to attract some big names. Enjoyed the shows I've seen here.

  • People were surprising rude and would take other seats until kicked out. I have not seen such disruption during a concert. The facility was clean and comfortable.

  • Just attended the Rocky Horror Picture Show with shadow cast and audience attendance. It was awesome! There was a Q&A with Barry Bostwick afterwards. The Pikes Peak Center was the perfect venue for the show.

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