Drivers, passengers and spectators must all pre-register online as no tickets will be offered the day of the events.
Pikes Peak International Raceway’s Cruise to the Finish event is tailored specifically to the Pikes Peak region’s seniors to figuratively, and literally, culminate their academic accomplishments by crossing the track’s finish line.
The cruise set for June 11 and 12, offers seniors the opportunity to drive PPIR’s famous oval course in their own vehicles. Each ticket price includes a laminated driver credential, three laps around the course led by a NASCAR pace car, a photo opportunity inside victory lane to commemorate the experience and entry into a variety of sponsor giveaways.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available, please contact Dana@PPIR.com or call 719-382-7223 for details.
A limited number of cars will be allowed on the track in one-hour increments.
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Friday, June 12, 2020
Driver – $15
Buddy Pass (rides inside the driver’s vehicle) – $10
Spectator Only Pass (for family who’d like to watch the laps) – $5
With his Out of the Blues Tour, promoting his latest album of the same name, Grammy Award-winning artist Boz Scaggs' is headed to Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, June 13 to celebrate “the blues,” the musical genre that first sparked his five-decade musical career.
Tickets, which range in price from $39.95 to $89.95 plus applicable fees, will go on sale on Friday, February 7 at 10 a.m. They will be available at the Pikes Peak Center and The Broadmoor World Arena box offices and online at PikesPeakCenter.com, BroadmoorWorldArena.com and AXS.com.
RESCHEDULED TO JUNE 2021.
CHECK THIS SITE LINK FOR TICKETS FOR 2021.
On Sunday, June 14, Danny Zelisko Presents will bring the legendary Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons to Colorado Springs for the first time ever. The concert will take place at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts and start at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
Tickets for reserved seating, which range from $38 to $153 plus applicable fees, will go on sale on Friday, January 24, at 10 a.m. They can be purchased at the Pikes Peak Center and The Broadmoor World Arena box offices and online at PikesPeakCenter.com, BroadmoorWorldArena.com and AXS.com.
Only $5.00 for pancakes, eggs, coffee, juice and milk
Children 5 and under eat FREE!
No admission fee to the event
Your ticket to get a great breakfast is a Commemorative Wooden Coin (Token), and it is yours to keep. Tokens can be purchased at the event (cash only) as well as select locations several weeks in advance of the event. If you have a large group (10+) and would like to pay by check or credit card, please contact us well in advance of the event to make arrangements.
Join us as we host interior designers, decorators, and over 100 dealers with unique vintage & antique goods, handmade treasures, clothing & jewelry, LIVE plants, and so much more!
Hungry?! Enjoy a great mix of food options including custom and vegan menus! Snag anything from a delicious wood-fired pizza to a delectable deep fried treat! Caramel apples, gourmet fudge and chocolates, delicious treats, and it doesn’t stop there!
Participate in one-of-a-kind shopping, giveaways, and so much more! Children 12 and under admitted free of charge!
The market is all indoors, so weather is not a factor! Come shop in comfort the most unique, one-of-a-kind shopping experience!
Service animals permitted according to state & federal regulations. Note: Tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable, and not replaceable.
Join in on the Independence Day celebrations in Old Colorado City in Bancroft Park for the community 4th of July festivities! There will be a picnic style lunch, free flags and live music in the park. Bring your chairs, picnic blankets and take the whole family to enjoy an afternoon celebration in your neighborhood park. more info...
The 11th Annual Royal Gorge Whitewater Festival (RGWF) features whitewater competitions and land-based recreation events to celebrate the whitewater season. Enjoy summer flows in a fantastic whitewater setting in historic Cañon City, Colorado. Held in the refurbished and family-friendly Centennial Park, the Whitewater Festival pairs boats, bands, and beer for a weekend of fun-filled (and whitewater-fueled) events. It's the biggest party of the summer in Cañon City and one not to be missed. It's all about "Boats, Bands, and Beer!"
Profits from the festival benefit Royal Gorge RIO (formerly the Whitewater Kayak Recreation Park or WKRP). This non-profit organization supports the continued expansion of the Whitewater Park, river restoration, and community causes.
Entry Fee: $5 adults, Children 12 and under FREE
Event participants receive FREE entry with paid registration
Dogs are NOT allowed in the festival area, with the exception of the Weenie Dog Race participants and trained service animals
In order to consume alcoholic beverages you must be 21 or older and have identification
No outside food or alcohol is allowed in the festival
The primary fundraising activity for FOX is its annual garden tour. Since the tour’s inception in 2011, this popular event has been in various Colorado Springs locations, including Village Seven, the West Side, the Old North End, Patty Jewett, the Broadmoor, and north central Colorado Springs. The 2020 tour, "A Midsummer Stroll," revisits the Old North End.
Tour attendees observe various gardening practices including water conservation, xeriscaping, deer-resistant techniques and raising vegetables. Expert gardeners are available at each of the gardens to answer questions about plants and good gardening practices. Plein Air Garden Artists and live music augment the experience. more info...
Since 1986. The annual Mountain Arts Festival in beautiful Woodland Park, Colorado, brings artists from all over the country, and still has the small town feel with plenty of local artists also exhibiting their art. The 70 some artists registered runs the gamut from watercolor, oil, and acrylic paintings to woodworking, from jewelry to sculptures, from metalwork to weavings, and from pottery to finely turned pens. Every year the festival brings art lovers from all over the region.
Entry is free and there will be food and drink vendors on hand as well! $20 coupons are drawn every hour for attendees, which can then be used to purchase art from one of our fine artisans.
For all of you interested in the 35th Annual Mountain Arts Festival to be held in August, we are developing our contingency plans to cope with the coronavirus. The plans will change as we learn more each week about state and local directives for public gatherings. We are trying to stay flexible so we are extending our deadline for MAF artists applications until June 1. Though it would give the Mountain Artists only two months to pull together the Festival, we are confident we could do it. Once again, it all depends on how the virus progresses in the state of Colorado, the directives from state and local governments and how comfortable we feel about sponsoring a large public gathering. If we do cancel the Mountain Arts Festival and you have sent in your application, we will return your check or issue a full refund. Please stay safe and stay home and check back every week on this website for updates.
As The Beach Boys mark more than a half century of making music, the group continues to ride the crest of a wave unequalled in America’s musical history. The Beach Boys have become synonymous with the California lifestyle and have become an American icon to fans around the world. The Beach Boys will bring their legendary sound to Colorado Springs on Wednesday, August 5 at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts. The show will start at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets range in price from $44 to $129, plus applicable fees, and can be purchased at the Pikes Peak Center and The Broadmoor World Arena box offices and online at PikesPeakCenter.com, BroadmoorWorldArena.com and AXS.com. With every ticket purchased, fans will receive a digital copy of Mike Love’s new album, 12 Sides of Summer. An email with more details about this offer will be sent to them approximately seven days after their purchase.
Today the Colorado State Fair resides on 102 acres of land that contains paved streets and impressive landscaping. The fair has been host to countless celebrity concerts and used throughout the year for community events. Every year there are new activities and educational opportunities for Colorado citizens and visitors to enjoy. The fair has been a focal point for the Pueblo community and will hopefully continue to be one well into the future.
We have the following rules to make sure everyone has a safe and fun time:
-No knives, guns, or objects to be construed as weapons will be allowed
-No coolers will be allowed
-No outside food or drink
-No dogs or pets with the exception of handicap assistance animals or animals competing at the Fair
-Smoking of any sort is prohibited in buildings per state law. Smoking includes e-cigarettes, vapes, joints, cigarettes, pipes, cigars, etc. Please note, consumption of cannabis in public is illegal more info...