Payment must be made in full before tickets will be released. The Pikes Peak Center box office accepts cash, checks, and all major credit cards. Contact the box office at 719-520-SHOW with specific questions about purchasing tickets.
Placing season ticket orders is an intricate procedure designed to honor those who have been generous and loyal patrons, while being fair to everyone involved. Due to immense demand, Philharmonic representatives respond to thousands of seating requests, doing their utmost to make every subscriber comfortable.
Subscription seating placement will be processed in the following order:
- Straight renewals—subscribers requesting the same seats and the same concert night.
- Seating change requests from contributing subscribers.
- Seating change requests from non-contributing subscribers.
- New subscribers who have made contributions.
- New subscribers who choose not to make a contribution.
Please note that receipt of payment does not guarantee seating placement.
Patrons unable to attend a concert may return concert tickets to the Colorado Springs Philharmonic as a tax-deductible donation. Value of the donation is equal to the paid value printed on the ticket. The tickets can be returned by calling the Philharmonic administrative offices at 719-575-9632 to donate their tickets 48 hours prior to concert start time.
Tickets from past concerts may not be donated back.
To help when scheduling conflicts arise, subscribers may exchange their Philharmonic tickets for other Philharmonic concerts free of charge, subject to sufficient ticket availability as some concerts are not available for exchange. Tickets from past concerts may not be exchanged.
Please use one of the following methods to exchange your tickets:
- Call 719-575-9632.
- Bring your tickets to the Pikes Peak Center box office (at 190 South Cascade Avenue in downtown Colorado Springs) during normal business hours.
Every attempt will be made to exchange your tickets for best available comparable seats for the alternative concert of your choice. If you wish to upgrade your seat, you will be charged for the difference in price at the time the exchange is made. We regret that we are unable to refund the difference if you exchange into lower priced seats. Some concerts are not eligible for exchange and all exchanges are subject to sufficient ticket availability. You may call 719-575-9632 at least 48 hours in advance to see if exchange tickets are currently available for the concert of your choice.
Most single ticket purchases ship within two business days via US Postal Service. Subscription orders will be processed according to the subscriber seating terms detailed on this page and will ship via US Postal Service prior to the beginning of the Philharmonic season. This usually occurs in mid-August.
Refunds are issued only for cancelled performances. Does not include cancelations or postponements due to acts of God, fire, flood, pestilence, or closures due to civil unrest or other government advisories. These performances will not be refunded, however ticket exchanges may be offered, or the opportunity to return the ticket as a tax-deductible donation.
Limited Satisfaction Guarantee
New subscribers may attend the first performance in their subscription series risk-free. If, after their first concert, new subscribers find that they do not enjoy the concert experience, they may cancel their subscription and all remaining tickets will be refunded. Subscribers requesting refunds must actually attend the first concert in their subscription package and have their ticket barcode(s) scanned by Pikes Peak Center ushers. Refund requests must be received by the Philharmonic no later than five business days following the first concert in the applicable series.
Names, addresses, and email addresses provided at time of sale may be maintained by the Philharmonic for marketing and promotional purposes. Direct marketing recipients may unsubscribe from email lists or ask to be removed from mailing lists by contacting the Philharmonic offices.
Programs and Artists
Program artists, dates, times, and locations are subject to change without notice.
Cameras and Recording Equipment
Recording equipment is not permitted in the hall. Unauthorized recording is strictly prohibited and recordings of any type will be destroyed. Flash photography is not permitted.
Concerts begin promptly at the scheduled time. In consideration of the performers and patrons, latecomers will be instructed to wait until applause or between movements to be seated. If you must leave the hall during the performance, please do so quietly.
The Colorado Springs Philharmonic welcomes children who are accompanied by a parent and who are able to sit quietly for the duration of the concert. Every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theater for performances. Lap-seat tickets are not available.
Out of respect to their fellow audience members, disruptive patrons will be asked to excuse themselves from the concert hall. This includes use of mobile devices during the concert.
The Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts is ADA accessible with wheelchair seating and adjacent parking.
Headsets for an assistive hearing system, which aid hearing-impaired persons during performances, are available at the box office.
Other accommodations are also available. Click here for complete details.
All performance halls used by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic are smoke-free environments.
Lost and Found
Lost articles are handled by Pikes Peak Center administration. Please contact the box office at 719-799-4139.
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