Once You’re Here

Pikes Peak Center Seating Chart
Review seat location at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts.

Ent Center for the Arts Seating Chart
Review seat location at Ent Center for the Arts

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The Ent Center for the Arts is accessible to people with disabilities. Click here for detailed information.

Frequently Asked Questions
Wondering when to clap? What to wear? See below for answers to many questions.

  • How much do tickets normally cost?
    Ticket prices vary by performance. Special offers and situational discounts may apply. Subscribers always get the best savings and guaranteed access to every concert. Prices do not include situationally-applicable Pikes Peak Center and/or TicketsWest fees.
  • What if I lose my ticket?
    No problem! Subscribers can call 719-520-SHOW at least one day before the performance. The box office will have replacement tickets waiting for you at the will call window.
  • I have tickets, but cannot attend the concert. What should I do?
    Feel free to give your tickets away to friends or family members. Otherwise, you are free to donate or exchange your unused concert tickets. Click here for more details.
  • How long are concerts?
    Concert lengths vary, but Masterworks, Pops, and Vanguard concerts are usually about two hours from start to finish. This includes a fifteen-minute intermission.
  • What should I wear to the performance?
    You’ll see concertgoers in a wide range of apparel ranging from business casual to evening wear. We suggest that you wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.
  • When should I clap?
    Generally, the rule of thumb is to applaude only after a piece is complete, not between the individual movements of some compositions. If you’re unsure which movement is the last, you can refer to the program. If you still have doubts, it’s always safe to wait until the conductor steps off his podium and turns around, or until every one else claps.
  • Who can I contact with questions or concerns?
    We are ready to help you. There are many easy ways to reach us on our contact page.
  • Can I purchase tickets at the door?
    Any available single tickets can be purchased over the phone or at the performance box office on the night of the concert. To charge by phone or check availablility, call 719-520-SHOW.

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