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FAQ

Do I have to purchase my tickets in advance?

You do not have to purchase tickets in advance although it is recommended to guarantee a seat. When you purchase in advance, you have the option to choose your seat.

How can I pay for my tickets?

You can pay for tickets online with a credit/debit card or with cash/check at the Colorado College Worner desk located on the northwest corner of Cache La Poudre and Cascade.

Is there a fee for children?

Many of our concerts, including the Children’s Concert are free. However, for paid concerts, children are charged the student rate of $5.

What seating options are available?

The following contain the seating plans for the concert locations:

Packard Performance Hall

Richard F. Celeste Theatre - Cornerstone Arts Center

*Please note that all seats are available for the same price on a first come, first serve basis.

Where do I park?

During the festival concerts all campus parking is free of charge, including spaces labeled “paid visitor parking.”

There will be handicap spaces available on the north side of Cache La Poudre between Packard Hall and the Worner Campus Center. Handicap parking for the Cornerstone Arts Center may be found in the lot to the east of the building, accessible from Tejon Street. Also look for a golf cart shuttle running between the lots indicated on this map

Parking Map

What time do doors open?

Doors open half an hour before each concert.

What should I do if I arrive late?

Please be respectful of both the performers and audience members and if you arrive late, and wait until the current performance is finished (sound of applause) before entering the theater.

What is the policy on ticket refunds?

We do not provide refunds for tickets.

What are some suggestions for a pre-concert dinner in Colorado Springs?

The link below lists many downtown restaurants close to the Colorado College Campus as well as some other restaurants in the Colorado Springs Area.

Colorado Springs Dining

What is there to do in Colorado Springs?

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs is the second-largest city in Colorado. Boasting at least 300 days of sunshine per year, Colorado Springs sits at 6,035 feet in altitude with Pikes Peak as a backdrop. Ranked the number one best town by Outside magazine and the number one big city to live in by Money magazine, Colorado Springs offers a perfect blend of indoor and outdoor activities. To find out more information on activities in Colorado Springs, please visit the Colorado Springs visitors' website.