All Day I Dream Festival hosted by Live Nation in Sculpture Park - Photo by Alden Bonecutter



We host thousands of performances, festivals, and special events each year in a variety of unique cultural spaces across our portfolio of venues. We have the perfect backdrop to accommodate any kind of programming.

By booking your event with us, you're helping Denver's arts and cultural community thrive, as funds generated by the agency are put back into the community through grants, free and low-cost cultural events, art in public spaces, venue maitenance and more. 


Colorado Convention Center

Opened in 1990, the Colorado Convention Center is a state-of-the-art facility that is ideal for any size meeting or convention group and home to 230+ events annually. It consists of exhibit and meeting spaces, multiple ballrooms, the 5,000 seat theatre, outdoor terraces and on-site parking with 11k+ hotel rooms within walking distance.


Denver Coliseum

Dating back to 1952, the Denver Coliseum is home to the National Western Stock Show, Denver March Powwow, CHSAA State Championships and a multitude of other events including concerts, ice skating events, truck and auto shows, cheerleading competitions, graduations and more.


Denver Performing Arts Complex

Connected by an iconic 80-foot glass canopy, the Arts Complex is the second-largest performing arts destination under one roof in the country. The 12-acre site in the heart of downtown contains more than fourteen performance venues and event facilities, as well as open space, public art and restaurants. It plays a welcoming host to many national acts and local groups, festivals, conferences, public and private events and more. 


McNichols Civic Center Building

Located at the northwest corner of Civic Center Park, the McNichols Civic Center Building is a contemporary hub for arts, culture and events with a unique activation model that addresses the City’s space needs. This stunning Greek Revival building hosts public and private events, conferences, weddings, performances and more – new experiences in a classic space.


Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Red Rocks is one of the most popular concert venues in the world, recognized for its star-studded concert roster, natural acoustics and ambiance. Red Rocks hosts the world’s most talented musicians, Easter sunrise service, graduations, weddings, private events, film screenings and workouts. Located just fifteen minutes from downtown Denver, the Visitor Center and Trading Post Backyard both feature breathtaking views, gourmet food and impeccable service.


The Commons on Champa

The Commons on Champa (located at 1245 Champa) is an affordable event and meeting space managed by Denver Arts & Venues. It’s located next door to the Arts Complex across Champa Street from the Colorado Convention Center. This building was originally the Denver Police administration building, built in 1940.