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Our tour guide, Jody gave ua a great time showing us the locker rooms and explaining how everything gets set up. We got watch a few minutes while they were changing the floor for a concert. She was very knowledgable about all the teams and...More
What an awesome venue for the final Warped Tour 2018! Besides the best bands giving us an amazing experience, kudos to the vendors and staff who made the day-long music festival a great success. Even though this was the last Warped Tour, we would definitely...More
Got a great deal on Groupon for a tour. Took our 9 and 12 year old to learn about the facility, the Avalanche, Nuggets and Mammoth. We were able to go in the Mammoth locker room. Also learned about setup for concerts and shows. We...More
The seats are all comfortable and the building is a great size for sports. They bring in fairly good shows and obviously are home to some fun sports. The parking is very odd, and if you don't have a VIP ticket, you are walking a...More
I was here visiting for the rare occurrence of a Suns victory. I really enjoyed this venue as there were a lot of food options and seat was not difficult to find. The staff was very friendly, even though I was from the away team....More
My wife and I have been to the Pepsi Center on many occasions to watch the Colorado Avalanche play hockey. We always take the Light Rail because it drops you off right next to the Pepsi Center. We do this to avoid the hassle of...More
It's an excellent place to feel American spirit and watch people, not just NBA. I came alone to watch NBA (it happened Nuggets v Bucks).
I am not particularly an NBA fan but still enjoy the evening here. It's fun and like a carnival. I...More
My husband & I were both disappointed. We expected to see the "behind the scenes" stuff like the Nuggets locker room, broadcast booths, dressing rooms used by performers, VIP lounges,etc. We saw little more than what an average person would see if they bought a...More
We went to a Bon Jovi concert there several years ago, had seats directly across from yours in section 128 and the sound was superb. Sometimes when you are that close to the stage but off to the side, the sound is not the... More
We went to a Bon Jovi concert there several years ago, had seats directly across from yours in section 128 and the sound was superb. Sometimes when you are that close to the stage but off to the side, the sound is not the best. Not sure of their set up for your concert, but it should have been fine. The floor is usually best for optimum sound but if somebody stands three rows in front of you, you can't see. Saw the Stones at the stadium in San Diego a few years ago with similar seating and the sound was great. If you get a chance to see a performance at Red Rocks, there is no bad seat.