Getting There

Review by: LisaK
Category: Getting There
Posted: 7/31/23

Luckily we rented a “party bus” and it was priceless!! Left from downtown Pittsburgh and included lunch and a drink at a local brewery where the bus picked us up. I think a guy just booked it on his own and advertised it. 60 bucks! Amazing, fun, and safe! Easy access on Friday arriving around 3:45pm. Long time getting out.

Review by: LisaK
Category: Getting There
Posted: 7/31/23

Easy.


Review by: BruceWingsteen
Category: Getting There
Posted: 7/17/23

Best to walk or ride a bike to the show. If you’re coming from outside of Bend you may want to park in town somewhere and walk to the venue.

Review by: jdonovan
Category: Getting There
Posted: 7/5/23

If you’re using I-70 to get there, there’s always a chance of mayhem on that road. But provided that doesn’t happen, it should be a smooth ride.

Review by: BruceWingsteen
Category: Getting There
Posted: 7/13/23

First off you should stay at the Alpine Lodge which is literally right behind the stage. You have to be on top of things though for that. Otherwise take a shuttle to this venue which is in the middle of nowhere. Or a bunch of cornfields.

Review by: MeowsMusic
Category: Getting There
Posted: 5/12/23

If you’re staying in downtown Denver, capital hill, or RiNo, and it’s not snowing outside, you can usually walk to the venue (if you don’t mind walking lol) Denver is a pretty safe city. There are a couple of buses that will get you pretty close to there.

Review by: MeowsMusic
Category: Getting There
Posted: 5/12/23

Downtown Boulder Bus Station is a few blocks from the venue. You can take a bus to there from anywhere in Boulder county, and most places in between there and boulder. Last bus leaves at around 12:30am so don’t miss that.

Review by: MeowsMusic
Category: Getting There
Posted: 5/12/23

Getting there is east because it is right off of the highway. There is also a bus that picks up right next to the venue that runs to Boulder one way, and Denver in the opposite ($5.25 fair each way)

Review by: Mongo7640
Category: Getting There
Posted: 5/11/23

This venue is located in th ghetto. If you have a nice car or expensive belongings in your car. Do not park outside of a paid lot.


Review by: Coznells
Category: Getting There
Posted: 5/2/23

It’s in Broomfield which is a pretty lame part of town. The only close hotel is A Loft, all others need Ubers/cabs/cars. After the show the Uber scene is desperate. Like BAD. Just be aware.

Review by: Coznells
Category: Getting There
Posted: 5/2/23

If you’re staying somewhere close, congrats! There aren’t many places. If you have a sober driver, use them! Waiting for an Uber after the show is PAINFUL and LONG. More than other venues, I think, because there’s really no where else to go and hang out. You’re on your own up there. Shuttle busses can be a pain to coordinate, but the times we’ve had one, it was for sure worth it.

Review by: BruceWingsteen
Category: Getting There
Posted: 7/13/23

It is recommended to get a ride to Red Rocks. One option is to arrange for a shuttle to drop you off and pick you up. Or, arrange for a shuttle to pick you up and take a Lyft/Uber to the venue. Just don’t plan to take a Lyft or Uber home as it is very tricky to find your ride. The shuttles all park in a specific area (Lower South Lot) which is relatively easy to find. Red Rocks is about a 25 minute drive from Denver. There is also plenty of parking if you decide to drive to the venue. Plan to get to the venue early. There can be lots of traffic close to showtime and it’s just nice to have time to explore and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Review by: dtmhnl
Category: Getting There
Posted: 4/30/23

It’s LA. Driving and parking is a bitch, but parking in the large Ovation Hollywood garage and walking the ~15 mins up the hill was easy enough.

Review by: nosimpleroad
Category: Getting There
Posted: 4/27/23

Parking is ‘a thing’ here. If you’re smart, you’ll get an Uber or Lift to drop you off. It just makes things easier. It’s congested before a show and you can just hop out and walk up if you’re in an Uber.

Review by: strunz4u
Category: Getting There
Posted: 4/25/23

If you’re not from the area, just have a good navi.


Review by: BruceWingsteen
Category: Getting There
Posted: 4/21/23

I took a Lyft to the venue. It’s in the middle of campus so there isn’t a ton of parking. There were about six drop off options when choosing Lyft. I chose Haas Hall because I knew after the first show that particular building was close to the South entrance. It was easy and quick to get a Lyft before the show. Afterwards we walked into town and got one. I believe there is a BART station nearby.

Review by: 2Riders
Category: Getting There
Posted: 4/20/23

It’s in St. Paul. You can take the light rail to a location near the venue. Parking is OK.