Colorado's Boulder Theatre is known for its art deco design and being the go-to venue for performances in the Denver Metro area. The theater opened its doors to musicals, concerts and other live performances in 1906. It was originally known as the Curran Opera House named after its owner James Curran. It was purchased by the Fox Theater Company and was renamed to Boulder Theatre. The theater company is responsible for the art deco style of the building. Its faade was named as one of the state's historic landmarks. In the early 1990s, the theater closed for a year before it was bought by New Hope Communications. The theater is one of the most preferred venues for live performances in the Rocky Mountain region. It is also home to the Boulder International Film Festival, the Boulder Adventure Film Festival and the Banff Film Festival. Get your Boulder Theatre tickets at StubHub.
Is Boulder Theatre accessible by public transportation?
Yes, the theater is accessible by public utility vehicles. Patrons heading to an event held at the theater can take a Super Shuttle. Taxi is also an option to get to and from the theater from your hotel or home. There is a taxi stand at 11th and Pearl Street.
Does the theater offer parking space?
Yes, it is located at 14th and Spruce Street, but downtown Boulder offers a lot of parking options. There is a public garage at 1400 Walnut Street. Parking rate is at $1.25 per hour and $2.50 per hour after a four-hour stay. Fees are waived during the weekends and holidays. For those who prefer on-street parking, it is available between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Are children allowed at Boulder Theatre events?
Yes, there are under 21 tickets offered by the theater. However, authentication is a must if the show requires patrons to be above 21 years old.
What is the VIP Experience offered at Boulder Theatre events?
Boulder Theatre tickets that offer a VIP experience are comprised of a boxed seat, a personal cocktail server and premier access to the venue. Seats for these tickets are located in the first row of the balcony. It is the seat with the clearest view of the stage as well as the best acoustics.
Is the theater close to restaurants and other attractions?
The Boulder Theatre is surrounded by different kinds of restaurants. OAK at fourteenth is a place that specializes in seasonal and local delicacies cooked using wood fire. It also serves cocktails, wine and beer. Those who want to have some ice cream before heading to the theater can grab it at Glacier Homemade Ice Cream. It is located at 1400 Pearl St. and is walking distance from the Boulder Theatre.Back to Top