Since first opening its doors on September 20th, 2003, the Budweiser Events Center has served northern Colorado as a multipurpose arena. A diverse menu of entertainment can be found at the location as it serves as a concert, entertainment and sports facility. Located north of Denver in the vicinity of Loveland, Colorado, it is part of the Larimer county complex known as "The Ranch." It is home to the Denver Dream women's football team and the Colorado Eagles ice hockey team. The center can be used in conjunction with other venues in the Ranch complex to create a memorable event for those who attend. With a seating capacity of over 7,000, Budweiser Events Center events provide a middle ground between larger arenas and smaller venues. If you are looking for entertainment in the northern front range, purchase your Budweiser Events Center tickets today.
Where is the Budweiser Events Center located and how do you get there?
The building is located at 5290 Arena Circle in Loveland, Colorado. From Denver, visitors can take I-25 north to exit 259 in Fort Collins. Signs will direct drivers to stay right for Crossroads Boulevard and the Ranch complex. You will then head north onto Fairgrounds Avenue before turning left onto Arena Circle. Visitors from areas to the north of Fort Collins can reach the center by taking I-25 to the same exit. They can then follow the directions listed above.
What is the seating capacity at the Budweiser Events Center?
The venue has seating for 7,200 guests for most concerts or other entertainment events, depending upon the stage configuration. Sporting events hold fewer guests in order to make room for the playing areas. For example, the ice hockey games at the center seat only 5,289 visitors.
Has the Budweiser Events Center hosted notable sports events?
The center opened with a game featuring the Colorado Eagles vs. the NHL's Colorado Avalanche. An indoor football team known as the Colorado Crush used the facility from 2007-2017. It is also the former home of indoor soccer's Colorado Lighting and the Colorado Chill women's basketball team.
What well-known entertainers and musicians have played at the Budweiser Events Center?