Yes, we have a full cocktail bar with liquor, beer, and wine, as well as, non-alcoholic beverages for sale. Each concert will have multiple food trucks.
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No outside food or beverages are allowed in other than ONE sealed water bottle per person. Bag searches will be performed upon entry.
No outside beverages are allowed in other than ONE sealed water bottle per person. Bag searches will be performed upon entry.
Parking is free!
If parking is not available within the park, a parking crew member will direct you to overflow parking.
Overflow parking can be found at BURLY Brewing at 680 Atchison Way Number 800. Street parking is widely available near BURLY on Topeka Way and Atchison Way. Hop on the Town trolley and take a short 5-minute drive to the amphitheater.
The Town trolley is wheelchair accessible.
There will be a continuous shuttle running from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m. between BURLY Brewing and The Amphitheater at Philip S. Miller Park.
There will be a continuous shuttle running from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. between BURLY Brewing and The Amphitheater at Philip S. Miller Park
Gates open at 6 p.m. The opener will perform from 7 to 8 p.m. The headliner will perform at 8:30 p.m. for 75 to 90 minutes. This is for all ticketed concerts for the 2023 Summer Concert Series EXCEPT The Denver Pops with the Ultimate Stones which gates open at 7:00 p.m. and the show starts at 8:00 p.m. There is no opener for this show.
Gates open at 5 p.m. The band performs from 6:30 to 9 p.m. with a short break.
Ticketed concerts are rain or shine. There may be a delay of the show for the safety of the patrons, artists, and staff. No refunds will be issued unless the event is canceled.
Free concerts are rain or shine. If the forecast allows for a delay, the show will be postponed for a period of time and canceled if time does not permit for the show to occur before 9 p.m.
While all of our shows are rain or shine, shows are canceled or rescheduled in cases of extreme and dangerous weather conditions for the safety of our patrons, staff, and performers.
Please check the weather and dress for Colorado’s changing weather.
Only service animals are allowed into the ticketed concerts.
Yes, you can bring your well-behaved pet on a leash.
The Amphitheater is best suited for camping style lawn chairs. Lawn chairs must not go above the shoulders of the person sitting in them. The goal is not to block the views of people sitting behind you. We appreciate your cooperation with this.
You can bring any type of lawn chair the free concerts.
Yes, you may re-enter the venue, but will be subject to bag check.
No. We can scan the ticket you received from Ticketweb from your device. Once inside the venue, you will not need your printed ticket again, as we use wristbands to identify ticketed guests.
No ticket is required to free concerts.
Children 2 and under do not need to have a ticket for entry.
Free concerts are family and pet friendly events.
If you purchased a seat in a Box, you do not need a chair. For the Orchestra and Lawn areas, please being a camping style chair that does not go above the shoulders of the person sitting in it.
You know you are in the right spot if you have matching wristbands with the people around you.
PINK-You purchased a LAWN Seat. That is located in the back in the grass. You MAY NOT go into the area closest to the stage.
ORANGE- You purchased an Orchestra Seat. That is the tiered, turfed area near the stage. You have access to dance near the stage.
GOLD- You purchased a Box Seat. Boxes are numbered 1-4 (see the map under FAQ Seating Options). You have a chair, access to a table, and cocktail service.