Colorado Symphony Concierge
Need to know what to wear, when to clap, what to do during intermission or after the concert? No question is too strange or silly for Robert Warner, the Colorado Symphony Concierge.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.534.0759 with any questions or requests about your visit to the Colorado Symphony.
Rob has put together a list of frequently asked questions and answers to help first time concert-goers understand what to expect. We want your visit to the Colorado Symphony to be fun and memorable. If you have other questions let him know--he might want to add them to his list!
Click here to read the FAQs.
Do you need restaurant or hotel recommendations? Have questions about parking? Have you lost your tickets? Did you lose something at the symphony? Call on Robert!
Ticket Donation Requests
The Colorado Symphony is pleased to consider ticket donation requests from other non-profit organizations for their fundraising events. To request a charitable contribution, please submit the form which can be found below.
Request Ticket Donation
Fun Things to Do in Colorado
Planning a visit to the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado? As the largest and most populated city of Colorado, this Rocky Mountain mecca offers a variety of outdoor activities. Here at the Colorado Symphony we wish for everyone visiting Denver to experience the city in all its glory. To get started, opt for this list of fun things to do in Denver.
Parks and Recreation
Being located with the Rocky Mountain range in the backyard, we here at the Colorado Symphony encourage everyone to take advantage of this natural landscape. Consider visiting the more than 200 parks located in the Denver area. Some of the top spots recommended by the Colorado Symphony include Cheesman Park, Washington Park, and City Park.
Music Parks and Amphitheatres
More specific to the natural beauty of Colorado, we recommend visiting the music parks in the city. One of our favorite things to do in Colorado is to visit Red Rocks Park. In addition to being famous for the natural beauty of the red coloring of the rock formations that stagger throughout the park, it is also the home of the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The amphitheatre is a crowd favorite for music lovers and located on the outskirts of Denver in Morrison. Since its inception as an open air theatre, the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, Jethro Tull and John Denver have all played at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Bicycling the Byways
Bring a bicycle for an outdoor excursion through the scenic state of Colorado. After all, Colorado is the second-most bicycle-friendly state! From bicycle lanes weaving throughout Denver to off-road biking paths that take advantage of the landscape, Colorado is best seen on two wheels. We here at the Colorado Symphony love to get out and experience the sights and sounds of Denver from the view of our handlebars.
One of the most popular reasons for visiting Colorado is to go skiing. Thanks to the abundance of snow capped peaks in the Rocky Mountain range, skiers can enjoy a thrilling slide down many mountains. Located just west of Denver by 67 miles is the Winter Park Resort ski area, which is owned and maintained by the City of Denver. Explore the peaks of Vasquez Ridge, Mary Jane or Winter Park from this ski resort locale. During the warmer summer months, Winter Park Resort is open for mountain biking, a climbing wall and a miniature golf course.