The Pikes Peak Region

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These are a few of our favorite people, places, and things in the area in which we live and perform. Check them out!

PeakRadar.com

PeakRadar.com is the leading online guide for arts and cultural information for the Pikes Peak region of Colorado. It offers the largest database of arts and cultural events, as well as aditiaonl listings of arts classes adn workshops, organizations, venues, individual artists and performers, public art and more.

 

 

 

Iron Springs Chateau

"Colorado's Fun Melodrama" For over 50 years, The Iron Springs Chateau Melodrama Dinner Theater has provided the Pike's Peak region with evenings of hilarious comedy and quality entertainment.$16.50 - $29.50 - Dinner and 2 hour show

 

 

 

The Loft Music Venue

See and hear national acts in an intimate 1890's building with vaulted ceilings, wooden floors, brick walls, and amazing sound.

 

 

 

 

Pikes Peak Library District 

Providing resources and opportunities that change individual lives and build community. Seek. Engage. Transform.

PPLD has been to many SHiP shows and has even featured us on ppld.tv!

 

 

 

Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region

COPPeR takes a strategic view of the Pikes Peak region to ensure that cultural services reach all people and that the arts are used to positively address issues of economic development, education, tourism, regional branding and civic life. 

 

 

 

Concrete Couch

Concreate Couch aims to work with kids and community groups to create public art, to build community, and to create environments and experiences that humanize our world.

 

 

 

 

Incline Friends

The Incline Friends group is dedicated to making the Incline sustainable and open to the public.The world renowned Incline is famous for its sweeping views and steep grade, as steep as 68% in places, making it an unforgetable fitness challenge. The incline gains over 2,000 feet (610 m) of elevation in less than one mile.

 

 

Ecumenical Social Ministries

Colorado Springs Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM) was established as a nonprofit organization in 1982 by eight large downtown churches. Considered an outreach extension for the community, ESM responds to the emergency social service needs of low-income, homeless and unemployed individuals and families in Colorado Springs.