Denver ColiseumEdit profile
Denver Coliseum is an indoor arena, owned by the City and County of Denver, operated by its Theatres and Arenas division and is located in Denver, Colorado. The arena holds 10,200 people and was built in 1952.
A wide variety of events are held throughout the year including: Disney on Ice, Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, The Denver March Pow Wow, the Denver Coliseum Mineral, Fossil, Gem, and Jewelry Show, Christian events, cheerleading competitions, high school sports playoffs, motivational seminars, Mexican dances, roller derby, music concerts & other miscellaneous events.
The coliseum is located in Denver's Elyria-Swansea neighborhood. It currently sits atop the stop where the Denver Pacific Railway broke ground on its Cheyenne line in 1868.
It was the host of WCW's Spring Stampede in 1998 and the Colorado Wildcats, of the PIFL. It also hosted the ABA's Denver Rockets.
The Coliseum also hosts rodeos during the annual National Western Stock Show.