The Mission Ballroom – The Newest Concert Venue On Its Way to Denver
The Mission Ballroom is being constructed as we speak on Brighton Boulevard between the 40th and 43rd streets. If you loved Denver because of all the concerts held in the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, then be prepared because a real treat is coming for you in 2019. The venue will be unlike anything you have ever seen. Let’s just say that AEG Presents Rocky Mountains isn’t sparing any expenses to make the grandest venue Colorado has ever seen. AEG CEO Chuck Morris said:
“Our entire AEG Presents Rocky Mountain team spent the last 11 years searching for the perfect location and the right design to build one of the finest venues this town has ever seen”.
The venue featured a tiered seating plan similar to the Red Rocks to make sure that stage is visible to each and every single person. The hall is equipped with a standing and a sitting place. So, you can hop all you want on the dance floor and rest on the seat if you get too exhausted. That’s why the name has “ballroom” in it. Other than concerts, the venue will be available to rent for award shows, wedding and corporate parties.
The venue will consist of 60,000 square feet and will be able to accommodate up to 4000 guests. The Mission Ballroom is part of the North Wynkoop project that started in 2016 along with Westfield Co. The folks at AEG certainly did outdo themselves with the location of the concert hall. The complex is next to the Interstate 70-Interstate 25 interchange. It will be really easy for the traffic to reach the venue through the interstate. AEG is also working to add an underground garage that will be able to house 234 cars. Till the garage is completed, you can use the multi-modal transit located near the 38th and Blake Street Rail Station on the University of Colorado A Line.
The complex is meant to compete with the Fillmore and the general design is a lot like the Red Rock Amphitheatre. As we said earlier, the seating is a lot like the Red Rocks too. The place is incorporated with cutting-edge lighting and sound systems to make the shows more glorious. One thing you need to know about the place is that the stage is mounted on trolleys. Yes, you heard that right, the stage can move around. AEG said that the moving stage is meant to make the shows feel slightly more “intimate”.
Co-President Don Strasburg said as a representative of the AEG:
“AEG Presents Rocky Mountain has always been on a mission to bring the greatest concert experiences to our community and this is the next step in that job”.
Well, we don’t know about you, but personally, we can’t wait for to attend the Ballroom. The complex will open in the summer of 2019. While the starting concerts haven’t been announced, we’re sure they’ll be bangers…
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