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World Arena, Colorado Springs

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • I have been a couple of times to PBR(pro bull riding tour) It's a great arena, comfortable seating. Great sound and lighting, but I think that provided more by PBR than arena. 
  • The Hall's many events. Is well developed and the parking situation is very good. Very easy to reach via I 25. Many hotels in the area.
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  • Attended the circus here with grandkids. Every seat is a good seat but for those who don't like heights, know that seating is on a steep angle. I'm fine with it but husband is not so comfortable in th...  read more »
  • Large arena, but I'm pretty sure you know that. Great space for large corporate events, or sport tournaments. I came here for the 2016 US Open Taekwondo Hanmadang for three days straight, and I liked every single one. Plenty of good food options for everyone.
  • I purchased a ticket for MONSTER JAM and was sent a PDF of the ticket so, I assumed I wouldn't have to print it. Save paper + its more efficient. When I get to the entrance the lady scanning tickets was very rude and told me I needed to go to Gate A to get my ticket. I asked her if she could scan my e-ticket and she said no and rudely looked at me like I was stupid. I told her that most event centers are able to scan the e-ticket, so I don't understand the problem. I then told her I would tell my family I had to run to Gate A (they had their tickets printed) and I began to step past her to go tell them. She grabbed my arm aggressively and said "NO. You need to go to Gate A.", I told her I am just telling my family that I will be right back. I walked past her and told her that she should not put her hands on people like that and proceeded to Gate A to get my ticket printed. I would think that a large event center like this would be up to date on technology and practices to make things more efficient, convenient, and fast for their customers. Also, look into to hiring staff that is more friendly, respectful, and that don't act like they are the president's security personnel... I wasn't trying to sneak in--- because, HELLO, I had an e-ticket I was trying to tell my family to wait for me there so we wouldn't get separated. The event was fun but this experience was negative with the event center itself.
  • We attended an Taekwondo Event here the facility is great. Slightly dated and is showing sighs of age. Food is typical arena food.
  • The venue is nice enough, but being on assignment, I had a huge pass snafu which prevented me from covering the opening band, whom I was originally there to cover. Sadly, this made my work relationship with PR more difficult, until I could continue proving the issue was at the venue, not me.
  • Great for events but calling it the broadmoor arena sucks no locals like the broadmoor
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