The Music Theatre is located in the basement of Imig Music building.
The 270-seat theatre hosts a handful of Eklund Opera Program performances and workshops each year.
Boulder residents can catch a number of local buses to campus, including the Skip, Dash, 204, 225, Hop and Stampede.
Denver metro residents can catch the Flatiron Flyer, serving the Highway 36 corridor between Denver Union Station and the CU Boulder Campus.
Longmont residents can catch the Bolt into Downtown Boulder and transfer to any of the local bus routes mentioned above to reach the CU Boulder campus.
You can ride right up to the show, as all CU Presents venues have banks of outdoor bike racks nearby. Using Google Maps for directions is easy: just type in your starting point and destination and select the bicycle symbol.
Don’t have your own wheels? Boulder B-cycle’s easy, affordable bike-sharing system boasts 41 bike stations located around town and on the CU Boulder campus.
Skateboards are not allowed inside our venues, but you can store your board for free inside the Muenzinger Psychology building at the intersection of 18th Street and Colorado Avenue, just steps away from the Music Theatre. Don't forget to bring your own lock.
Whether you're coming from down the street or from out of town, CU Boulder Parking and Transportation has various parking options for you. Pay for parking at the pay stations, or download the Parkmobile smartphone app for quick, easy parking reservation and payment.
Due to road closures on campus, please allow an additional 10-15 minutes for parking. If you're coming from North Broadway, turn left on Euclid Avenue and park at the Euclid Avenue Autopark. If you're coming from South Broadway, please turn right on 18th Street and park in Lot 204.
The Music Theatre is located in the lower northeast corner of the Imig Music Building. For easiest access to the Music Theatre, patrons with limited mobility should enter at the building's north entrance off 18th Street, just south of the Environmental Design building.
There are two designated seating areas for wheelchair users in the Music Theatre. They are: Right Section, Row A, Seats 2 & 5 (two spaces) and Left Section, Row A, Seats 2 & 5 (two spaces) for a total of four spaces. Aisle seating is also available for patrons with limited mobility. We regret that none of the aisle seats in the Music Theatre have removable armrests. The seats must be removed to accommodate wheelchairs and so advance notice (by calling 303-492-8008) is recommended. If advance notice is not possible, the stage manager or house manager will remove seats upon request.
Service dogs are welcome at all performances. For events requiring a reserved seat, please request an aisle when purchasing tickets.
Late seating is at the discretion of the house manager and is not guaranteed. Please arrive well before the event start time.
Any light or sound (including vibration) emitting from cell phones or other electronic devices is disruptive and disrespectful to performers and other audience members. Please turn all devices off completely during performances.
No photography, video or sound recording of any kind is allowed during performances.
To ensure your safety in case of fire or any other emergency, please note the exit route nearest to your seat when you arrive.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the CU Boulder campus.
Night of show box office for ticketed events
If you have emailed tickets
Please proceed directly to the Music Theatre, located on the basement floor on the northeast side of the Imig Music building where an usher will assist you. Emailed tickets can be printed out or displayed on a mobile device for entry.
If you have will call tickets
Please visit the box office window located on the east side of the lobby.
If you lost your tickets
Please visit the box office window located just outside the Music Theatre entrance on the basement floor on the northeast side of the Imig Music building or contact us in advance.
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