The Lone Tree Arts Center

About LTAC

The Lone Tree Arts Center is a professional, innovative and environmentally friendly, LEED Certified venue. Owned and operated by the City of Lone Tree, LTAC has created a dynamic model for the performing arts in both presenting and producing performances for all ages. In addition to producing their own theatrical shows each year, LTAC collaborates with premier Colorado performing arts companies to present their productions in Lone Tree. An intimate venue with every seat closer than 60 feet from the stage, LTAC has become a prime location for intimate concerts with headline performers as well as international and national touring artists. LTAC is also an important meeting and event rental site for corporate, civic, private, and community arts groups. This state-of-the-art performing arts center is located near I-25 and Lincoln Avenue. We are on the south end of the Denver metro area, just a short drive from Highlands Ranch, Centennial, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Parker, or Aurora.

History of LTAC

The Citizens of Lone Tree authorized the construction of a new Lone Tree Arts Center in 2008. The new Lone Tree Arts Center (LTAC) is a professional, innovative and environmentally green venue designed by Westlake Reed Leskosky, a leading national designer of performing arts centers. Included in the Arts Center are a grand entry hall event and gallery space; a 500 seat main stage theater with orchestra and balcony seating, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, an orchestra pit, fly space and expertly designed acoustics; and an adaptable 225 seat event hall for intimate performances, events and meetings that opens through a glass wall to a 350 seat outdoor terrace theater. The Arts Center was built on a multi-million dollar parcel of land donated by the developers of the RidgeGate community south of Lincoln Avenue in Lone Tree.


Environmentally responsible LEED certification was achieved by the Arts Center. Performance venues in the building have windows allowing natural light for performances that do not require complete “black out” conditions and for daytime maintenance and tours, reducing the overall lighting energy load on the building. Acoustics in the main stage theater are assisted by a silent air-handling system that circulates air through the theater from diffusers under the seats. Efficient lighting, heating, cooling and water use systems are also part of the building’s design.