General Information & Parking

Lone Tree Arts Center, a 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. The Arts Center has a large, free on-site parking lot as well as a convenient drop-off point at the front entry. The parking lot can be found on the south side of the building. 

The Lone Tree Arts Center is also accessibly by RTD Light Rail and the Lone Tree Link. Take the RTD Light Rail to Sky Ridge Station, and then contact the Lone Tree Link to pick you up for free. The Arts Center is a 15-20 minute walk from Sky Ridge Station.

Theater Location: 10075 Commons Street, Lone Tree CO 80124
Box Office Hours: 720-509-1000 (10:00am - 4:00pm weekdays; 2 hours before the start of a ticketed event)
Administration: 720-509-1010 (8:00am – 5:00pm weekdays; closed holidays)

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Handicapped seats/accessible seats are available in all our venues and are available for purchase online or at the Box Office. For events that have reserved seating in our Main Stage theater, the accessible seats are marked with a wheelchair symbol and are located in rows G and U. Please call the Box Office if you have any questions about accessible seating.

Courtesy wheelchairs may be available. Please see an usher for assistance upon arrival. Wheelchair accessible parking is located in the Arts Center parking lot.

An inductive hearing loop is installed in the Main Stage Theater. The loop system broadcasts directly into hearing aids that are equipped with a Tele-Coil switch (or tele-coil or telephone switch). For hearing aids with a T-coil switch, simply turn that switch and sound is broadcast directly to the hearing aid. For hearing aids without a Tele-Coil switch, wireless headset receivers are also available free of charge at the Box Office.

Theater Policies

Late seating is at the discretion of the House Manager and may not be available at all performances. In consideration of all theater-goers, please arrive in plenty of  time for the scheduled curtain.

Cell phones and any other electronic devices may not be used in the theater. The use of a laser pointer at any time by any patron subjects that patron to expulsion from the theater without a ticket refund.

Cameras and recording devices are not allowed in the theater. The taking of photos during a performance may violate our contract with the performers and producers. In addition it can distract performers and negatively affect their safety and the show. Pre- and post-show photography also is not permitted.

Food is not allowed in the theater. Drinks are allowed in the theater for most productions.

Children are welcome in our theater, but bringing infants to a performance is highly discouraged, as they can become a distraction to performers and other audience members. Each individual must be ticketed to enter the theater and no babes-in-arms will be permitted. The Arts Center may deny entry to any person accompanied by another who may become a disruption to the performers or audience, and may likewise remove disruptive patrons from the audience.

Occasionally, individual productions may have recommended age limits. It is always up to the parent/guardian to make the determination if an event is age appropriate for his/her child. Children 4 and under are strongly discouraged from attending performances not geared for children and families. Refunds are at the discretion of the Lone Tree Arts Center Box Office.

The Lone Tree Arts Center and City of Lone Tree reserve the right to modify, clarify, update and revise these rules and guidelines at any time as deemed necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare and/or as necessary to protect the performers, employees, patrons and facilities in any manner deemed appropriate by officials of the Arts Center.