Fillmore Auditorium Rules

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Fillmore auditorium is often referred to as Fillmore Denver by people and it’s a concert site situated in the neighborhood of Capitol Hill in Denver, Colorado. This auditorium in Denver, Colorado has hosted several public as well as private functions since it opened in 1907. The Fillmore auditorium holds the biggest indoor venue title for general entrance seating in Denver, Colorado.

General Rules

To ensure the best possible experience for both you and others attending the venue, please check out the following rules

ITEMS NOT PERMITTED

Cans, bottles, glass, outside food or drinks, large bags or backpacks, weapons of any kind, illegal drugs, laser pointers, video recorders, large or professional cameras, stickers, flyers, markers, glow sticks, projectiles.

Smoking Policy

Smoking is strictly prohibited at the venue, this includes vaporizers. There is a designated smoking area on the South side of the venue. Marijuana is also prohibited by law.

Camera Policy

Small, personal cameras are allowed into the venue, under the discretion of the artist. No flash photography or any professional recording equipment.

Most shows are ages 16 & over with valid ID only unless otherwise noted. Alcohol will be served to those who are 21+ with valid I.D.

Please follow official venue rules for the best possible experience and safety of all patrons. The official venue site is here.