July News from the Cultural Office

July News from the Cultural Office

Creative Stays Itineraries

The Cultural Office is excited to announce the launch of the “Creative Stays” program, a new digital campaign to attract cultural tourists to Colorado Springs and the surrounding community. The idea for the program came directly from Arts Vision 2030, the recently released 10-year cultural plan for our region. Funded by a $20,000 grant from the Colorado Tourism Office, and with content creation by Springs Media, Creative Stays will feature a series of weekend getaway itineraries curated by 13 different local creatives who will be recommending their favorite community attractions, lodging accommodations, entertainment activities, hidden hangouts, and cultural destinations.

The first four Creative Stays itineraries have just been published to cosCreativeStays.com, and an additional nine itineraries will be added over the coming months. Perfect for out-of-town visitors and local residents, Creative Stays offers a whole new way to explore and enjoy some of the wonderful attractions and amenities that the Pikes Peak region has to offer!

Watch the Creative Stays Videos.

Business + Arts Lunch Ticket Reminder

Please join us on Friday, August 19 for the annual Business + Arts Lunch, hosted by the Cultural Office and the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC. The event will be held at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs from Noon to 1PM. Check-in and live performances will start at 11:30AM.

Members of our local creative community can use the Promo Code “COPPeR” to purchase a discounted individual ticket for only $50! Local creatives who cannot afford to purchase a ticket may email info@CulturalOffice.org to be added to a waitlist for the possibility of a complimentary ticket.

Purchase tickets for the Business + Arts Lunch.

Guide to Arts Month Advertising

The Cultural Office Guide to Arts Month is an in-depth look at Arts Month in the Pikes Peak region, plus resources to connect to the cultural community year-round.

The 2022 edition will be distributed as an insert in The Gazette on Sunday, October 2.

Advertise in the Guide.

Free Outdoor Summer Concert Guide

Every night of the week during the summer, the Pikes Peak region is alive with the sounds of local musicians playing outside, live, and for free! From blues to jazz, bluegrass to pop, and folk to classic rock, you’ll find music you love at free concert series in local neighborhoods and parks near you!

Find your next concert.


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