Pueblo Memorial Hall

Pueblo, CO - Performing Arts Center & Theatre

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Memorial Hall sets the standard for ambitious programming and engagement within the Pueblo community. Dedicated on September 25, 1919 by President Woodrow Wilson at his last public address, Memorial Hall was named as a memorial to those who died in "The War to End All Wars." Pueblo's premier entertainment venue is a vibrant cultural hub with a mission to inspire, educate, and connect audiences through the power of live performances and on-screen programming.

Venue Snapshot

Spectra Divisions

Food Services & Hospitality
Venue Management


1 City Hall Place,
Pueblo, CO 81003

Services Provided

  • Complete Venue Management Services
  • Spectra Food Services & Hospitality

Venue Facts

  • 1,600 seat performance theatre
  • Pueblo City Hall is also located in the historic building
  • Completed a renovation in 2015 that included construction of a newer stage and seating, air conditioning and heating, and additional restrooms
  • Built in 1919, Pueblo Memorial Hall celebrated its 100th birthday in 2019
  • Home to the third largest pipe organ of its kind in the Country

Notable Events & Accomplishments

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“Excellent place to see anything. Concerts and plays are so intimate. Don’t think there’s a bad seat in the house. The 101 year old venue is very nice!” - Event Attendee

Notable Venue Information

- Memorial Hall hosts nearly 40,000 guests at nearly 50 events per year
- 2019 was Memorial Hall's best year yet, exceeding its operating budget by nearly $50k
- George Lopez and Styx played to sell-out crowds in 2019
- Spectra received a 9-year contract renewal in 2019
- Voted Best Music Venue in 2019 by the Pueblo Chieftain