Coors Field has hosted the 1998 MLB All-Star Game and the 2021 MLB All-Star Game. Coors has also hosted an outdoor hockey game from the 2016 NHL Stadium Series, along with numerous concerts. In 2017, a consultant determined that Coors Field would require $200 million in capital improvements in the 2020’s. To fund those improvements, the Rockies agreed to a long-term lease to develop club-owned nearby land. Coors Field is a must-see for anyone who visits Denver. Located in the heart of LoDo, this magnificent landmark provides the ultimate event space for groups looking for a unique venue. Coors Field is proud to offer amazing venues that boast casual elegance, breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains. Whether it’s a gathering of 50 to an opening gala of 10,000, our culinary staff will create the perfect customized menu that will make your event a grand slam!
It is a hitter’s haven and a pitcher’s nightmare. At a mile above sea-level in the streets of downtown Denver sits the home of the Colorado Rockies, Coors Field. Hitters have always had an advantage due to the thin air of the Mile High City. Minor league teams, most notably the Denver Bears, called the city home for decades, playing at Mile High Stadium prior to Major League Baseball awarding the city a franchise. As the city grew in the 1970s and 1980s local officials sought a professional baseball franchise to join the city’s two other pro franchises, the Denver Broncos (NFL) and Denver Nuggets (NBA).