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Watched CU beat New Hampshire 45-14 on 9/15/18 from 3PM - 7PM; At 2:30 go into the field house on the west side next to the Stadium to hear the CU band play school fight songs before the game. Lots of fun. Was a very...More
This college stadium is amazing. Was here for a football game and the atmosphere was electric.
We were towards the top of the seating at the south end and sight lines were very good. In fact, looking at the stadium layout, I suspect that there...More
This place annoyed me. Poor signage,hard metal benches to sit on. Nobody kept the aisles clear,making it very hard to get to the bathroom when people are camping out on the steps. My friends got caught up in security wayyyy too long
Once in, the place is laid out nice and easy to navigate. But trying to get out with 60,000 of your closest friends can be a bit of a pain. Bolt early if the game is out of reach or if you don't absolutely have...More
Easy stadium to get to. Walked a few blocks to park to make it even easier to get out. Friendly staff. Great views both inside and outside of the stadium. Beer is $12-16 a can. Personal pizza $9.25. Can be pricey inside but if you...More
Folsom Field is the historic stadium where the Colorado Buffaloes play football. Every year four or five Pac12 games and one or two non-conference games are on the schedule. Most of the stadium has wonderful views of the field. Concessions are not as good as...More
This is an absolutely beautiful football stadium in a beautiful town. The stadium has a great bar area at the top corner of stadium. Watching ralphie is a must see in college football. Most of the fans were nice. I would send my son to...More
Went with out of town family for football game. Parking can be found thru various campus buildings. The building are spread out, huge campus. They do run shuttles from the parking spots.
Stadium is not the typical cookie cutter. Lots of stone work! Beautiful design....More
Much more intimate setting than the 100,000 seat stadiums of the Big10. There are definitely signs of age in the bleachers; faded paint and rust spots. The fan experiences for failies with kids is a special treat for young folks. Lots of concessions options along...More
Both of my kids attended CU and I've visited this venue many times since 2005. This is an old stadium that they have added sky boxes which are beautiful at face value, but somewhat diminished the architectural beauty of this elderly facility. They added a...More
I went for Dead & Co last year. I came from California and had never been there before. It seems disorganized and confusing to me. I went in a handicapped entrance where there was no line, but, I had to walk around the whole... More
I went for Dead & Co last year. I came from California and had never been there before. It seems disorganized and confusing to me. I went in a handicapped entrance where there was no line, but, I had to walk around the whole stadium to get to my seats. The other part of our group, who live in Boulder came in through a different entrance. They didn't make it to the seats until about 4 songs into the show. Security was so long, but I was told that screening was minimal. The bench seat has an assigned number. I never saw cushion rentals, but those metal benches were very uncomfortable. Being a Dead show, people are standing up most of the time (but I had my leg in a splint) and I don't think anyone would mess with a cushion if you leave it at your seat