I always say the Black Sheep is my baby. It was my first club. We opened in October 2005. This was my first foray into club ownership, after having booked other people’s rooms for the 8 years prior. And even though it was in Colorado Springs, 100 miles from my home, I knew it was the right place. I had a couple partners at the time, and it was good to have the help given the distance from home. Time went on, and the partners moved onto other things leaving me as the sole owner. This was ok, because by this point, I had a great staff there running the place. The list of artists that have played the Black Sheep is as enormous as it is impressive. This tiny 450 cap room has played host to the likes of everyone from Imagine Dragons to Daughtry, to Gwar, to Macklemore, and the list goes on and on. The Sheep has always been a special place. We just celebrated our 10th anniversary which unfortunately coincided with the untimely and tragic death of our longest tenured employee Chris Forsythe. Chris was our sound man and head of production. He was the heart of the Black Sheep and the place will never be the same without him. But, as I said, the Sheep is a special place. We have a great staff and our guests that come to the shows consider the Sheep their home. This was clearly evident during the memorial for Chris. I have never seen the Sheep so packed. There were so many people in the venue they were spilling out into the parking lot. This was not only a testament to the impact that Chris had on so many people, but the impact that the Black Sheep has had on the city of Colorado Springs. The Black Sheep is an important thread in the fabric of Colorado Springs and we are proud to be able to do what we do there. The Black Sheep has been voted “Best Live Music Venue” in Colorado Springs every year since we’ve been open. I think we’re doing something right. The Black Sheep is moving into a new chapter. We have some big plans and we will be there for many years to come. We look forward to creating more memories for all the fans that flock to the Sheep.
Valid ID is required if you plan on drinking at our bar. You must be over 21 years old and your ID must be a current, government issued ID (e.g. driver's license, passport, or military ID).
Camera policies are different for every concert. It is best to contact us on the day of the show to find out what the camera policy will be for that night.
No outside food or beverages are allowed into the venue.
No weapons of any kind are allowed into the venue.
For the safety of our guests, all patrons may be searched upon entry to the Black Sheep.
Box office and will call open 1 hour before doors.
Tickets are available for purchase at our box office every night we have a show while supplies last.
For ADA seating please arrive just before doors are open so we can assure you get seated and set-up comfortably.
The Black Sheep is general admission and mostly standing room only. There are a limited number of bar stools and tables available as well, on a first come first serve basis. There is no reserved seating.
The Black Sheep is unable to verify or guarantee the authenticity of tickets that were not purchased directly through an authorized sales channel (i.e. Black Sheep box office, Marquis Theater box office, Summit Music Hall box Office, or through ticketfly.com). For this reason, we do not recommend purchasing tickets from third-party re-sellers. If a ticket is purchased through a third-party re-seller, the Black Sheep is not responsible for any fraudulent activity and will not honor invalid tickets.