In June 2012 Spark moved from its original home, a tiny 2nd floor studio on South Broadway, to its current location at 985 Santa Fe Drive, in the heart of the Santa Fe Art District.
Now just 5 blocks away from the 10th & Osage Lightrail station, our new home at 985 Santa Fe Drive is literally walking distance from the heart of downtown Denver! Enjoy a whole new set of fantastic restaurants, galleries, and shops in the biggest arts neighborhood in Denver!
Spark Theater is located at 985 Santa Fe Drive, on the West side of the street (the left side as you drive up Santa Fe). We’re just 2 doors in from the corner of 10th and Santa Fe, directly across from the hysterical old pink theater, the Aztlan Theatre.
Free street parking is available throughout the neighborhood, if you don’t see something on our block, there’s usually plenty on 10th Ave around either corner, within half a block of the theater.
985 Santa Fe Drive is easily accessible by public transit, on the 1 or 9 bus (stop is either at 10th and Santa Fe or 10th and Kalamath), or from every lightrail line at the 10th and Osage Station (approx 10 minute walk or an even quicker bike ride via the Denver Bike Share Station at 10th and Osage).
For more information about public transport to Spark Theater: rtd-denver.com
Denver Bike Share
Are you the reason Colorado is one of the healthiest states in the US? Good news for you! Spark is one block away from a Denver Bike Share Station. If you are a member of the Denver B-Cycle program, you can utilize the Bike Share station at 9th and Santa Fe.
For more information about Denver B-Cycle: denver.bcycle.com
One of the best things about our new ground-floor space in the Santa Fe Art District is increased accessibility. Our bathroom is designed to ADA-standards, and there are no stairs for patrons to climb! If you’ll need wheelchair seating or require additional assistance, just let us know and we’re more than happy to help!
In the Area
The Santa Fe Art District is the highest concentration of galleries and art-focused organizations in the city! Antique shops, restaurants, theaters, and galleries galore! We encourage you to come down early and stroll through the neighborhood. Grab a bite to eat at one of our neighboring restaurants, and enjoy an evening of city culture like no where else!
Interstate (casual american), El Noa Noa and El Taco de Mexico (mexican), Arada (ethiopian), iSushi (japanese/sushi), Belemonti’s Chicago Pizzeria (pizza), Yellow Feather Coffee…all within blocks!