The Norris Penrose Event Center is a multi-purpose facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado, located at the base of Pikes Peak. It is home to the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo. It consists of an outdoor stadium, built in 1938 by Spencer Penrose, rancher and capitalist , and mining partner Charles Leaming Tutt. The stadium was named after Penrose following his death. The stadium seats up to 10,000 spectators and hosted a football game between the Los Angeles Bulldogs and the Pittsburgh Pirates. With five horse barns, an indoor arena built in 1986, and seating up to 500 spectators, the stadium was home to the Colorado Candoos of the National Indoor Football League.

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  • The Norris Penrose Event Center is a multi-purpose facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado, located at the base of Pikes Peak. It is home to the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo. It consists of an outdoor stadium, built in 1938 by Spencer Penrose, rancher and capitalist , and mining partner Charles Leaming Tutt. The stadium was named after Penrose following his death. The stadium seats up to 10,000 spectators and hosted a football game between the Los Angeles Bulldogs and the Pittsburgh Pirates. With five horse barns, an indoor arena built in 1986, and seating up to 500 spectators, the stadium was home to the Colorado Candoos of the National Indoor Football League. (en)
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  • The Norris Penrose Event Center is a multi-purpose facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado, located at the base of Pikes Peak. It is home to the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo. It consists of an outdoor stadium, built in 1938 by Spencer Penrose, rancher and capitalist , and mining partner Charles Leaming Tutt. The stadium was named after Penrose following his death. The stadium seats up to 10,000 spectators and hosted a football game between the Los Angeles Bulldogs and the Pittsburgh Pirates. With five horse barns, an indoor arena built in 1986, and seating up to 500 spectators, the stadium was home to the Colorado Candoos of the National Indoor Football League. (en)
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