View, the Lone Tree Arts Center Presents Magazine, provides entertaining show descriptions and details of the family-oriented programming and workshops that keep the center vibrant. Each issue contains a section on current productions including show summaries, musical numbers and cast bios. Patrons are privy to listings of upcoming events, and the magazine promotes artistic opportunities for all ages.
1 issue per season
Lone Tree Arts Center
Residents on the south end of the metro area are now able to satisfy their craving for performing arts closer to home at the Lone Tree Arts Center. Stages and meeting halls include a 500-seat main stage with balcony seating, an intimate 225-person event hall that can be converted from theatre to meeting space, a 350-person outdoor terrace theatre, as well as a grand entry hall and gallery space. Diffusers under the seats provide silent heating and cooling and enhance the acoustics. Lone Tree Arts Center also promotes a “green” environment through energy efficient lighting, heating, cooling and water systems.
WHY IS ADVERTISING IN COLORADO’S PERFORMING ARTS PUBLICATIONS SO EFFECTIVE?
As a marketer, promoter and business person, you have to constantly make tough advertising decisions. Colorado’s Performing Arts Publications are here to help. We deliver proven advertising that reaches not only thousands of Front Range viewers, but a targeted audience of affluent purchasers.
TRUST - Despite the rise of digital advertising, print continues to deliver effective and efficient promotions for savvy marketers. Studies suggest that readers trust print more than any other medium. According to a recent study, 82 percent of U.S. internet users trust print ads when making a purchase decision, more than any other advertising avenue (1). And our arts publications take this one step further, every book is hand delivered, ensuring your message gets seen.
CAPTIVATING - With Colorado’s Performing Arts publications you know what to expect. Every show presents a new captive audience that peruse every magazine before, during and after every show. Print is an enjoyable experience. It’s tactile. It’s immersive. It requires 21 percent less cognitive effort to process than reading on a screen (2). In fact, in our fast-paced world, print is as much luxurious as it is indulgent.
DEFINED - A healthy ROI requires the ability to target readers effectively. Print ads create a lasting impression on people who appreciate the performing arts. With attendance on the rise, arts publications provide a sound investment. The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts reports that between 2015 and 2017 there has been an 8.5 percent increase in attendance at arts venues (3).
2019/2020 SEASON ISSUE
September 13 - May 15
Ad Deadline: August 16
THE HISTORY OF THE NEGRO BASEBALL LEAGUES WITH BOB KENDRICK
MARY LOUISE LEE ORCHESTRA’S DIANA ROSS TRIBUTE
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: FROM SUMMIT TO SEA
DOKTOR KABOOM AND THE WHEEL OF SCIENCE
ONE NIGHT IN MEMPHIS: PRESLEY, PERKINS, LEWIS, AND CASH
THE WONDERFUL MUSIC OF OZ
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER New Orleans LIVE!
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: SOCIAL BY NATURE
MOTONES VS. JERSEYS
CREEDE REPERTORY THEATRE BEST FOOT FORWARD!: EL MEJOR PIE ADELANTE!
ALLAN HARRIS TRIO: 100 YEARS OF NAT KING COLE
WILL ACKERMAN: THE GATHERING, 4 GUITARS
RIDERS IN THE SKY: CHRISTMAS THE COWBOY WAY
THE DOO WOP PROJECT CHRISTMAS
A KANTOREI CHRISTMAS
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS 2019
A CLASSICAL HOLIDAY FEATURING HANDEL’S MESSIAH WITH THE BOULDER PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: LIFE ON THE VERTICAL
CROSS THAT RIVER: A CONCERT ABOUT THE BLACK WEST
THE CHOIR OF MAN
CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: DAMN THE TORPEDOES
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT BORDERS
INTERNATIONAL GUITAR NIGHT XX
SHAUN BOOTHE PRESENTS THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY SERIES
AN EVENING WITH GIADA VALENTI: FROM VENICE WITH LOVE
AUREUM: AN ACROBATIC ADVENTURE TALE
MAGIC TREE HOUSE: SHOWTIME WITH SHAKESPEARE
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: DAY TO NIGHT
BROADWAY PRINCESS PARTY
HANDS PERCUSSION: DRUMBEAT INFERNO
CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: HELP!
GAIL BLISS: THE SONGS OF PATSY CLINE
AN EVENING WITH ANDREA MCARDLE AND DONNA MCKECHNIE
THE MAYHEM POETS
DAVINA AND THE VAGABONDS AND HOT CLUB OF COWTOWN: THE FINEST HOUR
LANNIE COUNTS: THE GREATEST SONGS EVER WRITTEN VOL. 2
JERRY HERMAN: THE BROADWAY LEGACY CONCERT
Ad Space Sizes & Dimensions
|Full Page Trim||- - -||6”w x 9”h|
|Full Page Live||- - -||5w x 8h|
|Full Page Bleed||- - -||6.25w x 9.25h|
|1/2 Horizontal||- - -||5w x 3.875h|
|1/2 Vertical||- - -||2.375w x 8h|
|1/4 Vertical||- - -||2.375w x 3.875h|
The Publishing House has complete design and production facilities available. Ad design is complimentary with purchase.
Submissions of Digital Advertisements
We prefer advertising be submitted in PDF format. PDFs must be high resolution, CMYK format with fonts converted to outline or embedded. (Pantone colors and spot colors should be converted to CMYK.) If a PDF requires any editing, a new file will need to be provided by the advertiser.
We cannot guarantee the quality of JPEGs, GIFs or PDFs that are provided to us that are not high resolution. If supplying a TIFF or EPS, they must be CMYK and at least 300 dpi and fonts must be converted to outline or embedded.
Positioning of advertisements is at the discretion of the publisher unless guaranteed premium position is contracted.
• Bleeds: Allow 1/8” all sides beyond trim size
• If provided as a PDF, please make page size 6.25”w x 9.25”h
• Trim Size: 6”w x 9”h
• Safety Image Area: 5”w x 8”h
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