Cowboy's Country & Western
25 N Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Primary Phone: (719) 520-0900
Phone: (719) 520-0900
Cowboy's Night Club
Cowboy's Country and Western
Cowboys Club Inc
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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05/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This place has been one of the places I would like to call a hometown bar/night club. Everytime I come home I make it a point to stop by a couple times w/ my buddies. I usually make it a point to get pretty wasted while enjoying listening to people sing all types of music and watch the girls shaking their thang;) This place is definately for a younger crowd, sorry for the older crowd, people is money, and mponey is business. The move downtown was a greta crowd, definately the right move. If a business is going to suceed it's all about location and dowtown is where it should be. This club attracts all different types of people but mainly the younger crowd due to it's location. Colorado College, Palmer High School, Pike Peak Community College, all located downtown. This place rocks and who says it doesn't is just out of date.
I told the bartender that I didn't want to make my flight the next morning, last time i was home. I left that place wasted and feeling damn good i just spent what i did. I left with no regrets, that's how a bar should be.
What a disappointment! I love to dance country music so one of the major buying/selling points when I purchased my 5 acres in Peyton was the fact that I would have a large country music dance hall with a huge floor such as the dancehalls in and around Austin,Tx. I've been coming to Colorado Springs, my future retirement summer home city since 1983 and Cowboys shortly after I discovered it on Palmer Park.
Anyway, I show up this late June only to find that they have closed that large,awesome dancehall and reopened DOWNTOWN? in a much smaller facility with a tiny dancefloor that maybe 10 couples could dance on if they were synchronized dance groups. I gave it a chance by attending Weds,Thurs and there were all of maybe 10 people there. 5 ladies who preferred to dance alone?Line dancing even after going on about how well I danced. What was that idiot owner thinking. Obviously not a county dancer. I agree with the other person in that it's all about the money brought in by drinking. Went to Denver's Stampede and Grizzly Rose Friday/Saturday and had a blast dancing there. I guess I'll be going to Denver to go dancing once I relocate for the Summer 09 in Peyton. Thank God I have an RV that I can just stay in Denver Weds-Sunday I guess.
Bottom Line is if you love to dance Country and you are in Colorado Springs, set your sights on Denver because you'll be disappointed at Cowboys-Colorado Springs. Oh yes, the locals there advised me to come early and leave early to avoid the fights between the rock and rollers across the street and the country folks coming out at closing time. The emergency services doing a brisk business around that time.
07/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I have had only one experience here and first impressions are it. Parking at a concert was overcrowded eventhough there were available spaces. The staff not only allowed cars to park on the outer rim blocking legitimatly parked cars, but the bouncers were kind enough to provide a peanut gallery when people had difficulty getting out of the parking lot. And in this case instagate a public hooha that has yet to be rectified.
02/10/2005Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I fly from Dallas/Ft. Worth and stay at the Broadmoor to frequent this country club as often as we can for the DANCING. And we live in the mecca of Country
Western Dancing Clubs. In all of our travels Cowboys Colorado Springs has become
our very favorite. The manager runs a very top notch club which is always clean and very appealing. The DJ is FANTASTIC, which we cannot say about many places we have been. We love the double dance floor. It gives you plenty of room for two step or swing not to mention the cha-cha or hip hop. We love it all and plan to visit as often as we can.
02/05/2005Provided by Citysearch -
They do play some of other music types every night however being a country bar they play largely country. Consider this when reading the review by the person who went to a place called Cowboys for rap.
Thursday night is Ladies' Night. Friday nights are often the best general night with a full room & a good mix between slow & fast country songs. Saturdays seem to play more slower dancing songs. Sundays have afternoon/evening dance classes then the weekly 18+ night, usually very full with mostly those under 21. The song mix tends to be at least 50/50 country versus hip-hop, if not heavier on the hip-hop side. If you're into all kinds of music it's a good time with a lot of variety. The floor can be packed Sundays. The rest of the week it's usually a welcome change to the 'sardine' syndrome often found at hip-hop clubs.
07/19/2004Provided by Citysearch -
If you like Country music then youll like Cowboys. Usually on the Weekend nights they do play ""hip-hop"" and stuff like the the ""top 40s"" but the majority of the time its Country music. Which i would hope that a club called ""Cowboys"" would mostly have country music. The dance floor is large, they have pool tables, and a kerokie bar too! Its great fun!
05/27/2003Provided by Citysearch -
So me and my friends went to check out teen night Sunday because a mutual friend told us they played hip-hop & R&B...so as soon as midning hits they start playing country and after that it turns into alternative rock, and then techno. What the hell? I can't understand why any self-respecting rap listener would step foot in this place, I sure not I won't make that mistake again...
07/26/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The club hasn't changed much over the years, but lately there have been many, the Bull Riding and Mutton Busting are no more, the arena replaced with live music (which isn't all bad, but I Liked the Bull Riding Arena). The DJ, (a local radio personality) plays hip hop and calls it country, his quote "" this is counry music if you go to East LA"" .. well, we don't live there thank you... We are country and we drive in from Rush, Co to hear country, not what he thinks is 'cool' . The only reason we go there any more is to see the concerts, at least Cowboys still books some good shows.
Please don't go out and buy a new cowboy hat and boots just to go .. you look like a city boy who is trying to be something he/she's not, just be yourself!