Weekend Testing Center Hours
Pepsi Center will be open Saturdays & Sundays from 8 am to 12 pm.
Pepsi Center Free Drive-through Test Site
Pepsi Center, 1000 Chopper Circle
Enter at 7th Ave & Auraria (View Map)
Open 7 days a week except holidays
Pepsi Center will open at 8 am and remain open from 8am until 4pm, or until 2000 tests have been administered that day. Actual closing times will vary.
See an estimated number of completed tests for the current day on our testing dashboard below:
NOTE: This is a drive-up testing site and people will be waiting in their vehicles. Wait times will depend upon volume and we expect it to vary throughout the day.
We are discouraging people from showing up in advance of 8 a.m. as there is no place for vehicles to wait. The Denver Police Department traffic operations will be managing the site entrance off of Auraria and no vehicles will be allowed to wait in line on Auraria.
Pedestrians and cyclists are allowed to be tested. However, due to the fact that the testing facility is intended for those experiencing symptoms, we hope to limit walk-ins at the site as they may risk exposing others.
Test Results will be available to you approximately 5 days after your testing at the Pepsi Center. Test results can be found on the LabCorp website, please visit www.labcorp.com to register or download the LabCorp app. If you do not have internet access, you can call the Pepsi Center Covid Testing Site Call Center at 303-389-1876 to receive your results over the phone. Please plan to provide your name, date of birth and your test number on the sticker located on this handout. The Call Center agent will not be able to provide your results without all three pieces of information. Due to the high volume of COVID testing taking place the Pepsi Center, the Call Center is experiencing high call volumes and wait times may be longer than expected. We thank you for your patience.
View more testing information, including how to see if you are eligible for mobile testing and more by, visiting the page below:
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