10811 W I-25 Frontage Road
Longmont, CO 80504
Phone: (303) 684-6779
Fax: (303) 684-6779
10811 W I-25 Frontage Road, Longmont, CO, US, 80504
- Phone: (303) 684-6779
- Fax: (303) 684-6779
A 1,377-seat, multi-purpose facility in Skyline High School, the Vance Brand Civic Auditorium is used for such live performances as school plays and professional concerts.
Featuring a collection of the history and culture of the St. Vrain valley, the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center is a great place for exhibits. Welcoming around 1,500 visitors every year, the center offers traditional music and foods, and the local history and also current issues in science.
Enjoy a show and fantastic food at this family-owned dinner theater. The performances are lively with top-notch actiong and the productions are usually classic theater shows. Jesters Dinner Theatre has a great menu selection that you can choose from while you watch a performance. Try the Chocolate Mousse Pie.
The Longmont Symphony Orchestra's offers more than 10 concerts each year at the Vance Brand Civic Auditorium in Skyline High School at 600 East Mountain View Avenue.
Children's activities, live entertainment, delicious food, demonstrations, and more can be enjoyed at the annual Festival on Main.
The Boulder County Fairgrounds hold all kinds of family-friendly events, but the head honcho, so to speak, is the Boulder County Fair. It takes place every summer.
If you're looking for a unique way to commemorate a special occasion, look no further than Whimsy. Indulge in a cocktail or fine wine with your group while instructors engage you with painting lessons to help you create your own masterpiece. Sing along to the eclectic mix of music put together by the owner that enhances the place's fun-loving vibe.
There are 12 screens for your viewing pleasure at the AMC Orchard 12, showing all the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Complement your cinema outing with a visit to the concession stand for some freshly popped popcorn, candy or soda. Check the website for movie schedules.
Formerly used as the headquarters for the 157th Infantry of Colorado National Guard, The Armory at Brighton Cultural Center, today is a center for performing arts in Brighton. This small and intimate theater is used for hosting concerts, dance shows, theater productions and many cultural events throughout the year. The main auditorium has a maximum seating capacity for 300 spectators, and it is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and light technology.
The Brighton Pavilions cineplex recently changed hands from Kerasotes to AMC. There are 12 screens for your viewing pleasure, showing all the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Complement your cinema outing with a visit to the concession stand for some freshly popped popcorn, or candy. Check the website for movie schedules.
The Art Underground began as a place where theater groups could rehearse and perform. The Art Underground now includes a gallery, an art studio, and a planning center for arts festivals in the Louisville area. The venue also provides acting, music, and dance classes for all ages and levels. Drop-ins are welcome at nearly all classes, and free trial classes are also offered. Youth summer camps and youth theater productions such as Aladdin Junior or Annie Junior are also performed at the Underground. Theater groups such as the small Center Stage company or the established Coal Creek Community Theater also conduct their auditions and rehearsals at this venue. Whether you're performing an act, seeing a show or searching for art supplies, The Art Underground is your connection to Boulder's local arts community. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
Erected in 2009, the Steinbaugh Pavilion provides Louisville residents with a center for the many local festivals held in the downtown area. From the Taste of Louisville festival, Memorial Day and Labor Day festivities, Oktoberfest, and even the seasonal farmer's market, the Steinbaugh Pavilion is where you'll find it. The small covered pavilion seats approximately 150 people. When not in use, visitors are welcome to sit in the shade and enjoy a picnic or rest from walking around downtown, with a lovely view of the award-winning library and John Breaux memorial. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh