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The Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion, located at the University of Northern Colorado, was built in 1974. Home turf to the University of Northern Colorado Bears basketball teams, the stadium is also used as a track and field venue and as a volleyball facility. The stadium was named after resident coaches Pete Butler and John Hancock. The pavilion has the capacity to hold approximately 4,000 spectators. For more information do contact the venue.
The University of Northern Colorado offers a range of facilities for recreational and fitness purposes for its students, and one of them is the Nottingham Field. The freshly-mowed lawn and the pristine green color is a welcome and necessary change for the students. The field also provides the students, and the residents of the city, with some exciting sporting action as it is the venue for various football, track and field events. With a capacity for about 8,500 spectators, the stadium is the scene for some of the city's major sports events. Call for more information.
The St. Michael's Event Center is located on the St. Michael's town square in west Greeley. This spacious venue is a confluence of early 20th Century landscaping and architecture and modern technology. The charming bell tower, sprinkled with exquisite lamp posts, and the lush greenery would make one think they had stepped into a grand mansion. The venue has two rooms, the Top room and the Depot room; which can together accommodate about 325 people, plus an amphitheater with a capacity of 400, and also an outdoor pool, which mostly used for private parties. This event center also offers on-site catering, among other services. For more information please see the website or call.
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 Adam County Fairgrounds is the venue for a number of large events throughout the year, most notably the Adams County Fair each July.
Aurora Sports Park is an important sports facility in Aurora, replete with a series of green fields spread over 220 acres (89.03 hectares) of land. Attracting more than three hundred thousand visitors in a year, this site boasts of 23 fields for playing soccer, 12 fields for softball and baseball practice, four playgrounds, seven shaded picnic spots and five concession areas. It hosts major sporting events, including games such as lacrosse and rugby. The fields can also be reserved for a tournament or private practice.
The Budweiser Events Center hosts a plethora of events, ranging from rock concerts to rodeos and monster truck races to ice hockey. It is part of the Larimer County Fairgrounds and Events Complex, officially known as 'The Ranch'. Check out the latest offerings - you're sure to find something interesting!
Home of the Arapahoe County Fair, the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds & Regional Park is located in the Colorado city of Aurora, about 22 miles (35.5 kilometers) from Denver. Measuring 236 acres (95.5 hectares), this spacious fairgrounds and regional park boasts a 45,000 square-foot (4,180.6 square-meter) exhibition center, several meeting rooms, horse barn, an outdoor arena, and much more. Apart from the County Fair, this venue also hosts many community events, meetings, conferences, exhibitions and more. Please call the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds & Regional Park for more information.
A classic American experience is the drive-in movie theater and at the 88, you can sample a bit of nostalgic Americana. There is a snack bar, selling popcorn, pretzels, hot dogs and other treats; prices are reasonable and children under 12 view movies free. Check the website for details of upcoming shows.
The Dick's Sporting Goods Park is a soccer field, and one of the best ones at that. Home turf to the Colorado Rapids, the stadium was opened in 2007 and since then the 360 acre field has been hitting home runs by legends. The stadium is huge and has the capacity to hold around 18,000 people. The field hosts a number of other sports events, as well as cultural events like concerts by Kenny Chesney and other popular artists. Do check their website for more details about the event they host, the schedules and the tickets.
There are 16 screens at Aurora's Century 16 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.