1415 Oakridge Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Phone: (970) 206-4597
Fax: (970) 226-8614
The Lory Student Center is the heart of the student community in Colorado State University. More than 15 000 students come here every day to eat, shop, study or simply hang out with friends. Check the website for events and concerts held at the center.
Entertaining for many years, the Aggie Theatre is a prominent music venue in Fort Collins. This intimate space has concerts of all genres playing here and has one of the best acoustics in town. Some of their previous line ups are The Deadwood Saints, The Apache Relay and Papadosio.
Sunset Events Center is an upscale events facility located in the old town neighborhood of Fort Collins. The center comprises of banquet facility which is equipped with modern decor and furnishing, and has a capacity for 450 guests at a time. Apart from the banquet room, the large dance floor forms a special attraction of the house and is also equipped with an elegant bar at the center. A perfect place to organize family celebrations and social gatherings. Visit their website to know more.
Hughes Stadium is owned by Colorado State University, and is the homeground of the Colorado State Rams football team. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, it holds only 30,000 people - not an impressive number for a stadium, but most who come here are university students and die-hard fans, so the atmosphere is usually charged with energy and rivalry. Come here if you want to relive your college days and catch a good game.
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!
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.
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 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.
Music fans from all over the state flock to this venue that is best known as the location for the rocking Lyons Folk Festival. The open air venue adds an unforgettable touch to the concerts by the likes of Gillian Welch, Don McLean and Susah Tedeschi. The ranch is also available for weddings and other events. Call +1 800 624 2422 fro further details.
Built in 1881 as an opera house by William Henry Dickens, The Dickens Opera House is set above the Dickens Tavern. Throughout its many years of existence, it has been an entertaining facility for the local community. It hosts touring regional and national acts which includes the likes of Kenny Neal, Ryan McGarvey, Kip Winger and Big Bill Morganfield.