Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre was established in 1988 as an outdoor theatre for the performing arts providing one of the premier concert and outdoor event facilities in Colorado. In 1982 George Hargreaves was commissioned by the Museum of Outdoor Arts to create a massive environmental earth sculpture. It has evolved from an open walled venue with rolling hills to a truly elegant, world-class venue with an 18,000 person seating capacity. It stands today as a prestigious Colorado landmark for event experience and is highlighted by spectacular Rocky Mountain views from the heart of Greenwood Plaza. Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre is a unique showcase for top entertainment and special events that range from concerts and business soirees to operas, weddings and graduation ceremonies. Over the years, Fiddler’s Green has hosted a “Who’s Who” of international performing artists, including the Eagles, B.B. King, Sting, Jimmy Buffett, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Tool, the Who, and a variety of other notable performers. With over 200,000 visitors annually who also visit the beautiful nearby MOA sculpture garden known as ‘Samson Park’, visitors to Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater benefit not only from a memorable concert experience, but become active participants in an excursion within an innovative merging of arts and architecture.
Gaelic silhouette upon the Green
The Legendary Fiddler Slides his bow in Invitation
Beckoning-through the Gates into a land of Song and
Gaiety here at Fiddler’s Green
Heather Longway Photography