Event Type

Search More

Locations

Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

6350 Greenwood Plaza Blvd. Englewood, CO 80111 | Southeast Denver Suburbs | 303-220-7000

Location Description:

The southeast suburban amphitheater that originally opened as Fiddler's Green in 1988 was later named Coors Amphitheatre and then Comfort Dental Amphitheatre. Now back to its original name and operated by AEG Live, the outdoor venue hosts a variety of nationally known acts each summer, like country superstars (Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley), metal and hard-rock bands (KISS, Iron Maiden) and classic-rock groups (Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Journey), as well as festivals including Mayhem and Ozzfest. The 17,000-seat venue has 7,500 fixed seats and a general-admission lawn section.


Related Stories (9)

Related Stories

  • Backbeat: Photos
    Yesterday, Linkin Park headlined Fiddler's Green Amphitheater. That band has aged surprisingly well, as rap-rock goes, but it brought a mighty opener in AFI. No one's following that band and...
  • Backbeat: Last Night
    There was a moment on Friday night when, in the general vicinity of an IKEA, all six feet, three inches of Waka Flocka was jumping into a crowd of teenagers, waving a Flosstradamus flag....
  • Music: Featured Stories
    Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre in Englewood is one of the largest concert venues in the state; it can hold more than 17,000 people. Recently, AEG Live Rocky Mountains took over management of...
  • Show and Tell: Comedy
    If 1967 was the summer of love, then 2013 was definitely the summer of laughter -- at least in Denver. After absorbing three comedy festivals in four weeks, there must have been a lot of...
  • Show and Tell: Festivals
    No, Dave Chappelle did not get sick of his "Rick James, bitch!"-shouting fans and disappear into Morocco. The Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival, scheduled for tonight at Fiddler's Green,...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Having just powered through two local festivals within a week of each other, it’s easy for fans to forget that comedy shows exist outside the city limits of Denver. Hopefully...
  • Show and Tell: Funny Ha Ha
    A week into his comeback tour, Dave Chappelle either had a "meltdown," was "booed off the stage," or was treated like a black-face minstrel by a crowd of "fucking animals" last Thursday in...
  • Show and Tell: Comedy
    As their High Plains Comedy Festival hangovers fade, local comedy fans must look to the future after a game-changing August. Ironically, what lies ahead this month is firmly rooted in the...
  • Backbeat: Interviews
    Five Finger Death Punch formed in 2005, when Zoltan Bathory and Jeremy Spencer started putting together their next band. Ivan Moody, a singer who'd moved out to L.A. without knowing a soul...

Map

Loading...