and themed group
gatherings, including gaming or movie
nights, and disco
The Fox Theatre
is a smaller venue
that over the years has welcomed acts
“on the cusp of mega-stardom,” including
Radiohead and the Dave Matthews Band,
according to Jake Hiersteiner, general
manager of Z2 Entertainment, which also
operates the Fox.
“We have a lobby space that is great for
mingling,” he said, and added there is also
a tiered auditorium with no bad sight lines
to the stage, and a “green room” under the
stage that accommodates speakers and
other presenters for group events.
Built in 1920 as a church, e Town Hall is
now a multipurpose venue with a cafe, bar,
recording studio, AV post-production suites
and a 220-seat performance venue.
According to Facility Director John “
Digger” Pelaez, e Town Hall has several spaces
that can be used together and/or alone,
depending on group size and the technical
needs of the event.
The main hall can
be configured with
seating or a lounge/
open floor plan for
larger groups, and
the cafe and bar
area, which has a
Located at the foot of Boulder’s Flat-
irons is the circa-1898 Colorado Chautau-
qua National Historic Landmark, which,
according to Marketing and Development
Director Ann Obenchain, “offers year-
round education and enrichment through
the arts and nature.”
Chautauqua works with all-inclusive
groups that book on-site lodging as well as
outside groups looking to rent space for a
reception or meeting.
“We have over 40 miles of open-space
hiking trails at our doorstep, and cultural
programming and dining on-site,” Oben-
chain said. “Chautauqua is a perfect match
for businesses seeking a non-traditional
setting that incorporates heritage, culture
and the outdoors.”
Popular event spaces here include the
Community House, which was built in 1918
to serve as the “living room” to the original
tent residents of the Colorado Chautauqua,
and the Grand Assembly, which features
hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, bay
window, grand piano, wrap-around indoor
balcony and a large covered porch.
And the newly renovated Dairy Arts
Center, according to James Goldmill, the
venue’s marketing manager, can accommodate most reception and meeting needs.
Spaces available for group gatherings
here include the lobby, an art gallery, three
theaters and a cinema space.
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