BTS: See Colorado’s Fiddler’s Green Like Never Before
Fiddler's Green Amphiteatre has been a staple in Colorado for quite a few years. The 17,000-capacity music venue has seen many of the biggest and greatest artists of all time perform there since the late 1980s.
If you've lived in Colorado long enough, there's a good chance you've seen at least one concert at the legendary amphitheater, and no matter whether you had an actual seat or plopped down on the grass, you probably had a great time.
However, not many people with a ticket to a Fiddler's Green show get to see much of what goes on behind the scenes. A lot goes into making a show at Fiddler's happen and a lot of people work together to make it an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.
Keep scrolling to take a behind-the-scenes look at Colorado's Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre and see the magnificent music venue like never before.
Behind the Scenes of Colorado's Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
In its infancy, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre looked a lot different than it does today. The venue began as a 10-acre art installation with no permanent seats, no walls, and even less parking than you're used to.
Big concerts began taking place at the amphitheater around 1988 but before that could happen, a lot of work was done to get it ready to go.
Today, Fiddler's Green has 7,000 fixed seats, 11,000 grass "seats," a large catering operation, concessions, special green rooms and dressing rooms for artists, production offices, employee offices, and everything else you'd come to expect a venue of its size to require.
Take a behind-the-scenes virtual tour of Colorado's legendary Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre: