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Broomfield Auditorium Events Calendar

  1. Cultural Affairs Presents Crystal Swing Band

    February 4, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    The Crystal Swing Band will transport you to the heyday of the swing era when couples danced cheek to cheek or jitterbugged on ballroom floors all over the country to the popular big bands. They’ll bring back memories of the big band era with tunes like In the Mood, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Stompin’ at the Savoy, Take the A Train, String of Pearls, Tuxedo Junction, Little Brown Jug and Satin Doll. Playing the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Harry James and other great big bands, the Crystal Swing Band consists of the finest professional musicians from the metro area. Led by drummer Kristin Anderson-Bohan, the band has been pleasing audiences since 1988. They have been featured at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Louisville Fourth of July, Denver Jazz Club, Avalon Ballroom and the Longmont Jazz Festival, as well as numerous private events.

  2. Broomfield High School Poms Show

    February 6, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    Public annual poms show, student choreographed dance pieces

  3. Broomfield High School Poms Show

    February 7, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    Public annual poms show, student choreographed dance pieces

  4. Rocky Mountain Brassworks: Love Ya’ Brass

    February 13, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    Bring your sweetheart to this special Valentine's Day performance and listen to songs of love and tenderness! There will also be a special performance by talented young dancers from the Dance Arts Studio. All tickets are only $5.00 because of a generous donation from the Broomfield Community Foundation.

  5. Broomfield Symphony Orchestra: Peter and the Wolf

    February 15, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    This concert will be a delight for all ages, featuring Prokofiev's classic children's tale. Broomfield's own Paul Derda will be the announcer for Peter and the Wolf.

  6. Benefit for the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum: An Evening with Theodore Roosevelt, An American Legend

    February 18, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    For two acts, Wayne Dellinger will hold forth on the life of the man to whom he does indeed have a startling physical resemblance. Dellinger tells Roosevelt's life story as if he were the man himself. He tells of a childhood weakened by asthma, and of his determination to become physically strong despite it. He tells of his climbing the Matterhorn, and of sparring with John L. Lewis. He tells of his cattle-ranching days in North Dakota, and how the love of nature that grew in him there flowered into presidential conservation programs. He tells of the Bull Moose party, of his intractable daughter Alice, of the 30 books he wrote. He tells of an assassination attempt, and even shot off a pistol. He enhances the performance with slides and photos . Dellinger's performance is more a series of unconnected anecdotes than a play, it does have a point. The point has to do with triumphing over adversity. Theodore Roosevelt has a special private meaning for Wayne Dellinger; his performance, wh

  7. Broomfield Cultural Affairs presents Boulder International Film Festival Best Shorts

    February 20, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    Broomfield Cultural Affairs presents Boulder International Film Festival Best Shorts from the 2014 Festival. PG-13 Content: Mature For complete listing (page 2), click http://broomfield.org/DocumentCenter/View/10100

  8. Broomfield Music Teacher's Association: Marvelous Musicales

    February 21, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    This is a community recital including performers of all ages and abilities. A Musicale typically includes some singers, string players and pianists performing, jazz, musical theatre, classical music and everything in between. The event lasts approximately one hour. It is not specifically geared for children, but there is a lot of variety and each performance within the Musicale is 3 - 5 minutes tops

  9. Out & About - Imagine! ~ Center Stage

    February 27, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

    Imagine!'s Out & About program puts on a theatrical performance for an audience of family members and friends of our participants. Our participants are adults with developmental disabilities. Our performers, along with their staff, create the entire production, rehearse for 3 months, and then perform the play

  10. Colorado Bluegrass Music Society: Bluegrass At The Audi : Ragged Union and Thunder & Rain

    February 28, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium

    Ragged Union is a six-piece, hard-driving bluegrass band, performing original tunes and off-the-beaten-path standards, with a focus on the duet singing of husband-and-wife pair Geoff and Christina Union. Award-winning instrumental work, a powerful rhythmic drive, uptempo arrangements and edgy, outsider songwriting are the marks of their style. Thunder and Rain is Erinn Lukes on guitar and vocals, Pete Weber on mandolin, and R.P. Oates on banjo and vocals. The trio met at the many late night picking circles that arose at the Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival in the fall of 2013. Shortly thereafter, they decided to form Thunder and Rain based on their love for songwriting and desire to use their art to inspire other people to follow their passions.From their home near Denver, CO, the band is driven by the desire to create music that pulses with authentic emotion and a vintage sound.