Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park

Las Colonias Park Amphitheater

Venue Information

From the home of migrant farm workers, to uranium mill tailings clean-up site, to a regional riverfront park, Las Colonias Park is 130 acres of restored riverfront on the banks of the Colorado River in the heart of Grand Junction. A major component of the Park is an outdoor Amphitheater that will serve as a community and regional draw enjoying widespread support from the community, with eleven funding partners stepping up to make the project possible.

Amphitheater Location

The Amphitheater is located only a mile from Downtown Grand Junction, which is home to dozens of outstanding locally-owned shops, restaurants, galleries, and public art.

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Event Booking Information

The Amphitheater is a multi-functional venue for small, medium, and large events, with easy access from the Riverside Parkway and the riverfront trail and surrounded by the perfect backdrop of the bank of the Colorado River, with views of the Colorado National Monument, Grand Mesa, and the Bookcliffs. The Amphitheater includes a 40-foot by 60-foot stage with ample back of house amenities, such as a Star Dressing Room and side wings, as well as parking and gently sloped lawn seating that could comfortably seat a crowd of several thousand, with enough versatility to accommodate much smaller or larger events.

Thank You to All of Our Funders!

  • Bacon Family Foundation
  • City of Grand Junction
  • Department of Energy
  • Department of Local Affairs
  • Downtown Development Authority
  • El Pomar Foundation
  • Gates Family Foundation
  • Goodwin Foundation
  • Grand Junction Lions Club
  • Navarro-Inc
  • Riverfront Foundation

Mosquito Control

Las Colonias Park and the Amphitheater are within the boundaries of the Grand River Mosquito Control District, which serves to suppress mosquito populations in an environmentally responsible manner. Ongoing efforts will assist in reducing adult mosquito populations, however, park users should take responsibility for their own personal protection measures. Find out more information on how you can protect yourself and your family (PDF).