GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. - Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre is about to get more than $5 million in renovations.
The improvements are part of a 15-year deal signed by the amphitheatre owner's The Museum of Outdoor Arts and concert promoter AEG Live Rocky Mountains.
AEG officials said the plan is to bring Fiddler’s Green into the 21st century.
"This money enables us to improve every aspect of the venue, from concessions and décor to operations and beyond," said Chuck Morris, President and CEO of AEG Live Rocky Mountains. "We are incredibly excited to put our love and energy into Fiddler’s Green and create the absolute top experience our community expects and deserves."
Officials with The Museum of Outdoor Arts said the renovation work will include integrating major arts installations into the facility.
The amphitheatre initially was opened as a place for workers in the area to take a break and enjoy a lunchtime concert series. Walls and seats were added making it an 18,000-seat amphitheatre. The facility has had several named including Fiddler’s Green, Coors Amphitheatre and Comfort Dental Amphitheatre.