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Community Park
Location: Second Avenue and Main Street
Broomfield, CO 80020
Amenities: Barbeque Grill, Batting Cage, Inline Skate Rink, Off Street Parking, Open Grass Area, Outdoor Amphitheater, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Tables, Playground, Pond, Shelter with Restroom, Skate Park, Softball Field, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, and Trails

Community Park Playground41 Acres

There are four playgrounds, fields are lighted, and the swimming pool is outdoor. Learn more about the batting cages, skate park, and swimming pool in their respective sections.

Home to the Broomfield Community Center, Broomfield Ball Fields (George Hall, Shaw, Hosey and Stratton - download a Ball Field Map). Community Park surrounds the George Di Ciero City and Couny Building, Library/Auditorium, and the Police/Courts Building.

This is also the tree lighting ceremony's home, in front of the City and County Building.

Borders are: First Avemue, Main Street, Third Avenue and Lamar Street

Browse photos of Community Park.

Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
Broomfield Cultural Affairs Presents: Summer Concert Series: Mass Hipsteria
Mass Hipsteria, Denver Metro’s hottest horn band, plays the funky rock music of the 1960’s & 1970’s. Covers by Tower of Power, Steely Dan, Cold Blood, Earth Wind & Fire, Lighthouse, Blood, Sweat & Tears and more! Mass Hipsteria’s 5-piece horn section will literally blow you away!

Broomfield Amphitheater or Broomfield Auditorium if rained out

Broomfield Cultural Affairs Presents: Summer Concert Series: Rachel and the Ruckus
Rachel & The Ruckus was born in the Rocky Mountains of Boulder, Colorado, bringing a blend of killer pop music infused with blues & rock to the Colorado music scene. R&R music has
been described as ‘Mile High Melodic Blues/Rock.

Broomfield Amphitheater or Broomfield Auditorium if rained out

Broomfield Cultural Affairs Presents: Summer Concert Series: Deja Blu Dance Band
Deja Blu is a 5 piece variety dance band. Their music is a danceable mix of the very best from Classic Rock, Top 40/Pop, Motown, Blues and Swing. With fiery lead guitar solos and a solid rhythm section, the musicians are some of the best in the state. Add to this recipe, 2 lead singers and 5 vocalists with harmonies that are especially tight and powerful – you get one of the best dance bands in the state of Colorado.

Broomfield Amphitheater or Broomfield Auditorium if rained out

Taste of Shakespeare: Measure for Measure
Measure for Measure centers on Angelo who has been empowered by the Duke of Vienna to rule his land, whilst he wanders about disguised as a friar to investigate the moral decay of his dukedom. Resorting to an old law against fornication to enforce his strict standards of morality, Angelo proceeds to condemn fornicators to death. One of these fornicators is Claudio, a young man who has had pre-marital sex with his fiancée. Claudio's sister Isabella pleads for her brother's life. Angelo's lust is aroused and he uses his power to blackmail Isabella into his bed. Fortunately the Duke overhears. Angelo ends up in the bed of Mariana, a woman from his undisclosed past. Claudio is allowed to live happily ever after with his fiancée, and the virtuous Isabella ends up the Duke of Vienna's bride.
Broomfield Cultural Affairs Presents: Summer Concert Series: After Midnight
Award winning clarinetist Roger Campbell leads the hottest sextet since the Big Band Era! Swinging hard since 1997, this extraordinary group of musicians has performed thousands of concerts around the world for jazz festivals, clubs, weddings, summer concerts, and more. They conquer dizzying charts by the likes of Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and Lionel Hampton. It's tight, fun, exciting, danceable.

Broomfield Amphitheater or Broomfield Auditorium if rained out