2032 14th St
Boulder, CO 80302
The historic Boulder Theater has a diverse and colorful past that continues with a thriving present as one of the premiere concert venues in the nation. Opened in 1906 as Curran Opera House by wealthy billboard sign owner James Curran, the venue featured opera, musical productions and silent movies. In 1927 the first talkie,”The Jazz Singer”, was presented by Warner Brothers. During the Depression, the theater kept going with double features and “Country Store Nights”, when sacks of groceries were given away to those in the lucky numbered seats. Today, the Boulder Theater is considered one of the finest concert and live entertainment venues in the Rocky Mountain region hosting the most respected national, international and local artists.