The Union Colony Civic Center has been a destination for all kinds of entertainment for 30+ years in Greeley and Northern Colorado. The latest semester of shows offers a little something for everyone and a chance to enjoy top-notch live performances.
The shows kick off this weekend with Frankie Avalon, followed by the RENT 20th Anniversary Tour on February 2, and two performances of Beauty and the Beast presented by the University of Northern Colorado and the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra in March. The semester continues with shows such as One Night of Queen, Murder By Natural Causes, Church Basement Ladies, Fangalangus Island, Home Free, Michael McDonald, and the Colorado Dance Collective. Then wraps up with Beggars of Life on April 28.
Read on for links to more show information and links to buy tickets. There are also numerous ticket packages available that can save you money if you want to see more than one semester show.
Visit UCStars.com for a full list of all shows coming to the UCCC.
We’re lucky to have such a beautiful performance venue in Greeley, and even luckier to have such stellar local talent to perform.
Did you know that the UCCC Advisory Board formally recognized the Stampede Troupe for their production of “Hunchback of Notre Dame” along with their nine Denver Broadway World Awards, including Best Musical, Best Director, and best supporting actor in a musical. (See our blog about the 10 nominations they received.)