Union Colony Civic Center
701 10th Avenue,
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Union Colony Civic Center (Official)
The Union Colony Civic Center is northern Colorado’s premier performing arts venue, and is proudly owned and operated by the City of Greeley. The Center was built in 1988 with a combination of public funds and private donations. The UCCC is home to two performance venues, Monfort Concert Hall, which seats 1,686 and Hensel Phelps Theatre, which seats 214. With over 100 events held per year, the UCCC offers a wide variety of Broadway musicals, concerts, comedy shows and proudly sponsors events held by the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, the Greeley Chorale and several other local and regional productions. In addition to the performing arts, the UCCC is home to the Tointon Gallery featuring a dozen exhibits annually by local, regional, and nationally acclaimed artists that is free to the public.
Projection equipment used for all film screenings from opening until 2002 were 2 portable EIKI 16mm projectors (the same pair was moved between the two auditoriums as needed). These have been replaced with (non DCP) digital projection equipment. The large projection booth in the Monfort Concert Hall (larger auditorium) was on the main level and has since been either walled over or removed.
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