Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre (Previously Coors Amphitheatre along with Comfort Dental Amphitheatre) is a 18,000-capacity amphitheatre Situated in Greenwood Village, Colorado. It's the biggest outdoor amphitheatre from the Denver metropolitan region and is normally open annually from May to September. The Museum of Outdoor Arts, some regional non-profit, possesses Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre and gave the place its title as it initially opened. The amphitheatre started as a ground sculpture (composed just of marijuana and earth ) where local small business people could break to get a lunchtime concert series sponsored by Museum of Outdoor Arts. Afterwards, walls and chairs were set up to create it the place it's today. MOA has allowed out the venue to big promoters like MCA Concerts, House of Blues along with Live Nation. Additionally owned by MOA is Samson Park, that is joined to the amphitheatre. Samson Park contains outside sculptures owned by Museum of Outdoor Arts, such as its famous bronze set of Alice at Wonderland by celebrity Harry Marinsky, Stickworks by globally famous artist Patrick Dougherty, kinetic sculpture Estacas by Ken Bortolazzo, African graffiti by Agnes Nyanhongo along with features seasonal installments by famous Colorado-based artist Lonnie Hanzon. It sports 7,500 fixed chairs and a general admission yard department. The amphitheatre is located in Greenwood Plaza near the Denver Technological Center among office buildings. It started in 1988 under the first name of Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre using an operation by Dan Fogelberg on June 11, 1988. It was renamed to Coors Amphitheatre and also had a distinctive working contract using House of Blues before its sale into the new operator Live Nation. John Mayer along with Counting Crows started their 2003 tour together with Maroon 5 on July 7, 2003, once the place reverted to its name. Beginning February 2010, wellness company Comfort Dental gained property rights for 3 decades, changing its name to the Comfort Dental Amphitheatre. Starting February 2013, the place is, once more, referred to as its first name. Back in October 2013the place's operations contract died with Live Nationalong together with all the entertainment business opting to not renew. The partnership includes a $5 million renovation, to occur throughout the amphitheatre's offseason.