Hometown Fest Maps
The Boulder Creek Hometown Festival includes many distinct event areas including Central Park Commons, the Spirit of Boulder, Kids’ Place, The Art Show, and the Carnival each complete with their own themes, exhibitor booths, and special events.
The Boulder Creek Hometown Festival is located in downtown Boulder on the Boulder Creek, and is held on the Boulder Municipal Building Lawn and on the Central Park lawn (along the Boulder Creek corridor, between 13th Street and 10th Streets, in downtown Boulder). Special Events such as the Classic Car Show will be held on 13th Street.
The main stage for the event is at the Bandshell, located at the corner of Canyon & Broadway. The food court and beer garden are located just east of the Bandshell, on the corner of 13th Street and Canyon.
From Denver and Highway 36
Take I-25 North to US 36; stay on 36 into Boulder. Take the Baseline exit and turn left (west) onto Baseline at the light. Go approximately one half mile to Broadway and turn right (north). Take Broadway to downtown Boulder.
From Golden and US Highway 93: Take Highway 93 North to Boulder. When you get into Boulder, Highway 93 becomes Broadway. Take Broadway approximately 3 miles into downtown Boulder.
From Fort Collins
Take I-25 South to Highway 66, then turn right (west) on Highway 66. Stay on Highway 66 for several miles into Longmont. Turn left (south) on Hover Road; stay on Hover until you get to Highway 119. Turn right (south); stay on Highway 119 (the Boulder Diagonal) into Boulder. Stay to the right (don’t get on the Foothills Parkway). The Diagonal then becomes Iris Ave. heading west. Continue on Iris until you come to Broadway and turn left (south). Continue on Broadway into downtown Boulder.
From Lyons and US Highway 36 South
Take Highway 66 to Highway 36. Take US 36 South, into Boulder. In Boulder, Highway 36 becomes 28th Street. Stay on 28th until you get to Canyon. Turn right (west) on Canyon, until you get to Broadway. Turn left (south) on Broadway into downtown Boulder.
Consider walking, carpooling, or taking an RTD bus to the event. Or ride your bike and conveniently park in the bike corral located on the corner 13th & Arapahoe.
RTD owns and operates a majority of Boulder's Community Transit Network, while Via Mobility Services operates the HOP route. The City of Boulder collaborates with both RTD and Via to plan and fund Boulder's local bus service. For more information, including bus routes to the event, please visit http://www.rtd-denver.com/