Broomfield Days

Broomfield Days Canceled Due to COVID-19 

Broomfield’s number one priority is the health and safety of residents. 

The difficult decision to cancel Broomfield Days was a public health decision based on the data and gathering size restrictions in the state’s public health orders. 

Current limitations are set at 175 people, with a maximum of 500 people allowed to gather if Broomfield is approved for the next, highest current available level, Protect Our Neighbor. Broomfield Days typically records between 15,000 and 25,000 people in one day, on one block of Midway Boulevard. 

As we continue to navigate these uncertain times, one thing stands true – we are proud of all Broomfield residents for stepping up to do their part to slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus. When our beloved Broomfield Days returns in 2021 it will be bigger, better, and brighter than ever before.

In the meantime, we ask you to share with us your photos and favorite memories of Broomfield Days gone by. We’d love to see photos of vendor booths from Broomfield Days inception, a pic of you as a kid walking in the parade in the ’80s and ’90s, or a float cruising down Midway when Broomfield was still a small town. Share them on your social media pages with hashtag #BroomfieldDaysMemories or email them to yourbroomfield@broomfield.org. For the latest on COVID-19, prevention tips, testing information, resources, and more visit Broomfield.org/COVID



Congratulations to Edie Mann 


Winner of the 2020 Broomfield Days Logo & Theme Contest! 
This year's design:

broomfield days 2020 logo - edie mann