Alli Event Center, Brighton Co

Welcome to Brighton Colorado's newest event center.  The Alli Event Center - "a memorable occasion"

Brighton Event Center

Opened in 2017, The Alli Event Center has quickly become a local favorite banquet hall and party rental facility in  Brighton, CO

memorable occasions

Our motto is to provide you with "a memorable occasion".  No detail is overlooked when you book your wedding, banquet, meeting, or reception

Our spacious interior and open back patio will accommodate a wide variety of events, parties, meetings and gatherings. 

 Outdoor Patio Rental Party Hall and Banquet Facility

Outdoor Patio Rental Party Hall and Banquet Facility

BANQUET HALL AND PARTY RENTAL 

Alli's is a great location in Brighton for party and banquet hall rental.  Our event hall has many configurations to accommodate your rental space needs.  Our outdoor patio is included in all party and banquet rentals.  It is great for wedding receptions, a graduation party, or banquet.

About Brighton, Co

The Alli Event Center is located in Brighton, Colorado.  Brighton is a growing community with many amenities which serves Denver, Henderson, Thornton, Todd Creek, Northglenn, Hudson and Keensburg, Colorado.   Brighton is conveniently located off HWY 85 with easy access from HWY 76.  The Allie event center is in the heart of historical Brighton and is an easy commute for any event from Denver and surrounding areas.  

Alli's was originally built in 1887 as St. Augustine Catholic church.  Click here to read about our history.  Brighton was incorporated in 1887, the city’s history actually dates back to 1881.  That is when Daniel Carmichael, a Denver real estate agent, began buying land here and named the town Brighton in honor of his wife’s birthplace, Brighton Beach, New York. At the time, Brighton was little more than a railroad depot, a wind mill, a water tower and a station master’s house. On July 26, 1887, the town of Brighton was officially incorporated with a population of 175. Emory Strong served as Brighton’s first mayor.