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- February 1 – Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks ft. Atmosphere, De La Soul, Living Legends, Watsky
- April 19 – 311 and Method Man & Redman, The Green, Dizzy Wright, Jesse Royal
- April 20 – Stick Figure, Pepper, Steel Pulse, The Movement, Iya Terra
- April 30 – The 1975 with Pale Waves and No Rome
- May 1 – Interpol with Car Seat Headrest and Sunflower Bean
- May 2 – Twiddle, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with Kitchen Dwellers
- May 3 – Shpongle with very special guests
- May 4 – Shpongle with very special guests
- May 9 – Vulfpeck with Khruangbin and Cory Henry
- May 12 – Luke Combs with Lanco and Jameson Rodgers
- May 14 – Lord Huron with Lucious
- May 18 – Global Dub Festival feat. Adventure Club, Bear Grillz, Said the Sky, Riot Ten, Dirt Monky, Kai Wachi, Kompany b2b Tynan, Yaks b2b Somnium Sound
- May 24 – The Devil Makes Three with Lucero
- May 29 – Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band with the Infamous Stringdusters
- June 7 – Michael Franti & Spearhead with Snarky Puppy
- June 8 – Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Toad the Wet Sprocket & Colin Hay
- June 15 – Rage on the Rocks 2019: Lettuce with TAUK and The Soul Rebels
- June 16 – Nahko and Medicine for the People, Trevor Hall, Ayla Nereo
- June 21 – Umphrey’s McGee with Spafford
- June 22 – Umphrey’s McGee with TBA
- June 23 – Umphrey’s McGee feat. a Led Zeppelin set with Jason Bonham
- July 5 – The Avett Brothers with special guest to be announced
- July 6 – The Avett Brothers with Nicole Atkins
- July 7 – The Avett Brothers with Lake Street Drive
- July 12 – The Motet + Galactic with Moon Hooch
- July 17 – The Head & the Heart with special guests
- July 24 – Trampled by Turtles with Deer Tick and The Dead South
- July 28 – John Prine with the Colorado Symphony, I’m With Her
- August 1 – Weird Al Yankovic with the Colorado Symphony
- August 2 – My Morning Jacket with special guests
- August 3 – My Morning Jacket with special guests
- August 20 – The Piano Guys
- August 29 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
- September 8 – Dark Star Orchestra with Electric Hot Tuna
- September 11 – Old Dominion
- September 17 – Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit with David Crosby & Friends
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Parking lots are open three hours before the event start time, however, official parking begins approximately 30 minutes prior to doors. We recommend arriving early to avoid traffic and ensure close parking to the venue. Vehicles parked incorrectly or left overnight (not relocated prior to 10 a.m. the following day) may be ticketed or towed.
Vehicles used for patron pickup should plan to arrive 30 minutes before the end of the show. A phone recording with the approximate event end time is updated daily at 720-865-2494. You may also speak with an on-site parking attendant to find out the best time to return for patrons. Patrons who are dropped off prior to an event will need to walk to their respective rides for pickup at the end of the night.
Due to limited space, specific areas have been designated for patron drop-off and pickup.
RIDESHARE Uber, Lyft & Taxi
There are four areas patrons can be dropped off (except party buses) to gain access to the venue.
- Upper South Lot – Preferred ADA (rows 1 – 36) drop-off point
- Top Circle Lot – Preferred ADA (rows 37 – 70) drop-off-point & Limo Drop off point
- Trading Post – Preferred Uber/Lyft & Taxi drop-off point
- East Stairs – Preferred Limo drop-off point
Patron pickup is located on Trading Post Road South. Enter the park at Entrance 2 and head south to the Trading Post Road intersection. Parking attendants will direct you to the closest available parking location. Drivers are required to wait at their vehicle for patrons to arrive. Parking attendants are available for questions and to help patrons find pickup locations. Oversized vehicles are not allowed in these designated pickup areas.
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre
18300 W. Alameda Parkway
Morrison, CO 80465
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, cruise on downhill 1.5 miles to the Red Rocks Park entrance. Coming from south Denver, take C-470 to the Morrison exit, turn west and follow the signs to the Park entrances. Here's a tip to avoid some traffic: you can also exit C-470 at Highway 285. Take it west to Highway 8 and then head north to the Amphitheatre!
Hours of Operations
Non-Event Days: Open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset
Event days: Open one hour before sunrise – 2 p.m. In the case of all-day festivals or early concert start times, the amphitheatre may close earlier. Please check our phone recording at 720-865-2494 in case of any last minute changes. Early house closure times are not determined until the week of an event and can change at any time.
April - October 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (on event days, access to the Visitor Center will generally close at 2 p.m.)
November - March 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas
Trading Post and Colorado Music Hall of Fame
April - October 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
November - March 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Red Rocks Park and trails open one hour before sunrise and close one hour after sunset on non-show days.
Admission is free to visit Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, Visitor Center, Trading Post and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.
Will Call/Box Office
The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show. Please check your event on our calendar for door time and event start time.
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Famous opera singer Mary Garden place Red Rocks around earth musical map together along with her execution on May 10, 1911. Having played across the globe at opera halls, she declared Red Rocks the venue where she had performed.
An incident in a operation by Jethro Tull on June 10, 1971, resulted in a five-year prohibit of rock concerts at Red Rocks. Around 1,000 individuals without tickets came in the show. Denver authorities led the escape audience supporting the theater to a place, in which they might listen to the audio but not observe the group. The situation appeared decent until a number of those without tickets tried to go into the amphitheatre by charging and breaking. A number of these without tickets started lobbing stones at law enforcement, and the authorities reacted by releasing rip gas in the gate-crashers. The breeze carried the gas into the audience, on the hill and on the stage. Banned rock concerts out of the amphitheatre. The ban on rock and roll had been eventually raised through lawful actions shot by Denver concert promoter Barry Fey, that attempted to reserve the group America in the place at 1975. After needing a license by town, Fey chose the town, and the court ruled the town had acted"arbitrarily and capricious" in banning rock concerts at Red Rocks. Beginning in the summer of 1976, the stone bands were welcomed in the place.
Geddy Lee of this rock group Rush stated, "It's an amazing location.
Red Rocks was among the favorite places for The Grateful Dead along with also the place has turned into a convenient stop for several succeeding jam rings. Widespread Panic retains the record for the sold-out performances in Red Rocks with 57 as for June 2018. Blues Traveler has played with the place every Fourth of July as 1993, except 1999 when lead singer and harmonica player John Popper was not able to play because of cardiovascular surgery.
Upon the entire structure of the amphitheatre for the current form from the Civilian Conservation Corps, the place was officially dedicated on June 15, 1941. It's held concert seasons every year.
The amphitheater's largest-scale operation thus far has been that the Feast of Lanterns on September 5, 1908. Commemorating the introduction of this scenic street neighboring Mt. Falcon, it had been shot after the festival of Nagasaki, Japan also featured four army rings and fireworks from Mt. Falcon, Mt. Morrison along with 2 intermediate hills.
Public, organizational and personal performances are held in Red Rocks for over a hundred decades. The oldest documented functionality in the amphitheater was that the Grand Opening of this Garden of the Titans, according to by renowned editor John Brisben Walker on May 31, 1906. Featuring Pietro Satriano along with his 25-piece metal group, it was the proper launching of their natural amphitheater to be used by the public following Walker bought it together with the proceeds of the sale of Cosmopolitan Magazine.
U2 performed in the amphitheatre on June 5, 1983 throughout their War Tour, facing a bunch of 9,000 individuals. The series was recorded and a part of it had been utilized for the band's live record Under a Blood Red Sky.
The first notable rock-and-roll functionality in Red Rocks was The Beatles on August 26, 1964, the sole concert never sold outside throughout their US-tour. After Ringo Starr returned into Red Rocks along using his All-Starr Band on June 28, 2000, he asked if anybody in the audience was in the Beatles concert couple of decades before. On August 26, 2004, the East-Coast-based Beatles-tribute group,"1964" has been flown to Denver to re-enact the Beatles concert held in the website just forty-years before date. The one of a kind and lovely setting has resulted in the venue. Jimi Hendrix played Red Rocks on September 1, 1968, Together with Vanilla Fudge along with Soft Machine.
Depeche Mode conducted in the amphitheatre four occasions: first time was July 1, 1986. The second and third had been on July 11 and 12, 1990 throughout their World Violation Tour. The fourth was on August 27, 2009 throughout their Tour of the Universe, facing a bunch of 8,679 individuals. The series was listed for the team's live records project Recording the Universe.
The very first performance of every season is that the Easter Sunrise Service, also a non-denominational agency on Easter Sunday of every year.