Red Rocks Amphitheatre: Concerts And Events In Denver

Music lovers should make it a point to see a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre while in Denver. Aside from its rugged natural beauty filled with massive rock and sandstone formations, the amphitheatre offers an impeccable acoustic and sound quality like no other. Designated a National Historic Landmark, Red Rocks is a top venue for concert-goers from around the globe. On non-event days, the park is open to the public for hiking and biking on Red Rocks Trail to admire the dramatic geology, trees, wildflowers, wildlife, and views. Just 15 minutes from Crowne Plaza Denver, make your plans to check out a show, film, hike, or do yoga at the Red Rocks.

Details

Prices –

Prices vary per event

Hours –

The Park and Amphitheatre are open one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. On concert days, Red Rocks closes at 2 pm for sound checks. The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show.

Events

Due to the recent events surrounding Covid-19 many events may have been canceled. Please check with the venue prior to making travel arrangements.

  • April 3: Season Kickoff
  • April 16: wellness Retreat featuring Snoop Dog, Wiz Khalifa, & Cypress Hill
  • April 17: Ganja White Night – Wobble Rocks
  • April 18: Ganja White Night – Wobble Rocks
  • April 19: Ganja White Night – Wobble Rocks
  • April 20 4:20 on the Rocks
  • April 24: Galantis and 3LAU
  • April 25: Lotus
  • April 27: Five Finger Death Punch
  • May 1: Trevor Hall / Citizen Cope
  • May 2: Sublime with Romeo
  • May 5: King Gizzard and the Lizzard Wizzard
  • May 6: King Gizzard and the Lizzard Wizzard
  • May 7: Hippie Sabotage
  • May 8: Brant Gilbert
  • May 9: Brantley Gilbert
  • May 10: House of Zef Tour 2020
  • May 11: The 1975 North American Tour 2020
  • May 13: Russ
  • May 16: Global Dub Festival: Liquid Stranger Subtronics
  • May 17: The In-Between Tour
  • May 18: Hillsong Worship Awake Tour
  • May 19: Kevin Gates with Jay Rock Mozzy
  • May 21: Quinn XCII With Chelsea Cutler, Jeremy Zucker, Ayokay
  • May 22: The Motet
  • May 23: The Devil Makes Three and Punch Bowl Brothers
  • May 25: Jai Wolf
  • May 28 Opiuo and Clozee
  • May 29: Chromeo and Madeon
  • May 31: Ziggy Marley
  • June 3: Lord Huron
  • June 4: Lord Huron
  • June 5: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
  • June 6: Michael Franti & Spearhead
  • June 7: Stick Figure
  • June 8: Flume & Friends
  • June 9: Flume & Friends
  • June 10: Flume & Friends
  • June 11: Brit Floyd
  • June 12: The Revivalists
  • June 13: Big Head Todd and The Monsters with Violent Femmes
  • June 16: Glass Animals
  • June 17: Glass Animals
  • June 18: Chicago With Rick Springfield
  • June 19: Umphrey’s McGee
  • June 20: Umphrey’s McGee
  • June 21: Umphrey’s McGee
  • June 23: Barenaked Ladies
  • June 24: Andrew Bird, Calexico and Iron & Wine with special guest Neko Case
  • June 26: Kraftwerk
  • July 1: Above and Beyond Acoustic with the Colorado Symphony
  • July 2: Zeds Dead
  • July 3: Zeds Dead
  • July 4: Blues Traveler
  • July 5: Dirty Heads
  • July 8: Lindsey Stirling – Artemis Tour
  • July 10: The Avett Brothers
  • July 11: The Avett Brothers
  • July 12: The Avett Brothers
  • July 13: Rainbow Kitten Surprise
  • July 14: Rainbow Kitten Surprise
  • July 15: The Black Keys
  • July 16: Trampled by Turtles / Caamp
  • July 17: The String Cheese Incident
  • July 18: The String Cheese Incident
  • July 19: The String Cheese Incident
  • July 21: Kaleo
  • July 22: Foreigner: Juke Box Hero Tour 2020
  • July 23: David Gray – White Ladder: The 20th Anniversary Tour
  • July 24: STS9
  • July 25: STS9
  • July 26: Beethoven 9
  • July 27: Halsey
  • July 28: Halsety
  • July 29: Goo Goo Dolls
  • July 30: Dispatch with The colorado Symphony
  • July 31: Tedeschi Trucks Band
 

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