The concert venue attended by most in 2021 was named Billboard. In the late spring and early summer, Red Rocks Amphitheatre led the way with some of the world’s first multi-day festivals and concerts, as infection rates of COVID dropped.
The venue’s 80th anniversary concluded with a record-breaking Billboard programming that showcased a variety of programs from around the world. The lineup included 36 movies, 20 fitness and yoga programs, 177 concerts, and 233 paid ticketed events in Denver, hosted by Rocks on Film.
This represents a substantial jump in comparison to the sporadic 175-person, socially distanced trials conducted in 2020, and it serves as a promising sign for the upcoming concert season.
The latest information on COVID-19 and parking specifics, directions, and additional ticketing details can be found at redrocksonline.Com. The venue, with a capacity of 9,500, for this year has an ongoing roster of confirmed performances, which will be regularly updated on the website.
Tickets for most shows at the city-owned venue can be bought on axs.Com. All events are subject to possible last-minute delay or cancellation.
On June 1, Ping Pong Playing and The Motet performed at the California Honeydrops Festival in Orange County. On May 22, Zia and Wizard Space Esseks, B2B Buku, and Monkey Dirty Peekaboo were also part of the lineup. Phoebe Bridgers took the stage on May 17, followed by Kaleo on May 16. Kelly Reckless performed with Rope & Shovels and Troubadors Turnpike on May 15. Stevie Nicks headlined the event on May 11, with Ray LaMontagne performing on May 10. Russ took the stage on May 9, followed by Dive Street Lake on May 8. Gilbert Brantley performed on May 7, with Hippie Sabotage on May 6. Unit 400 and Jason Isbell performed on May 4, along with Waxahatchee and American Revival Companion Home Prairie A. Brad Paisley and Garrison Keillor closed out the festival on June 1.
November 4th and 5th will feature a performance by deadmau5. On November 2nd, you can catch King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, The Murlocs, and Leah Senior. October 30th will showcase Marc Rebillet. October 27th and 28th will include performances by Rezz, Of the Trees, Chee, Kill Script, Canbliss, and Fise. Polo & Pan will take the stage on October 24th. Jelly Roll, Struggle Jennings, and Still Matthews will perform on October 23rd. On October 22nd, you can enjoy a performance by Midland. Gryffin, Joel Corry, Surf Mesa, and Dot will perform on October 21st. Maren Morris will perform on October 19th. On October 13th and 14th, Louis the Child, Neil Frances, Crooked Colours, and LTC Playground Set (on October 13th), as well as Kasbo, Rome in Silver, and LTC Playground Set (on October 14th) will take the stage. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard will have marathon sets on October 10th and 11th. Incubus, along with Animals as Leaders, will perform on October 9th. CAAMP, Futurebirds, and Cous will perform on October 3rd and 4th. Tyler Childers, Noga Erez, Luna and the Mountain Jets (on September 28th), and Joslyn & the Sweet Compression (on September 29th) will perform on September 28th and 29th. Jackson Browne will perform on September 25th. Big Gigantic’s Rowdytown 10th anniversary, along with Joyride, Inzo Biicla (on September 23rd), and Mitis, Jantsen, and MZG (on September 24th) will take place on September 23rd and 24th. Get the Led Out, a Led Zeppelin tribute, will perform on September 22nd. The War on Drugs will perform on September 19th. Greensky Bluegrass will perform on September 16th and 17th. The Head and the Heart will perform on September 15th. On September 12th, you can catch The National and Lucy Dacus. Brandi Carlile, along with Lucius (on September 9th), The Indigo Girls (on September 10th), and Allison Russell (on both nights) will perform on September 9th and 10th. Lane 8 will perform on September 8th. Flume, TSHA, Prospa, and okluo (on September 6th), as well as Eprom, Shlohmo, and okluo (on September 7th) will perform on September 6th and 7th. Shakey Graves and Sierra Ferrell will perform on September 5th. Kidz Bop will perform on September 4th. Nine Inch Nails will perform on September 2nd and 3rd. Robert Plant & Alison Krauss will perform on September 1st. On August 28th, Atmosphere, Lupe Fiasco, The Far Side, DJ Abilities, SA-ROC, and Sol Messiah will perform. 1964: The Tribute, a Beatles tribute band, will perform on August 25th. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will perform on August 23rd and 24th. The Steve Miller Band will perform on August 22nd. Pitbull and Iggy Azalea will perform on August 19th. Goose will perform on August 18th. Mt. Joy will perform on August 17th. Said the Sky will perform on August 14th. Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples will perform on August 11th. The South Park 25th anniversary concert, featuring Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Primus, and Ween, will take place on August 10th. Train and Thunderstorm Artis will perform on August 6th. The Chicks will perform on August 2nd and 3rd.
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