Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros are excited to confirm two nights at Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, June 8 and 9, followed by two nights at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, June 11 and 12. The dates mark their first live shows since Chicago in March 2020. Tickets go on sale April 30 HERE.

“Been too long,” Weir says of the performance, “but I can’t think of a better place to pick it back up…”

Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi announce Fireside LIVE - a special series of socially distanced, limited-capacity performances this summer.

Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Billy Strings will share a special encore broadcast of his Red Rocks Amphitheatre livestream concert next Saturday, November 28 at 8:00pm ET/7:00pm CT via Nugs. Originally recorded this past September, the special showing will be the final opportunity for fans to watch the landmark headline performance.

Nathaniel Rateliff’s “And It’s Still Alright” tour kicked off on March 2 in Minneapolis. Nine days later on March 12 the rest of the tour was canceled when the pandemic hit. The sold-out nine-month run was set to feature songs from his critically acclaimed solo album, And It’s Still Alright. On Wednesday, September 30, Rateliff will livestream a performance at Colorado’s renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Billy Strings surprised fans with a special announcement over the weekend that the band will be performing live from Red Rocks for a live streaming event happening on Saturday, Sept 26 at 6pm MT. The band will play three full sets of music to a crowdless Red Rocks Amphitheatre via and Cinematics for their first-ever headlining performance. The video production, which will utilize the latest Red Digital Cinema, Blackmagic Design & DJI Drone 6k cameras mixed with the 7C Cinema live style, will treat viewers to a one-of-a-kind

Instrumental-electronic collective Lotus, highly regarded for their unique live show experience, have announced a special concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The long-running quintet, who recently released their new studio album Free Swim, will return to the stage once again this month on Sunday, September 27th for a full 2-set show at the famed Colorado venue. The event will be available both in-person, for an extremely limited capacity, and online via a pay-per-view livestream.

On March 3, Nathaniel Rateliff kicked off his sold-out And It’s Still Alright tour—which marked a nine month continued run. Nine days later on March 12 the rest of the tour was canceled when the pandemic hit.

Tonight, July 8th, The Disco Biscuits will air their performance from Red Rocks with Mickey Hart and Billy Kreutzman on at 8:30 PM EST. The famed three-set show, dubbed Bisco Inferno, was filmed at the legendary venue and will air for one time only. The band has also announced a special merchandise collection for the performance that combines many of their classical components with the aesthetic of the Grateful Dead, which is being sold exclusively at Hiline Merchandise.

Nashville-based quintet Rainbow Kitten Surprise have announced a special, livestreamed event - hosted by Topeka, a service that allows fans to connect face-to-face with artists via live interactive video - on Tuesday, July 14, at 9pm ET, to commemorate the genre-defying band’s sold out, two-night stand at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, originally scheduled for July 13-14 this year, but rescheduled to 2021 due to Covid-19. See the band’s post announcing the new dates

Known for their dynamic and innovative sound, Asheville, North Carolina band Town Mountain returns with, “You Can’t Win Em All”, premiering exclusively at Wide Open Country today. Written by vocalist and mandolin player Phil Barker, the single is a swaying lament on love lost and introspective reflection on past decisions.

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