Red Rocks Amphitheatre

For Deadheads across the land, this has been a wonderful week to be in Colorado. Tuesday night, Dead and Company kicked off the first of four Denver Area shows to take place in the Centennial State. Originally scheduled as just two performances at Fiddler’s Green in Englewood, the band announced mid-September that they were adding two more shows at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Lake Street Dive's latest album "Obviously" debuted at #5 on Billboards top albums chart while also peaking at #1 on American/Folk and #2 on both current rock and current alternative albums chart. Many tracks on the new release were on full display last night at Red Rocks as it’s 2020 release date was postponed until March 12 2021.The album covers a wide range of topics from climate change to womanhood and relationships while holding onto the pop, R&B, rock and jazz sounds and style they are well recognized for.

Dead & Company debuted at No. 1 as Pollstar’s HOT SHOT artist of the week with a ticket average of 21,934 from the first 11 concerts on the supergroup’s 2021 tour. The tour kicked off on August 16th with a sold-out show in Raleigh, North Carolina, and runs through Halloween with a three-night sold-out stand at the Hollywood Bowl (October 29th, 30th, & 31st).

In November of 2019, Chris and Rich Robinson announced that in 2020, the two would reunite and bring the rock and roll force of The Black Crowes on a cross-country tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the group’s inaugural powerhouse album Shake Your Money Maker. The tour was to cover the continental United States and bring the southern love back to the fans who had been calling for a long-awaited reunion.

Three songs deep, Nathaniel Rateliff began urging the capacity Red Rocks Amphitheatre crowd to lay their midweek worries aside and party with him on a Wednesday night. His rhetorical question was met with an enthusiastic roar as the collective energy of ten thousand people rolled down the storied venue’s steps and flooded the stage with positive vibes. And party they did.

San Diego-based SLIGHTLY STOOPID returns to live music this weekend with two sold-out shows at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. Slightly Stoopid, in partnership with The Relix Channel on Twitch, will deliver a FREE LIVESTREAM of the complete “DOUBLE ON THE ROCKS” lineups, each day.

San Diego, CA-based SLIGHTLY STOOPID returns to live music this weekend with two sold-out shows at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. Slightly Stoopid, in partnership with The Relix Channel on Twitch, deliver a FREE LIVESTREAM of the complete “DOUBLE ON THE ROCKS” lineups, each day. Both webcasts air entirely live on The Relix Channel via Twitch (twitch.tv/TheRelixChannel), starting at 6:00 pm MT on Saturday, August 14 and 4:25 pm MT on Sunday, August 15.

This past weekend, Colorado’s experimental rock and jam band, The String Cheese Incident was featured on CBS News Sunday Morning in the piece titled Red Rocks: Nature’s Perfect Music Stage.

The String Cheese Incident has performed at Red Rocks 45 times, making them one of Its most frequent performers, CBS said.

Over the weekend, the Tedeschi Trucks Band made their annual return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre and once again gave the sold-out crowd four solid sets of soulful magic and hair-raising guitar work over two nights.

Last Monday & Tuesday, Billy Kreutzmann brought his latest incarnation of the Kids to the mainland to play a two-night blowout at the sandstone mecca Red Rocks. Originally slated as a single show, tickets sold out almost instantly and in light of this demand, the call for more was answered. The response: another sold out show.

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