Red Rocks Amphitheatre

As announced yesterday via their socials, Nashville-based quintet and live sensations Rainbow Kitten Surprise have sold out their entire ‘Live in Colorado’ tour – selling over 25K tickets for the run which only went on-sale this past Friday.  

The highly-anticipated four-night trek is slated for July 2 + 3 at Dillon Amphitheater and July 5 + 6 at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Fellow Nashville-based outfit The Brook & the Bluff will support all four dates.

Steeped in the grand tradition of the American songbook, Gary Clark Jr. has emerged as a 21st-century rock ‘n’ roll messiah; a blues virtuoso who blends in reggae, punk, R&B, hip-hop, and soul, re-shaping the genre for our time. He’s been doing his thing since he was a kid in Texas, but made global waves in 2014 following his first GRAMMY Award®: Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Please Come Home” from his 2012 debut Blak And Blu.

As if channeling another dimension where genres simply don’t exist, Rainbow Kitten Surprise find harmony in unpredictability, weaving together lyrical poetry, hummable melodies, and a rush of instrumental eccentricities. They quietly built an audience with Seven + Mary [2013] and RKS [2015] before serving up their 2018 full-length debut for Elektra, “HOW TO: FRIEND, LOVE, FREEFALL” – produced by Grammy Award-winner Jay Joyce (Cage The Elephant, Sleeper Agent).

Boogie T returns to the legendary venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado this spring. The event, titled ‘Boogie T On The Rocks II’ is set for Saturday, April 8th and will feature two performances from Boogie T: a closing DJ set, and a sundown BOOGIE T.RIO band performance with Boogie T on guitar and vocals, alongside Andriu ‘Yano’ Yanovski on the keys and keytar and Frank ‘Animal Drums’ Castro on drums and percussion. Rounding out the bill will be notable bass music DJ/producers Manic Focus, The Widdler, Integrate (Black Carl b2b VCTRE), and Austeria.

In the twenty-four years since eclectic improv-rock band Umphrey’s McGee formed, their sound has been an amalgamation of genres, moods, and tempos, effortlessly flowing from one feeling to the next throughout an album or concert—or sometimes within a singular song. But with time and repetition comes wisdom and maturity, both personally and musically, and in the case of the band’s new album Asking For A Friend, Umphrey’s McGee entered the recording studio with something to say and a wise, measured way to say it.

Greensky Bluegrass is thrilled to announce their annual Colorado amphitheater run. This year the band will play two special “Evening With” performances at the Dillon Amphitheater Sept 13 and 14 before heading to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre for two more performances Sept 15 and 16. The Red Rocks dates will mark the band’s 16th and 17th performances at the historic and storied venue and will feature special guests The Teskey Brothers on Sept 15 and Sierra Ferrell on Sept 16.

The Marley Brothers - Stephen, Ziggy, Damian, Julian, and Ky-Mani join together for an unforgettable debut at Red Rocks Amphitheatre performing classic songs from Bob Marley's catalog as well as Marley Brothers originals. The 420 celebration will also feature Sean Paul and Protoje (4/19) + Steel Pulse and Lee “Scratch” Perry Memorial ft. Mykal Rose and Subatomic Sound System (4/20).


Morrison, CO

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2023-04-21 00:00:00 2023-04-21 00:00:00 Title Description Location Grateful Web [email protected] America/Denver public

Big Head Todd and The Monsters have quietly become an American institution following three and a half decades of writing, recording, and touring (totaling over 3,500 performances).

Trampled by Turtles are from Duluth, Minnesota, where frontman Dave Simonett initially formed the group as a side project in 2003. At the time, Simonett had lost most of his music gear, thanks to a group of enterprising car thieves who'd ransacked his vehicle while he played a show with his previous band. Left with nothing more than an acoustic guitar, he began piecing together a new band, this time taking inspiration from bluegrass, folk, and other genres that didn't rely on amplification.

Archived news