Rose Hill Drive

Out of an abundance of caution, we must postpone the Rose Hill Drive performances on November 19th and 20th at the Boulder Theater to the following dates: February 10th, 2021, and February 11th, 2021. All existing tickets will be honored. If you're unable to attend due to the new date, refunds will be available for the next 30 days at point of purchase. Thank you for understanding.

After being named one of Rolling Stone's top 10 artists to watch, releasing 3 studio albums, and spending 6 straight years in a van touring the world and opening for acts such as The Who and Van Halen, Boulder, CO-based Rock band Rose Hill Drive decided to take a break. Now, 5 years later, they have resumed with the original 3 piece lineup and have a brand new album in their pocket.

After being named one of Rolling Stone's top 10 artists to watch, releasing 3 studio albums, and spending 6 straight years in a van touring the world and opening for acts such as The Who and Van Halen, Boulder, CO based Rock band Rose Hill Drive decided to take a break. Now, 5 years later, they have resumed with the original 3 piece lineup and have a brand new album in their pocket.

Plutinos is the solo effort of Nate Barnes, formerly of the band Rose Hill Drive and drummer for artists such as Mary Chapin Carpenter and Ryan Bingham. After years spent making records and touring with other artists - in addition to writing for brands like HBO, Ford, and Target - Nate decided to venture into uncharted waters and to dive deep into writing his own meaningful songs and creating the sound and music he always wanted to hear and play. The result is equal parts dreamy and heavy with emphasis on driving rhythms and vibey, melodic guitars and vocals.

When I walked into the Fox Theatre last Tuesday night through the crowd of longhaired, indignant teenagers, would-be revolutionaries and otherwise strongly opinionated young people, the building fairly stank of angst and attitude.  The cause: Rose Hill Drive was celebrating the release of their second studio album, "Moon is the New Earth," and it attracted the usual gang of Alice In Chains,

As I walked up to the Boulder Theater on Friday night there were a ton of people standing out side. Normally these are fans having their last cigarette before heading into the venue for the show. But tonight all of these people were looking for anyone with an extra ticket. I grabbed my ticket from will call and headed in to the all ages show. The place was packed! I heard there were 115 people on the guest list, not to mention the fact the place was sold out by Friday morning.

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