Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre

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18300 W Alameda Pkwy
Morrison, CO 80465
(720) 865-2494

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  • Much of today's Red Rocks Amphitheatre was carved out by the Civilian Conservation Corps as part of Roosevelt's New Deal.
  • See a movie on the rocks
  • This legendary, acoustically perfect summer concert venue is surrounded by towering red sandstone monoliths and Denver views. Trails take bikers and hikers through past striking rock formations.
  • Red Rocks is absolutely the most beautiful venue in the world. RR is run by the City and County of Denver, CO by some of the nicest people! For concert & event info: http://www.redrocksonline.com
  • Can't find a musical show you want to see? Try Film on the Rocks. Red Rocks chooses to play mostly cult-status movies on select dates throughout the summer.
  • Simply the best venue for great music,
  • The most beautiful and BEST music venue in all of North America.
  • Watch a great band put on a storm in a torrential downpour. (Did it MGMT 6/11/10
  • See a show
  • A large, tilted, disc-shaped rock behind the stage, a huge vertical rock angled outwards from stage right, large outcrops angled outwards from stage left and a seating area for up to 9,450 people.
  • Not quite in Boulder but definitely worth the drive!
  • Seats around row 35 and above have a pretty nice view of Denver over the top of the stage.
  • A look back at "The Amazing Race": The Red Rock Ampitheatre served as both the starting & finish line of season 9 and was the only season where the same location was used to start and end the Race.
  • Red Rocks celebrates 100 years of entertainment. Check out this photo gallery featuring highlights from the amphitheater's history.
  • No matter what you are doing (running, touring) there is always a place for you!
  • Best concert venue ever... Wide rows, great visibility from any level, fun crowd, beautiful setting!
  • Perfect place for a walk or hike, to admire the red rock scenery and Denver skyline, or to learn about the geological and musical history of the Red Rock Amphitheater! A must-see CO attraction!
  • The North lot is very windy, but if you get the chance to come out here at night sometimes you'll catch a Native American drum circle - incredible experience!
  • Much of today's Red Rocks Amphitheatre was carved out by the Civilian Conservation Corps as part of Roosevelt's New Deal.
  • You can bring in sealed bottles of water, cushions, small\concert chairs, non-pro cameras, and back packs