Red Rocks Amphitheatre
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Not only are the concerts an amazing experience, there are hiking trails with beautiful views and a museum with Colorado music history.
Obviously an amazing music venue, but it's a Denver Mountain Park and is open for parking in the morning before shows or all day on days when there are not shows.
Nice to visit even if you are not attending a concert. Hiking trails, music museum, the Fort offers a back deck and lawn just to take in view from a different perspective. BEAUTIFUL!
Rated one of the nation’s best concert venues. Catch a show, or go for a scheduled yoga, workout, or a hike.
Red Rocks Amphithratre is one of the most beautiful music venues I have seen. You may explore for free when there are no scheduled events.
Film on the Rocks: Monday, June 5 – DIRTY DANCING with LOLO and Natalie Tate Monday, June 12 – BRIDESMAIDS with Edison Monday, June 19 – THE FIFTH ELEMENT with Slow Caves and DéCollag Monday, June 21 – ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY (rescheduled) Monday, July 17 – THE LEGO MOVIE with School of Rock…
Even if there isn't a concert going on, the ampitheater is a great place to check out. We enjoy hanging out here, the theater itself is one of a kind, but the surrounding area is loaded with hiking trails as well. Entrance is free when there isn't an event going on.
OMG. If you are into live music and being outdoors, this is the most unique and spectacular place EVER to see a concert. LOVE it.
Awesome concert venue. In the mornings there are many people running the stairs as a workout and on certain Sundays you can attend church.
About a 30-35 minute drive from Denver, but worth it! A natural outdoor amphitheatre with concerts or movies at night or you can hike and exercise on the stairs during the day.
One of the most famous outdoor music venues in the country. The rocks create a natural amphitheater. About a 30 minute drive from City Cabin. Great place to hike during the day as well
Great hiking trails and a natural wonder to boot. Stop in the town of Morrison for a taste of a Colorado Mountain towns!
Outside of the city, but worth the trip for a show, film on the rocks, or some day hiking!
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is an open-air amphitheatre built into a rock structure near Morrison, Colorado, 10 miles west of Denver. At Red Rocks you can also do hiking and biking in one of its many trails. They also host "Yoga on the rocks" and "Film on the rocks" during summer.
A staple in Colorado. And if you have the time, a must see venue for a show/ performance. It will be a night to remember.
If you are unable to attend a concert at Red Rocks at least go and take a look, take a short hike or just have a picnic on a non-event day. The setting is beautiful, nothing I write could possibly describe the awesomeness of Red Rocks. Just go!
Whether you’re out for a drive to the mountains, want to catch a live show, or pay tribute to John Denver… Red Rocks is worth a visit!
See anything at this venue. Don't miss it. If you're not into concerts, go during the day end explore! During the summer, this venue also features movie-nights and you can come here to enjoy a recent film.
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