Red Rocks is a famous outdoor amphitheater and concert venue located in Morrison, Colorado, United States. The venue is known for its stunning natural scenery and acoustics, and it has been the site of many iconic performances over the years.
Red Rocks is situated in Red Rocks Park, a public park that covers more than 700 acres of land and features hiking trails, picnic areas, and breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The venue is open year-round and is a popular destination for visitors and locals alike, offering concerts, cultural events, and recreational opportunities.
Red Rocks Park has a well-deserved reputation, but there’s no alternative to seeing and hearing this acoustically perfect, aesthetically magnificent wonder of ochre sandstone for yourself.
The amphitheater is a popular spot for both locals of Colorado and visitors from across the world. It is only 15 miles from Denver, and the Red Rocks Party Bus Shuttle begins the experience with Thirsty Lion food and drink deals, with round-trip choices leaving Union Station.
Passengers of the Red Rocks Party Bus and Shuttle can also be picked up at one of two Illegal Pete’s locations on Boulder’s Pearl Street or Capitol Hill. To schedule a concert, a hike, a movie, a meal, or a historical nerd out. You are urged to give in to its outstanding beauty.
Red Rocks Concert
A life-altering Red Rocks concert has served as the high point of many summers. You won’t soon forget watching the moon rise over Denver as Neil Young begins to play “Harvest Moon.” Or a wind from the mountains bringing a Widespread Panic song’s riff over the sandstone walls and into the nighttime sky. Or even a little drizzle as James Taylor beams and sings, “I’ve seen rain and I’ve seen the fire.” At Red Rocks, it hardly matters who you see perform; just go and see some music.
See a Movie on the Rocks
The large, big, gigantic screen at Red Rocks is the perfect place to relax while watching some classic and cult favorites. Great movies are only the beginning of movie evenings’ pleasure. Each Film On The Rocks event opens with a band or comedian and includes enjoyable crowd involvement games.
Get Your Heart Pumping
Red Rocks is a Denver-owned park that welcomes visitors from one hour before dawn to one hour after dusk. Your heart will beat faster just by being here, but if that isn’t enough, think about trekking Red Rocks Trail, Trading Post Trail, or both. The park’s impressive geology, wildflowers, pines, animals, and vistas are all explored on both paths.
Another choice is to join the energetic locals who come to sprint up and down the amphitheatre’s stone steps for a true thigh-burner. Or, for the most motivational downward dog view ever, go to Yoga on the Rocks.
Enjoy Snack and the view
The Red Rock’s Ship Rock Grill is worth a visit only for the vista since it is constructed around two enormous slabs of red sandstone. Better still, take a seat on the patio and order some creative Colorado-themed meals like buffalo tamales covered in house-made green Chile or elk sliders with a side of crunchy fries. You can sit at the edge of a magnificent backdrop while enjoying your meal.