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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

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Courtney wrote a review Sep 23
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Must visit when in Denver. It would have been nice to stay for a concert, but we got to see it during the day and it was so great! Entrance was fee, but provided snack foods on top which was pricey. The main restaurant was closed due to covid, but overall the experience was great!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Alisha wrote a review Sep 21
Charlotte, North Carolina142 contributions22 helpful votes
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This place is soulful. Take your time, walk around the loop (it’s only 1.4 miles). The rocks have beautiful views from all directions. If you love fitness, take your gear and run in the amphitheatre! Whatever you do, take time to visit. The gift shop is cute but small.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Rose B wrote a review Sep 19
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I have watched numerous concerts on TV that were at this beautiful venue. I have always wanted to see a concert here. I couldn't do that but we visited and sat in the seats and walked the trail head and it is just spectacular. Nature at its finest. I can mark this one off my bucket list but I hope to be back one day to see a concert.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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RiverlanGone wrote a review Sep 18
Slidell, Louisiana636 contributions113 helpful votes
I had been here as a child with family and was so looking forward to showing the amazing Amphitheatre to our spouses, with the seating cut directly into the rocks, but unfortunately (due to COVID?) the Amphitheatre itself was inaccessible and we couldn’t even approach the rails to get a glimpse! Huge disappointment. But seeing the rock formations, the drive and the trails are all still very much worth the visit. They’re also turning the Lower South parking lot into a drive-in! We’re going tomorrow night to see Rocket Man.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Skye wrote a review Sep 17
Florida27 contributions2 helpful votes
Wish we went for a concert!!! Man oh man we went when they were setting up around 10:30 am. The place was almost filled with people working out, taking pictures, setting up for the band of the night, yogis, restaurateurs setting up. It was pretty cool to see social distancing being practiced. Besides the point! It is mesmerizing to see a natural Amphitheatre! Never in my life of imagine seeing something like this! Nature at its finest! The fact that an entire concert acoustics can be heard beautifully here and all the way out to the city is insane. We hiked from the bottom lot up! Quite a journey. Managed to great crazy drone footage of the hike up and down also the Amphitheatre. Wishing there were concerts to visit again on the way up. I couldn’t imagine the anticipation walking up the mountain to hear your favorite band then the glory/satisfaction of walking down with groups of people laughing,crying,and talking the night away about what just happened.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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