Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre
5
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Naturally formed, open air Amphitheatre consists of two, three-hundred-foot monoliths serving as a "stage" for musical performances.
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redundantecho
Deltona, FL1,132 contributions
Jun 2021
Red Rocks
If you have heard Coloradans brag about this place, believe every word! I was in awe. We had just gone through the Arches National Park and I would compare it to RR, with each having its own personal beauty. The natural amphitheater is a work of art, built by erosion, monolithic rock, and man. Unfortunately, there was no music that day, so I definitely need to return for a concert. There are 2 small museums, one with plaques with the many seasons of its performers. I felt a tinge of envy. imaging Bono climbing the flag pole in ‘86. There were 2 gift shops, selling anything from postcards to expensive posters. There was no entry or parking fees since we were there on a non-event day. I’m not sure about fees on event days, but I would venture to guess, exiting is probably a problem.
Written July 16, 2021
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Rob M
Cheyenne, WY7,471 contributions
Sep 2021 • Friends
Always a great time. Be sure to wear shoes, because one will hike a bit just to get in. Parking was so tight it took 30 minutes to inch in and out to leave. They need to do a better job spacing this out or you'll have to wait until others around you leave. Once in, venue it amazing. A hot dog, pizza, popcorn, soda and water cost over $30.
Written September 19, 2021
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Brittany D
United States76 contributions
Jul 2021 • Friends
GORGEOUS! Recommend visiting here in the morning (closes in afternoon for events) or attending concert here. Very beautiful scenery. Will see many locals exercising there and climbing steps. FYI If you are in Denver, you will will need to rent a car or catch shared ride (Uber/Lyft). There is a light rail that takes you part of the way that may help reduce costs.
Written July 7, 2021
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SkiHike0001
3 contributions
May 2022
No matter where you are for a concert restrooms are too far away with insufficient capacity. Beverages and snacks are at least 400% over retail. Security is lax, people were sneaking pot and drugs past security based activity during a concert. A beautiful venue spoiled by narcissistic behavior of a few.
Written May 31, 2022
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derrickwg36
Colorado Springs, CO3,426 contributions
Jun 2022 • Family
Red Rocks Amphitheater is an amazing place to see a concert, but I would advise visiting in the summer. I saw the Chris Tomlin Concert, which was amazing, but the weather did not cooperate. Freezing Rain occurred, even with a pouncho is was extremely hard to remain warm or dry, so halfway through the concert I departed. I am going to see another concert this summer and I am excited. This venue is amazing.

An added bonus is there are numerous trails around the amphitheater and a museum. If you arrive early you can walk one of the trails or visit the museum.
Written June 4, 2022
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Brian M
Hartford, CT563 contributions
Dec 2020
This is just one of those things that you have to see.
Breathtaking views of imposing rock face with seating nestled between Creation Rock to the north, Ship Rock to the south, and Stage Rock to the east? Check. Because of Covid restrictions, the cafe was closed, but they do have facilities on site.
We visited on a non-event day (the concert season runs from April - October). It was rather cold so we didn't get to take the amount of time we would have enjoyed. Parking is free and there's a lot of space for it. The park opens an hour before sunrise and closes an hour after sunset on non-event days; it closes around 2 PM on event days.
While the amphitheatre itself doesn't take a long time to explore, the surrounding park will invite you to linger.
I am looking forward to visiting again when it's warmer.
Written June 1, 2021
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Jesse K
North East, PA81 contributions
May 2021 • Family
It’s not just the amphitheater there’s quite a few trails to hike the rock features are great also. the museum/gift shop with public restrooms is nice. Plan to get there early if there’s a concert or some sort of gathering they don’t let you go into the amphitheater after 1 o’clock 130 when there’s something scheduled.
Written June 1, 2021
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David S
Puerto Morelos, Mexico42 contributions
Jul 2021
The venue has great acoustics.

We arrived for a Lindsey Sterling concert and paid for the VIP experience. There were no signs of the meet and greet event and no mention anywhere of where that was located. We walked all the way down to the stage area, only to discover no VIP event was there. We walked back up and found the event in the visitor's room. We asked various food vendors who had no idea of where that was.

The reserved seating is very tight quarters, so if you have a large person sitting next to you they will take a lot of your space.

In regards to parking, we parked in the Upper North Lot which took 45 minutes to get out of the parking lot and to the main road which had security directing traffic. The venue needs a better parking lot or seating releases after the event since you have almost 10,000 fans trying to leave at the same time.

Bring along stuff for a tailgate party after because you will have plenty of time to enjoy it while everyone else is stuck in traffic.
Written July 14, 2021
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Mike J
Onchan, UK6 contributions
Jun 2022 • Family
Beautiful venue and good sound quality, but terrible seating management. Went to Brit Floyd show on 9 June, 2022. Either the venue was oversold, the management is incompetent, or both. There was not nearly enough capacity in the seating area for everyone who was in attendance. People are spread out and saving seats, and the ushers do nothing about it. I spent most of the show stood on the side stairs with my son, along with a great many others. I only had general admission tickets, but I chatted with several people who had assigned seats who couldn’t access those seats because they were occupied by people who wouldn’t move, and I personally witnessed ushers refusing to help these people.
Written June 10, 2022
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alpw
Placitas, NM2,009 contributions
Aug 2021
My husband and I were in the Denver area for a few days. The concert was the main reason and was very good, but we were didn't care for the venue.

First, the parking was a pain. There are two entrances and the one we wanted was closed. But we passed the first parking area and there was no indication that the second parking area was closed. The walk up to the amphitheater was a good 30 mins, uphill. There were vans and small buses that will shuttle you up, but there are no signs for it. We found out only when we overheard someone else ask a security guard about a shuttle. The shuttle will take you up, but not down unless you were handicapped. So, folks out of shape or with walking difficulties may want take the shuttle up. In comparison to the Hollywood Bowl, there are no middle aisles in the seating area. So, anyone coming and going must go the either end of the seating. And there are no backs to the seating.

The amphitheater is deep in a canyon and has really good acoustics and the clarity of the screens were incredible. Parking was free. Plenty of legroom in the seating area. The bathrooms were at the top and bottom of the seating area.
Written January 16, 2022
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