RED ROCKS
AMPHITHEATER

RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATER

RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATER

The internationally renowned and geologically formed Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre draws concertgoers, music history lovers and outdoor exercise enthusiasts from around the world. The 300 foot sandstone monoliths, Creation Rock (stage right) and Ship Rock (stage left) provide an epic acoustic experience while the location of the venue allows visitors to soak in gorgeous panoramic views of Denver. From a beautiful events space containing the Colorado Music Hall of Fame to the surrounding trails inside the Park, Red Rocks is well-known for its versatility and variety of activities!

WHAT TO DO AT RED ROCKS

Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Learn about Colorado’s amazing and diverse musical history including the inductees who have made outstanding contributions and defined our musical legacy.

Concerts
Enjoy your favorite music outdoors and in person! Check out the Red Rocks concert schedule to see who’s performing.

Fitness
Red Rocks is a popular location for fitness buffs looking to run the amphitheatre’s renowned stairs. You can plan your own workout or join in on group fitness events. Access to the amphitheatre is open to the public but subject to scheduled events. Otherwise, Red Rocks offers hiking and biking trails that travel through spectacular rock formations, valleys and natural meadows.

Summer Film on the Rocks
Film on the Rocks is a collaborative production of the Denver Film Society and Denver Arts & Venues and was created to provide an affordable opportunity for the community to enjoy films and live entertainment at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

ONLY 8 MILES AWAY

Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Park is located just 8 miles outside of Golden. This makes our area one of the closest for dining and lodging before and after your concert, event or outdoor adventure in the park.

Whether you have tickets or are visiting Red Rocks on a whim, the Amphitheater is a sight that should not be missed.

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