Summer Lineup at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Summer is fast approaching and one of the most popular venues to see an outdoor concert is Red Rock Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. Every Summer thousands of music fans make the pilgrimage to Red Rocks to see their favorite band or performer. This Summer the concert lineup at Red Rocks is better than ever. Check out the top concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Tickets are available for all shows.


Summer 2018 Top Concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

May 28- Haim
May 29 – Five Finger Death Punch
May 30 – Vance Joy
June 1 – Michael Franti and Spearhead
June 3 – Marshmello
June 5 & 6 – Ween
June 9 – Big Head Todd and the Monsters
June 12 – Bryan Adams
June 13 – Turnpike Troubadours
June 14 – Ryan Adams
June 15 & 16 – Odesza
June 19 – Barenaked Ladies
June 22-24 – Widespread Panic
June 25 – Lady Antebellum
June 28 – Chromeo
June 29 & July 1 – The Avett Brothers
July 4 – Blues Traveler
July 10 – Ryan LaMontagne
July 12 – moe.
July 15 – Seal
July 16 – Imagine Dragons tickets
July 17 – Jackson Browne
July 20-22 – Sting Cheese Incident
July 24 – Paramore w/ Foster the People
July 26 – Sarah McLachlan
July 30 – Halsey
July 31 – Nas X Black Star
Aug 1 – Yo Yo Ma
Aug 4 – Yonder Mountain String Band
Aug 6 – Steve Martin & Martin Short
Aug 8 – Portugal the Man
Aug 9 – Leon Bridges
Aug 10-11 – Pretty Lights
Aug 12 – Brandi Carlile
Aug 14 – Lucinda Williams w/ Steve Earle and Dwight Yoakum
Aug 15 – Father John Misty
Aug 17 – Old Crow Medicine Show
Aug 19 – The Cult, Bush and Stone Temple Pilots
Aug 20 – Niall Horan
Aug 21 – Rodrigo y Gabriela
Aug 22-23 – Nathaniel Rateliff
Aug 27-28 – David Byrne
Aug 30 – Shakey Graves
Sept 1 – Gramatik
Sept 2 – Jason Mraz
Sept 3 – Jason Isbell
Sept 4 – Lyle Lovett
Sept 5 – Gary Clark Jr.
Sept 9 – OAR
Sept 11 – Rascal Flatts
Sept 20 – Little Big Town
Sept 21 – Trombone Shorty
Sept 23-25 – Beck tickets
Sept 26 – Lauryn Hill

Buy Red Rocks Amphitheatre tickets for all shows at TicketCity.

Recommended seats at Red Rocks Amphitheatre:
What are the best seat at Red Rocks? At most outdoor amphitheatres it is a better experience to sit near the stage as the view and (outdoor) sound will be better, but at Red Rocks we actually suggest you might try the General Admission area. There are approximately 70 rows of reserved seats with a G/A area behind those. That G/A area is at the top of Red Rocks and provides the best views of the natural landscape. Red Rocks also has a very liberal policy on what they allow you to bring in with you, so you can bring your own blanket. The views at Red Rocks are truly unique, which makes it different from anyplace else that you will see a concert. Of course, if you love the band then you will want to buy tickets in the reserved seating at Red Rocks which does offer a much better view of the stage and the best sound.

 

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