Denver Ticket Company is you local ticket broker for all events and concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre just outside Denver, CO. Please see our Red Rocks Amphitheatre event schedule below.
A mere 10 miles west of Denver, Colorado, a jagged outcropping of red-hued rock formations shelter one of the most majestic and legendary concert venues in North America. There, an open-air amphitheatre faces a large stage that has hosted some of the world's most sought after live acts. Each performance takes place framed by a stunning natural vista consisting of a disc-shaped backdrop and several awe-inducing rock formations that loom over audience members below. It's a beautiful sight, and the chance to experience musical genius performed under a star-streaked sky makes Red Rock concerts a bucket list item for concert goers from all over the globe.
Red Rocks Concert Tickets are in high demand, but Denverticket.com has a full complement of seating options at competitive pricing. Note: according to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Red Rocks Concert Tickets are required for anyone not sitting on the lap of an adult, meaning non-ticketed admission is generally restricted to children under the age of 2 who will not require their own seat.
The amphitheater holds up to 9,525 people, and each seat features an unobstructed view of the concert stage. Red Rocks concerts are rarely rained out; there is a roof over the amphitheatre to keep guests and performers dry. In the event that a concert or show is canceled due to rain, Denvertickets.com will refund affected Red Rocks tickets per the buyer's guarantee.
All our Red Rocks tickets are genuine, souvenir-type tickets perfect for saving as a memento from what promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Unlike some ticket brokers that only deal in plain text e-tickets or issue receipts in lieu of any tickets at all, Denver Ticket Company knows that tickets are often treasured or saved as pieces of memorabilia, and we want your Red Rocks concert tickets to last as long as your memories.
Our selection of Red Rocks tickets encompasses a wide variety of Red Rocks Amphitheatre events. Our signature combination of unparalleled availability and affordable pricing is what keeps our customers coming back. Sort through available tickets according to the acts you wish to see, or, if you'll be in the Denver area and simply wish to take in a show, you can search by date as well.
Seating is arranged on an event-by-event basis; please see the seating chart for the event you'd like to attend to accurately choose your tickets. Generally speaking, seat rows are numbered from 1 to 70, with the lowest numbers being closest to the stage. Some Red Rocks concerts will be ticketed by specific seat number while others will be labeled General Admission, with seating chosen on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Thanks to Denver Ticket Company's efficient ticket processing and commitment to customer service, last minute trips are easy to accommodate. Pick up your Red Rock Amphitheatre tickets locally or we can arrange for same-day courier service. Either way, you can rest assured that your purchase guarantees that you'll have your tickets in hand in time to leave for all your Red Rocks concerts.
The Red Rocks schedule is solely decided by the amphitheater itself. Gates generally open 90 minutes prior to show time, as printed on your Red Rocks concert tickets. For up-to-date gate information, please contact the venue close to the event date.
Please note that Red Rocks Amphitheatre has a "no re-entry" policy, meaning that once guests have entered the venue and had their tickets scanned, they may not leave the arena and return.
Should you choose to drive to one or all of your Red Rocks concerts, there are numerous parking areas within walking distance to the venue, and for most events, the cost of parking is included in the cost of your ticket. There will be parking staff on-hand the day of the event to guide you to the closest available space, so you can situate your vehicle and enter the venue in a timely, organized manner. If you're visiting Red Rocks Visitor Center on non-event days, it is recommended that you park in the Top Circle or Upper North Lots for easiest access.
Further information about parking, access for disabled patrons, and shuttle details can be found in the ADA-Approved Access section below.
Parking: Red Rocks Amphitheatre welcomes all patrons regardless of disability or special needs, and the venue's guidelines reflect this policy. Accessible seating options for Red Rocks concerts are available at the time of purchase, along with companion seating to accommodate up to three additional people in the party so everyone can sit together. These tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and will be released when all non-accessible ticket have been sold. Denvertickets.com often has access to hard-to-find ticket options beyond what the venue currently has in stock. If you're looking for the best selection of both accessible and non-accessible seating to satisfy small parties and large groups alike, contact Denvertickets.com and enjoy friendly service covered by a comprehensive buyer's guarantee.
Accessible parking is available in two separate spots depending on the location of ticketed seating. Patrons seated in the top portion of the amphitheatre will enter via Row 70 and park in the Top Circle Lot. Patrons in accessible seating in the lower portion of the amphitheatre will enter via Row 1 and park in the Upper South Lot. Both lots offer disabled parking spots that require appropriate placards or license plates to be displayed by the vehicle while parked in those designated spots.
Guests who prefer to be dropped off and/or picked up rather than walking from the lot may have their drivers do so at the Top Circle or Upper South Lot doors (again, depending on seating location). In a further effort to assist in the transportation of guests with mobility or other accessibility issues, there are also shuttles running during events to transport attendees from the Upper South Parking Lot to the first row entrance to the amphitheatre, which has ramped access. Shuttles will begin running 30 minutes prior to the event-specific door time provided by the venue and end once all patrons in need of the shuttle service have been transported back to their vehicles.
Restrooms: Accessible restrooms are located at the bottom of the amphitheatre in two areas: next to the First Aid Station and via the family restroom situated near the North Concession Stand. Guests holding Red Rocks tickets with seating in the top portion of the amphitheatre may use the accessible restrooms near Row 70 or inside the Visitor Center.
Service Animals: Service Animals are permitted but must be under the control of owner at all times.
Given this stunning venue's universal allure, it's no surprise that people come from all over the world just to see their favorite acts take advantage of the amphitheatre's natural acoustics. While most itineraries will take advantage of the many events on the Red Rocks schedule, that still leaves plenty of time during the day to experience the many appealing attractions the area has to offer.
While much of your Red Rocks schedule will no doubt be dedicated to taking in some of the best acts currently on tour, you may need some advice on how to fill in the pre-concert hours. The Denver area is full of family-friendly attractions as well as plenty of adventure-filled ideas for older travelers, too.
The Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum offers visitors a unique look at one of the biggest names in western lore. William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody was buried here by request, and now his grave serves both as a memorial and a sort of lookout over the vast Great Plains and the Rockies he loved so much.
Families with inquisitive youngsters (or older Paleo-enthusiasts) will get a kick out of the interactive exhibits at Dinosaur Ridge. Located just down the street from Red Rock Amphitheatre, this all-ages fun house includes a simulated dinosaur dig, a Trek Through Time exhibit, and gifts and snacks perfectly themed for the venue.
Adults only! Sample a taste of Rock Mountain tradition at the Coors Brewery in Golden, Colorado. A 30-minute self-paced tour takes guests through the entire brewing process, ending with a sample of Coors' best and brightest brews. All in all, a refreshing way to start – or end – your trip to Colorado.
Many people like to make their trip to Red Rocks Amphitheatre a multi-day experience; luckily, there are numerous options for accommodations within a reasonable distance of the venue.
Courtyard by Marriott has an outpost in nearby Golden, Colorado. This mid-scale option gives guests a comfortable place to sleep while keeping enough extra funds to splash out on some concert memorabilia.
Travelers looking for more apartment-like accommodations will enjoy the TownPlace Suites by Marriott in Lakewood, Colorado. Each room in this all-suite extended-stay hotel comes equipped with a kitchenette, perfect for groups who'd like to do a little cooking before or after their show, but never fear – if cooking isn't your thing, you can still start your day off fortified thanks to the hotel's free continental breakfast.
If you want to splash out on truly stellar accommodations, book into the Four Seasons Denver. The Four Seasons name has long been synonymous with luxury, and this location is no exception. From fitness facilities to an on-site wedding venue to beautifully appointed rooms fit for royalty, this hotel has a little bit of everything.
Camping and Red Rocks go hand in hand, as many concertgoers can attest to. Guests looking to camp can contact the local campgrounds recommended by Red Rock that is listed on the website.
There is a wide variety of food and beverages available at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and guests attending Red Rocks concerts may also bring in a soft-sided cooler or cloth bag containing their own treats as long as the bag fits under their seat during the event. There are restrictions to what's allowed – namely no alcoholic beverages, hard-sided coolers, or glass bottles – but the complete list is available via the Red Rock visitors FAQ. Otherwise, the following eateries are great options for pre- or post-concert dining.
The Mill Street Deli might not have a website, but their Yelp reviews don't lie. Locals love this place for its awesome renditions of classic food like burgers, BLTs, sweet potato fries, and onion rings. The beer is plentiful – as are drink and food specials – and if recommendations are anything to go by, no one should pass up the green chilies.
Red Rocks Grill in downtown Morrison offers Tex-Mex twists on typical grill favorites, giving each dish a huge dose of flavor. The Cajun Chicken Salad takes greens from boring and bland to fiery and delicious, and the tamales smothered in pork chili will give you all the energy you need to dance the night away.
BESO de Arte's surroundings are steeped in historical significance; the building that houses BESO dates back to 1873, and much of the original architectural details remain intact. The eatery's name roughly translates to "Kiss of Art," and each plate displays the artistry the restaurant's name suggest. Try not to fill up on the house made white corn chips and fresh tomato salsa, because you'll want plenty of room to enjoy delicacies like Roasted Pumpkin Soup with goat cheese and mango salsa, Garlicky Green Lip Mussels sautéed in Spanish Albarino wine, and Stuffed Roasted Poblano Peppers overflowing with juicy pork carnitas and garnished with a smoky red chile sauce.
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