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We built our trip to Denver around a concert at Red Rocks, which was a Bucket List item for us. The venue for a show is absolutely stunning! The acoustics were amazing and the view of the stage, plus the surrounding beauty of Creation Rock,...More
For years and years wanted to come here for a concert, and it finally worked out. The most beautiful concert venue I've ever been to- easily. Amazing that it is acoustically perfect- naturally.
We weren't at all sad that there was a slow moving line...More
So much has been written. I went there on a weekday afternoon in October durung snowfall. I was walking the Trading Post trail, and I was literally the only human. I met a herd of deer, several birds and rabbits. The contrast of the white...More
This is a must-see venue for a concert. We went on a fall like day where we brought a back pack with warm clothes where we were initially sweating to get to the seat after all the stairs, but were glad we brought the clothes...More
I was at Red Rocks to see Greensky Bluegrass and The California Honeydrops on 9/22/18. The venue is fantastic. Security was relatively quick and easy, and the tailgate atmosphere was a lot of fun. Getting dropped off (if doing Uber/Lyft) was smooth, as well. The...More
A give it a five because it is beautiful and great place to see a concert. what a view ant the acoustics are unbelievable.
I saw the Umphrey McGees which was different but being at the venue makes it worthwhile to listen to any music...More
This is a great place for people with any physical ability. If you're up for a work out you can hike in and around the area, if you're less physically included, this can be seen through a car and enjoyed with a minor amount of...More
All I can say is WOW!!!! This place is amazing! The views of the rocks and city lights in the distance are really something! Warning...not for people with leg, foot or knee problems because there are A LOT of uneven stairs and not too many...More
Response from Jgraves700 | Reviewed this property |
Yes! It's only about 20 minutes from the city & will be a nice break. Explore the amphitheater or do one of the fairly easy hikes nearby. There is also an INCREDIBLE museum onsite that is free & shows all the memorabilia... More
Yes! It's only about 20 minutes from the city & will be a nice break. Explore the amphitheater or do one of the fairly easy hikes nearby. There is also an INCREDIBLE museum onsite that is free & shows all the memorabilia from past performers!
Response from SandKfromVa | Reviewed this property |
Agree, check with the venue. I believe all the handicapped parking is at the top. Don’t know if they would allow you down near the loading area. Go early if only to look around. It’s one of the most beautiful places!
Oh yes, coming from sea level it is a huge change. I strongly suggest you leave the alcohol alone and try to arrive in Denver at least one day earlier. Drink a lot of water, gatorade etc to hydrate and give yourself a lot of... More
Oh yes, coming from sea level it is a huge change. I strongly suggest you leave the alcohol alone and try to arrive in Denver at least one day earlier. Drink a lot of water, gatorade etc to hydrate and give yourself a lot of extra time to arrive at the concert venue. No matter where you park you will need to walk uphill for .5km at least and then face hundreds of stairs inside the venue. It is so worth it but be ready to sweat and exert yourself. It is a view from heaven but be smart about your physical condition.