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Aug
28
Sun
THE HEAD AND THE HEART @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug 28 @ 7:30 pm

 AEG Live is excited to announce THE HEAD AND THE HEART with THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre Sunday, August 28, 2016!

PURCHASE TICKETS!

Purchase tickets at AXS.com or charge by phone at 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849).

Reserved and General Admission tickets are $47.50 – $39.95 plus applicable service charges.  All ages are welcome.

General Admission rows 2-24 and 61-69
Reserved rows 25-60
Tickets to this show are available at the box office of the Denver Coliseum from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Saturday.

 

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Directions

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, cruise on downhill 1.5 miles to the Red Rocks Park entrance. Coming from south Denver, take C-470 to the Morrison exit, turn west and follow the signs to the Park entrances. Here’s a tip to avoid some traffic: you can also exit C-470 at Highway 285. Take it west to Highway 8 and then head north to the Amphitheatre!

Hours of Operations

Park Hours
Red Rocks Park and trails open one hour before sunrise and close one hour after sunset on non-show days. In the event of a performance the amphitheatre and Visitor Center will generally close to the public in the early afternoon hours.

Amphitheatre
Non-Event days: Park Hours (open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset)
Event days: One hour before sunrise – house closes (this time varies day-to-day)

On concert dates, the Visitor Center and Amphitheatre generally close after lunch for sound checks and other technical work. From time to time, a concert set-up might require an earlier closure time. Occasionally there will be a show with an early afternoon start time, and that will require an early closure. Generally you can visit during morning hours without a problem. House closure times are not determined until the week of an event and can change at any time.

If you wish to visit and want to check on closure times please call the Amphitheatre office at 720-865-2494.  This number is staffed on show days (typically May – October) by a dispatcher at Red Rocks.  On non-show days, please call the Visitor Center at 303-697-4939.

Visitor Center 
May – September: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
October – April: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas

Trading Post and Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Summer Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. on show nights)
Winter Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free to visit Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, Visitor Center, Trading Post and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

Will Call/Box Office
The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show. Please check your event on our calendar for door time and event start time.

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Aug
31
Wed
TAME IMPALA @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug 31 @ 6:30 pm

 AEG Live is excited to announce TAME IMPALA with MAC DeMARCO live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre Wednesday, August 31, 2016!

PURCHASE TICKETS
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Tame Impala received their second career GRAMMY nomination for ‘Best Alternative Album’ for their wildly inventive, genre-breaking album Currents. Currents received near unanimous critical acclaim and has been included in 2015 Best Of lists by Pitchfork, Stereogum, Consequence of Sound, Spin, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and more. Consequence of Sound also named them “Band of the Year.” The band is pleased to announce they will now return to the U.S. for shows this summer.

U.S. stops include two nights in Brooklyn at the Prospect Park Bandshell for BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival in June, Red Rocks in Colorado in August and The Greek Theatre in Berkeley in September to name a few. Tickets will go on sale January 15 with more shows and festival stops to be announced in the coming weeks.

Currents was written, recorded, produced and mixed by Kevin Parker in Fremantle, West Australia. Lyrically the record finds Parker in a very different place in 2015 to where he was seven years ago. Transitions in life, relationships, perspectives, mindsets – Currents maps Parker’s evolution through these and finds him a brand new person.

t’s the result of a supernaturally talented obsessive trying to perfect music while redefining their relationship to album-oriented rock… Nearly every proper song on Currents is a revelatory statement of Parker’s range and increasing expertise as a producer, arranger, songwriter, and vocalist while maintaining the essence of Tame Impala: Parker is just as irreverent working in soul and R&B as he is with psych-rock.” – Pitchfork (Best New Music)

“[Parker] advocates for constant reinvention… That commitment to evolution helps make Tame Impala an unlikely but worthy candidate for major stardom.” – NPR

“[A] near-perfect album… [Parker’s] been called a visionary for years, but this is the ultimate proof he can see for miles and miles.” – Paste

“Currents just might be the best thing Parker’s released yet… Parker’s music is in perpetual bloom.” – Stereogum

“[A]n ethereal, insinuating vibe that feels like dropping in on an all-night rave.” – Grantland

“From the crisp, hip-hop accenting on the drums to the full-bodied bass and vivid synths, ‘Currents’ is an audiophile’s wet dream.” – NME

“‘Currents’ is a tour de force for [Parker] and his gizmos.” – New York Times

“[O]n Currents Parker showcases a knack for shaping intelligent pop songs.” – Billboard

Purchase tickets at AXS.com or charge by phone at 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849).

Tickets to this show are available at the box office of the Denver Coliseum from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Saturday.

Reserved and General Admission tickets are $49.95 – $45 plus applicable service charges.  All ages are welcome.

General Admission rows 2-24 and 61-69
Reserved rows 25-60

 

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Directions

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, cruise on downhill 1.5 miles to the Red Rocks Park entrance. Coming from south Denver, take C-470 to the Morrison exit, turn west and follow the signs to the Park entrances. Here’s a tip to avoid some traffic: you can also exit C-470 at Highway 285. Take it west to Highway 8 and then head north to the Amphitheatre!

Hours of Operations

Park Hours
Red Rocks Park and trails open one hour before sunrise and close one hour after sunset on non-show days. In the event of a performance the amphitheatre and Visitor Center will generally close to the public in the early afternoon hours.

Amphitheatre
Non-Event days: Park Hours (open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset)
Event days: One hour before sunrise – house closes (this time varies day-to-day)

On concert dates, the Visitor Center and Amphitheatre generally close after lunch for sound checks and other technical work. From time to time, a concert set-up might require an earlier closure time. Occasionally there will be a show with an early afternoon start time, and that will require an early closure. Generally you can visit during morning hours without a problem. House closure times are not determined until the week of an event and can change at any time.

If you wish to visit and want to check on closure times please call the Amphitheatre office at 720-865-2494.  This number is staffed on show days (typically May – October) by a dispatcher at Red Rocks.  On non-show days, please call the Visitor Center at 303-697-4939.

Visitor Center 
May – September: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
October – April: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas

Trading Post and Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Summer Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. on show nights)
Winter Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free to visit Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, Visitor Center, Trading Post and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

Will Call/Box Office
The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show. Please check your event on our calendar for door time and event start time.

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Sep
2
Fri
Art Walk Steamboat Springs @ Downtown Steamboat Springs
Sep 2 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

First Friday Art Walk Steamboat Springs

Free self-guided tour of local art galleries, museums and alternative venues in downtown Steamboat Springs.

These businesses remain open the first Friday of every month for this favorite event of locals and visitors alike. Many offer changing exhibits, so there is something new to see each month. Free to the public, 5 to 8 p.m. Refreshments are served.

Monthly exhibition listings at steamboatartcenter.com.

Art Walk Steamboat

Steamboat Springs First Friday Artwalk is a collaborative effort among local visual art venues with a mission to foster appreciation of the visual arts in Steamboat Springs and support the growth of the local art community. First Friday Artwalk is a self-guided walking tour of art exhibitions at member venues which is free to the public and held on the first Friday of every month from 5PM – 8PM. For further information, contact Linda Laughlin,  [email protected]

April 3, 2015- 5 p – 8 – Show Openings

Downtown Steamboat – Free

Tour Maps at All Locations Below

FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK LISTINGS

ART GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

CIRCLE SEVEN FINE ART

1009 Lincoln Ave., 879-4744

will feature an ALL GALLERY SHOW.  Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor paintings, Monotype on paper, Bronze, Mineral, Metal and Wood sculptures, Glass, Ceramics, Photography, Jewelry.  Come enjoy good company and good friends.

MANGELSEN-IMAGES OF NATURE
730 Lincoln Ave., 871-1822

Experience the wonder of nature through the lens of Thomas D. Mangelsen. Celebrating 40 years and his newest book The Last Great Wild Places.

STEAMBOAT ART MUSEUM

807 Lincoln Ave., 870-1755

Steamboat Art Museum presents winter exhibits:  Mark Thompson Retrospective, featuring award winning Colorado artist Mark Thompson who mastered techniques of the lost art of painting with egg tempera. The museum will display many of his egg tempera paintings and etchings.  Also on display Exquisite Miniatures by Wes and Rachelle Siegrist.  December 5, 2014 – April 11, 2015.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS ARTS COUNCIL AT THE DEPOT

1001 13th St., 879-9008

Routt County Youth Art: This exhibition features a HUGE collection of artwork showcasing students in grades K-12 throughout Routt County. The annual Routt County Youth Art Show is a spectacle of visual art in a variety of mediums, presented by Steamboat Springs Art Council, opens with a family friendly reception.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CENTER FOR VISUAL ARTS

837 Lincoln Ave., 846-5970

Come see new artworks and local photography by our 30+ local artist members, including new photography for spring by KAREN GORDON SCHULMAN, encaustic landscapes by CHERIE DUTY and endearing representational regional landscapes by oil painter, STEVE BOLANDER  Complimentary wine and snacks.  www.steamboatartcenter.com

WILD HORSE GALLERY

802 Lincoln Ave., 879-5515

Wild Horse Gallery will feature all of its Gallery artists for the end of the season Artwalk!  For more information call 970-819-2850 or www.wildhorsegallery.com.

ALTERNATIVE VENUES

COLORADO GROUP REALTY

509 Lincoln Ave., 875-2917

Katherine Burke will be featuring a photo exhibition of her travels through Asia showing her explorations throughout the globe. She will be donating 10% of the proceeds from this show to The Forgotten International, an amazing organization that provides aid to impoverished women & children worldwide. www.nomadphotoescape.com

CREEKSIDE CAFE

131 11th St., 879-4925

Three talents, three mediums.  Beth Liggitt (Wyld Blue Studio) is a jewelry and glass artist who makes thoughtful, creative pieces that have soul.  Glenna Clark/Olmsted presents a brilliantly colored oil, acrylic and watercolor collection of seasonal landscapes, European inspired oils and NEW acrylic work created in Bali! Mel Dow presents hand sewed, creative unique layering bands, worn around your hips.

HARWIGS/LAPOGEE

911 Lincoln Ave., 879-1919

Todd Sowers: Crossing The Antarctic Circle -Come on a photographic journey around the Antarctic Peninsula with local nature photographer Todd Sowers. Images and HD video will be on display from Todd’s recent Antarctic expedition. Come see penguins, whales, icebergs and more!

NORTHWEST COLORADO CENTER FOR INDEPENDENCE

1306 Lincoln Avenue, Suite A, 871-4838

NorthWest Colorado Center for Independence is showcasing work by artists with unique skills born of creativity, realized from the challenges of living with disabilities.  Our office at the northwest corner of 13th and Lincoln, at the end of the line, where it is never the end of the line.

STEAMBOAT SMOKEHOUSE

912 Lincoln Avenue, 879-7427

Lake Tahoe artist Hailey M. Kreis uses concrete and photography to create both a natural and industrial body of work.  Hailey applies an offbeat perspective of imagery to capture the essence of materials used.

THE CHIEF THEATER

813 Lincoln Ave., 720-425-0522

Winter brings many challenges to a painter who hesitates to venture out into the cold.  To find inspiration, Carol Jean turned to the lights and ornaments strung on her ficus tree.  Ultimately this inspiration took her places that were unexpected.  Please enjoy Carol Jean’s new collection titled “Winter Radiance”.  Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave., 5-8pm, FREE.

URBANE

703 Lincoln Ave., Suite B101, 879-9169

URBANE presents “A Call for Local Artists”.  Join us to view a fun mix of art made in or around the Yampa Valley.  5-8pm

ATMOSPHERE @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm

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Directions

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, cruise on downhill 1.5 miles to the Red Rocks Park entrance. Coming from south Denver, take C-470 to the Morrison exit, turn west and follow the signs to the Park entrances. Here’s a tip to avoid some traffic: you can also exit C-470 at Highway 285. Take it west to Highway 8 and then head north to the Amphitheatre!

Hours of Operations

Park Hours
Red Rocks Park and trails open one hour before sunrise and close one hour after sunset on non-show days. In the event of a performance the amphitheatre and Visitor Center will generally close to the public in the early afternoon hours.

Amphitheatre
Non-Event days: Park Hours (open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset)
Event days: One hour before sunrise – house closes (this time varies day-to-day)

On concert dates, the Visitor Center and Amphitheatre generally close after lunch for sound checks and other technical work. From time to time, a concert set-up might require an earlier closure time. Occasionally there will be a show with an early afternoon start time, and that will require an early closure. Generally you can visit during morning hours without a problem. House closure times are not determined until the week of an event and can change at any time.

If you wish to visit and want to check on closure times please call the Amphitheatre office at 720-865-2494.  This number is staffed on show days (typically May – October) by a dispatcher at Red Rocks.  On non-show days, please call the Visitor Center at 303-697-4939.

Visitor Center 
May – September: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
October – April: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas

Trading Post and Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Summer Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. on show nights)
Winter Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free to visit Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, Visitor Center, Trading Post and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

Will Call/Box Office
The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show. Please check your event on our calendar for door time and event start time.

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PHISH @ Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Sep 2 @ 7:30 pm

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PHISH CAMPING INFORMATION

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park staff is excited to be hosting the final stop on the Phish Summer Tour over Labor Day weekend. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the campground at our park!  We hope that you enjoy the shows and have a memorable and great experience at the complex. Below is information about camping at the Park.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or 303-727-3500; just ask for camping!


HOURS OF OPERATION

Camping opens at Noon on Friday, September 2, 2016 and closes at Noon on Monday, September 5, 2016.


DIRECTIONS

From the North

  • Take I-25 south to I-70 East
  • Take the “Quebec Street” exit
  • Turn left (north) onto Quebec Street
  • Turn right (east) onto 56th Avenue
  • Turn left on Valentia

From the South

  • Take I-25 North to I-70 East
  • Take the “Quebec street” exit
  • Turn left (north) onto Quebec Street
  • Turn right (east) onto 56th Avenue
  • Turn left on Valentia

CAMPING RATES

  • Camping passes – $82.50 per person (additional service fees may apply)
    • This includes FREE parking in LOT R during the hours of operation noted above.
    • RV Passes – $30 per RV (each person in the RV must also have a Camping Pass – additional service fees may apply)

PARKING

Please take 56th avenue and turn north onto Valentia towards the stadium. Parking agents will direct you to the lot for camper vehicles (LOT R). Please note that camping at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is tent-only and cars are parked in a lot adjacent to the campground. You are welcome to take your car in/out of Lot R anytime you choose during the weekend. Cars are not allowed into the campground.


RV’S

  • Each RV must have an RV pass and each person in the RV must have a camping ticket to enter RV parking.
  • The RV parking lots are enclosed in the campground.
  • RV Companion vehicles will also be parked in lot R – there is no space for them inside the actual campground.  These cars can come and go throughout the weekend!
  • All RVs will be searched upon arrival.
  • We will have an affordable service provider on site that will be able to refill your water tank and/or pump waste.

CAMPSITES

Campsites are available on a first-come-first-served basis and are located on lush soccer fields close to the concert venue. Campers will be given specific wristband access to the camping area with unlimited re-entry. Searches will be done at all camping entrances at all times. Each group will be allotted a 15 x 15 foot camp site.


PROHIBITED/RESTRICTED ITEMS

On campsites:

  • Weapons of any kind (i.e. knives, pepper spray, stun-guns, any concealed weapons, firearms, etc.)
  • Fireworks of any kind
  • Open fires or charcoal grills
  • Nitrous oxide
  • Balloons
  • Golf carts
  • Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, hover boards, unicycles, stilts
  • Glass bottles
  • Animals (except service animals with proper documentation and official bib)

For a list of prohibited/restricted items inside the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park facility during concert events, click here.


CAMPING SALES

Additional camping passes, if available, will be sold at both entrances as well as at the Box Office, should a friend choose to join you!  Subject to availability.


CHILDREN

Kids 12 and under are free to camp, but must be accompanied by a paying adult.


LOST AND FOUND

All Lost and Found questions can be directed to Camping Headquarters, located at the Northwest corner of LOT E.


MEDICAL SERVICES

EMT’s will be on-site 24 Hours a day. There will also be a first-aid station at the Northwest corner of LOT E.


CONCERT WRISTBANDS

Beat the lines! If you have either a 3-day or single day FIELD ticket for the concert, stop by the pre-wrist banding station on the south side of the stadium. Pre-wrist banding station will open at 3pm each day and will close at 6pm. You must present your ticket (3 tickets for 3-day wristband) in order to get your wristband.


GENERAL STORE

Our on-site General Store will be stocked and ready for you with dry and refrigerated goods, shower products and sundries.


FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Outside Food and Beverage is allowed into the campground including a reasonable amount of alcohol. There will be food, beverages, snacks and ice available for sale inside the campground.  Please note alcohol is not for sale at the General Store.


DRINKING WATER

Multiple free drinking water stations are set up around the campground area. Please bring a re-usable water bottle to fill up throughout the weekend and stay well hydrated.


ATMS

ATMs will be available inside the campground.


SHOWERS

Free showers are available and are located in the Northwest corner of LOT D and open as follows

  • Friday, September 2nd  – 12PM – 1AM
  • Saturday, Septmeber 3rd  – 6:30AM – 1AM
  • Sunday, September 4th  – 6:30AM – 1AM
  • Monday, September 5th – 6:30AM – 11AM

ACTIVITIES

On-site informal activities are highly encouraged (volleyball, soccer, Frisbee, etc.).  Camping Headquarters will have lawn games to lend out with a valid photo ID.


TRASH, COMPOST & RECYCLING

Please be responsible and keep campsites clean. Use Port-O-Lets, trash, recycling and compost bins correctly. It is imperative for campers to embrace “Leave no Trace” camping practices.


WEATHER

Temperatures are expected to be in the 90’s during the day and 60’s at night based on historical averages.  Please bring warm clothes to deal with the nighttime lows and plenty of sunscreen for the daytime!

 

Sep
3
Sat
PHISH @ Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Sep 3 @ 7:30 pm

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PHISH CAMPING INFORMATION

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park staff is excited to be hosting the final stop on the Phish Summer Tour over Labor Day weekend. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the campground at our park!  We hope that you enjoy the shows and have a memorable and great experience at the complex. Below is information about camping at the Park.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or 303-727-3500; just ask for camping!


HOURS OF OPERATION

Camping opens at Noon on Friday, September 2, 2016 and closes at Noon on Monday, September 5, 2016.


DIRECTIONS

From the North

  • Take I-25 south to I-70 East
  • Take the “Quebec Street” exit
  • Turn left (north) onto Quebec Street
  • Turn right (east) onto 56th Avenue
  • Turn left on Valentia

From the South

  • Take I-25 North to I-70 East
  • Take the “Quebec street” exit
  • Turn left (north) onto Quebec Street
  • Turn right (east) onto 56th Avenue
  • Turn left on Valentia

CAMPING RATES

  • Camping passes – $82.50 per person (additional service fees may apply)
    • This includes FREE parking in LOT R during the hours of operation noted above.
    • RV Passes – $30 per RV (each person in the RV must also have a Camping Pass – additional service fees may apply)

PARKING

Please take 56th avenue and turn north onto Valentia towards the stadium. Parking agents will direct you to the lot for camper vehicles (LOT R). Please note that camping at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is tent-only and cars are parked in a lot adjacent to the campground. You are welcome to take your car in/out of Lot R anytime you choose during the weekend. Cars are not allowed into the campground.


RV’S

  • Each RV must have an RV pass and each person in the RV must have a camping ticket to enter RV parking.
  • The RV parking lots are enclosed in the campground.
  • RV Companion vehicles will also be parked in lot R – there is no space for them inside the actual campground.  These cars can come and go throughout the weekend!
  • All RVs will be searched upon arrival.
  • We will have an affordable service provider on site that will be able to refill your water tank and/or pump waste.

CAMPSITES

Campsites are available on a first-come-first-served basis and are located on lush soccer fields close to the concert venue. Campers will be given specific wristband access to the camping area with unlimited re-entry. Searches will be done at all camping entrances at all times. Each group will be allotted a 15 x 15 foot camp site.


PROHIBITED/RESTRICTED ITEMS

On campsites:

  • Weapons of any kind (i.e. knives, pepper spray, stun-guns, any concealed weapons, firearms, etc.)
  • Fireworks of any kind
  • Open fires or charcoal grills
  • Nitrous oxide
  • Balloons
  • Golf carts
  • Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, hover boards, unicycles, stilts
  • Glass bottles
  • Animals (except service animals with proper documentation and official bib)

For a list of prohibited/restricted items inside the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park facility during concert events, click here.


CAMPING SALES

Additional camping passes, if available, will be sold at both entrances as well as at the Box Office, should a friend choose to join you!  Subject to availability.


CHILDREN

Kids 12 and under are free to camp, but must be accompanied by a paying adult.


LOST AND FOUND

All Lost and Found questions can be directed to Camping Headquarters, located at the Northwest corner of LOT E.


MEDICAL SERVICES

EMT’s will be on-site 24 Hours a day. There will also be a first-aid station at the Northwest corner of LOT E.


CONCERT WRISTBANDS

Beat the lines! If you have either a 3-day or single day FIELD ticket for the concert, stop by the pre-wrist banding station on the south side of the stadium. Pre-wrist banding station will open at 3pm each day and will close at 6pm. You must present your ticket (3 tickets for 3-day wristband) in order to get your wristband.


GENERAL STORE

Our on-site General Store will be stocked and ready for you with dry and refrigerated goods, shower products and sundries.


FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Outside Food and Beverage is allowed into the campground including a reasonable amount of alcohol. There will be food, beverages, snacks and ice available for sale inside the campground.  Please note alcohol is not for sale at the General Store.


DRINKING WATER

Multiple free drinking water stations are set up around the campground area. Please bring a re-usable water bottle to fill up throughout the weekend and stay well hydrated.


ATMS

ATMs will be available inside the campground.


SHOWERS

Free showers are available and are located in the Northwest corner of LOT D and open as follows

  • Friday, September 2nd  – 12PM – 1AM
  • Saturday, Septmeber 3rd  – 6:30AM – 1AM
  • Sunday, September 4th  – 6:30AM – 1AM
  • Monday, September 5th – 6:30AM – 11AM

ACTIVITIES

On-site informal activities are highly encouraged (volleyball, soccer, Frisbee, etc.).  Camping Headquarters will have lawn games to lend out with a valid photo ID.


TRASH, COMPOST & RECYCLING

Please be responsible and keep campsites clean. Use Port-O-Lets, trash, recycling and compost bins correctly. It is imperative for campers to embrace “Leave no Trace” camping practices.


WEATHER

Temperatures are expected to be in the 90’s during the day and 60’s at night based on historical averages.  Please bring warm clothes to deal with the nighttime lows and plenty of sunscreen for the daytime!

 

Sep
4
Sun
PHISH @ Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Sep 4 @ 7:30 pm

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PHISH CAMPING INFORMATION

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park staff is excited to be hosting the final stop on the Phish Summer Tour over Labor Day weekend. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the campground at our park!  We hope that you enjoy the shows and have a memorable and great experience at the complex. Below is information about camping at the Park.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or 303-727-3500; just ask for camping!


HOURS OF OPERATION

Camping opens at Noon on Friday, September 2, 2016 and closes at Noon on Monday, September 5, 2016.


DIRECTIONS

From the North

  • Take I-25 south to I-70 East
  • Take the “Quebec Street” exit
  • Turn left (north) onto Quebec Street
  • Turn right (east) onto 56th Avenue
  • Turn left on Valentia

From the South

  • Take I-25 North to I-70 East
  • Take the “Quebec street” exit
  • Turn left (north) onto Quebec Street
  • Turn right (east) onto 56th Avenue
  • Turn left on Valentia

CAMPING RATES

  • Camping passes – $82.50 per person (additional service fees may apply)
    • This includes FREE parking in LOT R during the hours of operation noted above.
    • RV Passes – $30 per RV (each person in the RV must also have a Camping Pass – additional service fees may apply)

PARKING

Please take 56th avenue and turn north onto Valentia towards the stadium. Parking agents will direct you to the lot for camper vehicles (LOT R). Please note that camping at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is tent-only and cars are parked in a lot adjacent to the campground. You are welcome to take your car in/out of Lot R anytime you choose during the weekend. Cars are not allowed into the campground.


RV’S

  • Each RV must have an RV pass and each person in the RV must have a camping ticket to enter RV parking.
  • The RV parking lots are enclosed in the campground.
  • RV Companion vehicles will also be parked in lot R – there is no space for them inside the actual campground.  These cars can come and go throughout the weekend!
  • All RVs will be searched upon arrival.
  • We will have an affordable service provider on site that will be able to refill your water tank and/or pump waste.

CAMPSITES

Campsites are available on a first-come-first-served basis and are located on lush soccer fields close to the concert venue. Campers will be given specific wristband access to the camping area with unlimited re-entry. Searches will be done at all camping entrances at all times. Each group will be allotted a 15 x 15 foot camp site.


PROHIBITED/RESTRICTED ITEMS

On campsites:

  • Weapons of any kind (i.e. knives, pepper spray, stun-guns, any concealed weapons, firearms, etc.)
  • Fireworks of any kind
  • Open fires or charcoal grills
  • Nitrous oxide
  • Balloons
  • Golf carts
  • Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, hover boards, unicycles, stilts
  • Glass bottles
  • Animals (except service animals with proper documentation and official bib)

For a list of prohibited/restricted items inside the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park facility during concert events, click here.


CAMPING SALES

Additional camping passes, if available, will be sold at both entrances as well as at the Box Office, should a friend choose to join you!  Subject to availability.


CHILDREN

Kids 12 and under are free to camp, but must be accompanied by a paying adult.


LOST AND FOUND

All Lost and Found questions can be directed to Camping Headquarters, located at the Northwest corner of LOT E.


MEDICAL SERVICES

EMT’s will be on-site 24 Hours a day. There will also be a first-aid station at the Northwest corner of LOT E.


CONCERT WRISTBANDS

Beat the lines! If you have either a 3-day or single day FIELD ticket for the concert, stop by the pre-wrist banding station on the south side of the stadium. Pre-wrist banding station will open at 3pm each day and will close at 6pm. You must present your ticket (3 tickets for 3-day wristband) in order to get your wristband.


GENERAL STORE

Our on-site General Store will be stocked and ready for you with dry and refrigerated goods, shower products and sundries.


FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Outside Food and Beverage is allowed into the campground including a reasonable amount of alcohol. There will be food, beverages, snacks and ice available for sale inside the campground.  Please note alcohol is not for sale at the General Store.


DRINKING WATER

Multiple free drinking water stations are set up around the campground area. Please bring a re-usable water bottle to fill up throughout the weekend and stay well hydrated.


ATMS

ATMs will be available inside the campground.


SHOWERS

Free showers are available and are located in the Northwest corner of LOT D and open as follows

  • Friday, September 2nd  – 12PM – 1AM
  • Saturday, Septmeber 3rd  – 6:30AM – 1AM
  • Sunday, September 4th  – 6:30AM – 1AM
  • Monday, September 5th – 6:30AM – 11AM

ACTIVITIES

On-site informal activities are highly encouraged (volleyball, soccer, Frisbee, etc.).  Camping Headquarters will have lawn games to lend out with a valid photo ID.


TRASH, COMPOST & RECYCLING

Please be responsible and keep campsites clean. Use Port-O-Lets, trash, recycling and compost bins correctly. It is imperative for campers to embrace “Leave no Trace” camping practices.


WEATHER

Temperatures are expected to be in the 90’s during the day and 60’s at night based on historical averages.  Please bring warm clothes to deal with the nighttime lows and plenty of sunscreen for the daytime!

 

Sep
5
Mon
SAMMY HAGAR AND THE CIRCLE Michael Anthony Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sep 5 @ 8:00 pm

 AEG Live is thrilled to announce SAMMY HAGAR AND THE CIRCLE featuring MICHAEL ANTHONY, JASON BONHAM and VIC JOHNSON live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Monday, September 5, 2016.

TICKETS GO ON SALE FRIDAY, JANUARY 29th at 10 a.m.

For almost forty years, Sammy Hagar has been one of rock music’s most dynamic and prolific artists. From breaking into the industry with the seminal hard rock band Montrose to his multiplatinum solo career to his ride as the front man of Van Halen, the “Red Rocker” has set the tone for some of the greatest rock anthems ever written with songs like “I Can’t Drive 55,” “Right Now,” and “Why Can’t This Be Love.”  He’s earned the highest respect of the music industry with a Grammy Award and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alongside Van Halen and is currently on his fourth platinum run with the super group Chickenfoot.  Along his journey, Hagar has also become a dedicated philanthropist, a New York Times best-selling author and auspicious entrepreneur.

Hagar first burst onto the scene in San Francisco as the lead singer of Montrose. Following a string of eight solo albums culminating in several platinum efforts and hundreds of sold out concert appearances across the country, Hagar joined Van Halen in 1985 and took the band to unprecedented heights, including four consecutive No.1 albums before the band broke up in the mid-nineties.  He later returned to Van Halen to lead a triumphant 2004 reunion tour.

Aside from making his mark as a hit songwriter and lead vocalist, Hagar has played with a succession of legendary guitar players; from Ronnie Montrose and Neal Schon to Eddie Van Halen and Joe Satriani and his current group, The Circle, which also features former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson.

Since launching his flagship Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in 1990, Hagar has turned a lifelong passion for great food, music and spirits into a thriving and iconic lifestyle brand that has grown to encompass an empire of successful restaurants, bars and spirits.  His annual Birthday Bash has become one of the year’s most legendary jam-sessions for rockstar to play and the party of the year for Hagar’s fans, the Redheads, each October at the Cabo Wabo Cantina.  He’s expanded his Cantina brand to include locations in Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe and has successfully launched five Sammy’s Beach Bar and Grill restaurants, (from which he donates his personal proceeds back to local charities).  In 2011, he partnered with noted celebrity chef Tyler Florence to open el Paseo, which was named by the San Francisco Chronicle among their Top 10 New Restaurants of 2011, and in 2015 he bolstered his restaurant businesses once again, opening the first Sammy Hagar’s Red Rocker Bar & Grill in West Memphis.

2011 saw the release of his highly anticipated autobiography, “Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock,” which reached #1 on the New York Times Best Seller List.  He continues to tour the world with his bands The Circle, Chickenfoot and The Wabos, donating back to the local food banks in every tour city they play. His #1 priority; however, is being a great husband to wife Kari Hagar and father to his kids.
For more information, follow Sammy at redrocker.com,  facebook.com/SammyHagar & facebook.com/SammysBeachBarRum and twitter.com/sammyhagar.

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE AT AXS.COM OR CHARGE TICKETS BY PHONE, CALL 888.929.7849

GA and Reserved tickets are $35.00 – $69.50 plus applicable service charges. All ages show.

Tickets to this show are available at the box office of the Denver Coliseum from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Saturday.

 

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Directions

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, cruise on downhill 1.5 miles to the Red Rocks Park entrance. Coming from south Denver, take C-470 to the Morrison exit, turn west and follow the signs to the Park entrances. Here’s a tip to avoid some traffic: you can also exit C-470 at Highway 285. Take it west to Highway 8 and then head north to the Amphitheatre!

Hours of Operations

Park Hours
Red Rocks Park and trails open one hour before sunrise and close one hour after sunset on non-show days. In the event of a performance the amphitheatre and Visitor Center will generally close to the public in the early afternoon hours.

Amphitheatre
Non-Event days: Park Hours (open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset)
Event days: One hour before sunrise – house closes (this time varies day-to-day)

On concert dates, the Visitor Center and Amphitheatre generally close after lunch for sound checks and other technical work. From time to time, a concert set-up might require an earlier closure time. Occasionally there will be a show with an early afternoon start time, and that will require an early closure. Generally you can visit during morning hours without a problem. House closure times are not determined until the week of an event and can change at any time.

If you wish to visit and want to check on closure times please call the Amphitheatre office at 720-865-2494.  This number is staffed on show days (typically May – October) by a dispatcher at Red Rocks.  On non-show days, please call the Visitor Center at 303-697-4939.

Visitor Center 
May – September: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
October – April: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas

Trading Post and Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Summer Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. on show nights)
Winter Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free to visit Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, Visitor Center, Trading Post and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

Will Call/Box Office
The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show. Please check your event on our calendar for door time and event start time.

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Sep
14
Wed
JASON ISBELL @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sep 14 @ 7:30 pm

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Directions

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver. From Downtown, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, cruise on downhill 1.5 miles to the Red Rocks Park entrance. Coming from south Denver, take C-470 to the Morrison exit, turn west and follow the signs to the Park entrances. Here’s a tip to avoid some traffic: you can also exit C-470 at Highway 285. Take it west to Highway 8 and then head north to the Amphitheatre!

Hours of Operations

Park Hours
Red Rocks Park and trails open one hour before sunrise and close one hour after sunset on non-show days. In the event of a performance the amphitheatre and Visitor Center will generally close to the public in the early afternoon hours.

Amphitheatre
Non-Event days: Park Hours (open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset)
Event days: One hour before sunrise – house closes (this time varies day-to-day)

On concert dates, the Visitor Center and Amphitheatre generally close after lunch for sound checks and other technical work. From time to time, a concert set-up might require an earlier closure time. Occasionally there will be a show with an early afternoon start time, and that will require an early closure. Generally you can visit during morning hours without a problem. House closure times are not determined until the week of an event and can change at any time.

If you wish to visit and want to check on closure times please call the Amphitheatre office at 720-865-2494.  This number is staffed on show days (typically May – October) by a dispatcher at Red Rocks.  On non-show days, please call the Visitor Center at 303-697-4939.

Visitor Center 
May – September: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
October – April: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas

Trading Post and Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Summer Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. on show nights)
Winter Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free to visit Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, Visitor Center, Trading Post and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

Will Call/Box Office
The Red Rocks Box Office/Will Call opens four hours before the show. Please check your event on our calendar for door time and event start time.

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Jason Isbell Red Rocks @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sep 14 @ 7:30 pm
Jason Isbell Red Rocks @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison | Colorado | United States

Jason Isbell with Lucero

Ages: All Ages
Doors Open: 6:00PM
Price: $40.00 – $45.00
Door Price: $45.00 – $50.00
Onsale: Fri, Dec 18, 2015 – 10:00AM MST