All Of The 2020 Red Rocks Shows Announced so far with more coming soon

Fall brought with it the official end of the 2019 Red Rocks season. The final show is always bittersweet, but this year it’s a little easier to accept. Before closing, a few shows for next year were already announced at Red Rocks, and over the last month, even more, have been announced.

So, while it’s sad to leave summer nights dancing away at Red Rocks behind, there’s plenty of time to prepare for the shows you’ll be catching next year — which is fortunately right around the corner. There might even be a few you’ll want to put on your holiday gift list.

25 shows have been announced apart from the annual local set series hosted at the venue – leaving us waiting to hear when some of the big annual shows, such as Dispatch and Zedd, will be announced.

Check out the full 2020 line up below and be sure to bookmark this page – we’ll continue to update it as more shows as they get added to the calendar.

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January

January 12 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Hunter James & the Titanic, Logan Thomas
January 19 – Beethoven On The Rocks w/The Colorado Symphony
January 25 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Nothing But Nineties, Zoe Berman
January 31 — Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks w/ZHU, They., SNBRN, Channel Tres, DJ Cassidy

February

February 2 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Sugar Britches, Joel Ansett
February 9 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Stylie, Kayla Marque
February 15 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Red Petals Band, MuleWax
February 21 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Horizon Line, No Touch
February 28 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Dream Feed, Pierce Murphy Band

March

March 6 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Sugar Ridge, Oil McCraken
March 14 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Last Nerve, Amanda Hawkins
March 21 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/Glass Cases, Paul Frost, Compass and Cavern

April

 

April 20 — Ice Cube w/Method Man, Redman, Action Bronson
April 24 – Galantis w/3LAU
April 25 — Lotus w/Marc Rebillet, Breakbot, Eminence Ensemble
April 27 — Five Finger Death Punch w/Papa Roach, I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills

 

May

May 1 — Trevor Hall w/Citizen Cope
May 5 — King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
May 6 — 
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
May 7 — Hippie Sabotage w/Two Feet, Sebastian Paul
May 8 – 
Brantley Gilbert w/Chase Rice, Brandon Lay
May 9 – 
Brantley Gilbert w/Chase Rice, Brandon Lay
May 10 – Die Antwoord
May 13 — Russ
May 16 – Global Dub Festival w/Liquid Stranger, Subtronics, Herobust
May 17 — In This Moment w/ Black Veil Brides, Hollywood Undead, Bad Wolves, Ded

June

June 5 — Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
June 6 — Michael Franti & Spearhead w/Galactic ft. Anjelika Jelly Joseph
June 7 — Stick Figure w/special guests
June 18 — Chicago w/Rick Springfield

July

July 10 — The Avett Brothers w/G. Love & Special Sauce
July 11 — The Avett Brothers
July 12 — The Avett Brothers w/Mark Lanegan
July 16 — Trampled By Turtles w/Caamp, Erin Rae
July 23 – David Gray

August

August 26 — Nathaniel Rateliff w/Kevin Morby
August 30 — 
The Black Crowes

Lotus Confirms Early-2020 Concerts

Lotus announced their first five headlining shows of 2020. The band’s annual visit to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado is included as well as a pair of two-night stands.

On January 17 and 18, Lotus will play Chicago’s Park West. Next up are shows at The National in Richmond on January 31 and February 1. The livetronica act returns to Red Rocks on April 25. Lotus will dip into their Modular Dance material for a special set at Red Rocks. Marc Rebillet, Breakbot (DJ Set) and Eminence Ensemble will open for Lotus at the Morrison, Colorado venue. The show marks the Red Rocks debut for Colorado’s own Eminence Ensemble.

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The Black Crowes Shake Your Money Maker tour – Red Rocks Aug 30 2020

The Black Crowes will return 2020 to observe the 30th anniversary of their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker.

Using a stop in Red Rocks on August 30, 2020

Since Jambands points outside, paintings advertising a forthcoming reunion tour have started popping up via electronic billboards in New York City. Thus Far, dates have been shown for a July 17th series at New Jersey’s PNC Bank Arts Center plus a July 18 operation at New York’s Jones Beach Theater.

Each show will feature a complete performance of Shake Your Money Maker along with a second set of best hits.

There is A suitable tour announcement expected soon. You’ll be able find tickets to your forthcoming displays here.

The jaunt that is coming will indicate The Black Crowes’ first shows together in six years. The band announced their breakup in 2015 stemming from a dispute over ownership rights.

Earlier this year, The Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson appeared Kyle Meredith With… and revisited some of the group’s past records. Listen below.

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Every Artist Playing Red Rocks in 2020…So Far

In the weeks ahead, Denver will be pummeled with announcements about the 2020 Red Rocks lineup. But the next year’s calendar is filling , with a mix of electronic audio and nation.

Here is what’s happening so much at Colorado’s grandest place next year.

Galantis along with 3LAU

April 24

The cat-loving EDM manufacturers in Galantis, that played with the Westword Music Showcase at 2018, will mesmerize the crowd. On Friday, November 1, manhood Christian Karlsson injured himself on stage, and the group announced it would be canceling all displays until further notice. Since that time, however, the duo has posted to media about a string of gigs it intends to perform in 2020, such as the Red Rocks concert. Assuming that is still a go — and it appears to be — Galantis will be combined with fellow DJ Justin David Blau, that plays as 3LAU.

Brantley Gilbert

May 8 and 9

Country celebrity Brantley Gilbert boasts songs about smallish cities and automobiles, breakups and a husky voice. He’s using a huge season with his new album, Fire and Brimstone, reaching number one on Billboard’s top country albums chart (his third successive album to do so). Get ready to”Fire’t Up,” country-radio style, two nights in a row.

Die Antwoord

May 10

The South African hip-hop crew Die Antwoord postponed its 2019 Red Rocks stop in the midst of controversy over an eleven-minute video showing members yelling”faggot” because they assaulted homosexual musician Andy Butler back in 2012. The bandmates tried to describe the episode in a follow-up 2019 video, in which they accused Butler of stalking them. Shortly afterward, the collective canceled a string of U.S. shows and festival appearances. Apparently, time heals all. In May, they’re back with EDM-infused hip convinced to bring forgetful and the pliable .

Global Dub Festival

May 16

Global Dub Festival is just one of the largest parties of the year. The 2020 edition will comprise headliners Liquid Strangers and Subtronics, along with guest Herobust. Dance on, Denver.

David Gray

July 23

David Gray will mark the 25th anniversary of the album White Ladder having a summertime stand at Red Rocks. Back in 2000, this album — his project to date — attracted the British folktronic singer-songwriter lots of lovers, with a ton of ballads that assisted launch stars such as Ed Sheeren.

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Could Pretty Lights Be Coming Back In 2020?

The world has been seriously missing some Pretty Lights… but is it possible we might see the producer/DJ making a comeback in 2020? Perhaps.

Since he released The Hidden Shades back in 2014, Pretty Lights has only put out two songs, “Only Yesterday” in 2016 and “Rainbows & Waterfalls” in 2017. Apart from that, there hasn’t been much from the Colorado producer to speak of, whether musically or on social media. But now, a post from frequent collaborator/stage-mate and member of duo Break Science, Borahm Lee, posing with Derek Vincent Smith, aka Pretty Lights, is giving us hope.

The post mentions “to begin again” with 2020 in emojis, with arrows which could be interpreted as “onward and upward.” It also includes the hashtag “rememberyourfuture,” which TSIS points out has never been associated with the PL project.

Of course, this is really the epitome of a wait and see scenario… while we hope that this is true, we’re not putting an undue amount on the line here. That being said, again, we really want this to happen.

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TFW you headin to nola to begin again.. ➡2⃣0⃣2⃣0⃣↗ #rememberyourfuture 👀

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Listen to his latest album, the GRAMMY-nominated A Color Map Of The Sun, below.

 

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Red Rocks Season Begins This Weekend! Here’s Every Concert in April

Red Rocks Season Begins This Weekend!

Here’s Every Concert in April

 
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is back in action.

 
Coming off of an early April blizzard, it is hard to imagine that Red Rocks season is finally upon us. But it is. And it starts this weekend with a series from Flatbush Zombies and Joey Bada$$. The remainder of the week is hip-hop-heavy and 420-friendly (well, not legally). And rock fans lovers, the EDM set and even Christians all have to look forward to this month. Here’s a list of every Red Rocks concert occurring in April.


Flatbush Zombies and Joey Bada$$
April 13

The Beast Coast hip-hop motion will take over Red Rocks when the Brooklyn-born group Flatbush Zombies and Joey Bada$$, one of the founders of Pro Era, co-headline the place with the Underachievers, Kirk Knight and Nyck Caution. Expect an evening of heavy East Coast hip-hop, with no shortage of political takes and waxing about psychedelics.


Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube
April 18

Nothing screams 420 like Snoop Dogg’s annual concert in Denver. This year, the heavy-puffing rapper’s playing a few days early and sharing the stage with co-headliner Ice Cube, who shocked the world with straight talk about gang life and police brutality in N.W.A., paving the way for decades of gangsta rap. In the center of it all, he began behaving, launching his career with Boyz N the Hood. Expect a skunky night of hip-hop (and, no, we are not referring to the actual skunks that some fans reported seeing at the place in droves last year).


420 Eve on the Rocks With 311 and Method Man & Redman
April 19

The rockers in 311 and Wu-Tang Collective members Method Man & Redman will be headlining one of the smokiest lineups of the year, when 420 Eve on the Rocks lights up the Rocks, with assistance from the Green, Dizzy Wright and Jesse Royal.


Stick Figure
April 20

Everyone celebrates differently, but for music-loving potheads, 420 on the Rocks has become an annual tradition. This year, the reggae act Stick Figure will headline the concert. Nick Swardson will host, and Pepper, Steel Pulse, the Movement and Iya Terra will open.

The Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on April 1, 2018.

The Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on April 1, 2018.
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Easter Sunrise Service
April 21

Our yearly cannabis vacation week gives people plenty to repent for and possibly even a few ecstatic religious experiences that bring them back to God. So it makes this year’s Easter Sunrise Service, the day after 4/20timed. Show up at the rocks starting at 4:30 a.m. Pre-worship music starts at 5:30 and the service itself begins at 6 and ends around 7:30 a.m. The event, hosted by the Colorado Council of Churches, is a Denver convention that began 72 decades back. Reverend Quirino Cornejo provides the sermon, and Heatherlyn Music, Dr. J. Arturo Gonzalez and the Jubilate! Sacred Singers will offer their music up.

Pardon My French Featuring DJ Snake, Tchami X Malaa, and Mercer
April 26

Forget the club. Denver’s premiere location for music is Red Rocks. Enjoy DJ Snake’s thick EDM sound, a set with Tchami and Malla, and music from Mercer.


Lotus
April 27

Lotus plays head-bopping music at the intersection of instrumental jamming and electronica — one of Colorado’s favorite genres. Expect a flashy light show and the sort of hallucinations — the stuff made for winding through dreams that are elevated or music designed to trip to. The electro-funk behave Ghostland Observatory will open.


1975 
April 30

The indie-rock ring the 1975 will take over the amphitheater as part of its North American tour, a celebration of the group’s album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. Pale Wave and No Rome will open.

For more information and tickets to these concerts, go to the Red Rocks website.

 

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The Chainsmokers Are Trying To Revive The Mannequin Challenge Single-Handedly

While on tour in South Africa for Ultra this past weekend, The Chainsmokers and their team took a bit of a detour south toward the Cape Peninsula to play with penguins at The Boulders. As it turns out, the penguins are super friendly — and in this case, nearly motionless.

During their time with the penguins, Chainsmokers & company decided to take advantage of the stillness of the birds and bring back the Mannequin Challenge, which peacefully died at home in its sleep in 2016. Apart from one or two birds, it’s actually incredible just how still these penguins were.

We certainly don’t expect the challenge to make a full recovery, but The Chainsmokers make a fair argument for — maybe — a once a year revival.

Check out their new challenge below.

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Look, we know the mannequin challenge is far over but the penguins wanted to do it so 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Alison Wonderland Announces First-Ever Headlining Show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Shortly after concluding the Lost My Mind tour alongside Dillon Francis, Alison Wonderland has announced perhaps her biggest milestone yet. The Australian DJ/producer will headline Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado for an event called Temple of Wonderland next fall. 

Joining her on the lineup are bass music mainstays Ekali, Medasin and Wuki. The announcement follows Red Rocks being named Best Outdoor Concert Venue in the 30th Annual Pollstar Awards.

“I can’t believe this is happening,” wrote Alison Wonderland (real name Alexandra Sholler) in an Instagram post. “Announcing my first ever headlining show at Red Rocks. Temple of Wonderland. This is a dream come true for me.”

Sholler released her debut album, Run, in 2015 and followed it up with last year’s Awake. In the same amount of time, she’s amassed a diehard international following that has made her a staple of the EDM festival circuit.

Alison Wonderland’s Temple of Wonderland concert will take place at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Thursday, September 12th. Presale tickets are available at RedRocks.co here.

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Zedd Announces Headlining Debut at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Zedd on the Rocks is coming this summer.

Zedd has announced he’ll be taking his talents to Morrison, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer for a special performance. Zedd on the Rocks marks the “365” producer’s debut headlining set at the iconic open air venue. 

Zedd (real name Anton Zaslavski) will be heading to Red Rocks with Hippie Sabotage, Snakehips, and Dwilly along for support. The eclectic lineup reads something more like a small festival than a regular tour stop. Similar to his 2018 Zedd in the Park event, Zaslavski is sparing no expense. He’s promising all-new show production, too. 

“It has been a dream of mine to play my own Red Rocks show ever since I saw Incubus’ Alive DVD at this magical venue many, many years ago,” said Zaslavski. “I’m beyond excited to finally announce this show and bring my new production to Red Rocks!”

Fan presale for Zedd on the Rocks begins Wednesday, February 27th at 10:00 AM MST. General tickets will be on sale this Friday, March 1st at 10 AM MST. Grab tickets at ZeddOnTheRocks.com

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The Chainsmokers Reveal “World War Joy Tour,” coming to Pepsi Center

Award-winning electropop duo The Chainsmokers are coming to Denver’s Pepsi Center November 19, according to an announcement made Tuesday. The stop is part of the band’s “World War Joy Tour”, which will include Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer and country-turned-pop singer Lennon Stella.

The Chainsmokers, composed of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, found fame with the release of their single “#SELFIE” in 2014. Their mark on the pop scene continued to spread with the release of songs such as “Roses,” “Don’t Let me Down,” and “Paris.” They’ve flexed their production skills by pairing with artists like Coldplay, Halsey, and recently paired with 5 Seconds of Summer for the song “Who Do You Love.”

You may not need to be a fan of electronic dance music to appreciate The Chainsmoker’s upcoming date with Denver. Although their music is a product of the times — the sarcastic awareness in the song “#SELFIE.” is no coincidence — the duo has a knack for seeing trends, then transcending them.

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