Tickets to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre

About Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is an outdoor venue that can be visited every day all year round. It opens one hour before sunrise and closes one hour after sunset. However, during the summer concert season (from April to October), the venue closes earlier, at about 02:00 PM, on the days of scheduled live musical performances. 

There is no wrong time to visit Red Rocks, but if you want to catch a show or enjoy hiking trails, get there during the summer.

To take the best photos, come early in the morning, at dawn, or wait for the evening to watch the sunset in this picturesque setting. And be sure to check the event calendar in advance.

  • Explore the genuinely unique outdoor concert hall 

A world-famous amphitheater, Red Rocks is unlike any other in the world. The stage, which has hosted some of the biggest names in music, is cradled between two dramatic 300-foot sandstone monoliths named Ship Rock and Creation Rock.   

  • Enjoy spectacular views of cliffs and mountains

Due to its fantastic location, Red Rocks Park offers miles of hiking trails weaving through the cinnamon-hued cliffs. You can enjoy spectacular scenery and experience the geographic transition between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains.  

  • Attend a once-in-a-lifetime event 

During the warm season, the amphitheater allows you to catch some of your favorite musicians in the one-of-a-kind setting. You can also check out the Red Rocks Hall of Fame to learn more about the venue's history and the famous performers whose shows the venue has hosted.    

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located about 15 miles west of Denver at 18300 W Alameda Parkway near Morrison, Colorado. If driving from Downtown Denver, take I-70 west to exit 259, turn left at the bottom of the Morrison exit ramp, and cruise downhill to the Park entrance. 

It is also possible to get there by one of the numerous private shuttles and party buses.

FAQ about Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Admission to Red Rocks Park, Amphitheatre, and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame is free. Ticket prices for concerts and other special events vary depending on the show and where your seats are located.