Red Rocks season is nearing its end and for everyone who’s sad to see it go so soon, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.  Already, the venue has announced shows to get excited for in 2019.  At the time of this article’s publication, only four shows have been announced, not including the venue’s anticipated annual shows such as Big Gigantic and Pretty Lights. Check out the full lineup below and be sure to bookmark this page — we’ll update it as new shows and openers are announced.

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January

January 4 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/ J Calvin, Zoe Berman
January 18 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/ Venture Still, JJ Beavauis

February

February 1 – Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks w/Atmosphere, De La Sol, Living Legends, Watsky
February 2 – Red Rocks Local Set w/ Float Like a Buffalo, Many Mountains
February 16 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/ CollieRAD, Joel Ansett

March

March 9 – Red Rocks Local Set w/ Dream Feed, TMuel
March 31 – Red Rocks Local Set Dinner w/ Sugar Ridge, Many Mountains

April

April 19 – 420 Eve on the Rocks w/ 311, Method Man, Redman, The Green, Dizzy Wright, Jesse Royal
April 20 – Stick Figure w/ Pepper, Steel Pulse, The Movement, Iya Terra, hosted by Nick Swardson
April 27 – Lotus w/ Ghostland Observatory
April 30 – The 1975 w/ Pale Waves, No Rome

May

May 1 – Interpol w/ Carseat Headrest, Sunflower Bean
May 2 – Twiddle, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Kitchen Dwellers
May 3 – Shpongle
May 4 – Shpongle
May 5 – Gud Vibrations — NGTHMRE, Slander, AFK, Tisoki, WAVEDASH
May 9 – Vulfpeck w/ Khruangbin, Cory Henry
May 11 – Papadosio & The Polish Ambassador ft. The Wildlight w/ Random Rab & The Penumbra Live Band
May 12  – Luke Combs w/ Lanco, Jameson Rodgers
May 14 – Lord Huron w/ Lucius
May 15 – Walk Off The Earth w/ Matt and Kim
May 18 – Global Dub Festival w/ Adventure Club, Bear Grillz, Said The Sky, Riotten, Dirt Monkey, Kai Wachi
May 24 – The Devil Makes Three w/ Lucero
May 29 – Phil Lesh & the Terrapin Family Band w/ The Infamous Stringdusters
May 30 – Bela Fleck with Family, Friends and The Colorado Symphony

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Photo from the 2016 Shpongle Show by Meg O’Neill

June

June 1 – Moe. w/ Mike Gordon, White Denim
June 7 – Michael Franti & Spearhead w/ Snarky Puppy
June 8 – 
Big Head Todd and the Monsters w/ Toad the Wet Sprocket, Colin Hay
June 11 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise, CAAMP
June 15 – Lettuce w/ Tauk and The Soul Rebels
June 16 – Trevor Hall & Nakho and Medicine for the People w/ Ayla Nereo
June 21 – Umphrey’s McGee w/ Spafford
June 22 – Umphrey’s McGee
June 23 – Umphrey’s McGee w/ Jason Bonham
June 26 – Kacey Musgraves 

July

July 2 – Zeds Dead
July 3 – Zeds Dead
July 5 – Avett Brothers
July 6 – Avett Brothers w/ Nicole Atkins
July 7 – Avett Brothers w/ Lake Street Dive
July 8 – MercyMe
July 12 – Motet, Galactic, Moon Hooch
July 17 – The Head and The Heart
July 24 – Trampled by Turtles w/ Deer Tick, The Dead South
July 26 – Tedeschi Trucks Band, Blackberry Smoke, Shovels & Rope
July 28 – John Prine and the Colorado Symphony w/ I’m With Her
July 29 – Chris Tomlin
July 30 – Chris Tomlin

August

August 1 – Weird Al Yankovic and The Colorado Symphony
August 2 – My Morning Jacket
August 3 – My Morning Jacket
August 20 – The Piano Guys
August 29 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead

September

September 1 – KIDZ BOP 
September 8 – Dark Star Orchestra w/ Electric Hot Tuna
September 11 – Old Dominion
September 17 – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

October

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