Just Announced – Interpol Headed To Red Rocks In 2019

Photo courtesy of Interpo’s Facebook Page

It’s been four years since New York indie-rock staple Interpol has played in Denver, but all that is set to change in 2019. The band, coming off the heels of their latest album Marauder, will return to the Mile High City on May 1, 2019, to play the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The band won’t be alone either — opening the performance are rising stars Car Seat Headrest and Sunflower Bean. The last time the band played in Denver was at the far more intimate Ogden Theatre in 2014 as part of their promotion 0f 2014’s El Pintor, their first tour since going on hiatus in 2011. Likewise, Car Seat Headrest will be making their return following a well-received performance at the Gothic Theatre in July of this year, and Sunflower Bean after this year’s performance at Westword Music Showcase.

Though 2018 is far from finished, the arrival of the forthcoming performance follows a slew of other exciting show announcements slated for the amphitheater. From The 1975 and Vulfpeck to Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, 2019’s Red Rocks roster is already heating up.

Tickets for the upcoming performance will go on sale this Friday, November 16 at 7 a.m.

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