A multigenerational crowd came out to support Michigan-based Greta Van Fleet, who made their first appearance of a two-night stint at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Shannon and the Clams opened the show. A full review is available here at 303magazine.com.
Alison Wonderland brought her stellar beats to Red Rocks and got the crowd hyped at her sold out show at Red Rocks. Ekali, Medasin and Wuki opened up the night and got the party started.
Photography by Kiddest Metaferia
There was something so special and eclectic about the lineup at Red Rock Amphitheatre last night. Caroline Rose “lubricated” the quickly crowding seats with her quirky attitude and ‘80s chic ninja attire. Afterwords, Dr. Dog does what they do best and jammed out to their fullest, giving every fan exactly what they wanted. Finally, as skulls light up upon the rocks, Shakey Graves graced the stage in a very similar outfit we saw earlier on Caroline Rose. He serenaded the packed stands of Red Rocks as the full moon rose behind him. The wind carried the tones high into the night sky. Photography by Meg O’Neill (@letgomymego).
The Rolling Stones played a sold-out show at Denver's Mile High Stadium on a perfect night in the Mile High City. The No Filter Tour make up date was well worth the wait. Mick Jagger sprinted across the stage, side to side shaking his hips and throwing his hands in the air as the evening progressed. Photography by Kyle Cooper.