Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre Tours and Tickets

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Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a music venue unlike any other—a sandstone stadium forged by the elements and blessed with natural acoustics. Many musicians have taken to this stage, and when shows are in town, Red Rocks can host over 9,500 concertgoers, all in for a treat beyond the music: stellar views of the natural Colorado landscape.

  • 18300 W Alameda Parkway, Morrison, Colorado, 80465

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Glenn_J, Oct 2023
Red Rock amphitheater, pictures do not do it justice! Clean air. Izzy did a great job! Êeeé all well dfrygghn sign I'll do do FJ gl
Pornpimon_M, Nov 2023
Great time with Gentry (tour guide )
We had a great time with Gentry. The tour was smooth and on time. She is so sweet and offers to take pictures for us. This tour is everything, you get to explore downtown Denver and then move to Red Rock Amphitheater and the stunning view outside the city.
Tracy_H, Nov 2023
Great experience and guide!
What a fun tour and beautiful scenery. Our guide Captain Kurt was very knowledgeable and pleasant. We learned a lot and our group of 4 had a great time. Definitely recommend!
Oswaldo_M, Nov 2023
Great experience first time in Denver
It was such a wonderful experience, the guide was very knowledgeable. This i the best tour I have been so far.
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Q:Can you tour Red Rock Amphitheatre?
A:​​Yes, you can tour Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre—no concert tickets required. It’s open year-round for self-guided tours, with the option to explore the visitor center, see the Hall of Fame, and view classic concert footage. On event days in summer, the venue closes in the early afternoon.
Q:Is Red Rock Amphitheatre worth seeing?
A:Yes, it’s worth seeing Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. While seeing a concert is the best way to experience the music venue, it’s fun to explore any day of the year. You can take a self-guided tour of the amphitheater and enjoy panoramic views from trails through the surrounding park.
Q:Is Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre a lot of walking?
A:Yes, going to a show at Red Rocks can require substantial walking over unpaved trails. The Upper North Lot is closest to the venue itself, but spots there fill up quickly. Wear comfortable shoes and consider taking a shuttle from Denver—shuttles generally drop visitors at the Upper North Lot.
Q:What time of year is best for Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre?
A:You can visit Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre all year, but the concert season runs April–November. Even in the offseason, the venue is worth visiting. Snow highlights its namesake red rocks, there are hiking trails, and you can take a self-guided tour of the open-air amphitheater.
Q:Do you need hiking boots for Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre?
A:That depends: If you’re seeing a show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, a pair of comfortable, closed-toed walking shoes is enough. To explore the hiking trails in the surrounding park—such as the 1.4-mile (2.3-kilometer) Trading Post Trail, or the 6-mile (9.7-kilometer) Red Rocks Trail—you might want sturdier footwear.
Q:What do you wear to Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre?
A:It’s a good idea to wear layers to Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre—especially if you’re seeing a concert. At this elevation, temperatures can drop sharply after sunset, even in summer. Bring a waterproof coat, too, since the shows go on even when it rains. (Umbrellas are not allowed.)