Red Rocks Amphitheatre Schedule: Red Rocks 2021 Calendar
Red Rocks Amphiteatre 2021 Calendar
After a crazy year of cancellations and very few limited-capacity special engagements, there is nothing better than to see the release of a 2021 Red Rocks Calendar!
Of course, we were all taught in 2020 to take all calendars and plans with a grain of salt, remember to be flexible, and expect sudden changes.
But we can’t help but feel the optimism and excitement of the mere possibility of a return to a full summer of concerts at Red Rocks!
The Red Rocks Amphitheatre concert schedule is one of the most awaited calendars of the year in normal circumstances. Vacations and trips are planned around the concert and events that occur each year at this iconic Colorado music venue.
Sitting in the gorgeous Red Rocks Park, Red Rocks Amphitheatre boasts incredible sound, stunning views unlike any other concert venue, and a lineup of entertainment choices that literally provides something for everyone.
As with most years, the 2021 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Calendar is loaded with the best artists in the world, spanning all genres and mediums.
JAM FAVORITES: The Rocks will be lit when some of the best in jam, jamgrass and funk come to town. 2021 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre will feature Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Stick Figure, Greensky Bluegrass, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Trampled By Turtles.
And the list goes on with amazing performances all season at Red Rocks Amphitheatre!
The 2021 Red Rocks Calendar will also feature Brantley Gilbert, Lord Huron, Michael Franti and Spearhead, The Revivalists, Barenaked Ladies, Zeds Dead, The Avett Brothers, David Gray, STS9, Goo Goo Dolls, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Slightly Stoopid, Brandi Carlile and the Colorado Symphony, Mandolin Orange, and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – to name just a few!!
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The Red Rocks Amphitheatre 2021 Schedule*
*All dates are subject to change. As with everything in the post-pandemic world, stay flexible with your plans!
April 16 – Ganja White Night (rescheduled from 4/17)
April 17 – Ganja White Night (rescheduled from 4/18)
April 18 – Ganja White Night (rescheduled from 4/19)
April 23 – Galantis and 3Lau with Mat Zo, KLO
April 30 – Trevor Hall/Citizen Cope with Rising Appalachia
May 6 – Hippie Sabotage with Two Feet, Sebastian Paul
May 7 – Brantley Gilbert with Chase Rice, Brandon Lay
May 8 – Brantley Gilbert with Chase Rice, Brandon Lay
May 9 – Die Antwoord 2021
May 11 – Russ with Benny The Butcher, Bia, and Rugus
May 15 – Global Dub Festival, Liquid Stranger, Subtronics, and special guest Herobust
May 30 – Ziggy Marley, Stephen Marley, Ben Harper, The Innocent Criminals
June 2 – Lord Huron with Black Pumas
June 3 – Lord Huron with Black Pumas
June 4 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
June 5 – Michael Franti & Spearhead with Galactic featuring Anjelika
June 6 – Stick Figure with very special guests
June 10 – Brit Floyd
June 11 – The Revivalists with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Neal Francis
June 12 – Big Head Todd and The Monsters with Violent Femmes
June 15 – Glass Animals with Denzel Curry
June 16 – Glass Animals with Denzel Curry
June 17 – An Evening With Chicago and Their Greatest Hits
June 22 – Barenaked Ladies with Gin Blossoms, Toad the Wet Sprocket
June 23 – Andrew Bird and Calexico and Iron & Wine
July 1 – Dirty Heads with G. Love & Special Sauce
July 2 – Zeds Dead
July 3 – Zeds Dead
July 7 – Lindsey Stirling with Kiesza, MAKO
July 9 – The Avett Brothers with G. Love & Special Sauce
July 10 – The Avett Brothers with Rachael & Vilray
July 11 – The Avett Brothers with Mark Lenagan
July 12 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise with Mt. Joy
July 13 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise with Mt. Joy
July 15 – Trampled by Turtles / Caamp
July 19 – Kaleo with Matt Maeson and Belle Mt.
July 21 – Foreigner
July 22 – David Gray
July 23 – STS9 with Shpongle, MIZE
July 24 – STS9 with Tycho DJ Set, Chrome Sparks
July 25 – Colorado Symphony & Chorus Perform: Beethoven 9
July 26 – Halsey with blackbear and PVRIS
July 27 – Halsey with blackbear and PVRIS
July 28 – Goo Goo Dolls with Lifehouse, Forest Black
July 30 – Tedeschi Trucks Band with St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Gabe Dixon
July 31 – Tedeschi Trucks Band with St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Gabe Dixon
Aug. 1 – Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit with Lucinda Williams
Aug. 5 – Dermot Kennedy: Without Fear Tour with Bishop Briggs, Mallrat
Aug. 8 – Joe Bonamassa
Aug. 9 – Joe Bonamassa
Aug. 10 – Wilco & Sleater-Kinney (rescheduled from 2020)
Aug. 11 – Rufus Du Sol
Aug. 12 – Rufus Du Sol
Aug. 14 – Slightly Stoopid with Pepper, Common Kings, Don Carlos
Aug. 15 – Slightly Stoopid with Citizen Cope, Fortunate Youth, The Hip Abduction
Aug. 19 – “1964” The Tribute
Aug. 26 – Big Wild with Bob Moses (Club Set), Crooked Colours, Mild Minds
Aug. 21 – Reggae on the Rocks with Rebelution, Steel Pulse, Inner Circle, The Green, Israel Vibration, Keznamdi, Judge Roughneck, DJ Mackle
Aug. 22 – Reggae on the Rocks with Rebelution, Steel Pulse, Third World, The Green, Mykal Rose, Keznamdi, Judge Roughneck, DJ Mackle
Aug. 23 – A Special Evening of Music with Nathaniel Rateliff
Aug. 24 – A Special Evening of Music with Nathaniel Rateliff
Aug. 26 – Louis The Child
Aug. 27 – Louis The Child
Aug. 29 – The Black Crowes
Aug. 30 – The Black Crowes
Sept. 2 – Rezz with Rusko Lucii, Champagne Dip, Meso, sfam
Sept. 3 – Rezz with Lo, Golden Features, Ivy Lab, X&G, Sara Landry
Sept. 5 – Kidz Bop World Tour 2021
Sept. 6 – Maren Morris with James Arthur
Sept. 7 – Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band
Sept. 9 – Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band
Sept. 11 – Brandi Carlile with The Colorado Symphony, Tanya Tucker
Sept. 12 – Brandi Carlile with The Colorado Symphony, Tanya Tucker
Sept. 15 – Alison Wonderland
Sept. 17 – Greensky Bluegrass with Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
Sept. 18 – Greensky Bluegrass with Circles Around the Sun
Sept. 19 – Greensky Bluegrass with Railroad Earth
Sept. 23 – Get The Led Out
Sept. 24 – Rowdytown IX: Gigantic Nghtmre with GoldFish, Covex
Sept. 25 – Rowdytown IX: Gigantic Nghtmre with Peekaboo, slenderbodies, Dreamers Delight
Sept. 26 – Lake Street Drive with special guests the Wood Brothers
Sept. 27 – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Oct. 3 – Mandolin Orange with The Tallest Man on Earth, Bonny Light Horseman
Oct. 5 – Heilung
Oct. 10 – Opiuo and Clozee with LSDREAM, Of The Trees, K+L
Oct. 11 – King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard with Leah Senior
Oct. 12 – King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard with Leah Senior
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