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  • Saturday night, for only the second time in Coors Field’s history, a major concert rolled in, filling some forty thousand seats in the open air of downtown Denver. The massive stage sat in the center of the outfield, and fans blanketed the field, minus the precious infield. Even to a casual fan, the scale and setting alone was exciting. It had all the grandeur of a show at the Pepsi Center with the charm and comfort of a warm summer night in the open air. Zac Brown Band proceeded to rip through a long evening deep with covers and original hits.

    Zac Brown Band – July 29th – Coors Field

    Saturday night, for only the second time in Coors Field’s history, a major concert rolled in, filling some forty thousand seats in the open air of downtown Denver. The massive stage sat in the center of the outfield, and fans blanketed the field, minus the precious infield. Even to a casual fan, the scale and setting alone was exciting. It had all the grandeur of a show at the Pepsi Center with the charm and comfort of a warm summer night in the open air. Zac Brown Band proceeded to rip through a long evening deep with covers and original hits.

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  • The Wheels of Soul rolled into Red Rocks last weekend and featured two nights of Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, and Hot Tuna.  Despite some rain early on Sunday, the fans got a healthy helping of Roots, Soul, Rock and Blues that featured more collaborations and covers than anyone could have anticipated.  It was a memorable night on The Rocks and one that will likely go down in the lore of the storied venue.

    The Wheels of Soul: Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, Hot Tuna – July 30th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    The Wheels of Soul rolled into Red Rocks last weekend and featured two nights of Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, and Hot Tuna. Despite some rain early on Sunday, the fans got a healthy helping of Roots, Soul, Rock and Blues that featured more collaborations and covers than anyone could have anticipated. It was a memorable night on The Rocks and one that will likely go down in the lore of the storied venue.

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  • The skies cleared last Thursday as they always seem to when Michael Franti & Spearhead comes to town. Dozens of yogis made their way to Red Rocks early to practice some pre-concert yoga with live music by Michael Franti and Vinyasa teachings by Gina Caputo.  After the hour-long class, music lovers made their march up the rocks to kick the night off with HIRIE.  HIRIE was followed by Trevor Hall and finally Franti himself.  From start to finish, his energy was high and he continued to find ways to delight even the most jaded in attendance.

    Michael Franti & Spearhead – July 13th – Red Rocks Amphitheater

    The skies cleared last Thursday as they always seem to when Michael Franti & Spearhead comes to town. Dozens of yogis made their way to Red Rocks early to practice some pre-concert yoga with live music by Michael Franti and Vinyasa teachings by Gina Caputo. After the hour-long class, music lovers made their march up the rocks to kick the night off with HIRIE. HIRIE was followed by Trevor Hall and finally Franti himself. From start to finish, his energy was high and he continued to find ways to delight even the most jaded in attendance.

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  •  Energy was high as fans made their way into the hallowed confines of Red Rocks on Tuesday.  There was an electricity in the air even before the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band took the stage to warm up the crowd.  Beck was in the house and everyone was on pins and needles in anticipation of what this musical chameleon would bring to the stage.  While a light rain threatened to dampen spirits early on, the faithful were not to be deterred and only a few minutes after the music started, the rain drops faded into a memory!

    Beck – July 11th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Energy was high as fans made their way into the hallowed confines of Red Rocks on Tuesday. There was an electricity in the air even before the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band took the stage to warm up the crowd. Beck was in the house and everyone was on pins and needles in anticipation of what this musical chameleon would bring to the stage. While a light rain threatened to dampen spirits early on, the faithful were not to be deterred and only a few minutes after the music started, the rain drops faded into a memory!

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  • Carlos Santana played Red Rocks last Monday like he has so many times before.  Billed as "A Night with Carlos Santana," the overcast, wet night was filled with the hits, giant guitar solos, and the epic American songs that define Santana's legacy.  The night was truly a treat for fans and Carlos alike, as his love of the hallowed venue is no secret as he elaborated in his forward written for the new book Red Rocks - The Concert Years by G. Brown.

    Santana – July 10th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Carlos Santana played Red Rocks last Monday like he has so many times before. Billed as "A Night with Carlos Santana," the overcast, wet night was filled with the hits, giant guitar solos, and the epic American songs that define Santana's legacy. The night was truly a treat for fans and Carlos alike, as his love of the hallowed venue is no secret as he elaborated in his forward written for the new book Red Rocks - The Concert Years by G. Brown.

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  • The Avett Brothers kicked off their annual three-day weekend at Red Rocks last Friday. They have always brought quality opening acts with them to Red Rocks, and this year was no different as Dr. John kicked-off the weekend. What a treat to see an iconic legend at such an iconic venue, it was a perfect match. But not to be outdone, The Avett Brothers brought their commanding stage presence and energy to the stage, and even to the seats as they jumped the rail and ran into the audience to really touched their fans one-on-one.

    The Avett Brothers – July 7th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    The Avett Brothers kicked off their annual three-day weekend at Red Rocks last Friday. They have always brought quality opening acts with them to Red Rocks, and this year was no different as Dr. John kicked-off the weekend. What a treat to see an iconic legend at such an iconic venue, it was a perfect match. But not to be outdone, The Avett Brothers brought their commanding stage presence and energy to the stage, and even to the seats as they jumped the rail and ran into the audience to really touched their fans one-on-one.

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  • The 7th Annual LOHI Music Festival (purchase tickets here) is an urban music and arts street festival being held Saturday, July 15th in the heart of […]

    The LOHI Music Festival on July 15th Features The New Mastersounds, TAUK, & More!

    The 7th Annual LOHI Music Festival (purchase tickets here) is an urban music and arts street festival being held Saturday, July 15th in the heart of […]

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  • Indie singer-songwriter Conor Oberst brought his country-tinged tunes to the Ogden Theater Friday night, showcasing songs spanning his career, from his most recent solo album, Salutations, to older songs from his time with his former band Bright Eyes. Along with his backing band, the Felice Brothers, Oberst delivered a powerful performance that captivated the crowd of mostly 20-somethings.

    Conor Oberst – June 30th – Ogden Theatre

    Indie singer-songwriter Conor Oberst brought his country-tinged tunes to the Ogden Theater Friday night, showcasing songs spanning his career, from his most recent solo album, Salutations, to older songs from his time with his former band Bright Eyes. Along with his backing band, the Felice Brothers, Oberst delivered a powerful performance that captivated the crowd of mostly 20-somethings.

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  • Last Sunday marked the 54th sold-out show for Widespread Panic at Red Rocks.  It's a record they have owned for years and with each year's run of three shows at the end of June, they just keep pushing it out of other band's reach.  The tradition has not only created an untouchable record for the books but, more importantly, an annual family reunion for some of the best fans in the music world.  Sunday's shows was nothing short of a love fest for this colorful group of people.

    Widespread Panic – June 25th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Last Sunday marked the 54th sold-out show for Widespread Panic at Red Rocks. It's a record they have owned for years and with each year's run of three shows at the end of June, they just keep pushing it out of other band's reach. The tradition has not only created an untouchable record for the books but, more importantly, an annual family reunion for some of the best fans in the music world. Sunday's shows was nothing short of a love fest for this colorful group of people.

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  • Any outdoor show can be at least partially defined by the weather and, after a few days of stifling heat, the weather couldn’t have been better for Widespread Panic fans ready to kick off three nights of Panic on The Rocks. The always lively lot scene was in good spirits, with fans sporting hoodies and long sleeves in the cool late afternoon sun.

    Widespread Panic – June 23rd – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Any outdoor show can be at least partially defined by the weather and, after a few days of stifling heat, the weather couldn’t have been better for Widespread Panic fans ready to kick off three nights of Panic on The Rocks. The always lively lot scene was in good spirits, with fans sporting hoodies and long sleeves in the cool late afternoon sun.

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