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  • The 1975

    Apr 30, 2019

  • Interpol

    May 1, 2019

  • Luke Combs

    May 12, 2019

  • Lord Huron

    May 14, 2019

  • Phil Lesh

    May 29, 2019

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The 1975

April 30, 2019

The 1975 are back and better than ever for 2019 with their third album, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships and a brand new tour! The indie four-piece encapsulate all the joy, heartbreak and hate of growing up in their 90-esque electro-pop sound, with their breakthrough album I Like it When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet Unaware Of It sounding like a long-lost soundtrack to a John Hughes movie.

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Interpol

May 1, 2019

Firmly established as one of the pre-eminent indie bands of this era, Interpol's brand of edgy indie has earned the band a wide fan base, with their first two albums - 'Turn On The Bright Lights' and 'Antics' - securing them a top spot in the playlists of music lovers around the world. This year sees the band releasing a new album, Marauder, which is the bands first full-length album since 2014s El Pintor.

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Luke Combs

May 12, 2019

Rising country music star Luke Combs is hitting the road and embarking on his first ever headlining arena tour, Beer Never Broke My Heart. The tour will see Combs joined by country band Lanco and fellow country artist Jameson Rogers who serve as opening acts. The 'Hurricane' singer song-writer will trek across 28 cities, entertaining each one on the way.

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Lord Huron

May 14, 2019

Folk-adjacent indie rock pioneers Lord Huron have made a name for themselves conjuring the mysticism of the American wilderness with eerie, echoing acoustic guitars, haunting vocal harmonies and philosophical lyrics. Don't mist their wistful melodies and reverb-laden Americana-tinged anthems as they hit the road to support the April 20th release of Vide Noir.

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Phil Lesh

May 29, 2019

Though the Grateful Dead laid Jerry Garcia to rest in 1995, the band's pioneering spirit lives on its in remaining members. Founding bass guitarist Phil Lesh continues to uphold their experimental legacy with his own storied solo career, a highlight of which was the creation of the San Rafael, California music venue Terrapin Crossroads. This unique musical meeting place in turn fostered the creation of the Terrapin Family Band, an outfit comprised of friends and family, including Lesh's own son Graeme on guitar.

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, CO 80465

  • Year opened: 1906
  • Capacity: 9450

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