Here’s every concert coming to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2023 (so far) – The Denver Post

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Grab your earplugs and start planning for summer 2023 concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre — at least if you want to get tickets before shows sell out. (Whether you can even score them, and at a price you can stomach, is another matter entirely.)
After a 2022 season with more than 200 events ranging from concerts to Film on the Rocks and yoga sessions, the Morrison venue will officially reopen for the season on March 31, 2023. That’s before some of its winter renovations will even be complete, and smack in the middle of one our snowiest parts of the year along the Front Range.
Here are the latest shows announced for the Morrison icon, which seats 9,545 people. Most tickets are available through axs.com. Visit redrocksonline.com for updated parking and admission guidelines. Start times vary and are subject to change.
Friday, March 31 — Dabin
Saturday, April 1 — Dom Dolla
Thursday, April 6 — Mersiv
Thursday, April 13 and Friday, April 14 — Subtronics: Cyclops Rocks
Saturday, April 15 — Bob Moses and Ben Böhmer
Sunday, April 23 — Svdden Death
Tuesday, April 25 — Goth Babe
Thursday, April 27 — Gorgon City
Tuesday, May 2 — Hippo Campus
Wednesday, May 3, and Thursday, May 4 — Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit
Sunday, May 14 — John Summit
Monday, May 15 — Dermot Kennedy: The Sonder Tour
Thursday, May 25 — Two Friends
Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28 — Old Dominion
Saturday, June 3, and Sunday, June 4 — Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
Wednesday, June 7, and Thursday, June 8 — King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard (two sets June 8)
Friday, June 9 — Brit Floyd
Wednesday, June 21 — Louis Tomlinson: Faith in the Future
Tuesday, July 18 — Killer Queen
Friday, Aug. 11 — John Pardi
Thursday, Aug. 24 — “1984” the Tribute
Monday, Sept. 18, and Tuesday, Sept. 19 — Arctic Monkeys
Friday, Sept. 22 — Get the Led Out
Wednesday, Sept. 27, and Thursday, Sept. 28 — Tyler Childers
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