The famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo., has announced plans to reopen this spring at a limited capacity. With state approval, the 9,500-capacity venue will host shows with 2,500 guests starting in April.
Shows will resume on April 23-24 with a two-night run from Lotus, followed by two nights of Trevor Hall from April 29-30. Other artists scheduled to play include ZHU, Hippie Sabotage, Brantley Gilbert, Michael Franti and more.
This year also marks the venue’s 80th anniversary, as shows return with strict safety guidelines. All events currently scheduled will be socially distanced and require all attendees to wear masks. Fans will be cordoned off into four sections that will be designated by specific wristbands. Every other row of the amphitheater will be blocked off to help create distance and groups cannot exceed six people. Concessions will be open for upcoming shows.