Red Rocks ampitheater

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Red Rocks ampitheater Morrison Reviews

sandyincolorado sandyinc…
3 reviews
Best place to experience a concert! Mar 26, 2011
If you're ever in Colorado, make sure you go visit Red Rocks Amphitheater about 20-25 minutes west of Downtown Denver! Even if you don't actually get to go to a concert there, it's an amazing sight to see. They're open during the day for a free self-guided tour of the place.

There's also a free museum there with a wall of major artists that have performed there. Anyone who's worth listening to will agree that it's among their favorite places to perform, given the natural beauty and acoustics of the magnificent, HUGE, red rocks.

Very highly recommended! A must see!
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crystalware crystalw…
53 reviews
Red Rocks Ampitheater Aug 17, 2008
This is one amazing stage! This natural ampitheater was created by two large rocks on either side of the man-made stage. The views you get here are just amazing - the Denver skyline and Bear Creek Lake Park look stunning. The scenery is beautiful with all the natural red rock in the surrounding area. I can't wait to attend a concert in this venue.


The website has a great background on the history and geology of the area as well as concert listings.
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melcol melcol
1 reviews
Apr 06, 2007
This outdoor venue is life changing! It is rated the most acousticly perfect ampitheater in the world. With towering natural red rock to make the theater, and views of Denver's beautiful city below, and listen to the great bands. Awesome!!!
PhinsAndGills says:
I was there last year! It's is very beautiful. I have a picture of it in my blog. I couldn't get over the people who were excercising by running up and down the atairs! Being from Ohio, I was struggling to go up 5 steps and breathe! HA!
Posted on: Jun 13, 2007

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