Red Rocks approved to reopen at 2,500 capacity

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A little over a month after Denver Arts and Venues announced that it was seeking the Colorado health department’s approval to allow Red Rocks Amphitheatre to reopen in the spring, the outdoor venue has been cleared to resume at a 2,500-capacity. Though Red Rocks Amphitheatre has not yet specified the date that the location will formally reopen, venue personnel confirmed via Twitter that they would be “welcoming back” attendees for “a fantastic 80th anniversary summer,” with further announcements “soon” to come. The first event in Red Rocks’ 2021 calendar is currently scheduled for April 23.

Amid the news of Red Rocks’ imminent reopening comes ZHU‘s announcement of DREAMROCKS. The two-date run of shows, to stretch across May 3 – 4, will serve as a preemptive celebration of DREAMLAND 2021, due April 30. ZHU shared the LP’s lead single, “Sky Is Crying,” on March 26. Tickets to DREAMROCKS are available here.

Red Rocks Amphitheatre will open, with State approval, at a capacity of 2,500 people! You should see announcements soon 👀We’re so excited about the imminent return of live music to #RedRocksCO, and look forward to welcoming you back for a fantastic 80th anniversary summer 🤘

— Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre (@RedRocksCO) March 30, 2021

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