While the winter season approaches and music fans head inside, the folks at Red Rocks have already got their sights set on 2020.

*Updated on March 9, 2020, at 10:37 a.m.:

It's never too early to start planning ahead for the 2020 concert season! Red Rocks Amphitheatre is starting to announce its concerts in 2020, and the lineup has gotten us excited for a new year of shows.

More concerts will likely be announced in the coming months, so keep this bookmarked!

Red Rocks 2020 Lineup:

  • January 12 – Hunter James & the Titanic, Logan Thomas
  • January 19 – Beethoven on the Rocks with the Colorado Symphony
  • January 25 – Nothing But Nineties, Zoe Berman
  • January 31 – Icelantic's Winter on the Rocks ft. ZHU, THEY., SNBRN, DJ Matt Cassidy
  • February 2 – Sugar Britches, Joel Ansett
  • February 9 – Stylie, Kayla Marque
  • February 13 – Raquel Garcia
  • February 15 – The Red Petals, Mulewax
  • February 21 – Horizon Line, No Touch
  • February 28 – Dream Feed, Murphy Band
  • March 6 – Sugar Ridge, Oil McCracken
  • March 14 – Last Nerve, Amanda Hawkins
  • March 21 – Glass Cases, Paul Frost, Compass and Cavern

  • April 3 – Red Rocks Season Kickoff
  • April 16 – 420 Wellness Retreat: Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, and Cypress Hill
  • April 17 – Ganja White Night: Boogie T, Dirt Monkey, Stratus B2B Walter Wilde, Computa B2B Matt Doe
  • April 18 – Ganja White Night: Mala, The Widdler, Ternion Sound, Khiva
  • April 19 – Ganja White Night: Caspa, Truth, Mr. Bill, Pushloop
  • April 20 – Ice Cube, Method Man & Redman, Action Bronson
  • April 24 – Church of Galantis: Galantis and 3LAU
  • April 25 – Lotus with Marc Rebillet, Breakbot, Eminence Ensemble
  • April 27 – Five Finger Death Punch with Papa Roach, I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills
  • May 1 – Trevor Hall + Citizen Cope with Rising Appalachia
  • May 2 – Sublime with Rome, Streetlight Manifesto, and more
  • May 5-6 – King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
  • May 7 – Hippie Sabotage with Two Feet and Sebastian Paul
  • May 8-9 – Brantley Gilbert with Chase Rice, Brandon Lay
  • May 10 – Die Antwoord - House of Zef USA Tour
  • May 11 – The 1975, Phoebe Bridgers, and beabadoobee
  • May 13 – Russ with special guests
  • May 16 – Global Dub Festival: Liquid Stranger, Subtronics with Herobust
  • May 17 – KBPI's Birthday Bash with In This Moment, Black Beil Brides, DED
  • May 18 – Hillsong
  • May 19 – I'm Him Part 2 Tour: Kevin Gates, Jay Rock, Mozzy
  • May 22 – The Motet with Turkuaz, Adrian Belew, Rubblebucket
  • May 23 – The Devil Makes Three, Punch Brothers, Charley Crockett
  • May 25 – Jai Wolf, Kasbo, Manila Killa, Claud
  • May 28 – Opiuo + CloZee, LSDREAM, Of The Trees, K+LAB
  • May 29 – Funk on the Rocks: Chromeo, Madeon, Yung Bae, and Benny Strings
  • June 3-4 – Lord Huron with Black Pumas
  • June 5 – Joe Russo's Almost Dead
  • June 6 – Michael Franti & Spearhead with Galactic featuring Anjelica Jelly Joseph and special guests
  • June 7 – Stick Figure
  • June 11 – Brit Floyd
  • June 12 – The Revivalists, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and Neal Francis
  • June 13 – Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Violent Femmes
  • June 16-17 – Glass Animals, Denzel Curry
  • June 18 – Chicago with Rick Springfield
  • June 19-21 – Umphrey's McGee
  • June 23 – Barenaked Ladies with Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket
  • June 24 – Andrew Bird, Calexico and Iron Wine, and Neko Case
  • June 29 – Kraftwerk

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  • July 1 – Above & Beyond Acoustic with the Colorado Symphony
  • July 2-3 – DeadRocks VII: Zeds Dead
  • July 10 – The Avett Brothers with G Love and Special Sauce
  • July 11 – The Avett Brothers with special guests
  • July 12 – The Avett Brothers with Mark Lanegan
  • July 13-14 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Mt. Joy
  • July 16 – Trampled by Turtles, Caamp, Erin Rae
  • July 17-19 – The String Cheese Incident with various guests
  • July 21 – Kaleo, Matt Maeson, Belle Mt.
  • July 22 – Foreigner, Kansas, and Europe: Juke Box Hero Tour
  • July 23 – David Gray - White Ladder: 20th Anniversary Tour
  • July 24-25 – STS9 with various guests
  • July 26 – Colorado Symphony & Chorus: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
  • July 27-28 – Halsey, blackbear, PVRIS
  • July 29 – Goo Goo Dolls, Lifehouse, Forest Blakk
  • July 30 – Dispatch with the Colorado Symphony
  • July 31-August 2 –Tedeschi Trucks Band with St. Paul & the Broken Bones and Gabe Dixon
  • August 6 – Dermot Kennedy with Bishop Briggs and Mallrat
  • August 12-13 – Rüfüs Du Sol with Jon Hopkins
  • August 18 – Lauv with Charlotte Lawrence and Alexander 23
  • August 21 – Big Wild, Bob Moses (Club Set), Crooked Colours, Mild Mind
  • August 22-23 – Reggae on the Rocks
  • August 24 – Steve Miller Band, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, and Gary Mule Deer
  • August 26 – Nathaniel Rateliff with Kevin Morby
  • August 27-28 – Louis the Child, What So Not, Elderbrook, and Memba
  • August 30-31 – The Black Crowes
  • September 1 – Nickelback, Stone Temple Pilots, Switchfoot
  • September 2-3 – Rezz
  • September 6 – KIDZ BOP Live
  • September 12-13 – Brandi Carlile with the Colorado Symphony
  • September 18-20 – Greensky Bluegrass with various guests
  • September 25 – Rowdytown IXL: Gigantic Nghtmre, Goldfish, Covez
  • September 26 – Big Gigantic 3D: Peekaboo, Slenderbodies, Dreamers Delight
  • September 28 – Lynyrd Skynyrd: Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour
  • October 7 – Rascall Flatts: Farewell Tour
  • October 21 – Bikini Kill

Are there other artists you’re hoping will stop by Red Rocks in 2020? Of the shows announced, which one are you the most excited about? Let us know in the comments below. Keep on rocking, Colorado!