The venue is looking forward to the 2021 season.

*Updated on June 30, 2021:

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is preparing for the 2021 concert season after having to cancel shows and close for the season early last fall due to COVID-19. The current schedule for 2021 spans from April 22 through November 14, and the venue will be opening at 2,500 capacity.

See below for the complete lineup or visit the Red Rocks home page for the most up-to-date listings and to buy tickets. All 2021 dates are subject to change.

Red Rocks 2021 Schedule:

  • April 22 - Lotus
  • April 23 - Lotus
  • April 24 - Lotus
  • April 25 - Lotus
  • April 29 - Trevor Hall, Cas Haley
  • April 30 - Trevor Hall, Cas Haley
  • May 1 - Kaytranada with Sango and Lou Phelps
  • May 2 - Kaytranada with Sango and Lou Phelps 
  • May 3 - Zhu with Manic Focus
  • May 4 - Zhu with Marvel Years
  • May 5 - Zhu with Kill Paris
  • May 6 - SunSquabi
  • May 7 - Leftover Salmon
  • May 8 - Leftover Salmon
  • May 9 - Zhu
  • May 10 - Zhu
  • May 11 - Zhu
  • May 12 - Diplo, Sidepiece
  • May 13 - Diplo, Sidepiece
  • May 14 - The Movement, The Expendables with DEMN, Howi Spangler x Brandon Hardesty
  • May 15 - Osees with LFZ
  • May 16 - Lucero, Shane Smith & the Saints
  • May 22 - Mt. Joy, Del Water Gap
  • May 23 - Colorado Symphony: The Music of John Williams
  • May 25 - Colorado Symphony: The Music of John Williams
  • May 26 - The Floozies, Maddy O'Neal, Bad Snacks
  • May 27 - Andy Frasco & The U.N., Keller Williams, John Craigie
  • May 28 - The Disco Biscuits
  • May 29 - The Disco Biscuits
  • May 30 - The Disco Biscuits
  • May 31 - Ben Harper
  • June 1 - 3OH!3
  • June 2 - Papadosio, Dirtwire and Bluetech
  • June 3 - Tennis, Caroline Brunch
  • June 4 - The Motet with Eric Krasno, Antwaun Stanley, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman & Jason Hann
  • June 5 - Michael Franti & Spearhead with Satsang
  • June 6 - Michael Franti & Spearhead with Satsang
  • June 8 - Bob Weir and Wolf Bros
  • June 9 - Bob Weir and Wolf Bros
  • June 10 - Brit Floyd
  • June 11 - The Revivalists with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Neal Francis
  • June 12 - Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Hazel Miller and the Collective
  • June 13 - Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Hazel Miller and the Collective
  • June 15 - The Last Podcast on the Left
  • June 16 - Grace Potter
  • June 17 - An Evening with Chicago and their Greatest Hits
  • June 22 - Barenaked Ladies with Gin Blossoms, Toad the Wet Sprocket
  • June 30–July 1 - Dirty Heads

  • July 2 - Zeds Dead
  • July 3 - Zeds Dead
  • July 4 - Blues Traveler
  • July 5 - Dark Star Orchestra
  • July 7 - Lindsey Stirling
  • July 8 - Aretha: A Tribute with the Colorado Symphony
  • July 9–11 - The Avett Brothers
  • July 12–13 - Billy and the Kids
  • July 14–15 - Trampled by Turtles
  • July 16–18 - The String Cheese Incident
  • July 21 - Bonobo
  • July 22 - Orville Peck and Yola
  • July 23 - STS9 with Shpongle, MIZE
  • July 24 - STS9 with Tycho DJ Set, Chrome Sparks
  • July 25 - Guster with Colorado Symphony, The Lone Below
  • July 27 - The Eye Strikes Back
  • July 28 - Seven Lions with MitiS, Gem & Tauri, Andrew Bayer
  • July 29 - Brit Floyd
  • July 30 - Tedeschi Trucks Band with St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Gabe Dixon
  • July 31 - Tedeschi Trucks Band with St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Gabe Dixon
  • August 1 - Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit with Lucinda Williams
  • August 3–4 - Casting Crows
  • August 5 - Dermot Kennedy with Bishop Briggs, Mallrat
  • August 6–7 - Tipper
  • August 8–9 - Joe Bonamassa
  • August 10 - Wilco & Sleater-Kinney with Nnamdï
  • August 11–12 - Rufus du Sol
  • August 13 - Wu-Tang Clain
  • August 14–15 - Slightly Stoopid
  • August 16 - Not Our First Rodeo, with Yo-Yo Ma and more
  • August 17 - Quinn XCII
  • August 18 - Sebastian Maniscalo
  • August 19 - 1964 The Tribute
  • August 20 - Big Wild with Bob Moses (Club Set), Crooked Colours, Mild Minds
  • August 21–22 - Reggae on the Rocks
  • August 23–24 - Nathaniel Rateliff
  • August 26–27 - Louis the Child
  • August 29–30 - The Black Crowes
  • September 1 - Wiz Khalifa
  • September 2–3 - Rezz
  • September 4 - Said the Sky
  • September 5 - Jonas Brothers
  • September 6 - GRIZ
  • September 7&9 - Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band
  • September 8 - Bert Kreischer
  • September 10 - Needtobreathe
  • September 11–12 - Brandi Carlile with the Colorado Symphony
  • September 13 - Death Cab for Cutie
  • September 14–15 - Alison Wonderland
  • September 16 - Bill Burr
  • September 17–19 - Greensky Bluegrass
  • September 20–21 - Khruangbin
  • September 22 - Portugal, The Man
  • September 23 - Get the Led Out
  • September 24–25 - Rowdytown IX
  • September 26 - Lake Street Dive with The Wood Brothers
  • September 27 - Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • September 28 - Modest Mouse
  • September 29–30 - Tyler Childers

  • October 1 - Bill Burr
  • October 2 - 311
  • October 3 - Watchouse
  • October 5 - Heilung
  • October 6 - Leon Bridges
  • October 7–9 - Illenium
  • October 10 - Opiuo and Clozee
  • October 14–15 - Lane 8
  • October 16 - Midland
  • October 17 - Black Tiger Sex Machine
  • October 18 - Machine Gun Kelly
  • October 21–22 - Above & Beyond
  • October 23 - Dreamville on the Rocks ft. J.I.D.
  • October 27 - G-Eazy
  • October 28 - Blackberry Smoke
  • October 30 - Flatbush Zombies
  • November 4–5 - Deadmau5
  • November 12–14 - Ganja White

Are you excited to see the lineup at Red Rocks for 2021? Any artists you'd like to see added to the schedule? Comment below.