The music venue could be allowed to sell more tickets as COVID-19 numbers improve.

One of the first signs of normalcy is returning to Colorado: Red Rocks is opening at the end of April. Capped at a 2,500 capacity, the venue was given state permission to sell more tickets as conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic get better. Before the pandemic, Red Rocks had a 9,500 capacity. 

The exact details about the venue's reopening are not yet released. Still, attendees should expect to continue following masks and physical distancing guidelines. 

After Red Rocks closed for the better part of 2020, the venue still held several virtual events, including a September series called "Red Rocks Unpaused." The venue also had drive-in movies to take in revenue and keep people entertained while at a safe distance. 

In February, the amphitheater released its 2021 lineup in the hopes of being able to put on regular shows. Check out its lineup here. The lineup is likely to change as capacity limits hinder acts that can't play for smaller capacities. Those acts will be rescheduled for 2022. 

The return of live events is a promising outlook, especially as Coors Field also plans to reopen for Rockies games, hosting at least 21,000 fans. 

As COVID-19 improves throughout the state, officials are hopeful capacity limits will be further raised. 

Also, the recently revised COVID Dial went into effect for many counties on March 25, eliminating most outdoor restrictions for several counties in Colorado. 

What event are you most excited about at Red Rocks this year? Let us know in the comments.