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Red Rocks Amphitheatre , 18300 West Alameda Parkway, Morrison, 80465, CO

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Red Rocks Amphitheatre Hotels - Courtyard By Marriott Denver West/Golden

Courtyard By Marriott Denver West/Golden

14700 West 6th Avenue, Golden | Area: Denver West (Map)
Very Good, 4.15 Based on 77 reviews
Show Prices Promos Available
6.4 miles from Red Rocks Amphitheatre ( 13 mins )
- Ian K: "The staff were great - they accommodated us early and the room was very clean and very nice."
Accommodation near Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Denver Marriott West

Denver Marriott West

1717 Denver West Boulevard, Golden | Area: Denver West (Map)
Very Good, 4.2 Based on 42 reviews
6.8 miles from Red Rocks Amphitheatre ( 12 mins )
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Accommodation - Hampton Inn Denver-West/Golden

Hampton Inn Denver-West/Golden

17150 West Colfax Avenue, Golden | Area: Denver West (Map)
Excellent, 4.35 Based on 10 reviews
Show Prices Promos Available
5.2 miles from Red Rocks Amphitheatre ( 12 mins )
- Scot: "Very friendly and clean. Extremely comfortable bedding."
Hotels near Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Table Mountain Inn

Table Mountain Inn

1310 Washington Avenue, Golden | Area: Denver West (Map)
Excellent, 4.35 Based on 19 reviews
7.3 miles from Red Rocks Amphitheatre ( 15 mins )
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Red Rocks Amphitheatre Reviews

Red Rocks Amphitheatre Reviews

This venue is ranked #1 of 1 rated venue in Golden

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4.5

Overall Average Score: Excellent | 4.5 out of 5

from 11 reviews

81% Recommend

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Pleasant | 3 out of 5

BY: SCobb, Craig

Buy General Admission and get there early - there isn't a bad seat in the house. You can pick your seats, put down a blanket and be very comfortable. You are squished in Assigned seating. Be prepared for the smoke. They require cigarette smokers to go to the outside stair areas, but if you are smoking pot, just light up right where you are. For anyone who has allergies, sensitivities or has to take a U.I., it is miserable. For this reason, I would not bring a young child. Also, concessions are pricey - very very pricey. Plan on a very slow exit. If you get parking close to the entrance it will take a solid hour to exit the venue and get to the main road. Have water and munchies ready for the wait. Overall, the venue is like no other, and that is the only reason we attend concerts there - it is breathtaking.

Pros:  Obviously the location is breathtaking and the seating is great - especially General Admission.
Cons:  The open 'pot smoking' was way out of control. If you don't want to go home 'high' - don't go.
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Very Good | 4 out of 5

BY: Krista, Las Vegas

Pros:  There were no bad seats in the venue and the sound was awesome!
Cons:  We had 5:30 reservations at the Ship Rock Grille. We were told we need to stand at the back of the concert line to get into the concert. We were late for our reservation and nobody at the restaurant, including the manager, cared. We had to take the risk of missing the beginning of the concert. It made the reservation not worth it and was only a hassle! Eat before you go.
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Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Scot, Orlando

Pros:  Very friendly and clean. Extremely comfortable bedding.
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Pleasant | 3 out of 5

BY: Des, Santa Fe

This amphitheater was disappointing. I had high expectations because of rave reviews. However, arriving at the amphitheater, I realized I was in for a hike. Climbing the stairs constantly to get into the amphitheater, then to get to your seat, and again if you wanted a drink or to use the restroom was just irritating. It also rained quite heavily during the show making the stairs slippery. Poor lighting on the stairs made it even more difficult to navigate. Attendants were less then helpful when we got lost trying to find our car. Perhaps I would have had a better time if the rain hadn't caused so much havoc.

Pros:  Beautiful atmosphere.
Cons:  There are so many stairs! Any time you need to get a drink, or use the restroom, it requires a hike.
5

Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Dustin, Albuquerque

Pros:  Amazing place with amazing people.
Cons:  None.
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Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Kenneth, Salina

The venue and show was awesome - can't wait to return for another wonderful experience.

Pros:  Best place to see concerts - had a wonderful time.
5

Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Jackie, Thornton

All was excellent and will do it all again!

Pros:  Super close to the hotel (Hampton Inn Denver-West/Golden).
Cons:  Nothing negative about Red Rocks.
5

Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Cyrene, Sacramento

Pros:  Red Rocks is my new favorite venue! The museum was awesome, and the venue was just amazing. I love it.
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Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Kelly, Colorado Springs

Love, love, love this venue, best I have ever been to.

Pros:  Wonderful place; wonderful staff.
Cons:  Nothing.
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Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Michael C, Boulder CO

I spent most of my summer here last year and it was great - no matter the concert, I always had a wonderful time.

Pros:  Well organized, great staff and amazing surroundings
Cons:  Not enough Porta Potties
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Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison

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How to get there...

Directions to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison
From the North-
Take Interstate-70 West to the Morrison exit (#259). Turn left and travel South 1.5 miles to the park entrance.

From the South-
Take Highway 285 to C470. Take the Morrison exit and travel West to the park entrance.
Parking at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison
Parking is available on site. Price is included in the price of your ticket. Parking lots usually open 1/2 hour prior to door time. Come early to avoid traffic hassles and to get the best parking and best access to seating. Selected shows will have parking open earlier than the standard. Patrons are asked to follow directions of parking personnel and park as close as possible to other cars.

**NOTE** NO OVERNIGHT CAMPING PERMITTED!!

NOTE: Do not park on the Highway, at entrances to the Park, on private property, Alameda Parkway, or in the town of Morrison. Each of these areas is patrolled and you will be towed.

Handicapped parking: Designated accessible parking for persons with disabilities is in two locations. Please check your tickets for the locations of your seats before parking. For access to the top of the amphitheatre, Row 70, parking is available in the Top Circle Lot. For access to the front row, Row 1, the parking is at the Upper South Lot. A valid, appropriate handicap placard or license plate is required to park in a space identified as reserved for persons with disabilities. All park entrances can access all parking lots.

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