Mar 17, 2024 - Things to Do

Mark your calendar: 16 top Red Rocks concerts in 2024

 James Taylor performs in March 2023. Photo: Stefani Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images

James Taylor performs in March 2023. Photo: Stefani Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images

This year's Red Rocks event calendar is full of major music artists and shows made more special by the unique venue.

Here's a look at the highlights:

April

19: Ice Cube, The Game and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Old school hip-hop is cool again.

27: Sublime with Rome. The farewell tour for the latest iteration of the group.

May

2: Trevor Noah: Off the Record. A little laughter from the former Daily Show host's stand-up show.

13: Gary Clark Jr. and Mavis Staples. Two legends in a legendary place.

27-28: Singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers tours on her new album with two nights at Red Rocks.

June

2-3: The amazing James Taylor returns after a long absence with two nights of shows.

8: Colorado band Big Head Todd and the Monsters revive the '90s with The Wallflowers.

14: Comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short along with bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers.

21-23: Widespread Panic takes over for three nights. Weekend passes available.

30: Rapper Nas appears with the Colorado Symphony in a special showcase.

July

5-7: The annual three-night Avett Brothers stand is a bucket list item.

12-14: The String Cheese Incident plays for three nights without stopping. (No, not really.)

28: Jason Mraz gets amplified in an appearance with the Colorado Symphony.

August

22: "1964" The Tribute celebrates the 60th anniversary of The Beatles arrival in the U.S.

September

1-2: Boulder's Gregory Alan Isakov croons for two nights in the hills.

The intrigue: The most popular event each year is Yoga on the Rocks sessions, which consistently sell out.

Go deeper: What's new at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2024

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