In “Red Rocks: The Concert Years,” author G. Brown traces the colorful and sometimes raucous evolution of the geological marvel that has developed an unparalleled reputation as a performance space.
“Red Rocks: The Concert Years” is no memoir, though author G. Brown has got stories. Instead, Brown painstakingly chronicled the iconic venue with vivid reportage.
After roughly 100 people were injured at the outdoor venue, Coloradans have been quick to blame either the venue or the patrons. Who’s right?
The proposed changes come two months after Denver settled a lawsuit alleging wheelchair-accessible seats were more expensive than nonaccessible seats
By Joseph Pisani, The Associated Press Your palm could soon be your ticket into a concert. Amazon says it is bringing its palm-recognition technology to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver and it will be available at other venues in the coming months. It’s the first time the technology, called Amazon One, will be used […]
Maybe if things get bad enough, something radically good can come of it. Some arts advocates, daring to hope for a change in the presidential administration, believe it’s almost time for a new New Deal for the arts. Michael Bracy, a Washington, D.C., lobbyist who has worked in music policy for 20 years, insists the […]