Longtime Colorado band Massive Head Todd and the Monsters will play a pair of concert events at Pink Rocks Amphitheatre on Sept. 22, only a day after Colorado singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff ends his Sept. 15-21 run there.
The 5:30 and eight:30 p.m. units, introduced Friday by promoter AEG Presents Rocky Mountains, can be all-ages admission and comply with the general public well being orders set for earlier, public concert events at Pink Rocks this 12 months.
Which means can be restricted to 175 socially distanced, masked individuals, nearly making certain a fast sell-out.
Tickets for the concert events are on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, through axs.com. Tickets are $165 every, plus charges.
The reveals arrive as Pink Rocks is experiencing a late-summer renaissance of reside music. Colorado Symphony was the primary to resume reside, public concert events on the city-owned venue with an acoustic classical collection in August, adopted by Boulder’s Gasoline Lollipops squeezing in two units on Sept. 14.
Following Rateliff’s run this week, Denver Movie additionally plans to proceed utilizing Pink Rocks’ parking zone for its Movie on the Rocks drive-in screenings, in addition to attainable Denver Movie Pageant screenings. However these concert events are a far cry from the 150-plus reveals Pink Rocks was scheduled to host this 12 months.
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