Nestled between two giant sandstone monoliths that form a natural acoustic environment, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is unlike any performance space in the world. The unique outdoor venue has attracted hundreds of legendary performers, and the upcoming season will add exciting events like OAR to the already impressive list. Continue reading for answers to frequently asked questions about this venue in Red Rocks Park.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Seating Information
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is an entirely outdoor venue comprised of 9,450 seats in one group of 70 rows. The majority of performances split the main area into two sections--reserved and general admission--but the row numbers containing each section may change for each performer. At other times, an event may consist of entirely general admission seating. Check out the Red Rocks Amphitheatre seating chart on this page to see the precise layout for OAR.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre General Information
Large bags and coolers, unsealed beverages, lawn chairs, and professional cameras are prohibited at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, but food, factory sealed non-alcoholic beverages, personal cameras, and folding strollers are all generally allowed for concerts. Though rules may change depending on the artist, children under the age of two are usually admitted without a ticket. Despite being a completely uncovered venue, all shows are scheduled to occur regardless of the weather.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Parking Information
Six parking lots inside Red Rocks Park are located within walking distance of the amphitheater, and staff will be on site to direct traffic. Parking is typically built into the cost of your OAR tickets.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Gate Times
Gates usually open about an hour and a half before the show, while the parking lots begin accommodating guests about two hours prior. Tailgating is permitted in the lots once open, although alcohol, open flame fires, and charcoal grills are prohibited.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Accessibility
Red Rocks Amphitheatre offers two areas of accessible seating, one each at the top and bottom of the seating areas. Accessible parking is also available at each performance. Please contact the Red Rocks Amphitheatre staff before the concert to address any particular accessibility needs.