• Red Rocks Concerts: The Ultimate Seating Guide for Colorado's Favorite Music Venue

    Nov 8, 2016 4:10 PM by Alyssa

    Red Rocks Seating Guide

    Located in Morrison, Colo., just west of Denver, Red Rocks Amphitheatre has stood for more than a century as one of the most impressive concert venues the world over. The stage at this outdoor venue is nestled between a series of rock formations that creates perfect acoustics for a one-of-a-kind live music experience that’s not to be missed. Over the years, everyone from The Beatles to U2 to Bassnectar has played here under the Colorado stars. Today, artists from every genre continue to make Red Rocks a leading destination for live music.

     

     

    Jump to the bottom of the page to see an up-to-date Red Rocks concert schedule, or continue reading our seating guide for help deciding where to sit during your next visit.

    Red Rocks Seating Chart

    In the sample Red Rocks seating chart below, you can see the basic layout of the amphitheater. There are 70 rows of wooden bench seating in the venue, including one row at the front and one in the rear with accessible seating options. According to the performer’s preference, these rows can be set up in any combination of general admission and reserved seating. Overall, Red Rocks Amphitheatre can fit about 9,450 fans per concert.

     

     

    Red Rocks Concert Seating Views

    With steeply tiered rows of seats, Red Rocks Amphitheatre provides excellent, unobscured views at every level of the venue. Get an idea of the different vantage points from rows around the amphitheater through the collection of videos and photos below.

    Red Rocks - First Row View

    Of course, if you want to get as close as possible to the show, you’ll want to look for options in Row 1. Fans never regret taking in Red Rocks concerts from the front row, where they can get up close and personal with their favorite musicians.

     

    Red Rocks - Row 18 View

    Row 18 is about a quarter of the way up the Red Rocks seating chart. From this level, fans are close enough to have an intimate view of the band, while also being far enough away to take in a full view of the stage.

     

    Red Rocks - Row 40 View

    A little more than halfway up Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the view of the stage is still full and clear. The acoustics of the natural amphitheater make the concert sound impeccable no matter where you sit.

     

    Red Rocks - Last Row View

    While Row 70 is farthest from the stage, rear seats for Red Rocks concerts give fans a chance to take in the full spectacle of the show, including the intricate concert lighting that plays along the signature surrounding red rocks. Plus, the views of the surrounding scenery really make any upper-level seats worth it.