Here’s a look at Red Rocks Amphitheater’s concert schedule for 2022

A new year is here and that means another round of shows will take place at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado. Having been the most attended and most visited music venue in the world in 2021, Red Rocks already has more than 50 evenings of shows scheduled for 2022.

Here’s a rundown of what’s happening starting January 7, and more shows will likely be added as the summer concert season approaches:

  • January 28 — Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks with Diplo, Sofi Tukker, Talib Kweli, DJ Matt Cassidy and Jacoby
  • April 14 — Gorgon City
  • April 15—Nghtmr: Into the Drmvrse
  • April 16 — Kevin Gates, Gucci Mane, with Young Nudy, Jackboy
  • April 17 — John Mulaney: From Scratch (two shows)
  • April 20 – 420 on the Rocks: Pepper, Method Man & Redman, Prof, Collie Buddz, DENM, The Underachievers, Keznamdi
  • April 22 — Galantis, 3LAU, Mat Sun, KLO
  • April 23 – Lotus, Cut Copy, STRFKR (DJ set)
  • April 24 — Dom Dolla
  • April 28-29 – Trevor Hall, Citizen Cope, featuring Rising Appalachia, (plus Gone Gone Beyond only on April 28)
  • April 30 — Sublime with Rome
  • May 3-4 – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Waxahatchee
  • May 5 — Hippie sabotage
  • May 6-7 — Brantley Gilbert
  • May 9 — Russia
  • May 14-15 – Turnpike Troubadors, with spades and rope, reckless Kelly
  • May 16—Kaleo
  • May 21 — Global Dub Festival featuring Peekaboo, Dirty Monkey, ATliens, Buku B2B Esseks, Space Wizard, and Zia
  • May 26 — The Infamous Stringdusters & The California Honeydrops
  • May 28 — Funk on the Rocks: Chromeo, Purple Disco Machine, Blue DeTiger, Jim-E Stack
  • May 29 — Ziggy Marley & Stephen Marley, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
  • June 1-2—Lord Huron
  • June 3 — Joe Russo is nearly dead
  • June 4 — Michael Franti & Spearhead
  • June 9 — Brit Floyd (Pink Floyd tribute band)
  • June 10—The Revivals
  • June 11 – Big Head Todd and the Monsters
  • June 12—Tash Sultana
  • June 14-15 — Glass Animals
  • June 16 — Chicago, Brian Wilson
  • June 20 – Tribunes, Wolf Alice
  • June 21 — Barenaked Ladies, Gin Blossoms, Toad the Wet Sprocket
  • June 22 — Andrew Bird and Iron & Wine and Neko Case
  • June 28 — Trombone Shorty, with Tank and the Bangas, Big Freedia, Cyril Neville, George Porter Jr. and Dumstaphunk and the Soul Rebels
  • June 30 — Kraftwerk 3-D
  • July 11-12 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise, with Briston Maroney
  • July 14 – Trampled by Turtles, with Ruston Kelly
  • July 19 — Killer Queen (Queen tribute band)
  • July 21 — David Gray
  • July 22-23 — STS9
  • July 27 – Goo Goo Dolls, Blue October
  • July 29-30 – Tedeschi Trucks Band, Los Lobos, Gabe Dixon
  • Aug 17 – Mt. Joy
  • August 25 – 1964: The Tribute (Beatles tribute band)
  • September 9-10 – Brandi Carlile, Lucius (September 9,), The Indigo Girls (September 10), and Allison Russell (both nights)
  • September 15—The Head and the Heart
  • September 22 — Get the Led Out (Led Zeppelin tribute band)
  • October 10-11 — King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
  • October 22 — Midland, Hailey Whitters, Jackson Dean

Red Rocks currently has a mask policy for indoor spaces. Some shows may have testing or vaccine requirements. Additional details regarding the impact of COVID-19 can be found here and a breakdown of the guidelines related to COVID-19 can be found here.

Which show are you most looking forward to this year? Let us know in the comments section.

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