This week we are going to see Yelp reviews of Red Rocks Park and Ampitheatre, located at 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, CO 80465. Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a geological phenomenon – the only naturally-occurring, acoustically perfect amphitheatre in the world. From Sting and The Beatles, to opera stars and U2, every artist aspires to play on this magical, spiritual and emotional stage. Red Rocks Amphitheatre is owned and operated by the City and County of Denver’s Arts & Venues Division.
Few of the top reviews are given below:
Claire from Denver, CO says, “Breath taking! It’s beautiful here!!! Everyone who visits Colorado must go here. I’ve never seen something so beautifully constructed by mother nature (besides grand canyon) but this is a sight to see. Two large monoliths (rock formations) enclose a beautiful amphitheater, which enables acoustics to generate magnificently throughout the theater. Open aired concerts, events and movies are played here from summer to fall. The seating was constructed like stairs not chairs. During weekends, the locals come use the stadium seating as exercise. They use the trails for hiking. The entire park is so amazing to take in, it’s huge! I promise you, watching a concert here, is like nothing else. There is available parking in 3 areas, the bottom near the gift shop, the middle near the bridge (you can use the bridge to hike up to the lower part of the amphitheater) or the upper area (where it’s easily accessible to the sights, museum and restaurant). The museum is very informative. Take a quick look, you’ll find the music area interesting. There is a restaurant though it closes early. Good for brunch, lunch and late lunch.”
Louisa from Vernon Rockville, CT says, “Such a BEAUTIFUL place. The amphitheatre is HUGE. They have 70 rows of seats with 100+ seats per row. I went during the day to visit. There were so many people exercising at the amphitheatre. I was motivated to run too, if I had the proper attire. There are 390+ steps from the top of the amphitheatre to the Trading Post Road. 190+ stairs from the top of the amphitheatre to the stage. Excellent place to workout. Outdoor seating. Planning to come back for a show. Also, they have several trails in the park to hike. My husband and I went on the Trading Post Trail. Lots of scenery. Only 1.4 miles long. Beware, if you go downhill, you will need to eventually hike back uphill. Have on good shoes, a bottle of water, and sunblock. Has very minimal shade. Definitely a place to visit. The view is breath-taking.”
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