Red Rocks is set to open its doors to thousands of music fans in the coming months.
The iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, which hosted 9,000-strong crowds for the likes of Above & Beyond, Alison Wonderland and Flume before the coronavirus pandemic, is set to open its doors at a reduced capacity for a program of summer concerts.
Flume has announced three career-spanning shows at Red Rocks.
The Australian producer and DJ, born Harley Edward Streten, has revealed that three dates at the iconic open-air amphitheater in Colorado will celebrate "three eras" of his career to date.
Billed as Flume & Friends 2020, the shows will take place across June 8-10th.
Flume will headline Red Rocks alongside fellow DJ/producer Baauer and Future Classic label mate Touch Sensitive on Wednesday 5th July 2017.
Fresh off the heels of his GRAMMY Award win for Best Dance/Electronic album for ‘Skin’, Flume promptly released a follow-up entitled ‘Skin Companion EP II’.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, ten miles from Denver, Colorado, will become home for two new major events this year, titled Sluggtopia and TRAPFEST.
DJ/producer Snails just announced that Red Rocks will host Sluggtopia, a bass festival that will feature the man himself plus NGHTMRE, Joyryde and more.