Red Rocks Amphitheater FAQ
An Uber can run you over $100, Or for $299 you can get:
- Upgraded SUV
- Transportation to and From Red Rocks
- Room For up to 6 Passengers
- Liquor Store – stop
- Bluetooth, Chairs and a Cooler Included
- Upper North Lot
- Tailgate Host / Driver
- We wait for you, so you may leave your stuff
- No walking up and down the hill
We park in the upper north lot, the locals' favorite spot to park and tailgate at Red Rocks. If you look on the map you can see the different locations available to park, as well as different landmarks around the ampatheater.
Everyone parties in the lot and for the most part it's pretty unregulated, with the exception of glass – do not bring glass. Other than that you are welcome to bring any alcohol in non glass containers and enjoy your beverages responsibly in the parking lot before the show.
Red Rocks is a large park and amphitheater, and there can be a lot of walking when attending a Red Rocks event.
We park as close to the top as we can in the upper north lot, minimizing the amount of steep climbing you will have to do and ensuring the easiest entry and exit possible.
Empty, reusable water bottles e.g., Nalgene bottles, Camelbaks, aluminum bottles (32 oz. or less)
Food for personal consumption only; food must be in a clear plastic bag (one gallon or less), fruit and vegetables must be sliced, plastic utensils only
Blankets, must not extend beyond your ticketed seating area (max size 40″ x 60″)
Stadium seats and seat cushions (must be under 18″ wide, cannot have legs)
Personal cameras without removable lenses, unless prohibited by show
Glass bottles/objects or aluminum cans
Audio or video recording devices, GoPros, 360-degree cameras, and cameras with removable lenses
Weapons of any kind (e.g. guns, knives, chains, studded/spiked jewelry)
Totems (self-crafted, decorated sticks or poles)
Bullhorns and noisemakers
Animals (with the exception of service animals as defined by the ADA)
Full face masks/helmets which obscure the identity of the wearer
In the Red Rocks parking lots, there are actually many easily accessed bathrooms.
In the Upper North lot, where we aim to park, there is a large bathroom facility, as well as a row of port-a-pots.
The lower lots have port-a-pots in each, and the Trading Post has indoor bathroom facilities.
Inside Red Rocks, there are bathrooms at the top and bottom of the venue.
Layers are key to an enjoyable Red Rocks experience.
The weather changes rapidly and unexpectedly in Colorado, and Red Rocks seems to have its own climate!
Don't trust the temperature when/where you are picked up by your Red Rocks Shuttle -
we are going up in elevation and when the sun goes down the temperature may drop
Bring rain gear (poncho, rain coat) and a warm layer, and always wear comfortable shoes to Red Rocks!