I was just looking at tickets. Gave me a headache trying to figure out if I buy wheelchair access for Marla if I can sit with her or I have to stay out of the handicap zone?
And I don't understand the smart phone ticket buying at all.
Apparently there are some spots available in row 1 for wheelchairs.
I'll look again tomorrow.
I doubt she'd travel anyhow. Google say's 11 hours from me which ain't bad in the Caddy.
It looks to me like the two day passes are long gone, but still selling a variety of spots for 79.00 to close to $600.00
$350.00 or so for VIP backstage tickets with party time & other goodies to take home like signed posters & such.
I could be wrong. Like I say it's all new to me.
The last concert we went to was Mitch Ryder & the Detroit wheels & Eric Burden & the Animals.
If you are going to see just about anyone live at an outdoor venue - there's no disputing it - Red Rocks is the place. My wife & I have seen a lot of shows at outdoor venues over the years and there is something about Red Rocks that creates an atmosphere and acoustic environment like no other.
Yes. You can sneak in from the south - Highway 470 - without going anywhere near Downtown Denver OR
drop down from the Boulder Area - which again, avoids Denver altogether. The whole highway network around Denver is just a big loop arrangement.
Highway 400 across to US 50 is a great drive to Colorado from your general vicinity. Well, I mean once you get over to the Joplin area to start off...
But you can also take I-70 across and cut off before getting near Denver proper, and squirrel your way to 470 from the south.