Red Rocks to Reopen in April with ZHU Set to Perform Two “DREAMROCKS” Shows

Red Rocks will reopen this April at limited capacity for the first time since the pandemic with ZHU to perform in the first week of May

The iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre will open at a limited capacity of 2,500 persons, in April. The instrumental jam band Lotus are scheduled to bring back live music to the venue for two back-to-back shows on April 23 and 24. This will mark the first time that an audience, albeit at limited capacity will be present at the venue since the start of the pandemic.

While multiple music festivals are set to get back in full swing as they announced lineups and confirmed show dates further down the year from now, Red Rocks isn’t far behind given its cultural significance among the dance music community and others. Skrillex, ILLENIUM, Alison Wonderland, and more have played some incredible sets amidst the illuminating Colorado landscape.

The Grammy-nominated musician ZHU has officially announced his return to Colorado’s world-famous amphitheater. He will take to the stage for a two-night “DREAMROCKS” show on May 3 and 4 where he will debut music from his upcoming album “Dreamland 2021” which is scheduled to release just days before the event on April 30.

Check out the first single ‘Sky Is Crying’ with Yuna from ZHU’s upcoming album “Dreamland 2021” below.

Image Credit: ZHU (via Facebook)

Nik Brown
Dance music lover, love to talk about everything EDM, cats & dogs are both cool, PLUR!

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