Why Music and Film on the Rocks?
Imagine watching your favourite bands or your most cherished movies in an open-air amphitheatre high in the Rocky Mountains… well, thanks to Music and Film on the Rocks you can!
Perched high above Denver, Colorado, the Amphitheatre consists of two, three hundred-foot, 250 million-year-old monoliths that work together to provide acoustic perfection for any performance...
This summer's events include Michael Franti and Spearhead, The Barenaked Ladies, Bryan Adams, David Byrne, Sarah McLachlan and The Avett Brothers. Late summer's highlights include Seal with the Colorado Symphony, Lucero, Jackson Brown and stand-up comedy from Steve Martin and Martin Short. If that’s not enough...
What? What else is coming that's so special?
Film fanatics can kick back and breathe in the night sky with cinematic classics as Film On The Rocks continues its sell-out tradition at the iconic national historic landmark. What started 18 years ago with a screening of The Godfather has grown into a stellar, al fresco event which has attracted over 65,000 eager film fans. Why go to the multiplex when you can watch your favourite classic movies under the stars?
All film performances are preceded by a comedian and a band, and with tickets from just $15, be sure to click on that link, y’all!
- Watch your favourite bands and movies in The Rocky Mountains
- Acoustically enhanced by nature, open-air amphitheatre
- Two, three hundred-foot, 250 million-year-old monoliths
- Movie nights come with warm-up comedian and band
- Food and beer available and entry from $15!
- Life of Riley's idea of a little slice of heaven