Bad Company & Joe Walsh at Red Rock Amphitheatre

Bad Company & Joe Walsh Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO

Bad Company & Joe Walsh comes to Red Rocks Amphitheater on Sunday 15th May 2016

Let the good times roll with BAD COMPANY! This may sound like a paradox, but this superband is raring and ready to transport you back in time to relive the magic of classic rock, along with co-headlining act JOE WALSH, in a live concert tour dubbed as 'One Hell of A Night'. It's a back-to-back, hit-after-hit-after-hit showcase of two exemplary artists which have proven time and time again that rock and roll is forever!

With their league of loyal fans along with new generation of followers, demand for tickets will surely be on the rise. You don't want to be left behind and miss this massive experience. Roll along and get those tickets now!Bad Company & Joe Walsh at Red Rocks Amphitheater

Bad Company and Joe Walsh are co-headlining a highly anticipated tour bannered as the 'One Hell of A Night' tour.

“I had always hoped that we would do something together, and so here we are 30 years later finally touring together, said Rodgers. "It has taken us this long so I wouldn’t miss this. Unless you want to wait 30 more years for our next tour in 2046.”

Mick Ralphs, guitarist of Bad Company shares in the excitement by saying: "“I’ve loved Joe Walsh since I first heard the James Gang many years ago — looking forward to playing with him again!” Drummer Simon Kirke adds: “Getting back onstage with Mick and Paul is always a thrill for me. Knowing that I get to see Joe Walsh every night makes it that much better.”

Bad Company dominated the charts in the 70s through the 80s with these classic rock staples: "Can't Get Enough," "Feel Like Makin' Love," "Good Lovin' Gone Bad," "Bad Company," "Holy Water," "Boys Cry Tough," "If You Needed Somebody," and "Walk Through Fire".

Joe Walsh has been part of five successful and influential rock bands– James Gang, Barnstorm, the Eagles, The Party Boys, and Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band. He is an uber-talent guitarist, cited by Rolling Stone at number 54 on its list of "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time."