String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

String Cheese Incident Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

String Cheese Incident

The thirty-year anniversary of the String Cheese Incident continues the celebration! Indeed, they are bringing it to Morrison, Colorado, where there will be incredible music for THREE days! For all the information about the upcoming show, continue reading. If you're a local fan, this massive event is not something you should miss.

Day 2 of seeing the String Cheese Incident at the renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre will happen on Saturday, the 13th of July, 2024. If you can’t attend for all three days of the show, you can def just come and see this one! You won't miss out on a lot because you still get the wonderful chance to spend the day with your favorite band.

So, if you're ready to jam out with Sting Cheese Incident, book your tickets for Day 2 right now! Tickets are almost sold out though - you better be quick!

The members of The String Cheese Incident came up with the moniker to commemorate the event that happened at a restaurant when salsa, beans, and jack cheese ended up all over the place. Additionally, they believed the name was a clever allusion to the stringed instruments that each member plays.

As the band gained popularity, many of their live concerts included spectacle and stage shows. Peak Experience Productions was brought in to add a range of visual psychedelic effects and crowd engagement activities to larger "Incidents" like Halloween and New Year's Eve (dubbed "Hulaween" due to the band's early involvement in the current hooping trend). A few themed events are "Dancing Around the Wheel of Time," "Time Traveler's Ball," "Subway Ride Through New York City," and "Full Moon Dream Dance, Evolution."

Throughout the 2000s, the band also began hosting an annual summer concert at Horning's Hideout in Oregon with the goal of strengthening the cyclical energy and bond between the band and its fans. SCI began playing bigger venues and headlining festivals including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival in order to accommodate their growing fan base. The band's popularity grew at the same time that the size of the audiences that came to see them did.

SCI taped 19 shows in April 2002 while on their spring tour, and those live three-CD sets were released. They are believed to have enhanced the idea in this way by drawing inspiration from Phish’s Live Phish Series.

Not content to end with the spring tour, SCI has uploaded nearly every song performed live on every tour to date, barring those that have to do with contractual difficulties or technological difficulties with visiting musicians. The series, dubbed "On the Road," has episodes available on the SCI Fidelity label for those who don't have the time or means to actively trade cassettes.

The band, which has been playing for over 30 years, continues to amaze its fans and even attract new ones from the younger generations. Those who get to watch them live can’t get enough of their music!

String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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