The Head and the Heart at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

The Head and the Heart Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

The American indie-folk sensation, The Head and the Heart is gearing up for a string of tour dates this 2023. If 'all we ever knew was good folk anthems, The Head and the Heart will definitely be on the list! The acclaimed indie-folk act is taking their lyrical and melodic masterpieces to the live stage at the iconic Red Rocks on Thursday, 29th of June 2023. With their newest LP "Every Shade of Blue" making rounds a year after its release, The Head and the Heart are set to continue serving live renditions of your favorite hits and their new music this 2023. Book your tickets now!

The Head and the Heart at Red Rocks Amphitheater

Reflecting on 'every shade of blue in their introspective new record, The Head and the Heart explores a time when everything felt magical and carefree. As the band continues to tour this 2023, fans are in for a treat as they bring their biggest hits, fan favorites, and their new album to the live stage. Their roster of headlining tour dates for the year includes a special stop at the iconic Red Rocks.

As the acclaimed indie-folk act explores different emotions in the making of their new record, "It does sort of feel like this umbrella effect of inadvertently sort of describing a spectrum of emotions from one symbolic image that feels almost like a mood ring," Jonathan Russell told American Songwriter.

Centering on the color blue, the album explores spectrums of emotion, as the color blue can reflect different perspectives, from the blue sky to intense ocean waves.

"The color blue to me can be like this vast, deep, almost intimidating emotion, or enveloping emotion. You think blue is like a beautiful spring day," Russell shared. "The color just sort of has the breadth of more than one mood or a situation or circumstance in my opinion."

Rooted in Seattle, The Head and the Heart was formed in 2009, consisting of members Jonathan Russell, Josiah Johnson, Charity Rose Thielen, Chris Zasche, Kenny Hensley, and Tyler Williams. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2009, and re-released in 2011 following a record deal. The album with its hit single "Lost in My Mind" took a spot in the US Billboard 200.

Following up a successful major-label debut, the band released their sophomore LP, "Let's Be Still", in 2013. The acclaimed album featured their hit singles "Shake", "Another Story", and its title track, selling over 200,000 copies in the US. With a growing fanbase and increasing support from critics, The Head and the Heart became a staple favorite amongst the indie-folk crowd.

In 2016, the band released its third album, "Signs of Light". The record debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200, producing an RIAA certified-Gold single "All We Ever Knew". This moment gave the band its big break, reaching a wider audience and receiving even greater critical acclaim. 2017 marked big milestones for The Head and the Heart as they performed at Coachella, the Red Rocks, and Lollapalooza.

From then on, the band continues to release raw and honest folk anthems that never fail to impress. Driven by passion, the Head and the Heart continues to strive as a band. "The more you can trust and feel the ability to be vulnerable as you’re making art, you make way bolder statements. You don’t guard yourself. Songwriting is its own form of therapy for all of us." Russell shared.

Don't miss out on their special show at the Red Rocks by booking your tickets now!

The Head and the Heart at Red Rocks Amphitheater

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