Vampire Weekend at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Vampire Weekend Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

Vampire Weekend

Since 2006, rock band Vampire Weekend has charmed their way through the hearts of their loyal fans. Because of their catchy rhythm, energetic performances, and distinct blend of afropop, indie pop, and chamber music, their followers are always on the lookout for their shows.

You are definitely in luck! Performing live at the Red Rocks Amphitheater on July 19, 2024, Friday is the awesome Vampire Weekend!

Set for their Only God Was Above Us Tour, the run is in celebration of not only their first tour since the pandemic, but also of their next album which will be released this April 2024.

Their fans have been scrambling to see them back on stage since their last tour. On top of that, everyone is anticipating the release of their Only God Was Above Us album. No doubt tickets are Get your ticket here to see the show before it sells out!

Find all the information about Vampire Weekend's massive 2024 North American tour, which is scheduled to begin in April, below. The New York rock group released two new songs, "Capricorn" and "Gen-X Cops," from their upcoming fifth studio album, "Only God Was Above Us," which is due out on April 5, in addition to announcing the news of their extended US tour on February 16.

Beginning on April 8 at Moody Amphitheater in Austin during the solar eclipse, the dates will see them perform live in a number of cities including Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and many more before returning to Austin for a final show at the Moody Center on October 17.

More importantly, though, the tour is stopping right in MORRISON, COLORADO. YEP - the iconic RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE is playing host to the band's show! When they come on Friday, the 19th of July, 2024, you all better be sure not to miss out!

The tour consists of 39 dates, which come after the group's announcement of headlining various festivals and special shows in specific cities across the US. Among these engagements are two-show events where the band will perform Saturday night shows followed by Sunday morning sets at venues like the Greek Theater in Berkeley, the KettleHouse Amphitheater in Bonner, and Madison Square Garden in New York.

About the upcoming album - Only Gods Above Us:
The two newly released advance tracks from Only God Was Above Us highlight different aspects of the album while still feeling like integral parts of the same whole. "Capricorn," penned by Ezra Koenig and produced by Ariel Rechtstaid and Koenig, starts off subtly before blossoming into a transcendent chorus filled with distorted guitars and lively drum beats. On the other hand, "Gen-X Cops," co-written by Koenig and Chris Tomson, and produced by Rechtstaid, Koenig, and Tomson, opens with an energetic guitar riff reminiscent of a 1990s Hong Kong action flick and carries a spirited rhythm to a memorable refrain about each generation crafting its own apology.

The band's webstore will sell limited edition clear vinyl, ordinary black vinyl, digital downloads, and physical copies of Only God Was Above Us, which will be released by Columbia Records on April 5. Additionally, independent shops will be the only places to purchase the alternate album cover.

Vampire Weekend at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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