Whiskey Myers at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Whiskey Myers Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

Whiskey Myers

Southern rock and country music fans have been continuously falling in love with Whiskey Myers. Their debut album released in 2007 automatically gained them their fanbase, which has only gotten bigger the past years.

Now imagine listening to this legendary band’s timeless music under the night sky full of stars. The air is cool and you’re in the presence of fellow music lovers. You’re having the time of your life.

Don’t fret! Prepare yourself as you no longer need to imagine. You will get to experience this on June 13, 2024, Thursday. Catch WHISKEY MYERS at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado!

On top of this, Anderson East and Vincent Neil Emerson are also performing on the same stage! WOW! It’s going to be one hell of a star-studded night you will treasure forever!

You definitely do not want to miss out on this! The show is almost sold out! Get your tickets here!

In the cover story honoring the band's first performance at the historic venue, POLLSTAR declared, "An outlier of alt-country with more thrust, Southern cousin of the Black Keys or spiritual grandchild of Waylon and Willie's Outlaw Country, Whiskey Myers is currently taking a regional movement global." "Whiskey Myers offers sobering pieces of broken lives that go unseen," the article continued.

With their announcement, fans are even more excited about the band's upcoming Whiskey Myers 2024 Tour, which begins this Friday, March 8 and culminates on March 11 with a headline performance at RodeoHouston in front of over 70,000 spectators.
Whiskey Myers tops many festival rosters in addition to their own headline performances. They will open four shows directly for Hank Williams, Jr.

The band will be going around for the majority of the year, starting their tour in March at Brookshire Grocery Arena. The band'sr tour will take them to various locations, including the Rodeo Houston, the sixth Wiggy Thump, the Grind City Music Festival, the Cattle Country Music Festival, the Alaska State Fair, and Bourbon & Beyond. As of right now, these are the festival locations where the band will play.

About the Venue

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, sometimes referred to simply as Red Rocks, is an outdoor amphitheater in the western United States close to Morrison, Colorado. It is owned and operated by Denver, which is located about ten miles (16 km) southwest of the venue. The venue is most known for its two enormous monoliths, "Ship Rock" and "Creation Rock," as well as the smaller "Stage Rock," which together flank its 9,525-seat seating area and naturally form the amphitheater. Although concerts and music festivals are the venue's main events, other events of various kinds and sizes are held there all year long.

Red Rocks was chosen by the American Institute of Architects to represent Colorado in the AIA's Centennial Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in 1957. When Red Rocks won the title of best small outdoor venue for the twelfth consecutive year in 1999, Pollstar magazine renamed the competition the "Red Rocks Award" and eliminated Red Rocks from consideration.

In order to replace the current stage roof and increase the structure's rigging capability, construction started in October 2020 and was finished the following summer.

Whiskey Myers at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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