Maggie Rogers at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado

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Maggie Rogers at

May

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Maggie Rogers

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Maggie Rogers has made her name in the music world. Inspired by folk and dance music, this young artist can’t be held back from conquering every stage she steps on. Not even the pandemic stopped her from creating music set to inspire fans of all ages.

Taking on the grand Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, Rogers is performing LIVE on May 28, 2024, Monday.

Awarded the Favorite Pop Album for her Heard It in a Past Life in 2019 and Favorite Singer/Songwriter for Surrender in 2022, this singer-songwriter’s talent is unstoppable, undeniable.

Having announced the release of her third album, Don’t Forget Me, which is coming in April 2024, Rogers continues to keep her fans craving for more and excited for what she has in store for them.

Prepare yourself for an unforgettable night! Book your tickets HERE while they’re still available!

Maggie Rogers Tickets from $117

May

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Maggie Rogers

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

May

28

Maggie Rogers

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Born in Easton, Maryland on April 25, 1994, Margaret Debay Rogers is best known by her stage name, Maggie Rogers. She is an American musician, singer-songwriter, and producer.

Pharrell's critique of her debut hit song, "Alaska," caused it to become viral. In the music video for the song, Rogers claims that "Alaska" is a synthesis of her love of dance music from more recently with her heritage in folk music. She characterizes her genre as emotional/movement.

Explaining her song Alaska, Rogers says, “We had to get up really early to cross this river because it had been really warm in Alaska that summer and so the glaciers were melting at a faster pace than we had expected. So you have to like wake up when the sun is at its lowest because then the river will be at its lowest also. So I was picturing being in this icy glacial runoff water in the morning and thinking about how difficult that was. And how strange that was and how hard that was, and yet, how important that was for me to find some of my own clarity within everything else that was happening in my life.”

“All I want to do is blend the energy and foundation of dance music with the folk imagery, harmony, and natural samples that I have been discovering while trekking over the past few years.” - Rogers on her passion for music

On February 15, 2017, she debuted on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. On November 3, 2018, she debuted on Saturday Night Live. On July 12, 2019, she debuted on The Today Show.

She credits Björk, Carrie Brownstein, Patti Smith, Kim Gordon, and other well-known singers as her musical influences, and she views Brandi Carlile and Sharon Van Etten as her "musical big sisters" and teachers. She also disclosed to Williams during their first meeting that she suffers from synesthesia, a benign disorder that causes one or more senses to be perceived simultaneously. In her situation, the sound of music triggers the ability to see color.

Her upcoming album, Don’t Forget Me, will have the following songs:
01 It Was Coming All Along
02 Drunk
03 So Sick of Dreaming
04 The Kill
05 If Now Was Then
06 I Still Do
07 On & On & On
08 Never Going Home
09 All the Same
10 Don’t Forget Me

About the Venue

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Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado, 80465, US