Oliver Tree at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Oliver Tree Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

The world's quirkiest singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and comedian all in one package, Oliver Tree, is getting it down for a headlining show at the Red Rocks! The World's Tiniest Tap Dancer, Oliver Tree, is taking over at the Red Rocks Amphitheater on Tuesday, 20th of June 2023. As a rising music-comedy genius act, the genre-bending artist is set to amaze the crowd with his wit, comedic feats, and musical genius. With a new record, Cowboy Tears Drown the World in a Swimming Pool of Sorrow, blessing the airwaves, Oliver Tree is set for an astounding show at the Red Rocks. Book your tickets now!

Oliver Tree at Red Rocks Amphitheater

Officially launching his career in 2010, and making a big comeback in 2016, Oliver Tree was met with acclaim following the release of his RIAA certified-gold single "When I'm Down" with Whethan. In 2018, he released his major-label debut EP, Alien Boy. From then on, the alien found his home in the music industry for his unique craft that is full of surprises.

This time around, the self-proclaimed "World's Tiniest Tap Dancer" is taking over the stage at the Red Rocks for a historical show in his career. The man has collaborated with a slew of artists including Dillon Francis, Whethan, and Getter. In 2019, Tree dropped his critically-acclaimed debut LP "Ugly is Beautiful", hitting #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers. The album includes hit tracks and crowd favorites such as "Bury Me Alive" and "Hurt".

Though up and rising into the scene, Oliver Tree made rounds of accomplishments including appearances at Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza, along with various awards and nominations.

In February 2022, the man released his sophomore LP "Cowboy Tears", followed by its deluxe edition "Cowboy Tears Drown the World in a Swimming Pool of Sorrow". Pitchfork shares that "the polarizing, meme-powered pop singer takes up “cowboy emo”: breakup songs with a cartoonish twang and schlocky Western aesthetics," in a review of the album.

Though viewed as an astounding music troll, Tree does take his craft seriously. "The album is simply about embracing crying." he shared in an interview with Variety. "Everything I write is pure fact, when I play these songs, it’s essential that they are true stories." he added.

As an artist with a unique edge in the scene, Oliver Tree at the iconic Red Rocks is something you wouldn't wanna miss out on. Join the fun as the World's Tiniest Tap Dancer takes over at the Red Rocks by booking your tickets now!

Oliver Tree at Red Rocks Amphitheater

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