By Kori Hazel, 303 Magazine | It doesn’t feel like a real Colorado summer without a proper Red Rocks show. With the coronavirus pandemic threatening to derail the entire live events industry, the hope of a Red Rocks show in earnest was becoming all but a pipe dream. However, all is certainly not lost, with today’s announcement that none other than Nathaniel Rateliff will light the venue up again. In support of his most recent album, And It’s Still Alright, the homegrown crooner will play a string of socially distanced performances at the famed venue.
Alongside opener Kevin Morby, Nathaniel Rateliff will perform on September 15, 16, 18, 19 and 20, with a 10-piece band, and full production including lighting, staging and projections. Each of the aforementioned performances will be limited to 175 attendees and tickets will go on sale via a lottery Wednesday, September 9 at 10 a.m. via AXS, but extremely limited non-lottery and premium tickets will also be available.
Rateliff’s most recent announcement comes on behind in-person performances by the Colorado Symphony at the venue …
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Lottery registration for the upcoming Nathaniel Rateliff shows will go on sale, Wednesday, September 9 at 10 a.m. via AXS.
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Kori Hazel, Staff Music Writer & Talent Buyer | Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, raised in Denver, Colorado and educated at the University of Arizona, Kori is music industry zealot. Both a Staff Music Writer and Talent Buyer at 303 Magazine, music and entertainment is more than a job — it’s a lifestyle. An adventurer at heart, Kori is passionate about live music, traveling and attempting to live a story worth writing about. With tastes ranging from Future Islands to The Chemical Brothers and everything in between, there’s no limit to music Kori is willing experience and ultimately communicate back to you, the reader. Music is more than a sound — it’s a feeling; a love letter between the artist and the audience. Kori is the messenger. Follow Kori on Instagram: @kovoho