Nas, Schoolboy Q, and Flying Lotus, June 19

Update, 7 a.m.: Three people shot in parking lot after concert; search for shooter keeps concert-goers on lockdown til early this a.m. News stories at Denver Post and 9 News. Shooter apparently still at large.

Tonight’s Feed The Rocks is “a grassroots by-the-people, for-the-people event” intended to aid the venue by raising money for the Preserve the Rocks fund.* Read more at RedRocksOnline.

With most shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre selling out, or coming close to, that’s roughly 9,000 fans per show, several times a week, all summer long (with new events beginning to happen almost year round). Preserve the Rocks, a fund of the City and County of Denver, dedicated to education, restoration, and preservation in and around Red Rocks, has devoted their time and energy to keep Red Rocks beautiful.

: And also benefits “GRASP, a gang-rescue and support project sponsored by the Metro Denver Partners,” according to the Denver Post.

Great! But how does it sound?

Where do you live?


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