Beatles, Queen, ABBA & more to be celebrated during 2019 Red Rocks tribute shows
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Throughout the years Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre has played host to some of the the most iconic bands and artists of all time. The Beatles, arguably the greatest band of all time, made an appearance at Red Rocks in 1964 on their first U.S. tour. The show from the Fab Four began an era of great rock and pop acts at the storied venue. Now, over five decades later, Red Rocks boasts a number of tribute acts celebrating the music of The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Queen, ABBA and Led Zeppelin.

Out of those groups, The Beatles were the only band to have actually played at Red Rocks. So if you’re too young to have caught the lads from Liverpool or if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to see Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Queen or ABBA at the storied venue, the tributes at Red Rocks in 2019 can make those dream shows come true.

May 8 - The Music of ABBA: Arrival from Sweden (Tickets)
You will dance, you will jive, you will have the time of your life. Touted as “the world’s greatest ABBA tribute show,” The Music of ABBA: Arrival from Sweden not only deliver spot on renditions of some of ABBA’s most well-known tunes like “Dancing Queen,” “Mamma Mia,” “Fernando” and many more, but they also look the part with vintage ABBA attire. 2019 will mark Arrival’s 10th year at Red Rocks.

June 6 - Brit Floyd: The World's Greatest Pink Floyd Show (Tickets)
Brit Floyd, the world’s premier Pink Floyd tribute act, is bringing their Another Brick in the Wall World Tour to Red Rocks in 2019. The show will mark Brit Floyd’s 8th consecutive appearance at the famed venue. This year they're celebrating the 40th anniversay of Pink Floyd’s iconic 1979 album The Wall. Brit Floyd recreates classic Floyd tunes with note for note precision and stellar Floydian production. Brit Floyd will also welcome Young Voices of Colorado.

July 23 - Killer Queen (Tickets)
Interest in Queen got a recent boost following the popularity of the Grammy-winning film Bohemian Rhapsody. Whether you’re a new fan or a Queen champion, you’ll want to check out the world’s foremost Queen tribute act, Killer Queen. The band looks the part of the rock icons with lead singer Patrick Myers channeling Freddie Mercury impeccably.  Fans and newcomers can expect to hear Queen classics like “We WIll Rock You/We Are the Champions,” “Under Pressure,” “Another One Bites The Dust,” “Killer Queen” “You’re My Best Friend,” “Fat Bottomed Girls,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” "Radio Ga Ga," “Bohemian Rhapsody” and more. 

Aug. 23 - “1964” The Tribute (Tickets)
2019 marks the 55th anniversary of the Beatles legendary performance at Red Rocks. Red Rocks is one of four venues in America where The Beatles played that is still in operation. From their loveable mop tops to the vintage instruments, 1964 will transport viewers to an early 60s Beatles show.

Sept. 26 - Get The Led Out (Tickets)
At the end of 1968, Led Zeppelin made their American debut in the Mile High City at the Denver Auditorium. While they never made it back to Denver to perfrom at Red Rocks, you can catch the next best thing when Get The Led Out, dubbed the "American Led Zeppelin," heads to Red Rocks in the fall. The six-piece band puts up spot renditions of classic Zeppelin tunes like “Whole Lotta Love,” “Rock and Roll,” "Ramble On," “Stairway to Heaven,” “Kashmir” and many more.