Acoustic folk music hero Gregory Alan Isakov has announced an upcoming show at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre scheduled for Sept. 30, where he’ll be joined for the evening by Patty Griffin. The picturesque outdoor venue located in the Denver suburb of Morrison, Colo. will make for a perfect setting for an end-of-summer experience from the two performers, who will certainly channel the Amphitheatre’s natural makeup to fuel their own organic folk-rock styles.
The upcoming Red Rocks show is only the second concert which Isakov has scheduled for 2018, aside from an appearance at Arkansas’ Fayetteville Roots Festival a month prior. The popular guitarist and singer hasn’t released any of his own new material since 2013’s The Weatherman, but has kept himself creatively busy over the past few years while collaborating as a producer alongside fellow artists including Stephen Kellogg. Isakov also released a live album back in 2016, which featured him performing 11 catalogue favorites alongside the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. Both parties would take their collaborative project on the road in select cities following the album’s release.
Griffin’s last studio effort came back in 2015 with Servant of Love, which would go on to earn her a Grammy nomination in the Best Folk Album category. More recently, Griffin also announced her own spring tour dates earlier this week, which will see her and support act AHI visiting cities in the central and southern U.S. throughout the month of May.
Tickets for the Sept. 30 show at Red Rocks will begin pre-sale this Wednesday, Feb. 21, which can be accessed using the password, “SUITCASE.” Public on sale tickets for the concert will start on Feb. 23, and can be purchased by clicking here.