The Devil Makes Three return to Red Rocks in 2019 with special guests Lucero
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Americana group The Devil Makes Three will return to Red Rocks in the spring of 2019. The Santa Cruz, California-based trio hits the iconic Colorado venue on Friday, May 24. Alt-country rockers Lucero will act as support. You can find ticket info on AXS by following this link.

The Devil Makes Three have long been darlings of the Americana scene. They released their self-titled debut album in 2002 and have since put out five more studio albums and two live recordings. The Devil Makes Three grabbed national attention with their 2009 album Do Right Wrong, which hit #1 on the U.S. Bluegrass charts. 

Both of their following albums--2013’s I’m A Stranger Here and 2016’s Redemption and Ruin--charted on the Billboard 200 and cracked the Top 10 on the Bluegrass and Folk charts. DM3 is touring around their sixth studio album, Chains Are Broken, which arrived in August of 2018.

Don’t miss your chance to catch The Devil Makes Three and Lucero when they come to Red Rocks on May 24.