An Evening at Red Rocks

One of the things I had planned for Ms. Müller’s little welcoming party to Colorado was a show at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre just outside of Denver.  I bought us tickets to see a music festival there in a couple of weeks, but with all the shenanigans and goings on, that’s no longer going to happen.

So in an attempt to make the best out of a bad situation, I traded those concert tickets to a friend for a ticket to last night’s Mumford and Sons show.  I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have to choke back some tears once or twice, I was really looking forward to showing this place to Ms. Müller, and I really wish she had been there.  But, it was an absolutely perfect summer night for a concert.  And the show was pretty amazing.

Now unfortunately, the fun police wouldn’t let me bring in my camera, but I did my best with the cell phone, and you can definitely get a feel for the place.  So, if you feel so compelled, have a look at some pictures, and a crappy video clip or two…

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Welcome to Red Rocks. The line to get in. Gives a bit of perspective on how ridiculous this place really is.

Red Rocks Ampitheatre

Red Rocks Ampitheatre

A bit fuzzy, but does give you a feel for the place…

Red Rocks Ampitheatre

That’s kind of a big rock.

Red Rocks Ampitheatre

We were up in the nosebleeds, but gorgeous none the less.

And while Mumford and Sons isn’t really my genre of music, I have to say they put on a helluva show.

Red Rocks Ampitheatre

The stage…

Red Rocks Ampitheatre

And that’s all she wrote… It’s got to be amazing to stand on that stage looking up at this….

That’s all for today.  Don’t be a stranger.

-B. Littleton

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