Colorado fall concert guide 2013: Muse, Disclosure, Janelle Monae and moreBy Reverb Staff | September 5th, 2013 | 1 Comment »
When you start saying things like, â€śWe should get up to Red Rocks one last time,â€ť you know fall is rapidly approaching.
Coloradoâ€™s fall concert season is defined by the music (and comedy) moving indoors. But itâ€™s hardly a time for hibernation.
A cursory glance at our expansive fall music (and comedy) preview is proof of a bustling schedule in the next three months, from arena-rock bands playing live, brave late-season festivals tempting fate in the great outdoors, revered names in comedy touring the clubs and the biggest names in music releasing new albums.
So letâ€™s take a ride. See our curated Colorado fall concert guide below.
The Lumineers. Sept. 14-15, Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Sold out.
Kid Cudi, Tyler the Creator. Sept. 16, Red Rocks. $44.75. redrocksonline.com
Action Bronson, Danny Brown. Sept. 17, Ogden Theatre. $22-$25. ogdentheatre.com
Muse. Sept. 17, Pepsi Center. $39.50-$59.50. pepsicenter.com
Wild Nothing. Sept. 17, Larimer Lounge. $15-$20. larimerlounge.com
Earth, Wind & Fire. Sept. 18, Red Rocks. $40.50-$70.50. redrocksonline.com
Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco. Sept. 18, 1stBank Center. $39.50. 1stbankcenter.com
Savages. Sept. 20, Bluebird Theater. $15-$20. bluebirdtheater.net
Furthur. Sept. 19-22, Red Rocks. $55-$200. redrocksonline.com
Foxygen. Sept. 24, Bluebird. $15-$18. bluebirdtheater.net