Colorado fall concert guide 2013: Muse, Disclosure, Janelle Monae - Reverb

Colorado fall concert guide 2013: Muse, Disclosure, Janelle Monae and more

When you start saying things like, “We should get up to Red Rocks one last time,” you know fall is rapidly approaching.

Colorado’s fall concert season is defined by the music (and comedy) moving indoors. But it’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 let’s take a ride. See our curated Colorado fall concert guide below.

September

See our full guide to fall 2013 music here, with best albums, concerts and more.

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


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  • kdennis

    What!?!?! No mention of Riot Fest on September 21, featuring the third and (to date) final appearance by the recently reunited Replacements!