In a 2013 interview with CMT, country powerhouse Jason Aldean had high praise for Florida Georgia Line, calling the duo "a shot in the arm for country music" and foreshadowing the group's role as opening act on Aldean's Burn It Down Tour. On Sept. 17, watch these two acts kick off a two-night run at the beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo., and listen to today's hottest country artists under the stars.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Seating Information
You can find seats for the Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line concert in the bench seating of this natural amphitheater. The first 47 rows make up the reserved seating area, which is located closest to the stage. The general admission seating area is located further back in Rows 48-69 and will offer seating on a first-come, first-served basis. There is also an extra row of wheelchair accessible reserved seating at the rear of the venue.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre General Information
You may take pictures during the show on Sept. 17 with a small still camera, but you may not bring professional cameras and audio or video recorders to the concert. You can bring coolers, non-alcoholic drinks, food, and seat cushions to the Jason Aldean Red Rocks concert, but items like open drink containers, lawn chairs, large bags, and coolers will be prohibited.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Parking Information
Red Rocks Park offers six on-site parking lots, and traffic will be controlled by park staff. Tailgating is permitted, but you may not use charcoal grills or open-flame fires. You can generally enter the lots two hours before the concert begins.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Gate Times
The gates of Red Rocks Amphitheatre are likely to open 90 minutes before the Jason Aldean concert on Sept. 17, but you may contact the venue for exact gate times.