Instrumental-electronic quintet Lotus will play a live show at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on Sunday, September 27th at 7 p.m. MT. The full, two-set performance will be streamed for a pay-per-view audience via with HD ($19.99) and 4K ($34.99) options available to order. Order your Lotus Red Rocks webcast here.

In addition to the live stream, the band will sell a 175 in-person tickets to the performance per current social distancing guidelines. In-person tickets for the show will go on sale on Tuesday, September 22nd, at 10 a.m. MT here.

“Red Rocks is one of the most beautiful and iconic venues we’ve had the pleasure of playing,” shared Jesse Miller (bass, modular synth) in a press release. “We’re very excited to get back there and have this opportunity to stream a live show from a place that has meant so much to us over the years.”

The performance, the band’s second in-person show since the outset of the pandemic (following a drive-in show in Philadelphia earlier this month), follows the release of the band’s 10th studio album, Free Swim back in August. Read Live For Live Music‘s recent interview with Jesse Miller about Free Swim here.

Red Rocks has seen a flurry of adapted concert announcements in recent weeks, including a five-night run by Nathaniel Rateliff and a performance by Andy Frasco & The U.N., each hosting a max capacity of 175 in-person fans in accordance with local safety protocols. Billy Strings also announced a crowd-less live-streamed concert from the venue the night before the Lotus show, on September 26th. Starting next month, Red Rocks and other venues operated by Denver Arts & Venues will be shuttered until further notice.