Red Rocks Amphitheatre will host its first shows since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic this month when the Colorado Symphony performs a five-night “Acoustic on the Rocks” concert series starting on July 29th and running through August 2nd. These performances will mark the first all-acoustic concerts at the Morrison, CO venue in decades, according to the band’s Facebook post.

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The announcement comes just one month after Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced the return of outdoor concerts to the state. Upon the initial announcement, prospects of a concert at the natural amphitheater seemed far-fetched as the governor’s guidelines seemed too strict to allow such a gathering. In full adherence to the state’s guidelines, however, the Colorado Symphony has limited tickets to 175 per night along with requiring facial coverings and a six-foot distance between dissociated groups.

Colorado Symphony chief artistic director Anthony Pierce told The Denver Post that fans can expect classical pieces from MozartTchaikovsky, and George Walker during each of the 75-minute, intermissionless performances.

“We’re committed to sharing our art with people during a difficult time,” he said. “It’s an organic, natural, outdoor experience. It’s so unique. And it’s the beautiful backdrop of the city, the sunset. It’s going to be incredible.”

For more information on the Red Rocks performances, head to the Colorado Symphony website.

[H/T The Denver Post]