Red Rocks

Jennifer Ackerman (credit: CBS)

Victim Of Falling Rocks At Red Rocks Slowly Getting Better

A victim hurt as rocks rained down on a weekend STS9 concert at Red Rocks told her cousin she wanted to go home after the first act. She’s now dealing with a brain injury.


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Nearly 3,000 Participate In Red Rocks Stair Climb

The goal was to get 2,001 people to register for the largest stair climb in the country, but instead nearly 3,000 trekked up Red Rocks amphitheatre.


The scene at Red Rocks on Sunday (credit: CBS)

7 Hurt By Falling Rocks During STS9 Concert At Red Rocks

Four people were rushed to the hospital early Sunday morning during a Sound Tribe Sector 9 concert.


Firefighters at Red Rocks (credit: CBS)

West Metro Firefighters Practice For Sept. 11 Memorial Climb

Firefighters are starting to prepare for the 10-year remembrance of the Sept. 11 attacks.


An image from a concert at Red Rocks with the Love Hope Strength Foundation (credit: CBS)

Rock-N-Roll Foundation Helps Find Bone Marrow Donors

“Love Hope Strength” took the stage at Red Rocks. It’s a rock-n-roll foundation that helps save lives at concerts.


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Former BMX Master Now A Red Rocks Workout Master

A free boot camp at Red Rocks compliments of “Joe Trainer” will bring even the most fit Coloradan to his or her knees.


Christina Leisha Tongen (credit: Facebook)

Victim Identified In Red Rocks Fall

The Jefferson County coroner has identified a 20-year-old woman who fell to her death at Red Rocks Park as Christina Leisha Tongen from Highlands Ranch.


Red Rocks (credit: CBS)

‘Film On The Rocks’ Releases Its 2011 Rundown

It’s one of Denver’s best ways to spend a summertime evening — troop up to Red Rocks for music and a movie.


A youngster at the Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks in 2011 (credit: CBS)

Thousands Attend Easter Sunrise Service At Red Rocks

Thousands of people got up before dawn and headed to Red Rocks for the Easter Sunrise Service. Even the cold couldn’t keep them away.


John Denver (credit: CBS)

Colorado Music Hall Of Fame Opens With Tribute To John Denver

A celebration to commemorate the opening of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame also honors the life and music of John Denver. The musician, along with Red Rocks, will be the first inductees into the Hall of Fame.





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