Diana Ross might be 75, but age isn't stopping the legendary singer from hitting the road. Fresh off a medley performance at the Grammys celebrating her birthday, Ross will head to Red Rocks on July 22.
Born in Detroit, Ross led the Supremes during the ’60s, becoming one of the most popular Motown acts. Ross left the group in the ’70s and began a successful, decades-spanning solo career. Suffice it to say that seeing this legend, especially at Red Rocks, is a must.
Tickets, $46 to $251, for the summer show go on sale Friday, February 15, at axs.com or at 888-929-7849.
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