Greensky Bluegrass Announces a Major Red Rocks Stand

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Greensky Bluegrass has joined the jam-band-heavy 2019 Red Rocks lineup with a string of concerts this summer.

The band — which started in Michigan and now has members from across the country, including Colorado —plays a mix of rock and bluegrass. It took to the Red Rocks stage twice in 2018 and will be playing three nights in 2019.

Greensky Bluegrass will be joined by the Lil Smokies at a show on Friday, September 13, by Rayland Baxter on Saturday, September 14, and Billy Strings on Sunday, September 15.

Tickets to these all-ages shows, which run $44.95 to $80 (with three-day passes at $99.99), go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, December 21, at AXS.

For more about Greensky Bluegrass, read Nick Hutchinson's profile of the band. 

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