Concert Reviews

Photos: The parking lot scene last night at String Cheese Incident

See Also: - Slide show: String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks: The parking lot - Review: String Cheese Incident at 1STBANK, 3/12/11 - Photos: String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks, 7/23/10 - Q&A with Kyle Hollingsworth of the String Cheese Incident

Last night, String Cheese Incident kicked off its three-night run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre with a sold-out show. The Red Rocks parking lot, dubbed "Shakedown Street," after the Grateful Dead's 1978 album of the same name, is a melting pot of people and a little like a flea market. Various artists walk the lots selling wire-wrapped gems, custom show posters, jewelry, show pins and other crafts. Here is what Shakedown Street looked like last night for String Cheese Incident. Photos by Britt Chester for Backbeat.

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Nick Lucchesi
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