Relive the Motet's Stormy Summer Night at Red Rocks in a New Video

The Motet show at Red Rocks this past summer was a wet and wild party. Now, you can relive the epic night (or experience it virtually) with the group's newest video.

The 2015 Motet Red Rocks video features the Denver band and about 10,000 of its fans getting seriously funky. If that video gets you all too excited for the next Motet show, you're in luck: The band will be hosting a two-night "Hometown Hustle" at the Ogden Theatre November 13 and 14. 

Friday night's show will feature the Main Squeeze as the openers, and Saturday night is is titled "Spirit of '77: An Evening With The Motet." The band will be performing a set entirely from the "Mixtape '77" song list it recently created. 

This will be the first time the Motet is not playing a hometown show on Halloween in ten years. However, there are too many other great Halloween shows to name here, and the Motet will be back in just a matter of weeks. In the meantime, you can play the Red Rocks video on repeat and bask in the memory of a music-filled summer.

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Isa Jones is an editor in Jackson Hole; her writing has appeared all over the Internet and occasionally in print.
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