Silver Mountain Express Red Rocks Amphitheatre Private Shuttle
Planning to see a show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre? You’ve got several options for getting from Denver to Red Rocks, including via bus, taxi, or rideshare service. If you want to elevate the experience, though, there’s only one choice: hire a private shuttle with Silver Mountain Express.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Private Transfer Cost
Want to hire a private car for your visit to Red Rocks? We offer professional drivers for an hourly rate with a minimum reservation requirement of one hour. The ultimate way to visit Red Rocks Amphitheatre, our private transportation is totally customizable. Simply let us know your itinerary, and we’ll be happy to cater the service to you.
In addition to transporting you to and from the cities listed below, tailgating (when the driver waits for you during the show) is also available for an added fee of $110 per hour.
RED ROCKS CONCERT SHUTTLE
|Castle Pines||from $250|
|Castle Rock||from $250|
|Centennial Airport-APA||from $250|
|Cherry Hills Village||from $200|
|Colorado Springs||from $300|
|Commerce City||from $200|
|Denver Airport-DEN||from $200|
|Fort Collins||from $300|
|Greenwood Village||from $200|
|Highlands Ranch||from $200|
Visiting Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Whether you’re a Colorado native or just passing through, you can count on Silver Mountain Express for a safe, convenient, and reliable shuttle from Denver to Red Rocks and back. A world-famous outdoor music venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in Morrison, CO, roughly 30 minutes outside of Denver. With its breathtaking view, incredible acoustics, and seating for over 9,000 concertgoers, it’s worth a visit whether traveling from across the state or the globe.
Some of music’s most iconic artists have played here, including Fleetwood Mac and U2. Today, you will find a variety of different genres performing at the location. There really is something for everyone. And if you’re not a huge music fan? There are plenty of other ways to enjoy Red Rocks. The venue regularly hosts comedians, sunrise yoga classes, winter fitness classes, and film screenings. Furthermore, there are additional on-site attractions, including the Red Rocks Music Hall of Fame and the historical Trading Post.
5 Ways to Get to Red Rocks Amphitheatre
1. Drive Yourself: If you’re a local or you’ll be renting a car during your trip to Colorado, it’s probably tempting to drive yourself. If you’ll be visiting the venue on an event day, however, both traffic and parking will be a hassle. (It’s also worth noting that you won’t get to drink during the show if you’re the designated driver, so plan ahead!)
2. Use a Rideshare Service: Using a service like Lyft or Uber is a good way to eliminate the hassle of having to find a parking spot, but it means relying on a busy app, which can’t always promise to get you where you need to go on time.
3. Take a Taxi: Taxis are similar to rideshare services but tend to cost a bit more. They don’t offer any additional luxuries, though, which can leave you wondering what you’re actually paying extra for.
4. Take a Shuttle: Taking a Denver to Red Rocks shuttle is one of the easiest and fastest ways to get to the Venue. A private shuttle service will be both reliable and luxurious and eliminate all the headaches that come with driving yourself, taking a rideshare, or hailing a cab.
5. Reserve a Private Car: A private car is the most luxurious way to get to Red Rocks. The car service will cater to you for the entire evening and work around your itinerary, so you have reliable transportation for the entire night out.
5 Ways to Fall in Love with Red Rocks Amphitheatre
1. Take in the stunning views. Red Rocks Amphitheatre is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and its natural beauty is simply breathtaking. The red sandstone rocks that give the amphitheater its name tower over the stage, providing a dramatic backdrop for any performance. From any seat in the house, you’ll have stunning views of the surrounding mountains, forests, and plains.
2. Experience the world-class acoustics. Red Rocks Amphitheatre is known for its incredible acoustics. The natural acoustics of the amphitheater are so good that no sound system is needed. The music bounces off the rocks and fills the air, creating an immersive and unforgettable experience.
3. See a concert or event. Red Rocks Amphitheatre hosts a variety of concerts and events throughout the year. From rock and roll to country to classical music, there’s something for everyone. You can also catch a film, a comedy show, or a sporting event.
4. Go hiking or biking. Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located in a beautiful natural setting, making it the perfect place to go hiking or biking. There are a variety of trails to choose from, ranging from easy to challenging. You can also rent bikes from the Red Rocks Amphitheatre Visitor Center.
5. Visit the Red Rocks Amphitheatre Museum. The Red Rocks Amphitheatre Museum is located in the Visitor Center and tells the story of the amphitheater’s history and its impact on the music industry. You can learn about the amphitheater’s construction, its famous performers, and its role in the community.
What to Know Before You Go
Here are some things to keep in mind before visiting Red Rocks Amphitheatre:
- Arrive early. The venue opens two hours before showtime, and it can take a while to get through security and find your seats.
- Wear comfortable shoes. You’ll be doing a lot of walking, so make sure to wear comfortable shoes.
- Bring a jacket. Even on warm summer nights, it can get chilly at Red Rocks, so bring a jacket.
- Pack a picnic. There are no food or beverage vendors inside the venue, so you’ll need to pack your own food and drinks.
- Be respectful of the environment. Red Rocks is a natural wonder, so please be respectful of the environment and leave no trace.
Red Rocks Concert Schedule 2023
- Friday, March 31 – Dabin, Ray Volpe, JVNA – postponed
- Saturday, April 1 – Dom Dolla
- Sunday, April 2 – Dom Dolla
- Thursday, April 6 – Mersiv, Daily Bread, Sippy, Astrolizard
- Saturday, April 8 – Boogie T, Manic Focus, Boogie T.rio
- Wednesday, April 12 – Yeat
- Thursday, April 13 – Subronics with Pendulum, HOL!, Leotrix, ARTIX! b2b SweetTooth
- Friday, April 14 – Subronics, Netsky, IMANU, VEIL & Ahee
- Saturday, April 15 – Ben Böhmer and Bob Moses
- Sunday, April 16 – Daybreaker
- Tuesday, April 18 – Boris Brejcha, Ann Clue, Moritz Hofbauer
- Wednesday, April 19 – The Marley Brothers
- Thursday, April 20 – The Marley Brothers
- Friday, April 21 – Sofi Tukker
- Saturday, April 22 – Wiz Khalifa, Joey Bada$$
- Sunday, April 23 – Svdden Death
- Tuesday, April 25 – Goth Babe, Cautious Clay, Yoke Lore
- Wednesday, April 26 – Peekaboo, Rusko, Minnesota, NotLo, and MPORT
- Thursday, April 27 – Gorgon City
- Friday, April 28 – Sublime with Rome, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
- Saturday, April 29 – Skrillex
- Sunday, April 30 – Trevor Hall, California Honeydrops
- Tuesday, May 2 – Hippo Campus
- Wednesday, May 3 – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
- Thursday, May 4 – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
- Friday, May 5 – Walker Hayes, Chris Lane
- Saturday, May 6 – Ganja White Night
- Sunday, May 7 – Ganja White Night
- Tuesday, May 9 – Shane Smith and the Saints, Charles Wesley Godwin, Molly Tuttle and Golden Highway, and Midnight River Choir
- Wednesday, May 10 – Chelsea Handler
- Thursday, May 11 – Billy Strings
- Friday, May 12 – Billy Strings
- Saturday, May 13 – Gary Clark Jr., Allen Stone
- Sunday, May 14 – John Summit
- Monday, May 15 – Dermot Kennedy
- Tuesday, May 16 – Dermot Kennedy
- Saturday, May 20 – Global Dub Festival: Adventure Club, Zomboy, Flux Pavilion, Andy C, Funtcase, Steller
- Sunday, May 21 – Opuio and the Opulent Orchestra, Beats Antique
- Tuesday, May 23 – All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Games We Play
- Wednesday, May 24 – Nate Bargatze
- Thursday, May 25 – Two Friends
- Friday, May 26 – Funk on the Rocks: Chromeo, Hot Chip, Coco and Breezy, and Cimafunk
- Saturday, May 27 – Old Dominion
- Sunday, May 28 – Old Dominion
- Friday, June 2 – Michael Franti & Spearhead, Lawrence
- Saturday, June 3 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
- Sunday, June 4 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
- Monday, June 5 – Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Perfume Genius
- Wednesday, June 7 – King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
- Thursday, June 8 – King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
- Friday, June 9 – Brit Floyd
- Saturday, June 10 – Big Head Todd and The Monsters, Grace Potter
- Sunday, June 11 – Rodrigo y Gabriela, Bahamas
- Tuesday, June 13 – Barenaked Ladies, Semisonic, Del Amitri
- Wednesday, June 14 – Whiskey Myers, Whitey Morgan, Ray Wylie Hubbard
- Thursday, June 15 – Whiskey Myers, Whitey Morgan, Ray Wylie Hubbard
- Friday, June 16 – Umphrey’s McGree
- Saturday, June 17 – Umphrey’s McGree
- Sunday, July 18 – Stick Figure, Pepper, The Elovaters
- Tuesday, June 20 – Oliver Tree, Tai Verdes, UPSAHL, and Little Ricky
- Wednesday, June 21 – Louis Tomlinson
- Thursday, June 22 – Shakey Graves, Neal Francis
- Friday, June 23 – Widespread Panic
- Saturday, June 24 – Widespread Panic
- Monday, June 26 – Zach Bryan
- Tuesday, June 27 – Zach Bryan
- Wednesday, June 28 – Lyle Lovett, Colorado Symphony
- Thursday, June 29 – The Head and the Heart
- Friday, June 30 – Dirty Heads, Lettuce, Topidelic
- Sunday, July 2 – DeadRocks IX: Zeds Dead
- Monday, July 3 – DeadRocks IX: Zeds Dead
- Tuesday, July 4 – Blues Traveler, Railroad Earth, North Mississippi Allstars
- Wednesday, July 5 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise, The Brook & The Bluff
- Thursday, July 6 – Rainbow Kitten Surprise, The Brook & The Bluff
- Friday, July 7 – The Avett Brothers
- Saturday, July 8 – The Avett Brothers
- Sunday, July 9 – The Avett Brothers
- Tuesday, July 11 – Falling in Reverse, Ice Nine Kills, Underoath
- Thursday, July 13 – Trampled by Turtles, Amigo The Devil
- Friday, July 14 – The String Cheese Incident
- Saturday, July 15 – The String Cheese Incident
- Sunday, July 16 – The String Cheese Incident
- Monday, July 17 – Tori Amos
- Tuesday, July 18 – Killer Queen
- Wednesday, July 19 – Caamp
- Thursday, July 20 – Caamp
- Friday, July 21 – STS9
- Saturday, July 22 – STS9
- Sunday, July 23 – Portugal. The Man with Colorado Symphony
- Monday, July 25 – Jimmy Eat World, Manchester Orchestra
- Tuesday, July 26 – Noah Kahan, Briston Maroney
- Thursday, July 27 – Big Wild, Neil Frances, Rubblebucket
- Friday, July 28 – Tedeschi Trucks Band
- Saturday, July 29 – Tedeschi Trucks Band
- Monday, July 31 – Big Thief, Lucinda Williams
- Tuesday, Aug. 1 – Zach Williams, We The Kingdom, CAIN, Anne Wilson, Blessing Offor, Hope Darst
- Wednesday, Aug. 2 – MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Unspoken, Ryan Stevenson, Jon Reddick
- Thursday, Aug. 3 – Ween
- Saturday, Aug. 5 – Boygenius, Illuminati Hotties
- Sunday, Aug. 6 – Joe Bonamassa
- Monday, Aug. 7 – Gov’t Mule, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening
- Tuesday, Aug. 8 – Hippie Sabotage
- Wednesday, Aug. 9 – Maggie Rogers, Alvvays
- Thursday, Aug. 10 – Parker McCollum, Larry Fleet
- Friday, Aug. 11 – Jon Pardi
- Saturday, Aug. 12 – Slightly Stoopid
- Sunday, Aug. 13 – Slightly Stoopid
- Tuesday, Aug. 15 – Beck, Phoenix
- Wednesday, Aug. 16 – Beck, Phoenix
- Thursday, Aug. 17 – Mt. Joy
- Friday, Aug. 18 – Mt. Joy
- Sunday, Aug. 20 – Santa Fe Klan, Snow Tha Product, Tornillo
- Thursday, Aug. 24 – 1964 The Tribute
- Friday, Aug. 25 – My Morning Jacket
- Saturday, Aug. 26 – My Morning Jacket
- Sunday, Aug. 27 – Vance Joy
- Monday, Aug. 28 – Duran Duran, Bastille, Nile Rodgers & Chic
- Tuesday, Aug. 29 – Duran Duran, Bastille, Nile Rodgers & Chic
- Wednesday, Aug. 30 – Young the Giant, Milky Chance, and Talk
- Thursday, Aug. 31 – Rezz Rocks V: Rezz, Ivy Lab, Esseks, Rossy, ISQA
- Friday, Sept. 1 – Rezz Rocks V: Rezz, Ivy Lab, Esseks, Rossy, ISQA
- Friday, Sept. 8 – Brandi Carlile
- Saturday, Sept. 9 – Brandi Carlile
- Sunday, Sept. 10 – Sylvan Esso, Indigo De Souza
- Monday, Sept. 11 – Steve Miller Band
- Tuesday, Sept. 12 – Flume
- Wednesday, Sept. 13 – Flume
- Thursday, Sept. 14 – The Revivalists, Band of Horses, The Heavy Heavy
- Friday, Sept. 15 – Greensky Bluegrass, Teskey Brothers
- Saturday, Sept. 16 – Greensky Bluegrass, Sierra Ferrell
- Sunday, Sept. 17 – Atmosphere
- Monday, Sept. 18 – Arctic Monkeys, Fontaines D.C.
- Tuesday, Sept. 19 – Arctic Monkeys, Fontaines D.C.
- Friday, Sept. 22 – Get the Led Out
- Saturday, Sept. 23 – Louis the Child
- Monday, Sept. 25 – Counting Crows, Dashboard Confessional
- Tuesday, Sept. 26 – Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry, Jake Worthington
- Wednesday, Sept. 27 – Tyler Childers, S.G. Goodman, Abby Hamilton
- Thursday, Sept. 28 – Tyler Childers, S.G. Goodman, Wayne Graham
- Thursday, Oct. 5 – Goose
- Friday, Oct. 13 – Alison Wonderland, Crooked Colours, Jon Casey
- Friday, Oct. 6 – Goose
- Sunday, Oct. 8 – Carl Cox
- Monday, Oct. 16 – Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
- Tuesday, Oct. 17 – Hozier
- Sunday, Oct. 22 – Black Tiger Sex Machine
- Saturday, Oct. 21 – Liquid Stranger
- Friday, Oct. 27 – Duke Dumont
- Sunday, Oct. 29 – Madeon
- Friday, Nov. 5 – Anjunadeep Open Air
- Sunday, Nov. 12 – Of The Trees, Barclay Crenshaw, Yheti, KLL SMTH, The Librarian
Silver Mountain Express Red Rocks Amphitheatre Luxury Transportation
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is not something to miss while you’re visiting Colorado, and we can get you to and from the venue as needed. Our professional drivers have access to all the entries, so you can enter the venue and find your seat before the show starts.
Experienced Drivers and Luxurious SUVs
Our drivers are experienced, professional, and punctual, and they know their way around the Red Rocks area. If you need to adjust your arrival or departure time during your trip, you have the option to do so.
We offer luxurious sedans, vans, and SUVs for transportation from the Denver metro area to Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The luxury sedan seats two, the SUV seats from three to five passengers, and the luxury van can accommodate up to seven passengers.
Private Airport Transportation
Will you be heading straight back to the Denver International Airport after you visit Red Rocks? We can accommodate your pick up and drop off. And if your flight is delayed, we will adjust the itinerary as needed.
Book Your Private Shuttle Online with Silver Mountain Express
Booking your private shuttle to Red Rocks with us is easy. We offer a 72-hour cancellation policy, the ability to pay online, and 24-hour service. With Silver Mountain Express as your private shuttle or car service, you will be able to spend your time focusing on having fun.