Fitness things return to Red Rocks, but no dice on concerts this year

At least it’s something?

Sylvan Esso plays Red Rocks, July 18, 2018. (Courtesy Kevin J. Beaty)

Sylvan Esso plays Red Rocks, July 18, 2018. (Courtesy Kevin J. Beaty)

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If you’re itching for your Red Rocks fix, we feel you. The amphitheater won’t host a concert this summer, but Yoga on the Rocks and other fitness activities will return.

Yoga on the Rocks runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning July 10 through August 30, with multiple sessions per day. The “Quarantine 15 Fitness Challenge” runs Saturdays at 10 a.m. in partnership with Fitness in the City. And the four-week SnowShape series will happen in September and October, designed to get you into skiing and snowboarding shape.

Events are capped at 175 participants. Tickets go on sale starting July 1.

Heavy, heavy sigh.

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