While I’m a fan of The Postal Service, and they put on a great show this week, the reason this post isn’t titled “The Postal Service” is because Red Rocks came to play and Red Rocks won. No matter what the concert, I challenge you to find a better venue.
My first experience with Red Rocks was back in 2007. Cory took me to a Killer’s concert there and I fell in love. Since then, I have been telling everyone I know that they must see a concert there. “Put it on your bucket list,” I urge.
Last night did not disappoint. The one thing I remember about my experience there in 2007 was how ill prepared we were. Walking through the parking lot we passed loads of people tailgating and with no food or alcohol on us, we totally missed out. This time we came prepared.
As we left Fort Collins to head down to the concert on Thursday (about an hour & 15 minute drive), I felt very happy & peaceful. I had my whole family with me (pups too), we were meeting up with our friends, there was beer & sushi packed in our cooler, the sun was shining – life was good.
Tailgating was awesome – even though Winston decided to make a sprint for the hills at one point. Ha. The walk to the venue wasn’t as long as I remembered, but the stairs up to the stadium were MUCH steeper (or could it be that it was different climbing them with a 21 year old body?). The crowd was a good one, beer & cocktails were flowing and the opening act, the Ra Ra Rights were awesome.
We couldn’t have asked for a better night.