Concerts & Events
Red Rocks Exhibits (Located in Visitor Center)
14th Annual Scramble Campbell Red Rocks Art Experience (June 22 - July 22)
Take a trip back in time and experience the cultural heritage of Red Rocks through art, photographs and memorabilia. Scramble Campbell has dedicated 18 years of his life documenting the Denver area’s most iconic cultural and natural landmark.
Scramble is best known for his colorful portrayals of musicians and bands. He has created more than 400 original works of art live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. His vast portfolio includes more than 2,600 pieces from nearly 1,000 musical events across the country over 25 years.
In 1991 Keith ‘Scramble’ Campbell became the pioneer of the Live Music Painting Movement. His art and passion has inspired hundreds of other artists worldwide. His mission is taking the art to the people and giving people an opportunity to see the process of art from start to finish, inspired by the concert they are listening to and grooving to themselves.
Meet the artist in person daily. Scramble will be available for tours & discussions. Be sure to catch Scramble Campbell in action, painting LIVE at Red Rocks during the concerts throughout his exhibit June 22 - July 22.
The 14th Annual Scramble Campbell Red Rocks Art Experience is located in the Red Rocks Amphitheatre Visitor Center. This exhibit is open from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., re-opening during concerts until the end of the show. You must have a concert ticket to attend the exhibit during concert hours. See more of Scramble Campbell's work on his website.
Coming of Age: A Photo Exhibit from Yesterday and Today (Aug. 6 - Sept. 30)
The Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre Coming of Age / A Photo Exhibit from Yesterday and Today by author and photographer Larry Johnson is a breathtaking exhibit of 101 large matched up photographs from the park's past and today. A walk-through guide is available providing a history of each photograph. This exhibit will be open every day at 7 a.m. from August 6 until Sept. 30 inside the Red Rocks Visitor Center. You must have a concert ticket to attend the exhibit during concert hours.