The final show of Film on the Rocks is tomorrow as the 2014 season will end with a screening of the Big Lebowski on September 2. So Tuesday is your last chance until next summer to watch a movie at one of Colorado’s most monumental and magnificent theaters, Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This outdoor venue is internationally known for its summer concert series, but locals also know it as an equally impressive outdoor venue for the Film on the Rocks annual summer movie series. There’s nothing quite like an evening in the thin mountain air with the stars above and a cult classic on the big screen.
The final show in the 15th year of Film on the Rocks will begin when doors open at 6:30pm on Tuesday, September 2 (Labor Day weekend). The opening musical act, The Congress and Tyler Lee Holter, goes on at 7, and the big show, The Big Lebowski, begins at dusk. The show goes on rain or shine so check the weather and choose your robe accordingly.
There are a variety of ways to enjoy the show. General admission tickets start at $12.25 and there are also package deals available. If you want dinner and a show choose the $37.00 Trading Post option when purchasing tickets. The additional $24.50 gets you dinner from Steuben’s food truck served at the Trading Post, yum, and a wristband that gets you into a reserved seating area for the movie. Entrees vary every show but generally Steuben’s provides their signature American classics like brisket, fried chicken, pulled pork and mac and cheese. Dinner also includes beer and soda (Pepsi products).
Whether it’s VIP or GP don’t miss The Big Lebowski playing at Red Rocks tomorrow. Hundreds of Dude fans will rally for a raucous night of comedy at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre; join them to say goodbye to summer and the 2014 Film on the Rocks summer movie series.