Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver

Denver, Colorado

featuring Chris Botti's "Regroovable"

Denver, Colorado originated as a mining settlement in the mid-1800s. Since its location was determined by gold prospects, it is one of the few cities in history to be founded away from existing transportation routes or bodies of water.

Today, Denver is a thriving commercial center with numerous industries and a wealth of tourism attractions. The 16th Street Mall, shown at the beginning of this eScapes video, is a mile-long pedestrian center filled with over 500 shops, restaurants, and bars. It opened in 1982 and was designed by famous modern architect I.M. Pei, who also designed the Louvre’s glass pyramid, the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The end of this sample video shows the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, a visually stunning venue for concerts, films, and, when nothing else is scheduled, morning exercise.

Chris Botti is a contemporary jazz trumpeter who has become one of the top-selling instrumental artists of the 21st century. His performances blend pop, jazz, and classical music– resulting in a style that reaches beyond only jazz audiences.


Denver Convention & Visitors Bureau
Downtown Denver Partnership: 16th Street Mall
Chris Botti Official Site
Candy Dulfer Official Site

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