Under The Blood Red Sky
1983, 82 Minute Running Time
CANCELLED - All tickets purchased online or via phone will be automatically fully refunded to the credit card on which they were purchased. For tickets purchased at any King Soopers outlet, you must return to the exact King Soopers location with your ticket and you will be issued a refund.
In consultation with the Fey family we simply felt that at this time all efforts for fundraising in our community should be to help the victims of the extraordinary flooding recently in Colorado and the show was not selling to expectations and thus would not have been able to benefit the Colorado Flood Relief Fund in an impactful way.
Rescheduled for 2014 Film On The Rocks Season, Dates and Time TBA
U2 LIVE AT RED ROCKS: UNDER A BLOOD RED SKY is a concert film by Irish rock band U2. It was recorded on 5 June 1983 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. It depicts the band's performance at Red Rocks on a rain-soaked evening. The weather threatened to cancel the concert, but the band had invested in the filming with Island Records and concert promoter Barry Fey and wished to proceed with the gig. The rain and the torch-lit atmosphere of the surroundings combined to dramatise U2's performance. Critics praised the concert and the video, and it subsequently became a best-seller. The video, along with Under a Blood Red Sky, helped establish U2's reputation as remarkable live performers, and it boosted Red Rocks' stature as a live venue in the US.