Film on the Rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado is “A signature summer event” according to Britta Erickson, Festival Director for the Denver Film Society.
The Denver Film Society started as a way to inform people in an entertaining and cinematic way that very often movies can transform and reflect upon society.
Film on the Rocks is perfect for friends to gather together and watch a classic movie under the stars. However, “classic” doesn’t necessarily mean an old movie; some of the films are fairly recent. Summer 2010 is the 11th year that Film on the Rocks has been a Colorado attraction. Each ticket costs $10 and also includes a live band performance and a local comedian host.
If you’re coming from Denver, Red Rocks does recommend eating at the Ship Rock Grille beforehand. For those who are looking for even more excitement, some of the films include the option of a VIP Ticket Package to participate in the party bus with food and cocktails.
The movies available for the rest of this summer at the Denver Film Society’s Film on the Rocks are:
July 13 – Superbad
July 19 – Monty Python and the Holy Grail
July 27 – Clueless
Aug 3 – The Lost Boys
Aug 11 – Across the Universe
Tickets sell out fast so be sure to book your tickets online at Red Rocks Online.
Be sure to check the Colorado weather before you head out in case you need to bring any blankets or jackets as you will be sitting outside under the stars.