Going to a concert can deepen your admiration for the musicians, especially during the drummer's 20-minute bottle-feeding of a baby goat. Strengthen your musical bond with this GrouponLive deal.
- $15 for one G-Pass to Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Soul Asylum, The Wailers, and Matthew Sweet (up to a $34 value)
- When: Saturday, July 20, at 6:45p.m.
- Where: Gibson Amphitheatre
- Seating: loge sections 10–23
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won't need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Big Head Todd and the Monsters performing “Bittersweet” at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2008
Big Head Todd and the Monsters have amassed a loyal following since their inception in 1986, releasing 13 albums, one of which—1993’s Sister Sweetly—went platinum. But the Colorado rock band, who combine bluesy riffs with the melancholic rasp of frontman Todd Park Mohr, are even more at home on the road than in the studio. In addition to playing venues throughout the globe, they’ve sold out Red Rock Amphitheatre seven times, proving the loyalty of their fans and forcing scalpers to learn how to mountain-climb. Their latest release, 100 Years of Robert Johnson, pays homage to the titular blues legend. Concertgoers can expect to hear Johnson covers as well as the beloved hits i “Bittersweet,” “Broken Hearted Savior,” and “Resignation Superman.”
Soul Asylum performing “Black Gold” on 89.3 The Current
The legacy of Minneapolis rockers Soul Asylum—whose 1993 album Grave Dancers Union went triple platinum—came full circle with the 2012 release Delayed Reaction, described by AllMusic.com's Mark Deming as their "best album in ages." The band’s 10th studio full-length brims with eclecticism, swaying during the loungy blues of “Cruel Intentions,” and clipping along with the rough and tumble jangle of the band’s early releases in “The Streets.” Live, Soul Asylum propels its rough yet infectious guitar riffs and swelling organ chords into the audience, all while lead singer Dave Pirner strums a low-slung guitar and growls a set of new cuts as well as recognizable hits such as “Runaway Train,” which earned the band a Grammy and a gold-plated railroad spike for Best Rock Song in 1994.
Other Performers Include:
The Wailers: Bob Marley’s former band delivers an onslaught of roots reggae during rollicking live performances.
Matthew Sweet: Indie pop-rocker of hits such as “Girlfriend” and “Time Capsule” Go to Deal Website