Phish is playing Dick's Sporting Goods park Labor Day 2021 — The Know

Phish fans rejoiced Tuesday when the legendary jam band announced that its Phish-Dick’s run, as it’s called, will indeed return Labor Day weekend — Sept. 3, 4 and 5 — at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City. Tickets were already sold out before these rescheduled dates, and are still showing as such online, but we’ll let you know when (or if) any new ones are on sale. To no one’s surprise, there will be no on-site camping this year. (

Also on a multi-night run this fall is Illenium, the Denver-based DJ and producer, who will play Red Rocks Amphitheatre Oct. 7-9. Tickets for the all-ages shows are on sale noon on Thursday, May 12. ($50-$99,

Zac Brown Band is taking over Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in Greenwood Village, with Adam Doleac and Ashland Craft, Sept. 17 and 18. Tickets for the all-ages shows are on sale at noon on Friday, May 14. ($45.50-$180,

Also in the pop-country sphere: Dan + Shay, playing Ball Arena as part of their postponed arena tour, on Oct. 24, with The Band Camino and fast-rising Ingrid Andress (the latter hailing from Colorado). ($39-$95,

Mega-comic Sebastian Maniscalco’s career was only going up before the pandemic, and it’s hard to see it headed anywhere else now that venues are reopening. Maniscalco plays Red Rocks Amphitheatre — an intimidating, rare venue for stand-up headliners — as part of his Nobody Does This Tour. Tickets for the Aug. 18 concert are on sale at 10 a.m. June 4. ($50-$250,

Singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge will play one of Levitt Pavilion’s handful of ticketed shows (most are free at the nonprofit venue) on Aug. 13. Of course, the ticketed shows help support the free ones so, you know… don’t skimp. Tickets for the all-ages, rain or shine concert are on sale at 10 a.m. May 21. (Prices not yet available,

DJ, producer and singer Porter Robinson’s Denver return finds him at RiNo’s Mission Ballroom on Nov. 9, with Jai Wolf. Passes for the 16-and-up show are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 10. ($48-$99,

Julien Baker is touring behind new album “Little Oblivions,” which delivered an excellent batch of new songs from the indie songwriter. Baker headlines Englewood’s Gothic Theatre on Nov. 13, with openers Dehd and Katie Malco. Tickets for the 16-and-up show are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 14. ($25,

Also at Mission: Sylvan Esso with Samia for a Sept. 14 concert. Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 14. ($40-$80,

Caribou’s late-2021 and early-2022 tour dates will bring Dan Snaith and his incredible band — including former Brainiac and Enon guitarist John Schmersal — to the Boulder Theater on Nov. 17. Tickets for the all-ages concert are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 14. ($29.50-$35,

Dodie, the British songwriter who kept online fans quite busy during the pandemic, will play the Ogden Theatre on March 13, 2022, with Lizzy McAlpine. ($30-$35,

Alan Parsons Live Project, which (yes!) prominently features the storied producer and musician, will play downtown Denver’s historic Paramount Theatre on Sept. 2. Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 14. (Prices not yet available,

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