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Red Rocks Announces 2017 Concert Schedule

With Summer fast approaching, the official calendar for Red Rocks is taking shape. Don’t worry there are many more announcements to come, but here is a list of concerts this summer! Get your tickets here.

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Red Rocks 2017 lineup:

Jan. 27: Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks featuring Zedd with Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals and Lil Dicky

April 19: Method Man and Redman, Flatbush Zombies

April 29: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead with Medeski Martin and Wood

May 5: Dada Land Before Time featuring Dada Life and additional acts to be announced

May 11: Opeth and Gojira

May 12: Bonobo and Nick Murphy (previously known as Chet Faker)

May 20: Global Dub Festival 2017 featuring Flux Pavilion

May 21: Elephant Revival

May 27-28: Odesza (SOLD OUT)

May 29-30: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

May 31: Trey Anastasio Band with Vulfpeck

June 1: Chromeo and Rufus Du Sol with D.R.A.M., Hayden James

June 2: The Motet and Jurassic 5

June 4: John Prine with Kacey Musgraves

June 6: Celtic Woman: “Voices of Angels”

June 9: BoomBox and Nahko and Medicine for the People

June 10: Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Collective Soul

June 11: Marshmello

June 13: Chicago and the Doobie Brothers

June 14: Norah Jones

June 17: DJ Gramatik

June 30-July 2: Umphrey’s McGee

July 3: Zeds Dead

July 10: An Evening with Santana

July 25: 2CELLOS

Aug. 2: The Head and the Heart with Grouplove

Aug. 28: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

Sept. 4: Foreigner and Cheap Trick

Sept. 23: Greensky Bluegrass with Fruition

Oct. 6: Snails and Nghtmre

String Cheese Incident – Red Rocks Amphitheater

Don’t miss String Cheese Incident this weekend at Red Rocks Amphitheater! From Telluride, Colorado this local band is amazing live. Their music has elements of bluegrass sounds, as well as rock, electronica, calypso, country, funk, jazz, Latin, progressive rock, reggae, and occasional psychedelia.

SCI headlined festivals such as Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits and the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival, and began playing in some larger venues to accommodate their growing fanbase.

Always travel safe by booking with Hermes Worldwide Inc. and have the time of your life at the best venue in the world!

Music lovers will be amazed when they visit these impressive sites in Nashville

When you vacation in Nashville, Tennessee, you know you are in for a good time. Not only are people in the Volunteer State considered some of the friendliest in the country, there's also a bevy of activities to enjoy and sites to see.

Of course, you will not want to miss out on spending a night watching country music stars sing their heart out at the Grand Ole Opry. This venue has played host to everyone from Dolly Parton to Jimmy Dickens to Carrie Underwood. If you aren't there the night of a concert, you can still get an inside look at this impressive structure by taking a backstage tour.

Another attraction that shouldn't be overlooked is the Fontanel Mansion. This 27,000-square-foot log cabin was owned by Country Music Hall of Fame member Barbara Mandrell. The home is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It's also available for weddings and other private events.

Finally, what trip to Nashville would be complete without visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum? As you browse the exhibits, which include "Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music" and "The Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and California Country," you'll learn about how western music got its start in the 1800s and how the style was transformed into what it is today.

During your time in Nashville, don't trouble yourself trying to hail a cab or renting a car. Instead, make it easy and convenient for yourself. Hire one of Hermes Worldwide's experienced chauffeurs to transport you in a luxury limousines or luxury SUV.

Looking for the perfect fall vacation? Then visit Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Imagine waking up every morning and realizing that you are in one of the most gorgeous and pristine places in the United States: Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In addition to the myriad things to do in the winter like skiing at various five-star resorts, visitors can take advantage of the activities that are available when there isn't snow on the ground.

If you are traveling to Jackson Hole this fall, you shouldn't leave without doing the following things:

1) Taking a trip to the National Elk Refuge
This is the perfect place to see wildlife at its finest. As you ride your bike or take a guided tour through the conservation, you'll be amazed at how many hundreds of elk you're surrounded by.

2) Visiting the National Museum of Wildlife Art
Every year, more than 80,000 people walk through the doors of the museum. The building is more than 51,000-square feet and overlooks the 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge. The museum houses American art from the 1800s and 1900s ranging from explorer art to Impressionism.

3) Fly fishing
Try your luck at one of the best places to catch a number of different types of trout. As you and your guide go out on the Snake River, you'll be surrounded by, among other beautiful things, the mountains of Grand Teton National Park.

Although the landscape in Jackson Hole is gorgeous, it can be very difficult to drive on the mountain roads, many of which are very narrow and twist and turn all the way to your hotel or vacation house. Instead of dealing with this, use a luxury transportation service like Hermes Worldwide. Their experienced chauffeurs will transport you safely and comfortably in one of their luxury SUVs.