Americana all stars Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats will make their highly anticipated return to the KettleHouse Amphitheater on Saturday, August 14, 2021 with support from Delta Spirit.
Selling out the Wilma in 2016, the band graduated to the KettleHouse Amphitheater in 2018. Once again, the show sold out in just a couple weeks. We’re expecting these tickets to go just as fast, so grab them early!
PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Thur, May 27, 2021 at 10am at the Top Hat, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. General Admission standing pit tickets, reserved stadium seating tickets and general admission lawn tickets are available. Shuttle and parking tickets for this event are also available for advance purchase here. All ages are welcome.
2021 SUMMER CONCERT SEASON
As the summer draws closer, we want you to know that we’re looking forward to welcoming fans back at full capacity by July. Event specific policies & procedures are subject to change and will be posted to our website and emailed to ticket buyers in the days leading up to the event.
Tickets for the KettleHouse Amphitheater’s 2021 Summer Concert season are on sale and available for purchase online, or by calling 1 (800) 514-3849. You can also purchase tickets in person at the Top Hat box office, but please note: hours are currently 10a-5p, Friday only and may change. Current Box Office hours can be found here.
Have you ever wanted to work behind the scenes at the Amphitheater? You’re in luck because we’re currently hiring event staff for the 2021 concert season! Simply head over to our employment page and fill out an “Event Staff” application.
About Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats
Growing up in rural Missouri, Nathaniel Rateliff got his early music education from his family, who performed in the church band in which Nathaniel played drums. At 19, Rateliff moved to Denver where he worked night shifts at a bottle factory and a trucking company while testing out songs at open-mic nights. Rateliff’s 2010 solo album, In Memory of Loss, propelled him to the forefront of Denver’s tight-knit folk scene, with The New York Times dubbing him “a local folk pop hero” and launched his career as a touring musician. His debut as well as subsequent solo albums continued to receive critical acclaim while Rateliff continued to explore his sound. A set of rough demos recorded in 2013 pointed Rateliff in a new direction, and somewhere between Sam & Dave and The Band, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats was born. The band’s self-titled debut album was a breakout success—now certified Gold in the U.S., it has sold over a million records worldwide. Their sophomore album Tearing at the Seams debuted in March 2018 to widespread critical acclaim as well. Last year, Rateliff released his first solo album in seven years via Stax Records. And It’s Still Alright peaked at #3 on iTunes’ “Top Albums” chart, debuted at #1 on Billboard’s “Americana/Folk” chart, landed at #2 on their “Current Rock” chart and resided at #1 on the Americana Albums Chart for eight consecutive weeks. Rateliff has appeared on every late night television program and recently made his debut on “Saturday Night Live” performing his latest single “Redemption,” which was written for and featured in the Apple Original film, Palmer, starring Justin Timberlake. Rateliff has toured extensively worldwide, playing major festivals and selling out iconic venues including their hometown Red Rocks Amphitheater multiple times. In 2018, Rateliff also launched a Denver-based foundation called The Marigold Project to support community and nonprofit organizations working on issues of economic and social justice.