Red Rocks Amphitheatre closes during coronavirus, can't work out there

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre will close until further notice beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, Denver Parks and Recreation announced Friday afternoon via Twitter.

The amphitheatre has been closed for concerts since March 16. It closed to all visitors starting March 24, initially planning to reopen on April 10. The cancellation of the traditional Easter sunrise services was announced last month, but the park has remained open.

On Friday afternoon, park personnel were seen asking people who had bypassed “closed” signs and went into the amphitheatre to leave.

Roads and trails in the park are popular for runners, hikers, cyclists and tourists.

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