Concert season is back in Colorado and no matter which side of the state you live on, we all want to have a great time seeing our favorite bands. Concert tickets are not cheap these days, and we all want to go home for the night after a concert with some great memories, a few great photos, and maybe a souvenir or two.

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We spent some time on the air recently asking you to send us your concert dos and don'ts using our station app. Keep scrolling to see some of Grand Junction's concert pet peeves that apply to the smallest venue up to Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Colorado Concert Behavior

We wish you a fun summer concert season in the Centennial State. The suggestions below are the behaviors to avoid when joining your friends for a night of live music. Concert tickets can cost an arm and a leg these days so if you are acting like a drunken fool at a concert, you should expect to get called out for it.

The average ticket price for a show at Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater starts around $115, so if you are ruining my Brit Floyd concert experience, we're gonna rumble.

A Momentary Lapse of Reason

Recreational marijuana was made legal by popular vote in 2012, and enacted in 2014. For the most part, Colorado is an incredibly chill state about this. Most days, you won't encounter marijuana unless you seek it out. Then the concert season comes around and the tourists all show up wanting to blow weed up and down the isles. The locals hate this and we will let you know, especially if your skanky dirt week is giving us a headache.

See what concert behaviors annoy Coloradans most in the gallery below.

24 Things You Should Never Do at A Concert in Colorado

We asked you to tell us about things people do at concerts that can ruin the experience for everyone around them. From obvious to honest you told us twenty-four behaviors to avoid at a Colorado concert no matter the venue.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

MORE: Fruita Colorado's Awesome Thursday Night Concert Series Lineup for 2024

Grab your lawn chair, sunscreen, and bug spray, and get ready for Colorado's hottest FREE concert series. The City of Fruita invites you to enjoy amazing free concerts all summer long at Fruita's Civic Center Park.

The 2024 lineup has been announced, and it features some old favorites and a few new faces. At the price of FREE, this concert series is hard to beat. No tickets are needed. Simply round up the family and friends and set a course for Fruita every Thursday night from June 6 to August 15, 2024.
Please note: There will be no concert on Thursday, July 4.

Gallery Credit: Waylon Jordan

NEXT UP: Colorado Remembers Our First Concerts At Red Rocks Amphitheatre

If you are lucky enough to have been to a concert event at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater, chances are you will probably remember that concert for the rest of your life. We're strolling down memory lane and thinking back to the first time we saw a show in Morrison, Colorado. What was the first performance you were a part of at Red Rocks?

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams