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Fly By Red Rocks” on Display at Denver International Airport
Thursday, October 17, 2013

"Fly By Red Rocks," a new temporary art exhibit, is now on display in Denver International Airport's Ansbacher Hall, the pedestrian bridge between the Jeppesen Terminal and A concourse. Travelers are invited to view Red Rocks Amphitheatre memorabilia. Some items include a vest from the 1964 Beatles concert, a Tony Hawk autographed skateboard and a guitar signed by Stevie Nicks.

“'The Fly By Red Rocks' exhibit at Denver International Airport allows our passengers a peek ‘backstage’ at one of our most beloved Colorado cultural facilities," said Manager of Aviation Kim Day. "This exhibit's memorabilia will help tourists and locals alike learn more about the history of this breathtaking concert venue.

  
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