Repeal the Morrison/Red Rocks decibel limit
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For the last 5 years, music fans around the globe have descended upon Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO, and have left wondering why the music is so quiet in a venue known for its acoustics. The reason is a noise/db limit in the town of Morrison due to certain artists' use of bass along with certain residents' proximity to the venue. Recently, Red Rocks has suggested people bring headphones from home, to connect to their cell phones using an app that connects their phones to the music being played live. This is unacceptable. People pay great sums not only on concert tickets themselves, but on travel arrangements from the world round to attend these shows: Hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. The music scene in Colorado and Denver/Boulder specifically is world renowned, largely due to the attraction of Red Rocks and other venues. Now, Red Rocks, considered the greatest outdoor venue on planet earth, has its experience hampered by residents who move within 2 miles of the venue and complain about the noise. This petition is being written to address a very serious problem that will surely effect the entertainment industry/economy in Colorado. Now that Red Rocks shows have resumed virtually every night since its COVID restrictions were lifted, there is no reason why a Tuesday night show should be significantly quieter than a weekend show. Repeal/raise the Morrison noise ordinance. It's now detrimental to the Red Rocks experience we all know and love.
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