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An entertainment venue in Denver will now let concertgoers enter by scanning their palm prints using Amazon One

Amazon The Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver is starting to admit guests using their palm prints. The venue will install standalone ticketing kiosks that use Amazon One's palm-scanning technology. Until now, Amazon One hasn't been used outside of Amazon or Whole Foods stores. See more stories on Insider's business page. Forget about showing your ticket. The next time you go to a concert, you may be able to get in with a swipe of your hand.That's what's happening at the ...
Tags: Amazon, Entertainment, Digital, Trends, Amy Klobuchar, Bill Cassidy, Denver, Concerts, Amazon Fresh, Red Rocks, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, Amazon One, Jon Ossoff, Denver Amazon


Amazon partners with AXS to install Amazon One palm readers at entertainment venues

Amazon’s biometric scanner for retail, the Amazon One palm reader, is expanding beyond the e-commerce giant’s own stores. The company announced today it has acquired its initial third-party customer with ticketing company AXS, which will implement the Amazon One system at Denver, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre as an option for contactless entry for event-goers. This is the first time the Amazon One system will be used outside an Amazon-owned retail store, and the first time it’s used for entr...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, Technology, Privacy, Whole Foods, Tech, Ceo, United States, Computing, Retailers, Facial Recognition, Denver, E-reader, Retail Store, Alexa, Amazon Music


Moment House and the Blending of Social Media and Digital Entertainment Experiences

Moment House is a live streaming, interactive social media platform for digital entertainment. Newly launched in 2020, Moment House has produced over 700 concerts, called “moments,” selling one million tickets through its platform. Each unique digital experience can generate tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue for creators who can reach audience members from all over the world. The moments have featured big-name artists such as Justin Bieber, Halsey, Kygo, and Tame I...
Tags: Colorado, Sales, Trends, Forerunner Ventures, Gig Economy, Louis, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Independent workers, Moment House, Creator Economy, Social Media and Digital Entertainment Experiences, Justin Bieber Halsey Kygo, Moment House Arjun Mehta


Watch Wu-Tang Clan Perform With The Colorado Symphony Orchestra At Red Rocks

Artists who play the famously gorgeous Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado occasionally have the pleasure of being backed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. The Flaming Lips performed the entirety of The Soft Bulletin with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra a few years back, and, uh, Ariel Pink performed with their string section in 2015. Yesterday, it was the Wu-Tang Clan’s turn, playing hits like “Protect Ya Neck” and “C.R.E.A.M.” with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra as their backing band and Big...
Tags: Music, News, Colorado, Ariel Pink, Wu Tang, Wu-tang Clan, Big Boi, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, Colorado Symphony Orchestra At Red Rocks, Colorado Symphony Orchestra The Flaming Lips


How to quarantine correctly if you've been exposed to the coronavirus

A traffic sign reads, "quarantine for 14 days" above a road in Brooklyn on October 25, 2020 in New York City. Noam Galai/Getty Images Quarantine is for people who've been exposed to a contagious disease, like the coronavirus, but who are not yet sick themselves. Quarantine for the coronavirus lasts 14 days from a person's last known exposure. During that time, it's important to stay away from people who haven't had the exact same exposure.  A quarantine expert shared his tips for how to do...
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Notes From a Pandemic: Watch Arcade Fire, San Cisco; stream Hamilton Leithauser, Big Black Delta, ABIR, Ariel Beesley, Band of Horses, Polartropica and more

ONLINE FINDS ■ Australian indie-pop band San Cisco released their new album “Between You and Me,” and in the absence of a huge tour that normally would accompany it, they did a “Live From Home” session: ■ Arcade Fire’s third album “The Suburbs” marked its 10-year anniversary last month, and Win Butler and Régine Chassagne did a stripped-down version of the title track, recorded in New Orleans. There’s more from the album on their channel. DRIVE-IN SHOWS ■ Banda El Recodo at the Gro...
Tags: Facebook, Music, London, Instagram, Colorado, Youtube, Brooklyn, Broadway, New Orleans, Tokyo, Cbs, Arcade Fire, Preview, Stephen Street, Hennessey, Nick Cave


Your coronavirus risk comes down to these 6 C's, according to the CDC's infectious-disease leader

People participate in a morning yoga session on August 22, 2020, at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. Mark Makela/Getty Images Japan successfully curbed coronavirus transmission by encouraging people to avoid three C's: closed spaces, crowded places, and close contacts.The CDC's Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases, Jay Butler, added three more C's to that list on Wednesday: continuous exposure, coverings, and cold.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.In the...
Tags: Japan, Science, News, Cdc, US, Trends, Public Health, University Of Alabama, University of Washington, Butler, Tuscaloosa, Venice California, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Amanda Edwards Getty, Face Masks


Country singer-songwriter Brett Young will celebrate his birthday with three shows at The Novo

Country music singer-songwriter Brett Young couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate his 38th birthday than by playing three nights in a row at The Novo at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles. The trio of gigs will kick-off on his actual birthday, Saturday, March 23, and continue Sunday, March 24 and Monday, March 25. “I’m so excited for this,” Young said during a recent phone interview. He’s currently on tour promoting his sophomore album, “Ticket to L.A.,” which dropped back in December. Thou...
Tags: Music, New York, Colorado, Abc, Washington, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Nashville, Coachella, Charles, Muse, Young, Snoop Dogg


OPETH Offer Most Epic Performance of "Demon of the Fall" from Red Rocks Amphitheatre

It almost seems like the best view at Red Rocks is from the stage, but what a great scene for... The post OPETH Offer Most Epic Performance of "Demon of the Fall" from Red Rocks Amphitheatre appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Red Rocks, Opeth, Red Rocks Amphitheatre


Punk band Face to Face goes acoustic with its new ‘Hold Fast’ album and tour

Normally when Face to Face frontman Trever Keith hits the stage, it’s wild. Spit and sweat are flying everywhere, fans are passionately screaming along to Keith’s vocals, moshing hard in the pit and crowd surfing, hurling their flailing bodies over the barrier. For this upcoming tour, however, things will be a bit different as the Victorville-based punk rock band has stripped down and rearranged some of its biggest hits and fan favorites that span the quartet’s 27-year career for its first acous...
Tags: Colorado, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Nashville, Steve Martin, Orange County, Rod Stewart, Martin Short, Southern California, Dennis, Ontario, Dude, Keith


Watch Ryan Adams Do The Weather On Denver 7 News

Ryan Adams is headlining a show at Colorado’s historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre tomorrow night. Yesterday, Adams shared a jingle he made for Denver's local ABC affiliate, presumably to promote the concert. It's called "Denver 7 (Piece Of Heaven)." This follows “105.5 The Colorado Sound,” an ode to … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Colorado, Abc, Denver, Ryan Adams, Adams, Red Rocks Amphitheatre


Red Rocks Booked Through 2022? Why Some Bands Get Shut Out of the Iconic Venue

Bands looking to book a date at the storied Denver venue have to think as many as five years out in what’s described as the country’s “most extreme” hold-and-challenge policy.
Tags: Music, News, U2, Aeg, Live Nation, Denver, Ryan Adams, Red Rocks Amphitheatre


Colorado

It was only a very specific set of circumstances that took me to Colorado: I didn’t think I’d ever visit, let alone on my first trip to the US. The circumstances proved serendipitous, though, because I fell in love with Denver and the surrounding area. I loved the wide open skies and tones of red, yellow and orange; the striking mountain vistas; the wildlife; the Denver Art Museum and surrounding area; and even the unpredictable and dramatic weather. On my first night in Denver I stood in the ...
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J Mascis played with Kurt Vile last night in Northampton (duh)

Kurt Vile & J Mascis in Northampton (photo via Michael Keddy) Kurt Vile began his current tour in New Haven, CT on Wednesday (2/17) and landed in Northampton, MA for a show at Pearl Street Nightclub last night (2/18). To the surprise of no one, Kurt's frequent collaborator J Mascis, who lives just outside of Northampton in Amherst, showed up at the show to join him on stage. That's one pic above and you can check out another below, along with the setlist from the New Haven show. Kurt also rec...
Tags: Kurt Vile, Northampton, Colbert, J Mascis, Ryan Adams, Brooklynvegan, Kurt, Amherst, New Haven, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Northampton MA, Kurt Vile J Mascis, Michael Keddy Kurt Vile, Pearl Street Nightclub


Chromeo Announce 3rd Annual Funk On The Rocks

Montreal's reigning funk ambassadors Chromeo have announced the third installment of their annual Funk On The Rocks concert at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, taking place June 2nd 2016. This year Chromeo and Jamie xx will headline with support from Four Tet and one more artist to be announced.
Tags: Colorado, Chromeo, Montreal, Jamie, Red Rocks Amphitheatre


Nadia Bolz-Weber, tattooed "Pastrix," ministers to sinners and saints

Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber delivers the Easter Sunday morning sermon at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in April 2011. Nadia Bolz-Weber , founder of the edgy church called House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, just finished her second book, "Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People."
Tags: Denver, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Nadia Bolz Weber, House for All Sinners and Saints