WARDRUNA Announces Red Rocks Amphitheatre Show Featuring Special Guest CHELSEA WOLFE

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Following Wardruna‘s release of the single “Hertan,” the band have announced their only US performance on October 3rd, 2024 at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. Singer-songwriter Chelsea Wolfe will be featured as a special guest during this event.
The show is part of an extensive world tour in 2024 and 2025, where the band is set to perform in selected venues and theaters across Europe, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, and more. These include performances at prominent venues such as the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Oslo Opera House. Wardruna will also make their long-awaited and first-ever appearances in Australia, New Zealand, and Latin America. The full list of shows can be found below.
Einar Selvik comments on the Red Rocks show: “The memories of our previous performance at Red Rocks still resonates strongly in us and so it is safe to say that our excitement over the chance to start the new cycle and revisit this unique and legendary place is formidable! This time we are lucky to be joined by the powerful Chelsea Wolfe as our support and we promise you a night to remember!
Chelsea Wolfe adds: “I’m excited and honored to support Wardruna at Red Rocks — what a beautiful setting to experience their songs and voices. I’ve seen them live twice now and it was absolutely fantastic and powerful both times. Listening to Wardruna always a lift in spirit for me. They’re my favorite band and I’m really grateful for the care and intention they put into their music..
Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 12, 10 AM MST at THIS LOCATION.

Picture by Jussi Silvennoinen | Design by Øivind Myksvoll

On April 5,  Wardruna released a new song “Hertan,” alongside a music video. The track explores the duality of the heart with the rhythm, flow, and pulse one can see, hear, and feel in nature and all forms of life. It also dives into the more abstract idea of the heart as the rudder on the ship of emotions, our decisions, and our true desires. The music video was shot with Finnish director and photographer Tuukka Koski, who also created the video for “Raido,” “Voluspá,” and “Grá.” Watch it below.


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