The String Cheese Incident Selects Red Rocks 2002 Concert For ‘Friday Night Cheese’
The String Cheese Incident selected their July 6, 2002 Red Rocks concert for the next Friday Night Cheese webcast. The show will air on Friday, March 5 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on the JamBase Livestreams Calendar via nugs.net.
Cheese first performed at Red Rocks on June 15, 1999 during a “Telluride On The Rocks” showcase. Their headlining debut came a year later on June 30, 2000.SCI’s perennial Red Rocks runs have now become a Colorado tradition for the home state band.
The String Cheese Incident detailed their 2002 performance at the iconic Colorado venue via social media. Read a statement from the band below:
This Friday, March 5th, we’re back with our next monthly edition of Friday Night Cheese! This week, we’re keeping it “old-school” as we feature our first 2002 FNC webcast, the July 6, 2002 Incident at Red Rocks! This show was the final night of the four-night Colorado Independence Day run, featuring two shows in Steamboat followed by two at the fabled Red Rocks. How many of you were with us for all four nights of the “festival”?!?
This Incident has a unique setlist that we’re sure you’ll enjoy revisiting with us. Robert Randolph guests on a couple of songs, and we bring out the DRUMS during set two for a rockin’ ending to our 2002 Red Rocks run.