KUSA - This Thursday, the Denver Film Society presents the 30th Anniversary of U2's "Under a Blood Red Sky" in honor of legendary concert promoter Barry Fey, who passed away in April.
Sean Kelly of The Samples, a band scheduled to perform that night, stopped by the 9NEWS studios Saturday morning to talk about the show.
The Barry Fey Foundation will now be donating funds from the event to the American Red Cross and the Colorado Flood Relief Fund in light of recent events.
According to Red Rocks Online, free tickets are available to those affected by the storms and all first responders by showing an ID at the Box Office on Red Rocks Park Road.
Barry Fey was a major part of the Colorado music scene since arriving in Denver in 1967. On Dec. 26, 1968 Fey promoted the first Led Zeppelin show in North America. In June 1969, Feyline presented the final performance of The Jimi Hendrix Experience. In 1983, he produced the U2 Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky concert film.
After his passing, The Barry Fey Foundation's main mission is to eradicate suicide in the Colorado community. The foundation will work with entertainers and entertainment venues to raise awareness and make preventative resources available.
Tickets are on sale at King Soopers stores or by calling 1-800-325-SEAT, they are $20.00 with all fees included.
For more information on show times, visit http://www.redrocksonline.com/CalendarEventDisplay.aspx?id=224588
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