Live music is (sort of) returning to Colorado's best outdoor venue, The Know reported. While it won't be quite comparable to Red Rocks' typical summertime EDM festivals or a Jethro Tull show for that matter, it will be the best and safest thing we can do right now, in terms of concerts.

Acoustic on the Rocks is a five-night acoustic performance from the Colorado Symphony starting on Wednesday, July 29, 'the first concerts to be hosted at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in months,' according to The Denver Channel.

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The show will be a 'purely acoustic concert,' the Colorado Symphony said, and will feature just 20 musicians, spread out, with no microphones.

'Facial coverings are required to be worn by all patrons in order to enter the venue and are required to be worn while moving throughout the venue in a socially distanced manner,' Red Rocks posted on Facebook, while encouraging physical distancing.'Ticket purchase information may be used for contact tracing in the event it is needed for your safety.'

Of course, seating will be spaced by household and will be limited, and masks are required. You can read more about the show from The Know here.