It was a homecoming of sorts when Gregory Alan Isakov played Red Rocks Amphitheatre this past Labor Day. The singer-songwriter is in the middle of a national tour, but Colorado isn’t just another stop along the way. It’s the place he now resides. So when the Boulder-based singer announced “it’s good to be home” partway through his set Monday night, the sentiment seemed extra genuine. And the crowd – who seemed extra delighted to be there – cheered in response.
Isakov and his band played a mix from multiple albums during the 19 song set that included a two-part, acoustic encore. Check out our photos from the night below: