It's something that every artist dreams about, but now Dierks Bentley doesn't have to dream anymore because it's a reality. This week (Aug. 16), Bentley and his band played to a sold out crowd at Morrison, Colo.'s iconic Red Rocks Amphithetre to a total of 9,450 fans who came to party.

"Red Rocks is right there at the top of every artist’s bucket list to play," Bentley said following the electrifying show. "It’s crazy to be able to perform there again, and this time with a wild, sold out crowd. [I] can’t wait to go back!"

Other musical greats who have stepped foot on that stage in the past have been the likes of the Beatles and U2. The Zac Brown Band also performed to a sold out crowd at Red Rocks in the past year.

Next week, Bentley will keep the good times rollin' next week with the launch of his Country and Cold Cans: Back to College Tour, also featuring the Cadillac Black. The tour also has inspired the release of a new four-song EP, 'Country and Cold Cans,' which will be available on Tuesday, Aug. 21. Click here for a full list of the college tour dates, as well as Bentley's other performances throughout the year.

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