It’s remarkable. It’s been used by the white people since the late 1800’s. I don’t know if the Indians held it in regard but I suspect they did. It’s hard to say: they lost everything. They can’t even say for sure I bet.
I suspect it was. I say that because what that picture doesn’t show is it’s an entirely natural amphitheater. We are looking up from the stage where behind is a towering, curving rock face. Opposite the side we are seeing, is a slightly larger but equitable rock slab.
So this is Colorado (color red) and that’s about 10 minutes from where I grew up and I now live here again. I’m again, about ten minutes away.
Since the late 1800’s it’s been used for all kinds of events and a lot of music.
If you’re sitting on stage with just an acoustic and a big voice, it’s like your amped up.
In high school some old guy would go out there at night with his guitar, stand on the stage and play to nobody, except when we were there. We’d sit up top and could easily hear and we would cheer and flick our lighters and stuff.