Tensions are brewing over noise levels at a popular Colorado concert venue.
Neighbors living near Red Rocks Amphitheatre say some concerts are literally shaking their homes, and they want something done about it.
About thirty homeowners got together and wrote a letter to Jefferson County asking the commissioners step in help reduce the noise levels and the number of concerts.
Back in January, the concert venue did put new sound regulations in place, but neighbors say so far those new regulations haven't made much of a difference.
The commissioners, representatives from Red Rocks and neighbors met Friday to work things out.
Neighbors say it's a step in the right direction.
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