Information On Shows Happening In Colorado - The Colorado Sound

Information On Shows Happening In Colorado

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On Friday, Gov. Jared Polis canceled gatherings of more than 250 people, causing several show cancellations. Gatherings of 10 people or more are being strongly discouraged. 

Please be aware that that out of an abundance of caution, our Music Meeting, which was scheduled to take place March 19 at Georgia Boy’s BBQ Smokehouse in Frederick, has been canceled.

We will be holding a virtual music meeting online this week.

The Future Arts Foundation, which puts together the Bluebird Music Festival, has teamed up with Tinker Art Studio in Boulder to offer online art workshops to your kiddos during this time spent at home. More info.

The Bolder Boulder is being rescheduled to this fall. More information

 
The Sturgill Simpson show at Pepsi Center has been postponed until May 10


The Killers released a note regarding their recently announced August 18 Pepsi Center show

 


The Music District, a Fort Collins music community center, will close through at least May 3

 

 
 
 
 
 
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To the Swallow Hill community:⁣ ⁣ As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) situation evolves, Swallow Hill Music is putting all programming on hold effective Saturday, March 14 through the end of the month. This includes postponing all concerts, shutting down group and private classes, workshops, and community jams and canceling community outreach programming.⁣ ⁣ We are making this move to help slow the spread of COVID-19.⁣ ⁣ Over the course of the next few weeks, we will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments to that closure schedule as necessary.⁣ ⁣ Friday night’s concerts—Robyn Hitchcock in Daniels Hall, Gobs O’Phun in Tuft Theatre, and Altan and Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas at First Baptist Church—will go on as scheduled.⁣ ⁣ In the immediate hours and days, we will work to contact affected parties, including ticket holders and enrollees as to how to proceed.⁣ ⁣ For more than 40 years, people have turned to Swallow Hill for community and music. Our thoughts are with everyone in our community, our members, musicians, partners, instructors, and staff, as well as with our greater community across our city, state, and country.⁣ ⁣ In the upcoming days and weeks, we will remain in touch via email and on social media and will make updates on our website. Please contact us with your questions and concerns. We will make every effort to respond as quickly as possible.⁣ ⁣ We are taking every precaution to respond appropriately to the current moment, while ensuring that when we reopen our doors, Swallow Hill will continue to be a safe space for the local music community.⁣ ⁣ Thank you and be well!⁣ ⁣ Swallow Hill Music

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Swallow Hill Music will postpone March shows, beginning Saturday, March 14

 

 
 
 
 
 
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To the Swallow Hill community:⁣ ⁣ As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) situation evolves, Swallow Hill Music is putting all programming on hold effective Saturday, March 14 through the end of the month. This includes postponing all concerts, shutting down group and private classes, workshops, and community jams and canceling community outreach programming.⁣ ⁣ We are making this move to help slow the spread of COVID-19.⁣ ⁣ Over the course of the next few weeks, we will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments to that closure schedule as necessary.⁣ ⁣ Friday night’s concerts—Robyn Hitchcock in Daniels Hall, Gobs O’Phun in Tuft Theatre, and Altan and Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas at First Baptist Church—will go on as scheduled.⁣ ⁣ In the immediate hours and days, we will work to contact affected parties, including ticket holders and enrollees as to how to proceed.⁣ ⁣ For more than 40 years, people have turned to Swallow Hill for community and music. Our thoughts are with everyone in our community, our members, musicians, partners, instructors, and staff, as well as with our greater community across our city, state, and country.⁣ ⁣ In the upcoming days and weeks, we will remain in touch via email and on social media and will make updates on our website. Please contact us with your questions and concerns. We will make every effort to respond as quickly as possible.⁣ ⁣ We are taking every precaution to respond appropriately to the current moment, while ensuring that when we reopen our doors, Swallow Hill will continue to be a safe space for the local music community.⁣ ⁣ Thank you and be well!⁣ ⁣ Swallow Hill Music

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The Denver Post reports that all venues greater than 250 capacity are closing due to mandate made by Governor of Colorado, impacting: Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom, 1STBANK Center, Boulder Theater, Fox Theatre, Aggie Theatre, Washington’s, and many more

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Dear Friends, Due to the growing concerns involving everyone’s health surrounding the coronavirus (Covid-19), it is with deep regret we announce the need to postpone our remaining March tour dates (see dates below). This decision does not come easy as we would never want to disappoint you. However, our concern for your health and safety is our number one priority, especially at this time. We are aiming to reschedule these shows at a later date so keep your tickets nearby and we’ll be sure to keep you posted. Meanwhile, as always, we deeply appreciate your support and understanding. Be well, Jonathan & Zach MARCH TOUR DATES POSTPONED Thurs., March 12 – Portland, OR. – Aladdin Theatre Fri., March 13 – Tacoma, WA. – McMenamins Spanish Ballroom – Elk Temple Sun., March 15th – Seattle, WA. – Showbox Tues., March 17 – Salt Lake City, UT. – Commonwealth Room Wed., March 18 – Denver, CO. – Ogden Theatre Thurs., March 19 – Aspen, CO. – Belly Up Fri., March 20 – Telluride, CO. – Club Red

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The Boogie At The Broadmoor, scheduled to take place March 20-22 in Colorado Springs, has been postponed

 


The Mishawaka Amphitheatre will postpone all March dates

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A note to our community about our preparedness: (Please stay tuned for any additional updates) Over the last few weeks, growing concerns about health and safety have swept the nation and now our communities. We appreciate your loyalty and your business, and we want to provide you with an update as to what our team is doing to keep your family and friends safe. According to the CDC, “Coronaviruses are generally thought to be spread from person-to-person through respiratory droplets. Currently, there is no evidence to support transmission of COVID-19 associated with food.” The foodservice industry follows strict local public health guidelines. To meet these guidelines, restaurants have safety protocols and best practices in place, including guidance from ServSafe. Mishawaka has contacted state and local health departments for the latest advisories/information about coronavirus in our community. Cleanliness and sanitation have always been a top priority for us. Based on the most current recommendations from the CDC as well as the Department of Health and Safety, we have implemented a few additional strategies to help combat the spread of any possible contagions. -Attempt when possible to keep customers spaced out in the restaurant The following cleaning procedures were already in place, though we are increasing the frequency of them to further ensure your safety. -Disinfectant wipe downs of surfaces before and after every customer sits at a table -Disinfectant wipe downs of menus before and after each customer sits at a table In addition, we pledge to you that we will not let any staff members enter or work within our centers while showing any visible signs of sickness, as has always been our policy. We recommend that you make the same decision and choose not to dine with us if you’re feeling any flu-like symptoms. Please reach out with suggestions, questions, or concerns that may arise, you are welcome to message us at info@themishawaka.com or reply to this email. Thank you and we will see you soon, Matt Hoeven and Dani Grant

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Record Store Day, scheduled to take place April 18 in Colorado and nationwide, has been postponed until June 20


The Belly Up in Aspen is pausing operations

 

 
 
 
 
 
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COVID-19 statement from Belly Up Aspen

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The Bluebird Music Festival, which was to take place April 18 at Boulder’s Mackey Auditorium, has been canceled

 

 
 
 
 
 
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It is with deep sadness that we must announce the cancellation of this year’s Bluebird Music Festival. The University of Colorado has decided that any event taking place on campus with over 150 attendees will be suspended effective immediately through the end of the school year. We must respect their decision and hope these measures protect our attendees from around the country who attend our special event. However, we cannot lie. This is a tremendous blow to the Future Arts Foundation. The event brings in 70% of our annual revenue. So cancelling this, and doing the right thing by refunding tickets, will cost schools not to receive instruments, children of teachers and first responders not to receive summer art classes, and our already underpaid, hard working staff not to receive a paycheck. Beginning Monday, March 16, we’ll be refunding all tickets and fees purchased through the Macky Auditorium site, except the $4 per order FAF fee. This fee just covers very basic foundation fees. Please allow 30 days for this process to take place; you will receive a confirmation email and see this refund appear in your account by April 16, 2020. If you have any questions about the status of your refund, you may contact the Macky Auditorium box office after this date. If you’d like to help the Future Arts Foundation by donating back your ticket money, or any amount, you can do so at www.fafcolorado.org/donate. We’re a small nonprofit that tries to do a lot. This is a crushing blow, but with your support, we’ll be back. We love you all, take care of each other, and we hope to see you next year. Thank you.

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In Estes Park, the Infamous Stringdusters have canceled their shows at The Stanley Hotel


eTown events in Boulder have been postponed through April 6

     


    Rescheduled: Los Lobos move shows to October 23 (Fort Collins), October 24 (Boulder), October 25 (Steamboat) and the subdudes and Liz Barnez shows at The Armory in Fort Collins, scheduled for March 19 and 20, have been rescheduled for June 11th and 12
     


    Earlier in the week, Pearl Jam postponed Pepsi Center show and the first leg of the tour

     

     
     
     
     
     
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    As residents of the city of Seattle, we’ve been hit hard and have witnessed firsthand how quickly these disastrous situations can escalate. Our kids’ schools have closed along with universities and businesses. It’s been brutal and it’s gonna get worse before it gets better. So we are being told that being part of large gatherings is high on the list of things to avoid as this global health crisis is now beginning to affect all of our lives. Unfortunately, communing in large groups is a huge part of what we do as a band and the tour we’ve been busy planning for months is now in jeopardy… We have and will always keep the safety and well-being of our supporters as top priority. So it is with deep frustration and regret that we are forced to make this most unfortunate of announcements… This scheduled first leg of our PJ/Gigaton tour will need to be postponed and shows rescheduled for a later date. We’ve worked hard with all our management and business associates to find other solutions or options but the levels of risk to our audience and their communities is simply too high for our comfort level. Add to that we also have a unique group of passionate fans who travel far and wide. We’ve always been humbled by this and respect their energies and devotion. However in this case, travel is something to avoid. It certainly hasn’t helped that there’s been no clear messages from our government regarding people’s safety and our ability to go to work. Having no examples of our national health department’s ability to get ahead of this, we have no reason to believe that it will be under control in the coming weeks ahead. Again, here in Seattle what we are witnessing we would not wish for anyone. What we do wish for the rest of the country is that they can avoid the harsh negative effects of this and retain their sense of community and take care of one another. Just as we look forward to our next concerts and the ability to gather together and play loud songs as energized as ever. We are so sorry… And deeply upset.. If anyone out there feels the same based on this news, we share that emotion with you. – Ed & Pearl Jam

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