Colorado Venues Are Going Red Tonight to Save Its Live Event Industry

The live events industry, among the hardest to be struck by the coronavirus, is hanging on by a thread. As among the primary businesses shut down — with millions of jobs lost because of restrictions on large scale parties and no national aid in sight — amusement destinations all over the nation, are taking it
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Justin Bieber Downright Cancels 2020 Tour, Other Touring Acts Settle For Indefinite Postponement

As the amount of verified COVID-19 instances — and associated deaths — continue to scale across the world, the date for if lifestyles and company operations will resume as regular keeps getting pushed further and further to the future. People are currently adapting to the notion that they have to stay at home for months instead
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Live Nation Commits $10 Million to its Relief Fund for Live Music Crews

Behind every artist is an throng of industry specialists, including backline technicians, audio engineers, production and tour managers, light designers, special effects teams, carpenters and much more. As follows, the widespread place closures and concert cancellations due to the spread of coronavirus directly impact the livelihoods of an entire network of people — not only
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Pearl Jam Postpones Their Spring Tour and Pepsi Center Show Due to Coronavirus

At the night of March 9, the grunge rock band, Pearl Jam, declared on Instagram they’re Gigaton Tour” because of the coronavirus outbreak. Their forthcoming show at the Pepsi Center on April 9 is just one of many that have to be rescheduled for a later time. At the moment, the specific date of rsquo
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Major Events in Colorado Canceled in Response to Coronavirus

During the final months of the previous decade, the national conversation concentrated on critiquing the effects — and effectiveness — of our burgeoning cancel culture. Now, in a strange twist, many of the events that enrich our culture are getting canceled, and for a completely unrelated reason. An increasing number of businesses, organizations and influential
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Live Nation and AEG Have Suspended Tours Until April Due to Coronavirus

With fears of the spread of the coronavirus reefs round the country, the two largest concert promotion companies have halted concert tours before April and are recommending the postponement of all large scale events, according to Rolling Stone. What exactly does this imply for Denver residents? There will be a slew of postponements and cancellations of
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Just Announced – The Black Keys, Kraftwerk-3D and Judas Priest Come to Denver

Looks like we’re officially knee-deep in concert announcement season. From Red Rocks to Mission Ballroom, some heavy-hitting acts are coming through town. For starters, the Black Keys have announced their return. Following a massive comeback show at the Pepsi Center in September of last year, the Black Keys are continuing their “Let’s Rock Tour” but
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Local Listen – Andy Seth Finds the Flow with “Bling”

This can be an entry in a continuous chain for 303 Magazine, that will offer a range of album reviews. It’s our goal to highlight the abilities of musicians, whether specialists to novices or the industry. Like the bands, the album can be refreshing or something we just haven’t even possess the ability to remove
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Just Announced – Alicia Keys and Hall & Oates Coming To Denver

Alicia Keys had already surprised fans with an announcement of her coming eighth studio album, ALICIA, prior to stepping up a notch. The Grammy award-winning musician will deliver her tour, “ALICIA – The World Tour” to the Bellco Theatre on August 27. “In addition to new music, Keys will be bringing her classics – out
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Staff Picks – Our 28 Favorite Concerts of 2019

2019 brought plenty of fresh faces to the various Denver stages, and with a new venue in tow, we were blessed with some seasoned acts that surpassed the tests of time as well. With iconic names like Elton John, Garth Brooks, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones making appearances in The Mile High
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