Your favorite Colorado music venue is at risk of closing. That’s why it will be lit up in red tonight.

If you notice an unusual amount of red lights across Colorado tonight, it’s because the live-events industry is in crisis mode. In an effort to draw attention to the ongoing #WeMakeEvents #RedAlertRESTART initiative, nearly 50 Colorado venues and countless more homes and shop windows will turn red from 9 p.m. to midnight on Sept. 1. They
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AEG Presents Reportedly Cancels/Postpones Many Colorado Concerts Through July

A number of concerts originally supposed to be held in these Colorado places as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Mission Ballroom and 1st Bank Center through July have been canceled or postponed as a result of coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic pandemic as per Denver’s CBS 4. CBS 4 cites a statement from concert promotion company AEG Presents,
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No events at Pepsi Center, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park for 30 days due to coronavirus

Hyoung Chang, The Denver PostFans at the Pepsi Center for UFC 150 on Aug. 11, 2012. Kroenke Sports and Entertainment is putting on record all shows at its venues — such as the Pepsi Center and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park — for the next 30 days in light of this novel coronavirus. The statement comes
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Live Nation, AEG expected to suspend all tours, but tonight’s Post Malone show in Denver is still on

Live Nation, the nation ’s biggest concert promoter, and AEG Presents, which was launched by Denver billionaire Philip Anschutz, will officially suspend all upcoming concerts through the conclusion of the month in light of the new coronavirus pandemic, The New York Times reported Thursday. Including dozens, perhaps hundreds, of concerts from the Denver metro region,
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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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Rascal Flatts, STS9, Bauhaus, Korn and more upcoming Colorado concerts

Country-pop crossover royalty Rascal Flatts will Draw its Life Is a Highway Tour to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Oct. 7, Using opener King Calaway. Tickets for the farewell tour, as it’s being sold, are on sale in 10 a.m. Feb. 21. ($39.25-$109.25, axs.com) Having tucked plenty of sold-out runs in Red Rocks Amphitheatre under its
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Megadeth, Wynonna, Dermot Kennedy, Glass Animals and more concerts coming to Denver

Metal lifers Megadeth along with the slightly-younger (formed in 1994, anyway) Lamb of God are co-headlining that the Pepsi Center on Nov. 5 within a 2020 joint venture, with openers Trivium and In Flames. Tickets are on sale in 10 a.m. Feb. 14. ($39.50-$99.50, altitudetickets.com) Chris Stapleton has added a Pepsi Center series for his All American Road
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Boz Scaggs, Zeds Dead, Kaleo, Yo-Yo Ma and more are coming to Denver

Boz Scaggs and his renowned pipes will serenade buffs in Grand Junction (June 11 at the Amphitheatre at Las Colonias Park) and Colorado Springs (June 13 at Pikes Peak Center) that summer, with tickets for the latter on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 7. ($40-$90, axs.com) Zeds Dead, an electronic act that takes over Red Rocks,
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Just Announced – Pearl Jam, RUFUS DÜ SOL, Matchbox 20 and More Headed to Denver

It s a couple of weeks into 2020, but in terms of concerts, things are looking great. Today, a lot of shows — which range from Red Rocks into the Pepsi Center — will be on the books, and will surely be hitting for your pockets. First and foremost, ’90s personalities, Pearl Jam, fresh off
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