Concert goers left in the lurch as 6-month ticket vouchers expire

DENVER (KDVR) — COVID-19 has continued countless concerts but Charlie Hunsucker never thought obtaining a refund or maybe a credit may be so difficult. The 66-year old paid $213 dollars for four tickets to see The Who at the Pepsi Center on May 22. He purchased the seats from a ticket agent named Vivid Seats,
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Kiszla: Why the Avs are frugal in Cup quest, Von Miller might be done with Broncos and Nolan Arenado could be stuck in bad Rockies marriage

With untrue Stanley Cup ambitions and oodles of money to spend, why didn’t the Avalanche splurge on prior MVP Taylor Hall on the first day of NHL free service? COVID-19. Does linebacker Von Miller get crabby when a Denver radio station asks him about taking a paycut to stay with the Broncos? COVID-19. How can
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Polis: ‘Colorado needs to bear down’ to reverse upward trends

DENVER (KDVR) — Governor Jared Polis said Colorado has seen an uptick in COVID-19 cases in nine of the past 14 days and growth in hospitalizations for 11 of the past 14 days. “Colorado needs to bear down,” he said. Polis then expressed that he thinks we are past the halfway point in this pandemic
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‘Being young does not make you immune’: Denver sets new regulations for colleges, student-athletes

DENVER (KDVR) – After a recent of spike of COVID-19 cases at University of Colorado Boulder, Denver city officials are calling on all colleges and universities to issue additional coronavirus regulations to stop the spread of the virus among students and student athletes. “The risk of continuing to spread this deadly virus is real and
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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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List: Where to get a COVID-19 test in the Denver metro area

AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman announced a new free COVID-19 community testing site on Monday. Testing is being held at the Aurora Sports Park, 19300 East Colfax Ave in Aurora. The testing is available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., 7 days a week. Here is a list of other testing sites
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Gov. Polis scolds those who gathered at large rodeo and concert in Weld County

DENVER (KDVR) — Gov. Jared Polis scolded big audiences that attended a rodeo and concert near Lochbuie at Weld County on the weekend. He said such events could cause more COVID-19 outbreaks. Polis said the gatherings are downright harmful, especially when the country is currently trying to maintain virus’ disperse under control. The Weld County
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Avalanche’s Tyson Jost enters NHL restart with confidence: “I want to be in the lineup”

Avalanche ahead Tyson Jost will restart the NHL season in Edmonton just a brief drive. However, his family was canceled by the coronavirus pandemic. “I’ll be about 15 minutes down the road from them, but I won’t see them for two and a half a year,” Jost said. “That’will be bizarre. It s bothersome. …
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Jim Hilliard, battling ALS, will get to watch son, Sam, play for Rockies Friday night

COVID-19 will keep most fans out of Globe Life Field this season. Most fans. But thanks to the efforts of Rangers general manager Jon Daniels and his staff, one very special family was in attendance Tuesday night in a comfy, safe place. Jim and Tamara Hilliard, the parents of Rockies rookie outfielder Sam Hilliard, were
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A whole new look, for a whole new NBA game experience

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — There’s no bench. The courtside broadcasters will not be courtside. And the stat crew will be doing their work inside what loosely can be described as an oversized hockey penalty box. The NBA comes back Wednesday with a very different look. The league’s marketing motto for the restart of the
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