#ArtFindsUs takes performance art to the people — on a flatbed truck and in pedicabs

In a Safeway parking lot in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood on a mid-June weekday, dancers Jasmine Francisco and Samiyah Lynnice Parramore were making the most of  #ArtFindsUs’ teensy stage. Above them, clouds were gathering energy for a burst of rain that would scotch their third stop, at the Blair-Caldwell Library. (The first took place in
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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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What the Future Holds For Your Favorite Denver Music Venues

As a community, musicians, musicians and people employed within the music industry in Denver are experiencing a collective struggle right now. Those people who rely on shows and concerts, whether as our primary source of income or our act of entertainment, are reevaluating the way we connect in the ways which are most valuable for
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Review – Post Malone Might Have Given Denver Its Last Major Concert For a While (And It Was a Damn Good Show)

It seems like every headline brings tidings of another cancellation. Music festivals and tours have been canceled or postponed right and left. Major sporting events, such as the Rockies opening day and hockey games that will secure the Colorado Avalanche a place in the playoffs, are still being postponed for a minimum of two weeks.
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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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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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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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The Killers Plan to Go Forward With Tour Despite Coronavirus

The Killers are still planning to proceed with their tour, even though coronavirus concerns. Brandon Flowers along with his bandmates took to Instagram on Thursday (March 12) to update fans. “People of Earth, greetings and salutations,” they composed. “We’ve been putting this tour together and we are eager to finally share it with you. ”
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Céline Dion Cancels Concerts Because of Common Cold, Doesn’t Have COVID-19

Céline Dion‘s heart will go on, however, two of her upcoming Courage World Tour concerts will not. At a social networking article on Tuesday, the Grammy-winning singer’s team declared that Dion had come down with a common cold, directing her to postpone the Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania dates of her Courage World Tour.  “I’m
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