Deftones confirm rescheduled dates of US tour with Poppy and Gojira

Deftones, Gojira and Poppy have confirmed a rescheduled streak of dates to August and September following year, following coronavirus driven them to cancel a string of shows this summer. The new dates begin in Minneapolis on August 12, also end in Portland on September 22 with initial tickets honoured. Refunds are available for fans. READ
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Pepsi Center COVID-19 testing site results could take up to 8 days

DENVER (KDVR) — COVID-19 testing in the Pepsi Center will be capped at 2,000 tests every day to help the labs catch up on evaluation results.  Following a four day closed due to Independence Day and a day, a wait was to receive examined in the Pepsi Center Monday morning. Denver made a decision to
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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (July 4)

From career milestones and new music releases to announcements and much more, Billboard editors highlight the news buzz in Latin songs. Here’s what happened in the Latin music world this week: Yandel’s sweet surprise for his spouse Last week, Yandel amazed his wife, Ester Cielo, for the birthday, showering the house with a mariachi band
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Bandimere Speedway flouting COVID-19 restrictions by allowing too many fans, Jeffco officials say

A drag race track in Morrison is in hot water with Jefferson County health officials for allegedly allowing too many fans to congregate in violation of state rules meant to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. A letter from Mark Johnson, executive director of Jefferson County Public Health, to Bandimere Speedway expressed concern it
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Gov. Polis announces closing of some bars and nightclubs, Protect Our Neighbor phase requirements

DENVER (KDVR) — In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Governor Jared Polis declared the closing of pubs for in-person company, but they are able to continue to market alcohol to-go. Bars that currently serve serve and food can stay open under the rules of distancing, seating guests using their celebration and not permitting mingling.  This
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No Audience? No Problem. Full Production Concerts Are Returning to Empty Venues

On May 15, Jason Isbell celebrated the release of his latest album, Reunions, with his band the 400 Unit by christening the stage at the newly-built Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville alongside his wife musician Amanda Shires. The music venue and bowling alley was scheduled to make its grand opening in March, but remained shuttered after
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Matchbox Twenty Reschedules Summer Tour to 2021: See the New Dates

Matchbox Twenty announced the rescheduled dates for their U.S. summer tour today (June 22), which will run from July to October 2021. The major arena/amphitheater jaunt will now kick off in Uncasville’s Mohegan Sun Arena on July 16 and snake across the country before wrapping in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 7. Ticketholders will
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“She’s Liberated!“: Betye Saar Responds to Retirement of Aunt Jemima Brand

Aunt Jemima syrup (via Mike Mozart/ / Flickr) As protests against racism that was institutionalized and police violence continue in cities across the US and beyond brands branding established on ideology or iconography and are taking a good look at their novelty the continued use of logos. This week, Quaker Oats — a subsidiary of
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Coronavirus and sports: What Colorado fans can expect from their new “normal”

The joint ticks every box. A 55-inch TV is visible from almost every angle. A collection of game-worn hockey sweaters and baseball jerseys hangs with pride along one wall, with special dispensation for the No. 92 of Avalanche center Gabe Landeskog and the No. 31 worn by former University of Denver goalie Evan Cowley. If
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A month after transition to ‘Safer at Home’ phase, COVID-19 cases steadily declining in Colorado

DENVER (KDVR) — More than just a month after Colorado switched out of a “Stay at Home” order to “Safer at Home,” there hasn’t been a spike in COVID-19 instances. The latest data in the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment indicates the average of instances, dependent on the coverage date, has steadily diminished
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