ILLENIUM has just dropped a massive shocker and has informed fans that the first night of his three shows at Red Rocks has been canceled. The artist out of Denver has always been the hometown hero and has played countless shows at the venue but due to poor weather, the venue has notified ILLENIUM that the show won’t be happening today.
ILLENIUM was originally scheduled to perform three shows at his hometown venue including two album shows and one throwback set. Tonight’s show was originally added due to the first two shows selling out extremely quickly. However, the temperature has dipped to the low 20s with snow in the forecast which has forced the venue to cancel today’s event. Fortunately, the two remaining shows are still scheduled to continue as planned so most fans will still get their chance to ILLENIUM live in the coming days. Ticket refunds are currently being processed and will be fully refunded within the next 24-48 hours.
Check out the full statement from ILLENIUM regarding the disappointing show cancellation below.
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Hey Guys, I’m heartbroken to announce this right now. Unfortunately, due to extreme weather conditions, the City of Denver is unable to open Red Rocks Amphitheatre for our show today. The Ascend Thursday show is cancelled. We were ready for an epic snow party but we’ve exhausted all options and it just is not possible. Based upon the current forecast, Friday and Saturday’s shows will continue as scheduled. Refunds for tonight are in process, expect refund processing in 24-48 hours if tickets were purchased online through AXS or at point of purchase.