Kerry Audie, owner of Pearl Street Fitness in Pearl St. and Mississippi, clears the sidewalk in front of her store of heavy snow on October 29, 2019. (Andy Cross, The Denver Post)
After Denver saw 6.7 inches of snow from a storm that rolled over Sunday and Monday, a second snow storm is currently covering the Front Range, with 1.2 inches already reported in Denver this morning. And that’s not all: this storm, which lasts through Wednesday, is expected to fall another 8 to 12 inches on the city, according to the National Weather Service.
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And of course there are cancellations and closures on slippery roads and a third snow day in a row. Check back later in the day as we update this list of concert and event cancellations, as well as art and cultural organization closings across the city.
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5:33 p.m. Tuesday: Tomorrow (Wednesday October 30th) Alternate driver show at the Bluebird Theater was canceled, no catch-up date available. Refunds are available at the time of purchase, likely axs.com.
5.30 p.m. Tuesday: Today’s events related to the NEA Big Read Programs have been canceled, said Denver Arts & Venues. This includes both an event His theater and an event in University of Denver Storm Hall. All city-related art and culture cancellations will be posted at artsandvenues.com/calendar, a spokeswoman said.
4:58 p.m. Tuesday: This evening Matt and Kim show at the Ogden Theater Still running, but opener SWMRS couldn’t make it to Denver, so Slow Caves will take their place. The Ogden also sells toll-free tickets for upcoming shows at the venue’s box office.
4:17 p.m. Tuesday: Chop the chicken Closed Tuesday morning at 2 p.m.
4:10 p.m. Tuesday: The snow has been refreshed for Snowmageddon Part 2: Electric Boogaloo, and Broadway Market Closed at 4 p.m. so that employees can get home safely, according to a Facebook post.
3:23 p.m. Tuesday: “Because of the predicted storm Flat iron crossing will be closed today, October 29th, at 6:00 pm, ”read a Facebook post. “Check back for updates in the hours tomorrow! Stay warm! “
3:06 p.m. Tuesday: In case you’re wondering about Tuesday night Wu Tang Clan Concert at Mission Ballroom, it still happens – and for those who brave the weather, the Mission box office is selling toll-free tickets to the upcoming Black Star Gang and Q-Tip / Busta Rhymes shows, according to a 3pm post from Mission Ballroom.
3:03 p.m. Tuesday: “Due to dangerous road conditions we are closed today, October 29, 2019.” The Roxy Theater posted on facebook.
3 p.m. Tuesday: All four locations of Sushi rama are closed Tuesday, and sister restaurant and Osaka ramen closed for dinner on Tuesday evening, according to a Facebook post.
2:58 p.m. Tuesday: All locations of Machete tequila + tacos are closed on Tuesday according to a Facebook post.
1:59 p.m. Tuesday: Bad news for theatergoers: Tuesday night Denver center Performances of “A Doll’s House, Part 2” and “The Improvised Shakespeare Company” have been canceled, according to a tweet from the Denver Center.
Note: The performances of “A Doll’s House, Part 2” and “The Improvised Shakespeare Company” that evening have been canceled due to weather conditions. Cashiers call customers to reschedule the appointment. Thank you for your patience. Stay safe! #DCPADolls @ImprovShakesCo #DCPAToday pic.twitter.com/IXPfkneYRS
– DenverCenter (@DenverCenter) October 29, 2019
1:43 p.m. Tuesday: Denver Children’s Museum Closed Tuesday at 1:00 p.m., according to Marketing Director Rick Stockwood. The museum will evaluate conditions on Wednesday at 6am before deciding whether to open as usual. Visit the museum’s website for more information.
1:26 p.m. Tuesday: “Due to the bad weather in the area, History Colorado Center will be closed to the public today, Tuesday, October 29th at 2:30 pm, ”read a Facebook post.
1:20 p.m. Tuesday: Tuesday evening David Cook and Megan Burtt Concert at Globe hall was postponed according to Facebook. Not a word yet on a makeup date.
1:07 p.m. Tuesday: Both at the York Street and Chatfield Farms locations Denver Botanical Garden closes on Tuesday, October 29th at 1:30 p.m. and opens again on Wednesday, October 30th, at 10 a.m. (one hour later than usual).
1 p.m. Tuesday: Art is no match for this epic snow – Denver Museum of Contemporary Art is closed today and plans to reopen tomorrow, according to a Facebook post.
12:53 p.m. Tuesday: The Denver Art Museum stays open until 5 p.m. today, but all evening events have been canceled according to a Facebook post.
If you thought of braving the cold for sushi today, Sushi Co announced that all locations (in Park Hill, Cherry Hills, and Berkeley Park) will be closed on Thursday, October 29th.
11:45 a.m. Tuesday: The Denver Museum of Nature & Science closes on Tuesday, October 29th, at 1 p.m.
All evening activities are canceled. The museum will reopen to normal operations tomorrow, Oct. 30, at 9 a.m., unless otherwise noted, officials said.
11 a.m. Tuesday: The Denver Zoo will be closed due to snow conditions on Tuesday, October 29, officials said on Twitter this morning.
That didn’t stop Nick and Luci – two of the city park institution’s sea lions – from enjoying “a nice relaxing swim in their heated pool”.
It may be a chilly 20C this morning, but our California sea lions Nick and Luci are enjoying a lovely relaxing swim in their heated pool. So have fun with this video, because due to today’s snowy weather, the Denver Zoo is closed for the day. pic.twitter.com/WJlp0nWj1D
– Denver Zoo (@DenverZoo) October 29, 2019
Also canceled for tonight: Sasha Sagan‘s bookstore in Boulder. The daughter of the famous astronomer Carl Sagan was supposed to be on Bouldering book store tonight, but now the performance will sit out due to the weather.
“We’re trying to reschedule, but if you’ve purchased a voucher please call the store for a refund (303-447-2074),” the organizers wrote in an email.
Check back here all day for the latest updates.
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