These Red Rocks Concerts Canceled Over Coronavirus

The City of Denver has canceled every Red Rocks concert through May 11.

That means 4/20 festivities aren't happening on the Rocks. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard lost its show. Same with Galantis, Snoop Dogg and the Easter Sunrise Service.

Some will be rescheduled, others not. Individual promoters, mostly AEG and Live Nation, will be deciding which concerts are rescheduled or outright canceled. (In the following days, Denver's online ticketing partner, AXS, will be contacting customers about cancellations.)

"We appreciate your patience as our teams and partners work through this unprecedented time," the city says.

Here is every main-stage concert or event that is now canceled (some may be rescheduled):

Easter Sunrise Service, April 12 (Canceled, the Colorado Council of Churches will hold a virtual event at 6 a.m. instead)

Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and Cypress Hill, April 16 (Canceled)

Ganja White Night — Wobble Rocks, April 17 to 19 (Canceled)

Ice Cube, Method Man & Redman, Action Bronson, April 20 (Postponed)

Galantis and 3LAU, April 24 (Postponed)

Lotus, April 25 (Canceled)

Five Finger Death Punch, April 27

Trevor Hall / Citizen Cope, May 1 (Canceled)

Sublime With Rome, May 2 (Postponed)

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, May 5 and May 6 (Rescheduled for October 12 and 13)

Hippie Sabotage, May 7 (Canceled)

Brantley Gilbert, May 8 and May 9 (Rescheduled, new dates TBA)

Die Antwoord, May 10 (Postponed)

The 1975, May 11 (Postponed)

Russ, May 13 (Rescheduled, new dates TBA)

In This Moment, May 17, (Postponed)

Hillsong, May 18 (Rescheduled for Friday, August 21)

Kevin Gates, May 19 (Canceled)

The Motet and Turkuaz, May 22 (Canceled)

The Devil Makes Three, May 23 (Canceled)

Chromeo/Madeon, May 29 (Canceled)

Jai Wolf, May 25 (Canceled)

Snails, June 20
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