Friday’s Jeff Mangum Show In Hartford Postponed Until Monday

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Jeff Mangum's show at the Great Hall at Union Station in Hartford was postponed a few days because of a major snowstorm. (Corey Greenwell)

Jeff Mangum’s show at the Great Hall at Union Station in Hartford was postponed a few days because of a major snowstorm. (Corey Greenwell)

We all held out hope against hope, but the threat of Mother Nature was just too unbearable. With the potential for nearly two feet of snow, Friday’s Jeff Mangum show at the Great Hall at Union Station was postponed.

The good news? You only need to wait a couple days.

Tickets will still be honored for the new date, Monday February 11.

From the Manic Productions Facebook:

Hey everyone,

Due to the impeding storm everyone has decided it would be best to postpone the JEFF MANGUM show. The new date is Monday, February 11th. All tickets will be honored but If you would like a refund please send a request no later than Saturday, February 9th at Noon (if you purchased a ticket you will receive an email from Ticketfly). If you have not yet purchased a ticket please keep an eye on our website http://www.manicproductions.org/ as some tickets may be released on Saturday at Noon.

Thank you – Mark/Manic Productions

Earlier Wednesday Manic Productions and the Great Hall venue were both holding out hope, saying that the show would still happen. The decision to postpone was publicized around 7 p.m.

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3 thoughts on “Friday’s Jeff Mangum Show In Hartford Postponed Until Monday

    1. Nick Caito Post author

      Yes, it is the Neutral Milk Hotel guy!
      The train station started hosting shows last fall. There’s only been a handful so far, the biggest was AWOL Nation and Imagine Dragons (here’s a link for more on that one)

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