More And More Postponements…

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As one can naturally assume, with the travel ban in place most of Saturday and many secondary roads not even touched yet Sunday, there have been quite a few postponements.

Here’s a partial list of them, in case you missed it. Worse comes to worse, make sure to check the venue before risking life and limb out there. If you’re looking for a total refund, many venues are only offering them in the next couple of days. So act fast.

Damon & Naomi were set to play the Willimantic Records anniversary party. The two Galaxie 500 members have rescheduled to March 23, though the rest of the acts will go on as planned.

The Space posted a photo on their Facebook page of the venue parking lot filled with mountains of snow. Needless to say, Sunday night’s Nothing Left To Give show is canceled. Saturday’s G-Eazy show was postponed until April 8, and the rapper’s Pearl Street show in Northampton was moved to April 16.

Saturday’s Johnny Winter concert at Ridgefield Playhouse for the Arts postponed to Thursday, May. 9.

If you were a Bon Jovi fan who didn’t want to brave the roads last night to get to Mohegan, no problem. The show was moved back to October 25. For those snowed in at the casino, you may have caught the free show he put on Saturday afternoon. Trapt was going to play at the Wolf Den on Saturday, but that’s been moved to Monday. The Buckinghams were going to be at the Den Sunday, but that’s been canceled.

Saturday’s With Honor and My Heart To Joy show was postponed. There’s no new date yet, but click here for the most up to date info from the show promoters. Friday night’s show with Make Do And Mend, Misery Signals, and With Honor at the El N Gee was moved to Sunday night, Feb. 10.

Richard Shindell at Infinity Hall on Sunday night looks to be a go. Ian Hunter was moved to Feb. 13.

The Nuclears and The Sweet Ones at Arch Street Tavern on Sunday night has been canceled.

Monday is still pretty up in the air. Jeff Mangum show at Hartford’s Union Station was first moved from Friday to Monday, and has now been postponed until Tuesday, Feb. 19. More tickets to the show have been released. So if you didn’t get one, now’s the time to strike.


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