Entries tagged with: cancellations
photos by Kevin Figueroa
Foxygen's Jonathan Rado and Sam France @ SXSW 2013
Sounds like Foxygen need a rest. The band just canceled their European dates set for May and June, writing on their Facebook this morning:
We have some unfortunate news. We have to cancel our upcoming EU dates for May and June and upcoming EU festival dates. We'd like apologize to all our European fans and supporters. We know this causes frustration and headaches for ticket buyers and promoters alike. We assure you this is ultimately for the creative health of the band. We will back in EU very soon and promise to make this up to all of you. Please understand. Thank you again, all of you. Your time, attention and support mean the world to us. Love, Foxygen.The band have been nonstop touring since their release of their acclaimed new album, We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic. Their tour with Unknown Mortal Orchestra brought them to SXSW where they had a bunch of shows scheduled. That's where an exhausted Sam France lashed out at a fan during a Foxygen performance on the Thursday (3/15) of that week, and then ended up, as mentioned, canceling their appearance at our Saturday day party:
A couple more shots from SXSW and all tour dates are listed below. Rest up guys.
Local H (Scott Lucas on right)
Sometimes when bands cancel shows/tours due to illness, our reaction is "buck up, camper! Play through it!" But in the case of Local H frontman Scott Lucas... we'll let him explain (via facebook):
Here's what happened : A month ago, after... a date in Moscow, I was assaulted and robbed. The attacker came up from behind and put me in a chokehold until I passed out. When I came to, I was in a stairwell with all of my pockets empty. No phone, no wallet, no cash, and (worst of all) no passport. Nothing. Even my hat and glasses were gone. It wasn't until I found someone to ask for help that I realized something else was gone - my voice. When I opened my mouth to ask that person to call me a taxi, nothing but a scratchy croak would come out. I touched my throat and could feel that more damage had been done than I initially thought. A purple bruise began to form. I was having trouble swallowing. Russia...........Yikes. Bad news for fans is that all East Coast dates of Local H's tour, including Gramercy Theatre in NYC which was to have been tonight (3/27), were canceled. Great news is Lucas' vocal cords are gonna be okay and shows starting Saturday (3/30, Rosemont, IL) are back on. Here's more from Local H's Facebook:
When I got back to the states, I just figured that resting my voice and taking it easy would allow everything to return to normal. I'd lost my voice before and I knew the drill : shut the fuck up (basically). But it soon became apparent that this time my voice wasn't going to just heal itself and I had to see someone. The folks at MusiCares hooked me up with a voice doctor who found that one of my vocal cords had been damaged. How badly damaged, we're not sure yet - we need a second opinion. But the doctor said if they had to go in and POP(!) the cord back into place, then we have a limited window for that until the damage becomes permanent.
I saw my third doctor and the possibility of surgery has finally been ruled out. My vocal cords are definitely not disjointed and the medication I've been taking seems to be doing the trick. When they forced the last camera I ever want down my nose today - I could see how much better (and how much stronger) everything looked than it did last week. It was gross, but it was a major relief. It's been a very frustrating month, but last week was pretty fucking scary. I had a lot of help - and you all know who you are. Not to sound like a drama king, but I also really want to thank my doctors and MusiCares over at the Grammys - they're the bee's knees, goddammit (I think it's safe to assume THAT will be the last time I make a Grammys acceptance speech)...Here's to a healthy recovery, Scott. Local H's most recent album, Hallelujah, I'm a Bum, came out last year. All Local H tour dates are below.
...So let's go. I'm not suggesting that I'm completely out of the woods - and I'll be continuing the medication and doing everything I can to make my voice stronger. All I'm suggesting is, "Let's ROCK!"........cautiously - but we WILL see you out there.
UPDATE: Michelle issued a statement.
Michelle Shocked has gone silent after a homophobic rant at a San Francisco concert Sunday night that has left her without a U.S. tour. Ten out of eleven of her upcoming concert dates have been canceled by the venues themselves, Billboard has confirmed.We don't know much about Michelle, who has since responded with a few tweets, but according to Wikipedia, she went from possibly being gay or bisexual herself to being a born again Christian (and not gay?). She (ironically?) showed her support of Occupy Wall Street at a concert in NYC in 2012.
Clubs from Santa Cruz, CA to Evanston, IL have pulled Shocked from their schedules. Meander's Kitchen in Seattle nixed her April 26th show "due to her homophobic performance in San Francisco last night, during which she actually said 'God Hates Fags,'" the club wrote on Facebook. [Billboard]
UPDATE: Michelle issued a statement.
The list of shows she was just booted from, SPACE in IL included, is below...
by Bill Pearis
Amor de Dias -- the collaboration between Alasdair MacLean of The Clientele and vocalist Lupe Núñez-Fernández of Pipas -- were to have started their North American tour this week with shows at Maxwell's on Thursday (3/21) and Knitting Factory on Friday (3/22). Unfortunately, the tour has been canceled due to ye ole visa issues. Let's hope they reschedule soon. Canceled dates are below.
Meanwhile their lovely album, The House at the Sea, is out now and you can stream the whole thing over at Merge Records and watch the video for "Jean's Waving" below.
Animal Collective at Terminal 5, Dec 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
To all of the AC fans out there. I feel its best you hear it right from the horses mouth. It kills me to have to postpone all these shows and it's something I could never even have imagined happening. I'm positive that we were as excited as you all to visit all of your towns and have a good time together. But because of the strain on my voice that's being caused by an intense case of strep throat, I am unable to play any of these shows. Unfortunately, I wasn't diagnosed soon enough and haven't been able to kick this in the right amount of time. We promise you all that we are doing everything we can to reschedule all these shows asap and we will be visiting your cities. We hope you can all understand and sympathize with the situation. It's been really fun for all of us to be playing these days and the energy you all give us makes us want to take it further and further with you and give it right back. Hopefully, we can continue to do this together soon. Until then. Stay Well.Animal Collective's March dates didn't hit NYC but the band will play here for the 2013 Governors Ball festival in June. The band's European tour, which starts in May, is still on. All dates -- postponed and not -- are listed below.
∫Morrissey @ Radio City Music Hall, Oct 2012 (more by Chris La Putt)
Morrissey has cancelled the remainder of his tour dates as he's still not recovered from a series of ailments. Official PR:
The remaining dates of the Morrissey U.S. North American tour have officially been pulled down due to medical reasons. The singer has suffered a series of medical mishaps over the past few months including a bleeding ulcer, Barrett's esophagus and double pneumonia.Rest up, dude. Feel better and see you on the road soon. Cancelled tour dates are below.
Despite his best efforts to try to continue touring, Morrissey has to take a hiatus and will not be able to continue on the rest of the tour. Morrissey thanks all of his fans for their well wishes and thoughts. Refunds for the remaining shows are available at point of purchase.
Camera Obscura @ Grand Ballroom, 2010 (more by Jessica Amaya)
We regret to announce that we have to cancel this initial run of dates due to family illness. Obviously this is very disappointing for us and we are sorry to those that were anticipating seeing us.The band's summer tour with She & Him (which hits NYC at Central Park Summerstage on July 6) is still on. Updated dates are below.
As mentioned, Muse is going on a tour this year which initially was set to bring them to the NYC area for five shows in April. Unfortunately for those planning to catch the band at their Nassau Coliseum show (2/21), that show has been cancelled due to a "scheduling conflict." "All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster phone and internet will be automatically refunded. All other tickets will be refunded at point of purchase."
Tickets for the Mohegan Sun show (4/13) and the Izod Center show (4/19) are still available. Both MSG shows (4/15-16) are sold out.
Updated dates are listed below...
by Bill Pearis
Bad news from UK band TOY, who were to have played their first NYC shows next month:
Bad news - the company processing our visas in the US have been delayed, which means that the New York shows have had to be cancelled. We were so excited about playing and are very sad and sorry to announce this.I, for one, am bummed. TOY's show at Mercury Lounge (3/19) is now Austin's Feathers, UK group Swim Deep and NYC's Tempers.
SXSW are trying to sort out things with customs so that we can still play the shows in Austin. We can't wait to play in New York too, and will be rescheduling as soon as possible! We will announce further info as soon as we have it. xxx
We were hopeful, but alas...
As the doctor has ordered MORRISSEY to rest for two additional weeks, the upcoming Texas engagements in El Paso (2/12), Austin (2/13), Pharr (2/15), Beaumont (2/16), and Dallas (2/18) will need to be rescheduled. MORRISSEY is currently undergoing treatment for a bleeding ulcer and Barrett's esophagus. These shows are in the process of being rescheduled immediately and all patrons are encouraged to hold on to their tickets as the new dates will be announced shortly. MORRISSEY thanks everyone concerned for their well wishes and looks forward to getting back on the road. The tour will resume as scheduled in Denver at Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre on Feb 21.Previously: Morrissey cancels more dates, has Barrett's Esophagus.
"Boston show is postponed until Sun 2/10 due to snow. All tickets will be honored & refunds available at point of purchase. MSG is still on." - Passion PitGood luck to all those venturing out!
Icona Pop are on at 8pm. Then Matt & Kim. Then Passion Pit's (probably) biggest show of their career!
And check out our list of NYC shows that are cancelled.
Travelers are already finding Nemo a pain in the butt.A winter storm is upon us, fashion week is totally fuct, and other NYC show cancellations are already coming in.
The massive nor'easter has caused a wave of flight cancellations as it prepares to smother the city under up to 14 inches of snow.
United Airlines canceled 900 flights in advance of the storm, and Delta Air Lines crossed off 135, plus more regional flights.
As of Thursday, before Nemo even touched down, Newark Airport had the most Friday cancellations nationally, followed by Boston's Logan Airport, and LaGuardia Airport, according to FlightAware.
Most airlines issued so-called "weather waivers," allowing passengers in the storm-affected areas to change their flight date without paying a change fee.
Gov. Cuomo is opening an emergency operations center to help with "coordinating response efforts using all state and local resources," he said in a statement Thursday. [Daily News]
Williamsburg club Union Pool reports:
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, [TONIGHT]'S SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE:Apology accepted. Hartwell Littlejohn adds:
EXPLORER'S CLUB/MINIBOONE/CHEERS ELEPHANT/HARTWELL LITTLEJOHN. WE APOLOGIZE.
THIS SHOW WILL BE RESCHEDULED. IF YOU WERE PLANNING TO ATTEND, THANK YOU. WE'LL DO IT AGAIN SOON.Nemo is all about screaming your cancellations in caps.
Also: tonight's show at the Rock Shop in Park Slope with the Lovehowl + Bangladeafy + Hannah Vs the Many + Luminous Flux "has been canceled due to Nemo."
As of 11am, we haven't heard of any other concert or comedy show cancellations yet, but we'll keep updating the site and this post as things get called off, hopefully not Passion Pit at MSG included. If you know of other postponements, please leave them in the comments.
Tonight's show at Shea Stadium is CANCELLED.
The early show at Cameo is CANCELLED. UPDATE: The late show is cancelled too.
Big Snow Buffalo Lodge can't handle a big snow and has also canceled their early show tonight with Alan Watts.
James T. Cotton (JTC)'s flight was cancelled so can't make it to 285 Kent, but so far the party is still on.
The Wellmont Theater has postponed Lindsey Stirling until May 9.
Holopaw were scheduled to play Knitting Factory and Permanent Records tonight, but the record store just sent out this note:
"Hi all... sorry to say we just got the word from Holopaw that due to this impending storm they aren't gonna make it to NYC tonight and have had to cancel their scheduled in-store performance with us. Darn! Hopefully we'll be able to reschedule, but for now let's just wish them safety in their travels.UPDATE: Despite what Permanent Records says about the band making it to NYC, the band and venue are currently saying Knitting Factory is still a go.
As of now we're still planning to be open with normal hours all weekend so if you were planning to come by tonight, that is still an option! It's warm in here!"
SOB's reports that "tonight's Salsa Groove event with La Excelencia is canceled and will be rescheduled for a later date."
All events at 92YTribeca are cancelled, and 92Y announced "Saturday's classes and programs in School of the Arts are canceled."
Atlas Moth report: "Fortunately, we made it to New York with no problem. Unfortunately, the show has been postponed until 2/19. See ya then NYC!" The show they're talking about is with Gojira tonight at Irving Plaza. The new show is one day after the Brooklyn show.
The show at Pianos is cancelled, but the bar is open.
The Heliotropes/Dead Stars show at the Paper Box is cancelled, but Dead Stars will play Muchmore's instead.
Raekwon and Rakim at Stage 48 is postponed.
Dept. of Health, ANASAZI, Blackboot, and A Truth at Saint Vitus is cancelled.
Frankie Knuckles at Cameo is cancelled.
The Darlings show at Death By Audio tonight is cancelled.
Morrissey (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
We mentioned most of this, but now there are sadly even more dates cancelled:
"Due to doctor's orders, the upcoming engagements with MORRISSEY in Las Vegas on Sat Feb 9 and in Phoenix on Sun Feb 10 will need to be rescheduled. MORRISSEY is currently undergoing treatment for a bleeding ulcer and Barrett's esophagus. These shows are in the process of being rescheduled immediately and all patrons are encouraged to hold on to their tickets as the new dates will be announced within the coming days. MORRISSEY thanks everyone concerned for their well wishes during this time and hopes for a speedy recovery. The tour will resume as scheduled in El Paso at Tricky Falls on Feb 12."Feel Better Soon Morrissey!
Watch an educational video on Barrett's Esophagus below...
First, Tegan & Sara were supposed to play MSG and Susquehanna Bank Center with The Killers, but had to cancel it due to Killers singer Brandon Flowers' illness, and now Tegan & Sara have also had to cancel their Beacon Theatre shows, which were supposed to happen tonight (1/28) and Tuesday (1/29), also due to illness. The shows have been postponed to February 19 and 20 and all tickets purchased for the 1/28 and 1/29 dates will be honored, respectively.
The Killers have also rescheduled their dates and the NYC area shows now happen on May 14 at MSG and May 19 at Susquehanna Bank Center, though it isn't clear if Tegan & Sara are on the new dates or not. Both of those shows are sold out, but all tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored.
You can stream Tegan & Sara's new album, Heartthrob, in its entirety and check out a list of all remaining dates below...
Ultraista in LA in 2012 (more by Debi Del Grande)
As mentioned, Ultraista were set to tour with Prefuse 73 but had to cancel their Philly, Chicago, and Toronto shows due to the arrival of drummer Joey Waronker's baby. Now they've also had to cancel tonight's (1/28) Brooklyn show at Music Hall of Williamsburg and Thursday's LA show. According to MHOW's site, "they hope to reschedule the show soon, refunds are available at the point of purchase." Bummer about the show, but congratulations Joey!
The band are still currently set to appear on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday (1/29), and are playing Tokyo's Weekender Festival on February 3. Updated dates are listed below...
Morrissey at The Capitol Theatre (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
They suspected a bladder infection, but:
Following hospital treatment, Morrissey has been diagnosed with a bleeding ulcer and the upcoming engagements in Asheville, NC, Nashville, TN, Atlanta, GA, Lawrence, KS, Clear Lake, IA and Lincoln, NE will need to be rescheduled. Morrissey is expected to make a full recovery and thanks everyone concerned for their support during this time. The tour will resume in Las Vegas on Saturday, February 9. Patrons are encouraged to hold on to their tickets as all rescheduled dates will be announced within the coming days.Feel better soon Moz!
Morrissey apologizes greatly for any and all inconvenience and looks forward to continuing his US tour.
Aesop Rock in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
As mentioned, Aesop Rock was set to kick off a tour this month, which included some rescheduled dates that he had to cancel due to Hurricane Sandy. Now, he's unfortunately had to cancel some shows again, this time due to a broken rib. However, his East Coast shows in February, including the NYC show on February 9 at Irving Plaza, are still on. Tickets for the NYC show are still available.
Support on the tour comes from Rob Sonic, DJ Big Wiz, and Busdriver. A list of all cancelled dates and another list of all remaining ones, along with the video for "Cycles to Gehenna," are below. We hope you have a quick recovery, Aesop!
Tegan and Sara just added a 2nd headlining show at Beacon Theater in NYC, and lost an even bigger one that they were supposed to open this week...
In addition to cancelling tonight's show at Camden, NJ's Susquehanna Bank Center, The Killers are forced to cancel their show at New York City's Madison Square Garden tomorrow, December 14th due to lead singer Brandon Flowers coming down with laryngitis. Organizers hope to have a new date for The Killers' return to NYC very soon. Ticket holders are encouraged to hold on to their tickets for this future date; refunds are also available at point of purchase.That is a big show to cancel!
The Killers would like to apologize to their fans in New York City for this cancellation.
Anika @ Glasslands, October 2011 (more by Jessica Amaya)
Anika was supposed to be coming over to the U.S. next week for a NYC show at Cameo on December 7 (and was to play DC the day before) but due to ye old Visa Issues, both shows have been canceled. All tickets will be refunded. Bummer, hopefully she'll make it back over soon.
On the plus side, Anika just tweeted that "there may be a small something out soon." New single perhaps? Let's hope.
Lou Reed at 2012 Tibet House benefit (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Lou Reed was scheduled to play a NJ show at Bergen Performing Arts Center on Friday, December 8 before heading down to Miami for UR1 Festival, which was supposed to happen that weekend (12/8-9). However, the UR1 Festival was postponed due to predictions of heavy winds, and now that Lou has cancelled his NJ show. Whether the two are related or not, it's still a bummer to hear. If you bought tickets, refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Still no word on the new dates for UR1 Festival, but stay tuned.
SVIIB @ LPR, May 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Bad news School of Seven Bells fans looking forward to seeing them tonight (11/28) at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Singer Alejandra de la Deheza has laryngitis, which forced them to cancel last night's show in Philadelphia and they just posted this to their Facebook:
Dear Brooklyn,Twin Sister and Moon King will go on as scheduled and the show now opens with Leapling at 9 PM. Feel better, Alejandra!
It totally breaks my heart to say this. We've had to pull out of tonight's show at Music Hall. I tried absolutely everything I could. EVERYTHING :( I'm still sick as ever. I was so looking forward to this show. I was waiting until the last minute before I called it. I was hoping so bad that I could still do it. You guys mean so much to me and I'm so sorry. We'll reschedule as soon as possible. I promise. -A
Suicide at Moogfest 2011 (more by Diana Wong)
Due to illness, Suicide has cancelled their previously discussed appearance where they were planning on perforiming their first LP in its entirety. Bush Tetras, originally scheduled for the support slot at LPR on 11/29, has now moved to the top of the heap alongside supporting band Sediment Club.
All tickets will be honored for the show, which is now billed as a release party for Bush Tetras new LP Happy. The record, laid tape in 1998, was released last week via Reachout International. The first 50 people through the door get a copy for free.
Starland Ballroom (more by Tim Griffin)
Another victim of Sandy. The NJ music venue writes:
A MESSAGE FROM THE STARLAND BALLROOM:Damn. See below for a list of shows affected:
The last two weeks in New Jersey have been a testament to our state's resilience. We've witnessed New Jersey's worst days, but also its greatest humanity. We've seen destruction, but we've also seen ho
pe, hard work and determination.
Our situation at Starland is a microcosm of these scenarios -- yet one we realize is significantly less important than one's home, family or livelihood. Hurricane Sandy devastated our electrical system and damaged our sound, lighting, heating / cooling and plumbing systems - all necessary ingredients in operating a public venue. Given the demand for these components in the regional housing and commercial sectors, we do not anticipate being able to open again until Spring 2013.
Speaking of 2013, it's the year in which we intend to celebrate Starland Ballroom's 10th anniversary. So we're dedicated to taking this time to rebuild the state's best concert venue, and make it even better. We'll take inspiration from all of our New Jersey neighbors who are working hard to get their lives back to normal. When it's all said and done, we'll be here for some of the best live concert celebrations available.
You can help in this effort: Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions and ideas on how to make Starland even better. We'll read every last one of them.
Most of our shows will be canceled. A few will be moved to new locations. We'll have them listed here and at Starlandballroom.com ASAP.
Fans holding tickets to the canceled shows will receive a full refund, including fees. If you bought tickets online or via phone, you will receive an automatic refund within 7-10 business days. If you bought your tickets from a Ticketmaster retail outlet, you may return your tickets to that exact location for your refund. Tickets purchased here at Starland can be turned in for a full refund plus service fees during new hours of operation - Thursdays and Fridays from 3-6pm and Saturdays from 11am-2pm. The Box Office will not be open on Thanksgiving. Fans holding tickets to relocated shows, but unable to attend due to the new location, are also entitled to a refund. 2012 Starland SeasonPass holders will be permitted to use their passes for shows in 2013.
We regret that any of these shows are going away, but not as much as we regret the pain, suffering and destruction experienced by our customers throughout the Garden State. Much like the spirit of New Jersey, you can't stop rock n' roll. And we don't intend to.
Jersey proud, Starlanders. We'll see you soon.
As many of my fans know, I've been suffering from angioedema. It can attack at random & is extremely frightening and dangerous when it hits my throat, windpipe, or tongue, and I've been hospitalized for it eight times since the first attack, 2 DAYS AFTER MY RECORD RELEASE.Cat Power aka Chan Marshall Instagrammed the above picture and message which announces her European tour cancellation. She previously warned she might cancel, but then said she would go on with a lower budget tour. That obviously didn't work out. Feel better Chan!
Since then, I worked very very hard with all the best allergists, cardiologists, neurologists, accupuncurists, homeopathists & renowned healers that I could find, Body Talk, Reiki, Yoga, etc. so that I COULD DO THIS AMERICAN TOUR.
I did my best & I want to do MORE & BETTER.
The American tour has been wonderful and amazing, and with me being unable to AFFORD to bring my show with full production, (which i helped create) to Europe, financially, really dumped a huge additional amount of stress on me as i was and still am fighting trying to get tour support.
I have to postpone my European tour until early next year, so I can return home and re-engage myself back into my health regimen.
I fucking love my fans.
Everything I do regarding my career, I FIRST, think of my fans and this world we all share.
But right now, I HAVE TO think of myself because I have to learn trough meditation & being clear from alcohol & cigarettes & red meat and lots of rest amongst my menagerie of doctors.... I have to think of MYSELF right now because I have to now LEARN to heal myself.
Through that, I can learn to help others to heal themselves.
I know my fans will understand and I thank them and love them much more than I believe they could ever know.
I am here and do what I do, for them and because of them.
You have kept me alive this long, I refuse to give up on you OR MYSELF.
And that goes to all the journalists who write a true story as well. To you all in the struggle. May light be on your path at every step.
X @mrpharmacist72 @adelineadieu @nicoturner @afasm #catpower #VOTE #OBAMA #FIGHT #THE #POWERS #THAT #BE
Rockwood Music Hall is open again.
Power is back to most of Manhattan following four days of blackout in half the borough, with ConEd promising to have everywhere in the city back on by tonight and things are starting to get back to normal, though the Subways aren't quite there yet -- though the 4, 5, 6 and 7 lines are up and running. Current subway outage map is here.
Tomorrow's NYC Marathon is cancelled, though, as you probably have heard.
Here's our list of things happening or not happening in NYC on Saturday (11/3).
The Lower East Side early Friday evening and Cake Shop is open and tonight's free show with Montreal's The Luyas is on. Making it even more Canadian is Vancouver's Peace. The show is FREE and starts early (Luyas are at 8 PM) and there will be a donation box that goes to New Amsterdam Records' relief fund.
Later that night at Cake Shop (and not free) it's Home Blitz, and Watery Love.
As previously announced, Peace are also playing Pianos tonight at 10 PM and that's a free show too. on a diverse bill that also features Jennifer Stuart & the Design, Myra Flynn, and Randall Shreve & the Sideshow. (Peace play again at Death By Audio on Monday).
Next door, The Living Room is also back in business with James van Cuylenburg (of The Tealeaves), Chris Riffle, Deni Bonet and New Ponies.
The same goes for East Village club The Stone that will hold a Hurrican Relief benefit tonight at 8 PM, featuring John Zorn (sax) Joel Rubin (clarinet) James Moore (guitar) Ikue Mori (electronics) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Jeremiah Cymerman (clarinet) Brian Chase (drums) Eyal Maoz (guitar) Tim Keiper (drums) Jon Madof (guitar) James Ilgenfritz (bass) and many special guests. Then at 10 PM, it's Anthony Coleman.
It looked like Santos was going to be open for tonight Shiny Toy Guns, Colourmusic and MNDR show, but the venue just tweeted, "Due to complications in the wake of Sandy, we regret to announce that our events for this wknd are canceled. Refer to site for more info." Show has been moved to Monday, November 5.
Mercury Lounge is open but tonight's Anaka show has been postponed till December 2. The early show with Gangstagrass and The Newton Gang is still on.
Bowery Ballroom is back tonight with their first post-Sandy/blackout show: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and Ava Luna.
Sunshine Cinema on Houston is open for business but the BV-presented screenings of Miami Connection have been rescheduled for next weekend (11/9, 11/10).
Bowery Electric is now actually electric again, but tonight's David Johansen show with Romans and Kay Kasperhausen has been postponed.
Joe's Pub is back in business and tonight they have Jack Hitt: Making Up the Truth.
Le Poisson Rouge's power is back on and tonight's FIXED show is happening with The Magician. This past Tuesday's cancelled Kitsune event with The Twelves and Yuksek has been rescheduled for Sunday, November 4th at LPR (New Moods are no longer on the bill).
Peter Wolf's shows at City Winery tonight and tomorrow are cancelled.
Webster Hall has power and though there's no show in the main space tonight, The Studio will be open with Gallows, Barn Burner, For Sleeping or Jumping, and DeathThrob.
The Jefferson Starship show that was to happen at The Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture is being postponed to a later date TBA.
Metropolitan Talent reports:
Due to Hurricane Sandy related logistical challenges, the following concerts in New York City are postponed:Sunday's Little Feat & Leon Russell show at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester is also postponed.
Thursday, Nov. 1 Rickie Lee Jones - rescheduled for 11/14
The Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture
Friday, Nov. 2 Blackmore's Night - new date tba
The Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture
Saturday, Nov. 3 Jefferson Starship - new date tba
The Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture
Friday, Nov 9 Little Feat & Leon Russell - new date tba
Citizen Cope at Beacon Theatre has been postponed, date still TBD.
The Dethklok / All That Remains / Machine Head / The Black Dahlia Murder that was to happen tonight at Roseland has bee postponed till Dec. 14. TIckets will be honored. This is the 2nd Dethklok show in a row at Roseland cancelled or postponed.
Matisyahu at Starland Ballroom, like the two Social Distortion shows before it, is cancelled.
Henry Rollins appears to still be appearing in Trenton, NJ tonight.
George Lopez's gig at Wellmont Theater on Saturday is postponed to 2/23/2013, and his Capitol Theater show will instead happen 2/22.
Maxwell's in Hoboken is still closed.
Teebs and Reggie Watts play a party in Long Island City.
Meanwhile in Brooklyn, most venues are up and running.
The Rock Shop is open.
Littlefield is hosting a Stache Bash.
Savoir Adore and Slowdance play the Brooklyn Museum with Jarana Beat. It's a free show that begins at 5 PM.
The Brooklyn Botanical Garden is open and free.
Union Pool has Wolvhammer, Kreig, Doomsday, part of their BV-presented tour.
Knitting Factory is having a benefit for the Rockaways with Vast Aire, The Kominas and more.
Fagettes, Baroque Punk, and Dirty Virgins play Death By Audio
285 Kent will be pumping tonight to the sounds of Zomby, DJ Rashad, Massacooramaan, and J-Cush
Around the corner at Glasslands, it's Lazyeyes, The Doorbells, and The Midnight Hollow.
S. 5th St loft space Dead Herring plays host to Dead Stars, Little Radar, Anchorline, and Elliot & the Ghost. More info here.
At Cameo tonight, they have Eyes Lips Eyes, Leverage Models, and Beast Patrol early, and then at midnight it's indipop dance party Mondo! NYC.
Landlady and Marble Fawn are at Pine Box Rock Shop
At Le Loft (252 Norman in Greenpoint), it's Pretty & Nice, MiniBoone, Grooms, and Earthquake Party. More info here.
Shea Stadium has Sidekicks, Glocca Morra, Radiator Hospital and Brick Mower. More info here.
Over at Big Snow Buffalo Lodge, it's Celestial Shore, Grass Is Green, Baked, Highway Gimps.
Paper Diamond are at Brooklyn Bowl.
Zebulon is open and wants you to dance. DJ Tropical Jeremy provides the music.
Barbes in Park Slope is open with Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica and Banda Sinaloense De Los Banda Sinaloense De Los Muertos.
The Nets play their postponed first game of the season tonight at Barclays Center.