Due to winter weather, the Tuesday holiday concert of acclaimed electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland has been postponed.
The show has been rescheduled for 8 p.m. Wednesday with doors opening at 7 p.m., according to the BEC.
All Tuesday tickets will be honored at the door and an allotment of Wednesday tickets will be available.
“To my fans who were planning on coming to tonight’s show in Loveland, CO, it has been postponed to tomorrow night due to the storm … I wish I could control the weather,” Stirling tweeted Tuesday.
Refunds for ticket-holders who cannot make the new show time will be offered at point of purchase, according to the Budweiser Events Center.
Stirling is already in Colorado and performed in Colorado Springs on Monday night. After posting that she was enjoying watching “High School Musical” on Disney+ after the show on Instagram, Stirling posted a short clip of her bundled up with the caption “and now it’s time to face the snow.”
Stirling’s electronic violin music has topped Billboard charts. She has over 12 million subscribers and more than 2 billion views on YouTube.
In 2017, Stirling was runner-up on “Dancing with the Stars” with her partner Mark Ballas. That year, she also released her holiday album “Warmer in the Winter,” which was the No. 1 new Christmas release of the year.
Stirling recently collaborated with Ballas’ band Alexander Jean on a new song “Stampede.” The music video for the track won the Best Music Video Choreography at the World Choreography Awards this year.
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