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Snow potential moves Red Rocks concert indoors

A spring storm with winter-like conditions could dump snow in the foothills west of Denver.

MORRISON, Colo. — A concert at Colorado's most famous outdoor music venue is moving inside.

Concert promoters AEG Presents announced that Wednesday's Red Rocks Amphitheatre concert from dubstep producer Peekaboo has been moved to Mission Ballroom in Denver. 

AEG Presents said the concert scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday was moved to downtown Denver due to incoming inclement weather and the potential for snow at Red Rocks.

All Red Rocks tickets will be honored and refunds will be available until Tuesday at 5 p.m. A limited number of tickets are on sale now at AXS.com.

Wednesday's concert features Matthew Lucas, also known as Peekaboo, as well as Rusko, Minnesota, NotLo, and MPORT.

"Weather can't stop me, the show must go on!!" Peekaboo tweeted. "Due to the incoming storm tomorrow night we’ll be moving my show to the Mission Ballroom, same night, same time - this Weds at 6 PM MST. I’ll be doing a two hour headline set to make up for no 360 opening set."

The spring storm coming to Colorado Tuesday evening is expected to have a wide range of impacts including heavy rain, wind, lightning and snow.

The temperature profile for the Denver area is not favorable for much snow accumulation. While some dry air could help create snowflakes even when the temperature is well above freezing, it won't be until after midnight Wednesday when the conditions become acceptable for accumulation. 

Even then, the snow would have to be heavy enough to overcome the ground, which will be wet from the rain. So the forecast for Denver is for just half an inch to two inches.

Latest Colorado forecast details.

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