Greetings, fellow music lovers. By this point, you've no doubt read plenty about Winter Storm Juno, and maybe even experienced its wrath firsthand. It should go without saying that basically any show you'd planned on attending early this week now has a big, fat asterisk beside it—our best advice, check the Twitter page for the artist or venue in question before you venture out—but we'll do our best to keep you posted re: any specific concert cancellations, postponements or other Juno-related show updates we hear about. Below is a list of what we know so far. If the gig you'd planned on attending is off (or, like Marilyn Manson at Terminal 5, pushed back a few days) why not curl up with our winter-storm playlist?
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Zola Jesus at Saint Vitus (Monday)
Set times moved to 7 (UNIFORM) and 7:30 (Zola Jesus), per Saint Vitus. Check out a video from the show, which features Zola Jesus performing outdoors, in the middle of snowy Manhattan Avenue:
Nels Cline and the Les Paul Trio at Iridium (Monday)
Update: The box office reports that the show is canceled.
Years & Years at Le Poisson Rouge and Rough Trade NYC (Monday, Tuesday)
Update: The Le Poisson Rouge show has been canceled and all tickets will be refunded, per LPR.
Tuesday's Rough Trade show is back on.
Reel Big Fish + Less Than Jake at Best Buy Theater (Tuesday)
Rescheduled for June 16; all original tickets honored. Per Best Buy Theater.
Chris Potter Underground Orchestra at Jazz Standard (Tuesday)
Tuesday's sets are going forward as planned, per Jazz Standard.
Vanguard Jazz Orchestra at the Village Vanguard (Tuesday–Monday, February 2)
Tonight's show is on, via venue box office.
Alan Parsons Live Project at New York Society for Ethical Culture (Thursday)
The show has been rescheduled for February 3.