Author: Jill Kimball

CSF’s July 14 ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ play canceled

CSF’s July 14 outdoor performance of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” will be canceled due to noise impacts from a pair of Dead & Company shows happening on Folsom Field the same weekend. The indoor “Richard III” performance on July 13 will go on as planned.

Patrons who already had purchased tickets to the July 14 CSF performance will be able to exchange tickets for any other 2018 festival performance by contacting the CU Presents box office at 303-492-8008 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays or anytime at cupresents@colorado.edu.

“This was a difficult decision, and we are deeply sorry for any inconvenience this causes for our CSF patrons,” said Tim Orr, CSF’s producing artistic director. “We are working hard with our campus partners to ensure that, in future years, event dates can be scheduled to avoid cancellations.”

The CU Athletic Department, which is hosting the Folsom Field concerts, will reimburse the festival for lost ticket and concession revenue.

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