My Morning Jacket returned to action for their first performance since March 2018 on Friday with their first of two performances at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. The band’s performance also acted as the first of only four planned shows in 2019, so fans were ready to rock by the time Jim James and company took the stage for their 23-song performance.Related: My Morning Jacket Announces Capitol Theatre Show Celebrating ‘The Tennessee Fire’ 20th Anniversary ReissueThe night began with plenty of melodic mysticism as the band started the show with a pair of tunes from 2011’s Circuital with the gloriously ominous “Victory Dance” followed by “Circuital”. From there, the band continued with the relaxed feel of “XMas Curtain” before turning the energy back up with “First Light” and the funky flows of “East Morning Rebel”.The band then turned to The Tennessee Fire tracklist for a performance of “Heartbreakin Man” as the song (and album) celebrates its 20th-anniversary in 2019. The performance continued with “Lowdown” before really slowing things down with “Slow Slow Tune” and the easygoing tempo of “Smokin’ From Shootin’”. The mid-set psychedelia continued with “In Its Infancy (The Waterfall)” before the band turned to a more structured feel for “I’m Amazed”. Next came a two-song segue with “War Begun” into “I Will Sing You Songs”. “Golden” and “Dondante” then followed, as did another multi-song combination beginning with “The Way That He Sings”, which flowed right into “What a Wonderful Man”, and finally closing with “Run Thru”.The band briefly left the stage, only to return for a five-song encore beginning with “Wonderful (The Way I Feel)”. The lengthy encore continued with their climactic anthem in “Believe (Nobody Knows)”, followed by “Master Plan”, “Anytime”, and finally sending fans home with “Mahgeetah”.Watch the band’s show-closing performance of “Mahgeetah” from Friday below.My Morning Jacket – “Mahgeetah” – 8/2/2019[Video: mano1971music]Relive the band’s triumphant return to the stage on Friday with the full-show audio via the player below.My Morning Jacket – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – 8/2/2019[Audio: vwmule]My Morning Jacket returns to Red Rocks for their second performance at the famous outdoor venue on Saturday night. From there, they’ll head to Port Chester, NY’s The Capitol Theatre on August 9th, and New York City’s Forest Hills Stadium on August 10th. Head to the band’s website for ticket info.Setlist: My Morning Jacket | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 8/2/2019Set: Victory Dance, Circuital, X-Mas Curtain, First Light, East Morning Rebel, Heartbreakin Man, Lowdown, Slow Slow Tune, Smokin’ From Shootin’, In Its Infancy (The Waterfall), I’m Amazed, War Begun > I Will Sing You Songs, Golden, Dondante, The Way That He Sings > What a Wonderful Man > Run ThruEncore: Wonderful (The Way I Feel), Believe (Nobody Knows), Master Plan, Anytime, Mahgeetah
In the “moderate” scenario, games would still return in the fall but without fans in attendance, an estimated $30 million loss in revenue. The “severe” scenario accounts for the cancellation of all games in the fall, including football. The potential $75 million loss in revenue estimated in the “severe” scenario is over half the athletic department’s annual budget. Athletics Director Mark Coyle released a statement Monday extending the deadline to renew season tickets for volleyball and football until June 11. Coyle said in a statement that he is evaluating the budget and will update the Board of Regents at its May meeting. University estimates millions in lost athletics revenue, up to $75 millionIn a worst case estimate, the University’s athletic department could lose as much as $75 million in revenue, over half the department’s annual budget. Kamaan RichardsThe doors of the 3M Arena at Mariucci are plastered with notices announcing changes to access on Saturday, March 21. Nolan O’HaraApril 8, 2020Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintThe Board of Regents released estimates Tuesday that the University’s athletic department could lose as much as $75 million in revenue if the coronavirus pandemic were to affect athletics in the fall. The Board released three estimates: “best-case,” “moderate” and “severe” scenarios. Each estimate includes revenue losses from ticket sales, television and donations. The “best-case” scenario which accounts for measures already in place, including the cancellation of spring sports, estimates a $10 million loss in revenue. In this case games would return as scheduled in the fall.
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