Clay Aiken – Joyful Noise Tour – Under the Ice!


Day 17 – Joyful Noise Tour

Vilar Performing Arts Center – Beaver Creek, CO.

Snow. Low around 9. Southwest wind 5 to 15 mph becoming west northwest after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Total nighttime snow accumulation of 5 to 9 inches possible.
UPDATED FOR TUESDAY, December 18…Today and Wednesday –BIG STORM LATER TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING– -> The biggest storm of the season so far, at least for all areas, not just southwest Colorado, is on track to move in later today and through Wednesday morning, with heavy snowfall expected as many ingredients come together (strong jet stream, other strong upper level dynamics, mid level dynamics, good moisture, and a cold front for surface forcing).  We think that this storm looks like a big one for all Colorado resort areas. Wednesday looks like a great day to show up, with snow showers starting to clear out in the afternoon across the north, and in the morning across the southwest.
It is now three hours after the concert was supposed to end.  So far, very little news has come through.  What do we know?
1.  The theatre was 2 stories below the Ice Skating Rink.  Of course, no cell-phone connection available.
2.  The audience was rather quiet but good.
3.  Ushers were catching people with cameras until Clay said from the stage it was OK.
4.  Clay took some pictures with the fans after the concert at the bus.
I am sorry, but I just stay up any longer.  I can’t wait anymore.  I will post what I find here in the morning.
Safe travels to Clay and the the tour.  You have another long and difficult bus ride.  Be careful!
Please check back!  I will post the news as soon as I can!

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