AceShowbiz - The 1975 were forced to cancel a gig in Colorado on Tuesday night (April 30) after getting caught in a snowstorm on their way to the show.
The British band are currently touring the U.S. to promote their recent album "A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships", and were due to perform at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison on Tuesday.
However, earlier on in the day, a representative for their label Dirty Hit announced the date was scrapped because the group were caught up in road closures due to the snowstorm and were unable to get to the open-air venue.
"Tonight's 1975 concert at Red Rocks is cancelled due to road closures across Interstate 80," a statement confirmed. "The 1975 and all their equipment are stuck on Interstate 80 and unable to reach Red Rocks to perform tonight."
"The band love playing at Red Rocks and are gutted to not be able to make the show this evening due to the adverse weather conditions. They'll be back as soon as they can to make up for it."
Frontman Matt Healy took to Twitter to express his disappointment, writing, "I'm really gutted we can't play Red Rocks tonight we love it there so much."
It is not yet known if the date will be rescheduled. The band is scheduled to play in Irving, Texas on Thursday.