Mile High spectators band together for a chill performance


DENVER (KDVR) — The sun was out on Saturday afternoon ahead of a gig at Empower Field in Mile High where fans lined up in the parking lots.

“We bought our tickets as soon as they opened,” said one fan.

Many fans bought their tickets for the Luke Combs concert a while ago not knowing what the weather was going to be like.

“We bought these tickets with the pre-sale code, so in November,” said another viewer.

It was cold when the tickets went on sale and it’s safe to say that at the time there was no indication that it would be cold on the night of the concert in May.

“I thought for sure we were going to be nice and warm and cozy, in the sun,” the same viewer said.

That didn’t stop thousands of people from having a good time, enjoying a much warmer day than before the weekend.

“We are happy that the weather is good, we are happy that it is not snowing. We were expecting it to be 35 degrees and it’s 70, we feel it,” said another fan.

Others said they were hoping for a warmer day for Saturday’s concert.

“Shorts and t-shirts, not Carthartts and snow boots,” said another participant.

Saturday morning, there was snow on the ground, but at the time of the concert, it melted and the cold persisted.


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