Ever since we first reported Myth's closing, there has been much speculation about what will happen to the shows that were scheduled to take place at the ill-fated venue. Over the past couple of weeks, a handful of shows have been relocated to other venues--here's a quick rundown of everything we have heard so far.
Snow Patrol (September 10), Regina Spektor (September 11), and Marilyn Manson (September 14) have all been relocated to the State Theatre. According to the Hennepin Theatre Trust website: "ALL TICKETS MUST BE EXCHANGED at the State Theatre Box Office prior to entering the hall. NO MYTH tickets will be accepted. Refunds are available at point of purchase."
Moby (October 1) has been moved to the Fine Line Music Cafe. Myth tickets will be honored at the Fine Line, or refunds are available upon request at all points of purchase. Tickets are still available for that show.
Paramore (October 9) and Hollywood Undead (November 7) will now play at the Roy Wilkins Auditorium. Tickets previously purchased for the Myth will be honored and valid, and the entire room will be generally admission (even the seated upper deck).
Tiesto (October 30) has been relocated to Epic in downtown Minneapolis. Tickets are still available on the Epic website.
No word yet on what will happen to the other shows. The Bone Thugs 'n Harmony MySpace page and the Dethklok page still list their respective Minnesota dates at the Myth, but that could very well change in the coming weeks.