By Taylor Weatherby
January 26, 2015 at 12:00 PM EST

As Winter Storm Juno narrows in on the Northeast, it’s already causing a shakeup for several performers with shows scheduled this week.

In the wake of what could potentially be the worst snow storm to ever hit New York City, Louis C.K. was forced to cancel his Jan. 27 show at Madison Square Garden. The canceled show would have been his fourth this month, which would have broken his own record for the most sold-out Garden shows in a single tour for a comedian.

Unfortunately, with an accumulation of more than 12 inches of snow expected through Tuesday evening, Louis C.K. fans aren’t the only ones dealing with cancellations. According to, a number of other shows have been canceled in New York City and beyond:

Monday, January 26

New York City

• Action Bronson – B.B. King’s

• Savages – Baby’s Alright

• Marilyn Manson – Terminal 5

• Nels Cline – Iridium

• Bully – Pianos

• Broncho – Rough Trade

• The Mehran Show – Union Hall

• Dan Hoyle – Joe’s Pub (Rescheduled for April 27)

Atlantic City, New Jersey

• A-Trak – Borgata

Tuesday, January 27

New York City

• Ne-Yo – Studio 48


• Hiss Golden Messenger – House of Blues

Phantom of the Opera was set to celebrate its 27th anniversary on Monday, but Broadway was shut down. Monday night also marked the premiere of a brand-new production of a double bill of Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta at the Metropolitan Opera. That premiere will now take place on Thursday, Jan. 29.