Snow in the Rockies has prompted the rap-rock duo Twenty One Pilots to postpone tonight’s concert at Vivint Smart Home Arena in downtown Salt Lake City.

In a statement, the band wrote that “snowfall has made it impossible for us to make it to Salt Lake City in time for our show. As tough as this decision was, we could not justify endangering our crew on the slick roads through the mountains.”

The band performed Sunday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver. A winter storm across Colorado had dumped 4 to 7 inches of snow there by Monday morning, with icy roads in many places, the Denver Post reported.

The band aims to reschedule tonight’s show for one week later, on Monday, Nov. 4 — sandwiched between tour dates in two California cities, Sacramento and San Diego. Tickets to tonight’s show will be good for the rescheduled date, the band said.

Twenty One Pilots, made up of singer/guitarist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun, are touring to support the band’s 2018 album “Trench.” They are best known for their nostalgia-tinged 2015 hit “Stressed Out.”