Concerts canceled due to the coronavirus
In an effort to prevent spreading the virus, a number of concerts and other events have been canceled or postponed.Hold on to your tickets.
By mporter on March 16, 2020
By: Madeleine Porter
This article is currently being updated.
The entertainment industry is rapidly responding to the spread of coronavirus. In an effort to prevent spreading the virus, a number of concerts and other events have been canceled or postponed.
FM100 has compiled a list of concerts that are canceled or postponed:
Canceled or postponed concerts
Her Las Vegas, NV show “Las Vegas Residency” at Zappos theatre is postponed until further notice. There is no update on when the concert will be rescheduled.
Cher’s “Here We Go Again Tour” at Vivint Arena is now rescheduled for October 17th, 2020. Tickets bought from the original concert date will be honored at the October show.
Their March 16th show at the Maverik Center is postponed. Hold on to tickets until the new date is planned.
His March 21st concert at Vivint Smart Home Arena is postponed.
Her March 26th concert at Vivint Smart Home Arena is postponed.
Her March 27th concert at Vivint Smart Home Arena is postponed. Hold on to your tickets.
Lauren Daigle is postponing most of her tour dates through April due to concerns over the coronavirus. Her April 14th show at the Maverik Center is now rescheduled for August 8th, 2020.
The one and only Cher has rescheduled her April 27th performance at Vivint Smart Home Arena to October 17, 2020 with her highly successful Here We Go Again Tour!
Zac Brown Band
Their March 26th show at the Maverik Center has been postponed due to the coronavirus. The country band announced Tuesday that it will postpone its remaining spring concerts through April 25.
Rescheduled “The Owl” tour dates have not been announced, but tickets will be honored for the new dates.
The “Location” singer was originally scheduled to tour the continent from March 24 to April 14 but postponed those concerts back in February.
BTS canceled four shows in Seoul’s Olympic Stadium in April. The South Korea concerts were meant to take place on April 11, 12, 18, and 19. The K-pop group’s “Map of the Soul” tour is now slated to begin on May 4 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Los Angeles, California.
The shows were scheduled to take place at Le Grand Rex in Paris but were canceled after the French government banned indoor gatherings of more than 1,000 people.
Ultra Music Festival
Miami’s massive dance music festival was scheduled to kick off on March 20. It was officially postponed on March 5 and won’t return until this time next year.
South by Southwest Festival
SXSW Conference & Festivals was officially canceled on March 6. The famed Texas event was the first major arts and music festival to be canceled in the US due to the outbreak.
After Miley Cyrus dropped out, The World Tour Bushfire Relief Concert was canceled. Headliner Miley Cyrus withdrew on Monday, citing “the recommendations of local, state, federal and international government authorities.”
Idaho’s Treefort Music Fest
Idaho’s Treefort Music Fest has been moved from March to September. It will now take place from September 23-27. Indie-rock artists like the Chromatics and Japanese Breakfast were set to perform.
An updated lineup will be announced on March 18.
Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee
Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee has been canceled.
Festival organizers announced the cancellation on Wednesday and said there are currently no plans to reschedule. The event was meant to take place on the weekend of March 26-29.
Mission Creek Festival in Iowa City, Iowa
Mission Creek Festival in Iowa City, Iowa was canceled because “the public health situation in our area has intensified.” The festival expects to announce new dates and an updated lineup early next week.
Days of Summer Cruise Fest
The third annual hip-hop cruise and music festival was set to embark from Miami on June 28 and dock in the Bahamas on July 1. It was postponed on Thursday and will return in 2021 from July 1-5.
Dan + Shay
Dan + Shay postponed the spring leg of their tour. The country duo expects to resume performances on July 30 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.