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    Here's A List Of Concerts/Festivals/Events That Are Now Canceled Because Of The Coronavirus

    From Coachella to Billie Eilish's tour to awards shows, here are the events that are being impacted by the novel coronavirus.

    1. Coachella

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    Postponed: The annual multi-weekend music festival announced that it is postponing its April dates until Oct. 9–11 and Oct. 16–18. All purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates, and those unable to attend the October festival should have received instructions on how they can obtain a refund.

    2. Stagecoach Festival

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    Postponed: The country music festival, which is held at the same location and hosted by the same organizers as Coachella, has postponed its April dates to Oct. 23–25. As with Coachella, all purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates, and those unable to attend the October festival should have received instructions on how they can obtain a refund.

    3. The 2020 Olympic Games

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    Postponed: The games were set to begin on July 24th, but due to the spread of the virus, officials announced the games would be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020, but not later than summer 2021. It's the first time the games have been impacted by anything other than war.

    4. Alicia Keys

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    Postponed: The singer took to social media to inform fans that both her tour and album are being postponed in the interests of everyone's health and safety. However, her book will still be available for purchase March 31, and fans will be notified when new tour dates have been scheduled.

    5. Billie Eilish

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    Postponed: The remaining dates of the Where Do We Go? North American tour are being rescheduled. Once announced, all previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new tour dates.

    6. Jonas Brothers

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    Canceled: The Jonas Brothers' Las Vegas residency at Park MGM, scheduled to take place April 1–18, has been canceled. Ticket holders will receive refunds from their original point of purchase.

    7. iHeart Radio Music Awards

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    Postponed: The annual iHeart Radio Music Awards, scheduled to air March 29, have been indefinitely postponed. In the meantime, ticket refunds are being issued.

    8. SXSW

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    Canceled: The annual festival that celebrates the interactive, film, and music industries was one of the first festivals to announce a cancellation because of the rapid spread of the coronavirus, which causes COVID-19. The multiday event was scheduled to take place March 13–22. As of now, tickets will not be refunded.

    9. Elton John

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    Postponed: In a video to his fans, Elton John announced that all shows from his ongoing farewell tour that were scheduled to take place March 26–May 2 will be indefinitely postponed. New dates have yet to be released, but tickets will be honored at those future shows.

    10. Eurovision

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    Canceled: For the first time in 64 years, the Eurovision Song Contest will no longer be taking place because of restrictions put in place by the governments of participating broadcasters and Dutch authorities as a result of the coronavirus spread in Europe. The organizers hope to have the competition come back stronger than ever in 2021 and will keep fans updated with new, relevant information as it becomes available.

    11. Capital One Jam Fest

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    Canceled: The concert that celebrates the end of March Madness and the Final Four basketball games was canceled shortly after the NCAA announced its decision to cancel this year's games. The performers for this year's free Atlanta concert featured the first-ever all-women lineup: Taylor Swift, Halsey, and Tayla Parx.

    12. Kelly Clarkson

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    Postponed: While announcing that production of her talk show has been temporarily shut down, Kelly Clarkson also shared that her Las Vegas residency, originally scheduled to kick off April 1, has been postponed to July and that details regarding ticket replacements will be forthcoming.

    13. Harry Styles

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    Postponed: In a social media announcement, the singer told fans that his upcoming European tour in support of his second solo album had already been postponed to February and March of 2021. King Princess is still set to open the new shows and tickets will be honored at the future dates. No word yet on further legs of the tour.

    14. Marina

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    Canceled: In a social media announcement, the singer announced that because of ongoing coronavirus news, her April show dates were canceled and that fans should reach out to ticket agents for refunds.

    15. Doja Cat

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    Postponed: In a social media announcement, the rapper/singer told fans she was looking forward to hitting the road soon as this would be her biggest tour yet, however, due to coronavirus health and safety concerns, all tour dates would be postponed, and new updates would be shared soon.

    16. Ultra Music Festival

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    Postponed: The annual event, which was scheduled to take place March 20–22, has been postponed to March 26–28 of next year. The company will not be issuing refunds, but it will be in touch with ticket holders regarding next steps. In the meantime, Sirius XM announced that it will be broadcasting the Ultra Virtual Audio Festival via UMF Radio starting Friday, March 20, at 5 p.m. ET and lasting through Monday, March 23. The broadcast will feature sets from artists that were scheduled to perform, as well as past festival sets.

    17. Louis TomlinsonEurope and UK Tour Dates

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    Postponed: The singer, who was in the middle of the European leg of his tour, announced that both the European leg and the UK leg are being postponed. New dates have already been announced, and tickets will be honored at these shows. As of right now, the North American leg is still scheduled to happen as planned. You can find the new European show dates here and the new UK show dates here.

    18. Bob Dylan

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    Canceled: The singer had planned to play shows in Japan from April 1st—24th, however, in a statement on his website, it was announced that these shows would be canceled and they would look into re-booking them in the future. As for now, his North American tour dates this summer are still scheduled to take place.

    19. Céline Dion

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    Postponed: Céline Dion's tour dates scheduled from March 24–April 27 have been postponed — new dates will be announced soon. Ticket holders are advised to keep their current tickets because they will be honored at future show dates.

    20. NF

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    Postponed: The singer first announced that his UK tour dates would be postponed, and later announced that his North American tour this spring would also be postponed with a list of rescheduled dates for this summer. The new international dates have yet to be announced.

    21. The Rolling Stones

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    Postponed: The Rolling Stones were slated to tour May 8–July 9, but in a statement to fans, they announced that because of the spread of the coronavirus, they are postponing their shows. Ticket holders will be given more info on rescheduled dates where their current tickets will be honored.

    22. Blake Shelton

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    Postponed: While at a tour stop in Omaha, Nebraska, the singer tweeted to fans that the Omaha show, as well as the remainder of the tour, will have to be rescheduled because of growing concerns surrounding the spread of the coronavirus.

    23. Glastonbury Festival

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    Canceled: The 50th anniversary of the Glastonbury Festival has been canceled. Organizers of the festival, which requires months of preparation to build an infrastructure and organize attractions for the 200,000-plus attendees, announced that while they hope conditions will be improved come June, conditions for planning aren't safe for workers. Those who put down a deposit for this year's festival will be given the opportunity to roll their deposit into next year so that they are guaranteed the opportunity to purchase a ticket.

    24. Camila Cabello

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    Postponed: The singer was slated to start an upcoming arena tour at the end of May, but due to being unable to safely rehearse, she announced to fans via social media that they would be re-scheduling the entire tour until it's safe.

    25. Alanis Morissette

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    Postponed: In a Twitter announcement, Alanis Morissette shared that her upcoming shows in Japan, Manila, Australia, and New Zealand are being postponed and that fans should hold on to their tickets and be on the lookout for rescheduled dates.

    26. Trevor Noah

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    Postponed: In a social media announcement, the comedian said that he will be rescheduling all of his tour dates through the next month. Fans can check his website for announcements about new dates as that information becomes available.

    27. Something In The Water Festival

    Twitter: @sitw

    Canceled: The annual music festival/cultural experience, staged by Pharrell, announced via social media that the festival was canceled/postponed — those with tickets to this year's festival will be able to hold onto them for next year, and those who can't attend next year would be able to obtain a refund.

    28. Lauryn Hill

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    Postponed: The singer announced that her Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, show scheduled for March 16 has been moved to Aug. 28 and that her Northfield, Ohio, show originally scheduled for March 12 has ben rescheduled for Sept. 9. Tickets previously purchased for each show will be honored at the new dates.

    29. Broadway

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    Canceled: On March 12, it was announced that Broadway will be going dark — those who have tickets to shows being canceled will be given refunds. As of March 16, shows are scheduled to begin again April 13, but if there are further cancellations, customers will be contacted and refunded.

    30. Bonnaroo

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    Postponed: The annual music and arts festival was originally scheduled to take place in June, but it announced that out of an abundance of concern for the safety for fans, artists, and festival workers, it was rescheduled for Sept. 24–27. Those who purchased tickets for the original dates will be able to use those tickets at the new dates.

    31. Little Big Town

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    Postponed: The country group announced via social media that they would be postponing their upcoming spring tour dates accompanied with a list of already rescheduled shows expected to start up again in August and run through January.

    32. Foo Fighters

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    Postponed: The Foo Fighters' upcoming April tour dates have been postponed (with two dates still yet to be announced) until December. Information about the band's May tour dates is still forthcoming, and fans will be notified of updates as they become available.

    33. SunFest

    Twitter: @SunFestFL

    Canceled: The music festival linked to a statement on social media that they would be canceling, rather than postponing this year's festival due to unforeseeable factors in the fall such as site and artist availability, as well as hurricane season. Ticket holders have been contacted with instructions on how to obtain a refund.

    34. Kenny Chesney

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    Postponed: So far, Kenny Chesney has announced that the first 11 dates of his tour will be rescheduled. New dates have yet to be released for the postponed shows, but fans will be updated as soon as that info becomes available.

    35. Dreamville Festival

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    Postponed: The second annual Dreamville Festival, originally scheduled for April, has been postponed until Aug. 29. Tickets already purchased will be honored at the new date, and those who can't attend in August will be offered a refund.

    36. Yungblud

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    Canceled: In a video message to fans, Yungblud announced that due to travel restrictions, he had been seriously advised to cancel his Asia tour. Those who held tickets were eligible for refunds through their point of purchase.

    37. David Lee Roth

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    Postponed: The former Van Halen singer has announced that his six-show Las Vegas residency at the House of Blues will be rescheduled. New dates have yet to be released.

    38. Splendour In The Grass

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    Postponed: The annual Australian music festival took to social media to share it would be moving the July festival dates to October 23rd—25th. Flume, The Strokes, and Tyler, The Creator have been confirmed for the new dates as well as most of the other artists. Tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored at the new ones, and those who can no longer attend, can apply for a refund.

    39. Tove Lo

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    Postponed: Tove Lo announced new dates for her European tour — and those people with tickets to the original shows will be able to use those tickets at the new dates. The only show on the tour canceled is her Cologne, Germany, date; ticket holders for that show will be refunded through their point of purchase.

    40. Maluma

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    Postponed: The singer, who was in the middle of a 24-date European tour, announced that he would be postponing his remaining 14 dates. New info hasn't been released yet, but fans will be kept up-to-date as the newly scheduled shows are announced.

    41. Guns N' Roses

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    Postponed: Guns N' Roses recently announced their rescheduled show dates via social media. Fans who previously bought tickets to postponed shows will be able to use their tickets at the new shows.

    42. Mandy Moore

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    Postponed: The singer took to social media to inform fans that her current tour dates would be postponed due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19. New dates have yet to be announced, however, those with existing tickets will be able to use them in the future.

    43. Grand Ole Opry Radio Shows

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    Canceled: All shows at the Grand Ole Opry have been canceled through April 4. Those who held tickets to those shows are eligible for a full refund or an exchange for shows within the next 12 months. The Grand Ole Opry is planning to resume shows April 4, but in the meantime, fans can tune in to its Saturday night broadcasts.

    44. Cannes Film Festival

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    Postponed: The annual film festival, which was originally set to take place May 12th—23rd, announced that due to coronavirus, they would be postponing it to a later date. Exact dates still have yet to be announced, but they're currently eyeing re-scheduling around late June/early July.

    45. Michael Bublé

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    Postponed: Michael Bublé's North American tour dates scheduled from March 17 through April 5 have been postponed. New dates in the same markets will be announced soon, and tickets will be honored at the future dates.

    46. Sebastian ManiscalcoCherokee, Baltimore, Albany, Niagara Falls, and Uncasville shows

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    Postponed/Canceled: Through a series of Instagram posts, the comedian shared that some of his spring shows had been rescheduled for the summer: Baltimore, MD, Albany, NY, and Uncasville, CT. His show in Cherokee, NC will be postponed with a new date to be announced soon, and his Niagara Falls shows have been canceled.

    47. New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

    Twitter: @jazzfest

    Postponed: The two weekend festival that celebrates the music and culture of New Orleans, announced via social media that it would be moving the event to October for the health and safety of fans, musicians, and staff. New dates will be announced soon and all purchases will be honored at the October festival.

    48. Pentatonix

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    Postponed: Pentatonix has announced that they will be rescheduling their upcoming European tour and following up with information on each show as soon as it becomes available.

    49. Third Eye Blind

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    Postponed: Third Eye Blind have already announced newly rescheduled dates for their postponed tour. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates, which can be found here.

    50. Milky Chance

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    Postponed: The duo announced via social media that their North American tour dates originally set to take place in March and April had been rescheduled for September, October, and November — you can find the new dates here. Additional details regarding Canadian show dates will be announced soon.

    51. The Driver Era

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    Postponed: The duo took to social media to inform fans that their world tour would be re-scheduled due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, but will keep fans notified on new show dates for later this summer.

    52. Chris Stapleton

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    Postponed: In a social media statement, Chris Stapleton announced that four March dates for his All-American Road Show would be rescheduled and that new dates were being worked out. Fans will be updated about the new schedule as soon as it's announced.

    53. Madonna

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    Canceled: Madonna recently announced that some of her previously rescheduled tour dates in Europe have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Fans with tickets to these shows will be refunded via their original point of purchase.

    54. ACM Awards

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    Postponed: The 55th Annual ACM Awards, originally scheduled to take place April 5, have been postponed until September. A new date, time, and venue are still being determined, and ticket refunds will be granted.

    55. Mariah Carey

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    Postponed: Mariah Carey was scheduled to perform a show in Hawaii in March (her "anniversary month," aka her "birth month"), but it has been rescheduled for November because of international travel restrictions related to COVID-19.

    56. Dan + Shay

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    Postponed: The duo released a statement while sitting outside a tour stop at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia that they rescheduled the entirety of their spring tour. The tour is now slated to kick off at the end of July. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new show dates.

    57. GLAAD Media AwardsNew York City and Los Angeles

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    Canceled/postponed: The GLAAD Media Awards in NYC were scheduled to take place March 19. Currently, there is no plan to reschedule. However, the organization is working to reschedule the Los Angeles event in the fall.

    58. Punk Rock Bowling

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    Postponed: The Las Vegas music festival was originally scheduled to take place Memorial Day weekend, but in a social media announcement, informed fans that the festival would now be taking place in the fall. A new date will be announced soon — previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new date, and refunds will be available for those who can no longer attend.

    59. UEFA Euro

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    Postponed: The annual European men's football championship was scheduled to take place this July in Estonia, however, due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, has been postponed to July 2021.

    60. My Chemical RomanceJapan and Australia/New Zealand shows

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    Postponed: In social media announcements to fans, the band announced they would be rescheduling their shows in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand due to coronavirus concerns. While there aren't new dates planned yet, the band said they would try to announce new shows soon.

    61. Shaky Knees Festival

    Twitter: @ShakyKneesFest

    Postponed: The Atlanta music festival, originally scheduled to take place this May, announced via social media that it had been moved to October with headliners The Black Keys, The Strokes, and The Smashing Pumpkins confirmed to perform on the new weekend, and a full lineup would be released soon. May tickets will be honored at the October festival.

    62. Reba McEntire

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    Postponed: Reba McEntire's April Las Vegas residency is being postponed — fans are advised to hold on to their tickets for when new dates are announced. In the meantime, her residency dates in June are still scheduled to take place as planned.

    63. The Who

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    Postponed: The band has rescheduled its UK and Ireland tour dates for March 2021 out of an abundance of caution over the spread of the coronavirus. All tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored at the new shows.

    64. BottleRock

    Twitter: @BottleRockNapa

    Postponed: The music, wine, food, and brew festival took to social media to announce they had decided to move the festival to the weekend of October 2nd—4th. All of the festival headliners — Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Nicks, Dave Matthews Band, Miley Cyrus, Khalid, Anderson Paak & The Free Nationals, and Zedd — are scheduled for the new dates. Further lineup updates will be announced soon. All passes will be honored for the new dates, but those who require exchanges or returns, will be contacted in the next few weeks.

    65. ZZ Top

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    Postponed: ZZ Top announced that their Las Vegas residency at the Venetian from March 20 to 28 is being postponed and that an announcement with specific dates will be shared soon.

    66. Avril Lavigne

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    Canceled: Because of the US travel ban to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Avril Lavigne announced via social media that her European and UK tour dates were canceled and that she hopes to come back and perform soon.

    67. Movement Detroit

    Twitter: @MovementDetroit

    Postponed: The annual electronic dance music festival was originally scheduled to take place this May, but due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, announced that it had been re-scheduled for September 11th—13th. Those who purchased tickets have the option to use them either in September or for next year's festival in 2021, but those who absolutely cannot go, can arrange for a refund.

    68. Green Day

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    Postponed: At the end of February, Green Day released a statement that they are postponing their Asia tour. The band advised fans to hold on to their tickets until they're able to announce rescheduled show dates.

    69. C2C Music Festival

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    Postponed: The country music festival, slated to visit London, Dublin, and Glasgow soon, has been postponed because of ongoing travel restrictions. New dates will be announced soon, and in the meantime, fans are advised to hold on to their tickets.

    70. French Quarter Fest

    Twitter: @FQFestNOLA

    Postponed: The free music festival that takes place in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans announced via social media that it would be moving this year's festival dates to October 1st—4th.

    71. Pearl Jam

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    Postponed: In a multipart Twitter announcement, the band stated that as residents of the Seattle area who have seen how hard the virus is affecting everyday life, they are postponing the first leg of their tour. Those who held tickets for the original shows will have their tickets honored at rescheduled shows.

    72. BeachLife Festival

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    Postponed: The California beach festival took to social media to inform fans that the festival scheduled to take place in May would be postponed and that they were working closely with officials to decide the best course of action on deciding new dates.

    73. Shinedown

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    Postponed: In a video announcement, the band's lead singer, Brent Smith, told fans that their spring show dates had been rescheduled for this summer. Those with existing tickets should hold onto them as they will be honored at the new dates.

    74. Billy Joel

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    Postponed: In news announcements posted to his official website, fans were informed that a few of his spring shows at MSG, as well as an upcoming show at Bank of America stadium, had been rescheduled for the fall and next year, respectively. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates.

    75. Broccoli City

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    Postponed: In a social media announcement, the festival announced it would be moving Broccoli Con to October 2nd—3rd, and Broccoli City Festival to October 4th. All tickets purchased for the original May dates will be honored in October, and further details regarding exchanges and refunds will be sent to original purchasers soon.

    76. Zac Brown Band

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    Postponed: The spring leg of The Owl tour (all dates through April 25) are currently being rescheduled, and new dates will be shared soon. Tickets purchased for those shows will be honored at the new dates. As of right now, the summer leg of the tour is still happening as planned.

    77. Memphis in May

    Twitter: @memphisinmay

    Postponed: The annual festival, which honors a different country each year through a series of events (including the Beale Street Music Festival) — this year's country is Ghana — announced via social media that they had been instructed not to hold the event in May this year. They told event attendees that they are working to re-schedule and that more details would become available on March 27th.

    78. The Pussycat DollsUK and Ireland and Australia Tour Dates

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    Postponed: The Pussycat Dolls took to social media to announce that their UK and Ireland tour was postponed, as well as to release a schedule of new dates for the fall. They took to social media again to announce that they also had to call off their Australian tour but were looking into options to reschedule.

    79. Jerry SeinfeldNYC and Las Vegas Dates

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    Postponed: The comedian first took to social media to announce that his March shows at the Beacon Theatre in NYC are being postponed, those with tickets should hold on to them, and refunds will be available if necessary via point of purchase. He later took to social media to announce that his April shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas will also be rescheduled and that fans will be notified of new dates soon.

    80. Melbourne International Comedy Festival

    Twitter: @micomfestival

    Canceled: The annual comedy festival, one of the three largest in the world, announced that due to the PM's calling for cancelations of non-essential mass gatherings, that the 2020 festival would no longer be taking place. Ticket holders are eligible for refunds.

    81. Alice Cooper

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    Postponed: In a statement, Alice Cooper announced that all of his shows from March 31 through April 22 are being postponed, hinting that shows will be scheduled later in 2020 by telling fans, "Let's get through this together and resume rocking later in the year." Those who purchased tickets should hold on to them — they may be valid at the new dates.

    82. Alan Parsons

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    Postponed: In a statement on the musician's website, fans were informed that his March and April US tour dates would be re-scheduled, and that new dates would be announced as soon as they were able to — tickets should be honored at new dates, but more info will become available in the future.

    This post will be updated as we learn of more event cancellations or postponements. If you know of an event that has been canceled or postponed and isn't listed here, please let us know in the comments below.

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