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            Coronavirus

            Here Are All the Major Music Events Canceled Due to Coronavirus (Updating)

            Billboard has compiled an ongoing list of major concerts and events that have been postponed or canceled due to the outbreak.

            Since the outbreak of the coronavirus disease at the end of 2019, more than 80,000 people have contracted the disease, resulting in more than 2,700 deaths according to the World Health Organization. As the disease continues to spread, live event organizers have been canceling or postponing large gatherings from technology conferences to major concerts.

            With the disease reaching more than 40 countries, Billboard has compiled an ongoing list of major concerts and events that have been postponed or canceled due to the outbreak.

            Coronavirus


            Cancellations Announced in March

            March 12 - Billie Eilish announced that her Where Do We Go? tour dates for the rest of the month have been postponed. "I’m so sad to do this but we need to postpone these dates to keep everyone safe. We’ll let you know when they can be rescheduled. Please keep yourselves healthy. I love you," she wrote.

            Taylor Swift was scheduled to headline Capital One's JamFest in Atlanta on April 5, as part of the 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 NCAA March Madness Music Festival. The event has been canceled, following news that the Division I men’s and women’s 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 basketball tournament is also not happening.

            Nonprofit Christopher Street West announced on Thursday (March 12) that all events related to this year's LA Pride have been postponed.

            Amoeba Music canceled for the rest of March.

            The Grammy Museum made the decision to close through March 31, 全民彩票app下载安装安卓, which includes all Public Programs, on-site Education Programs and guided tours.

            Harlem's Apollo Theater is canceling all public programs such as WOW - Women of the World Festival, Amateur Night at the Apollo, School Day Live, Historic Tours, Live Wire, Apollo Comedy Club,and Apollo Music Café events through April 4. Additionally,  the Apollo Theater and African Film Festival’s Africa Now! concert featuring Oumou Sangaré on Saturday, April 4  has been postponed until the fall.

            Reba McEntire shifted her spring tour to a summer kickoff, and will now begin on July 9 in Huntsville, Alabama. “For the safety of everyone, we have decided to postpone our new arena tour until July,” she said. “All tickets will be honored for the new dates. Most importantly, stay safe and take care of you and your loved ones. We’ll get through this together.”

            Pussy Riot postponed their Santa Ana tour stop Thursday evening until the fall. "dear all, due to safety & health reasons the show in SANTA ANA today is not happening, it's postponed and will happen in the fall, all tix will be valid," the punk bank . "stay tuned for more news about the tour. stay safe!"

            STYX is rescheduling concerts from March 13 to March 28.

            The Allman Betts Band canceled the rest of their scheduled shows in March. "We are looking at options to reschedule dates and appreciate your patience while determining next steps. As soon as we have additional info to share, we will. Stay safe and follow the guidelines in your community -- we all need to do our part to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and look out for each other," the band wrote in a statement.

            Hamilton performances at the Hollywood Pantages Theater for the remainder of March have been suspended by California Governor Gavin Newsom. Fans can still purchase tickets for future dates during the musical's scheduled run until Nov. 22.

            Blake Shelton postponed the final two weekends of his Friends and Heroes Tour 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 until later unknown dates in spring 2021. "Omaha, I’m here in your city with my friends and heroes and am ready to play a show for you, but for all the right reasons -- chiefly everyone’s safety and well-being -- we have to reschedule tonight and the rest of the tour," said Shelton in a press release on the night of his Omaha tour stop. "Please take care of yourself and your loved ones. You can bet we’ll see you back here soon!"

            The C2C: Country to Country music festival in London, Dublin and Glasgow has been postponed to later unknown dates. Headliners Eric ChurchLuke Combs and Darius Rucker were set to kick off the festivities Friday (March 13). "Thank you all for your understanding and patience at this very difficult time. C2C and its organizers apologize wholeheartedly for the time to work through the issues to get this statement out," the C2C festival organizers said in the statement. Old Dominion had pulled out of the festival last week citing concerns.

            that he's canceling the third annual celebrity flag football game Huncho Day on the Nawf originally set for April 5, 全民彩票app下载安装安卓. "We are disappointed, but feel strongly about doing our part to keep people safe and this virus contained. Thanks for your support and understanding," the rapper's letter read. "Please make sure you're taking the necessary steps to take care of yourself and your family."

            Broadway officially sets its closure at 5 p.m. ET Thursday night until April 12 at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's nearly immediate command. "Our top priority has been and will continue to be the health and well-being of Broadway theatregoers and the thousands of people who work in the theatre industry every day, including actors, musicians, stagehands, ushers, and many other dedicated professionals," said Charlotte St. Martin, President of the Broadway League, said in a press release.

            AEG joined competitor Live Nation in recommending concerts be postponed through the end of the month. Earlier Thursday (March 12), Live Nation officials told employees they were pausing arena tours through the end of the month.

            Michael Bublé postponed the remaining arena shows in March and April to later unknown dates. "I was looking forward to getting back on the road but the safety of my fans and my touring family of course take priority under the current circumstances. We will be coming back soon with new dates and everyone will be safe to enjoy a great night out. Stay well everyone,” Bublé said in a release. His tour dates beginning May 2 and on will continue as scheduled.

            Kenny Chesney announced that he's postponing the first 11 shows of his Chillaxification tour out of an abundance of caution. “You can’t take risks without really understanding the consequences,” he said in a statement. "In times of uncertainty, I won’t take chances with those I love. I can’t imagine, as much as we love being out there playing for the fans, being able to do that through the worry our nation is experiencing."

            Cher postponed the remainder of her ABBA-inspired Here We Go Again Tour with new dates from September to December. "I'm heartbroken, but the health of my fans and my touring family comes first. The shows have been really special but, nothing is more important than everybody's safety. I’m excited to see everyone when we’re back out on the road,” the singer said in a press statement.

            All Los Angeles Philharmonic concerts held at Walt Disney Concert Hall have been canceled until March 31. "The California Department of Public Health issued a mandate that all public gatherings, including concerts and presentations at Walt Disney Concert Hall, should be canceled through March 31, 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 to protect public health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19," read an official statement .

            The 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Public Hall in Cleveland honoring Nine Inch NailsDepeche Mode, the Doobie BrothersT-RexNotorious B.I.G. and Whitney Houston has been postponed until a later date.

            Organizers of Lollapalooza Argentina have officially announced that the festival will be postponed until the second half of the year.

            Maluma has postponed the European leg of his 11:11 World Tour.

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            Dan + Shay have postponed their spring tour -- dates now start in July. "Thank you all for your patience and understanding. It is a strange, strange time for all of us, but we felt this was the right thing to do. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at all rescheduled dates. We hope everyone can make it. Keep an eye on venue websites for further information and updates. Stay safe out there," the band said in a statement.

            All events at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the month of March have been canceled. "With the health and safety of its public, artists, and staff as its foremost priority, Carnegie Hall today announced that it will be closed for all public events and programming through the end of March, effective midnight tonight, in an effort to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19)," read an official statement

            Pixies scrapped the final five dates of their Australian tour, citing "caution for current public health concerns."

            that promised the dates will be rescheduled for later in the year. Singer Roger Daltrey assured fans that the gigs will "definitely happen and it may be the last time we do a tour of this type, so keep those tickets, as the shows will be fantastic," with guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend adding, ”[the band] haven't reached this decision easily, but given the concerns about public gatherings, we couldn’t go ahead... if one fan caught Coronavirus at a WHO concert it would be one too many.” The pushed off shows include a Teenage Cancer Trust show at Royal Albert Hall on March 28.

            March 11 - Dark Mofo, a festival in Australia's southernmost state, has been canceled due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Bon Iver was scheduled to perform at the June fest.

            Italian orchestral death metal band . "We’re absolutely devastated about the delay, but we’re already working to reschedule the tour for late Summer/early Fall (exact dates coming soon). We know that there are so many people waiting for us in the US and Canada and we can’t wait to see you."

            Israeli pop band with the new dates.

            K-pop group .

            Following an emergency health declaration from Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, all remaining events for RodeoHouston have been cancelled. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo runs from March 3-22. Kane Brown was scheduled to perform March 11, with additional country全民彩票app下载安装安卓 sets by Dierks Bentley on March 15 and Keith Urban on March 16.

            The latest festival to cancel in the wake of the virus -- which has spread to 38 states and the District of Columbia -- is Knoxville, Tennessee's Big Ears Festival, which was slated to take place from march 26-39. "This has been a tough decision. Not only is the principle that 'the show must go on' woven into our DNA, but the impact of this cancellation on the community that makes Big Ears possible — the artists, the festival attendees, our staff and production teams, and the Knoxville community with all of its businesses and workers — cannot be overstated," . Refunds will be offered to ticketholders for the event slated to feature sets from Devendra Banhart, Joe Henry, Kronos Quartet, Patti Smith and Thundercat, among others.

            The MUSEXPO Creative Summit 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 set for March 22-25 in California was postponed due to following the announcement by The World Health Organization that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is now officially a pandemic. AllAccess.com's Worldwide Radio Summit 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 is also said to be postponing in the same announcement.

            The GLAAD Media Awards were set to take place in New York on March 19, but have been cancelled in the interest of public safety over the spread of the coronavirus. Rich Ferraro, GLAAD's chief communications officer and an executive producer of the GLAAD Media Awards, says, "we will be in touch with nominees shortly with plans for how award categories scheduled for the New York show will be announced."

            Glass Animals canceled their show at Neumos, Seattle, following Washington governor Jay Inslee's temporary ban on group events with more than 250 people.

            in Paris, Tilburg, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Copenhagen due to government restrictions on public gatherings. At press time the dates have not yet been rescheduled.

            on their tour postponement, explaining, "We have been through a lot as a band over the past 30 years and we did not make this decision lightly. Our team worked tirelessly to see if we could keep the tour going. It became clear by Monday afternoon that we would not be able to – in good conscience – head out on the road. Even though our gear was already en route and our crew was on the ground for rehearsals, we made the difficult decision to postpone. We wanted you all to know as soon as we knew so you could make your own plans." The band also explained if original tickets will be honored, whether anyone in the band is infected (they're not) and if it will affect the March 27 Gigaton album release date (it won't).

            Iconic D.C. rock venue has joined Lincoln Theater, the Anthem and other Washington venues in canceling shows until at least March 31 after the city's health department recommends calling off gatherings of .

            Reunited prog rockers appearance. "Although YES performs with the spirit that 'the show must go on,’ we’ve reached the point where various factors require us to cancel our forthcoming U.S. dates and cancel our appearances on the 7th ‘Cruise To The Edge,'"  of the event slated to feature Marillion, Saga, Kings X, Gong and others. "We are full of regret, as we’ve been preparing for these shows with maximum excitement. Running a relatively large show aided by our 12-piece crew and full production requires insurance coverage, which is currently unavailable to us for a variety of reasons beyond our control." Cruise to the Edge is still slated to leave the port of Miami on March 27 without Yes.

            Metal band Machine Head postponed the second European leg of their 25th anniversary tour, which was scheduled to take off in Zaragoza, Spain, on April 19. "It is with heavy heart that we must announce the postponement of our upcoming EU/UK tour in support of the 25th anniversary of Burn My Eyes," . "As residents of the Bay Area, we’ve been hit hard and have witnessed firsthand what has been going on. Public gatherings of more than 1000 have been banned in San Jose, and events in downtown San Francisco including major concerts and conferences have been shut down."

            Under order from the Colombian officials banning gatherings of 1,000 or more,  show on March 14 in Bogota.

            in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. to the end of the year. "It is our hope the 4.30 Boston show and May shows can proceed as planned, but only time will tell," they told fans.

            Boise, Idaho's Treefort Music Fest postponed this year's event from March 25-29 until . "With support from The City of Boise and Central District Health, postponing the festival is the best option for the Treasure Valley, the far-reaching Treefort community and the individuals and organizations that support Treefort Music Fest," the fest wrote. Among the acts on this year's lineup are: Japanese Breakfast, Chromatics, Grouplove, Tennis, Calexico and Built to Spill.

            reported that the final live auditions in Charlotte on Friday (March 13) and New York on March 21 for the reboot of Making the Band have been canceled. "As a precautionary measure to ensure the health of our production crew, talent and aspiring artists, all public auditions for MTV’s Making the Band in Charlotte, NC on March 13-14 and New York City on March 21-22 have been canceled," read a statement. "Safety remains our utmost priority, and we’re continuing to defer to health officials and the CDC for guidance." The show is still .

            Reunited riot grrrl band , which was to be the beneficiary of their Olympia shows.

             performance on Friday (March 13) has been canceled.

            March 10 - Miley Cyrus canceled her trip to Australia for the World Tour Bushfire Relief concert, due to concerns relating to the coronavirus outbreak. Lil Nas X, The Veronicas and Seb Fontaine were also booked for the now-canceled concert, originally scheduled for Friday (March 13) in Melbourne.

             posted on their website, DragCon made clear that the cancellation was due directly to the outbreak of COVID-19, and that the "health and safety" of fans and queens must come first.

             in Warsaw, Poland, will no longer happen. "Despite our best efforts and intentions, it is, simply, no longer possible for us to execute this tour the way we want to: safely, confidently and completely," their statement read. The group went on to note that they are working on rescheduling dates.

            Zac Brown Band announced via Instagram that they are postponing The Owl tour. "This was an extremely difficult decision, but the well-being of our fans is always our top priority," they wrote.

            Carlos Santana, who was ready to launch his Miraculous 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 world tour on March 17 in Krakow, Poland, postponed his tour dates.

            Planned Parenthood of Greater New York was scheduled to join The Feminist Institute in a  on March 14, for gender equality and access to sexual and reproductive health care. However, due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, the event has been canceled.

            Though they didn't mention COVID-19, EDM duo just two days after rolling out the dates due to "unforeseen circumstances." "We feel it's for the best to reschedule all of these club sets when we can play them all properly," they wrote.

            to fans announcing the cancelation of his South American tour with The Circle.

            March 9 - .

            , but the four-month long run is postponed amid coronavirus fears.

            The 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 editions of Coachella and Stagecoach will need to be moved to later this year, or canceled altogether, admit organizers Goldenvoice.

            Though they are forging ahead with their End of the Road tour,  that the band's members have been advised to temporarily scrap all fan backstage meet-and-greet events.

            on the singer's site. "Bret Michaels, a lifelong type 1 Diabetic, falls under the category of those that run the extreme high risk of contracting this illness. Even if this illness is not contracted by Bret, he runs the risk of being quarantined on the ship with fellow music fans that might fall ill."

            Marc Anthony and Henry Cárdenas’s annual Maestro Cares fundraising gala has been postponed. The “Changing Lives, Building Dreams” gala, which was celebrating its ninth annual event March 12 in New York City, has been postponed. A new date is expected to be announced soon.

            The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers has canceled this year’s 15th annual ASCAP Experience music conference over concerns about the spreading coronavirus. “Out of consideration for the health and safety of our members and all other participants, and due to rising concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the determination has been made to cancel the 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 ASCAP Experience,” said the organization in a statement.

            Ultra Abu Dhabi -- the Middle Eastern edition of the Miami-based festival -- has been canceled. It was set to happen March 5-6.

            Mariah Carey has postponed her Honolulu date until November. "I was so excited to come back to Hawaii on my 'anniversary month' but evolving international travel restrictions force us to consider everyone's safety and well being," Carey wrote on Instagram.

            British singer . “At first I was going to say, ‘F--k it’ and come, but we have been advised again to seriously not,” the singer reportedly explained in an Instagram story.

            March 8 - Richard Marx rescheduled his first European tour in nearly a decade, pushing it from the spring to the fall due to the global health crisis. “We all decided that it was for everyone’s own good, it was for the best interest of the health of everyone I’m counting on to come see me play," he said in a video announcing the news. "I’m super bummed, selfishly. I was really, really excited about this tour…Every show was sold out. I haven’t played in Europe in eight or nine years at least. The fact you guys supported this tour the way you did made me even more excited to play."

            March 7 - 1980s "Take On Me" band . The affected dates include early March gigs in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Nagoya.

            . “I am disappointed I won’t be able to return this month to the place where I was born, Ft. Hood Texas, and put on the amazing show we had planned.” The show is now slated to take place later this year.

            Country band . "We are so sorry to disappoint our fans overseas; however, with the growing uncertainty and unpredictable nature of the virus that is spreading throughout the world, the safety and security of our entire team is the top priority."

            March 6 - In a major blow to the Austin, Texas music community, the 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 SXSW festival hascanceled its entire event. The loss of the interactive, film and music events with an estimated $356 million economic impact on the city comes after Austin's Mayor, Steve Adler, declared a local disaster due to COVID-19 fears. It marks the first cancelation of the entire event in its 34-year history.

            March 5 - Louis Tomlinson tweeted to fans that the President of the Council of Ministers had decreed that his March 11 show at the Fabrique in Milan has been called off.

            "following a government decree in France to cancel all indoor events over 5,000 capacity in France until 31st May in an effort to contain the spread of Coronavirus." The band said they are working with the promoter to reschedule the date and will announce a new one soon.

            Organizers of Tomorrowland Winter in France announced that they have canceled the 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 winter edition of  the electronic dance music festival due to health concerns connected with the spread of COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus. Tomorrowland Winter 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 was set to run March 14-21 at the French alpine ski resort of Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski.

            March 4 - Ultra Music Festival's flagship Miami festival scheduled for March 20-22 has been called off, according to city officials.

            Slipknot postponed a planned Asian tour slated to kick off on March 20 with the two-night Knotfest, while fellow hard rockers Whitesnake, Sons of Apollo and the Michael Schenker Fest all canceled dates too.

            As a result of Apple pulling out of this year's SXSW festival -- along with Twitter, Amazon, TikTok, Facebook and other major companies -- Spike Jonze's . , "We're sorry we won't be giving our Watchmen keynote at SXSW this year (because we had some surprises in store!) However, it was the right decision."

            March 3 - Maluma has postponed his upcoming concert in Milan amid the outbreak in Italy.

            March 2 - Wolf Parade canceled European and U.K. dates for the tour supporting their latest album, Thin Mind. The first show was scheduled for Mar. 2 in the Netherlands.

            Lacuna Coil canceled their tour of Asia and Australia. "Our 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 region of Lombardia, Italy, is in the midst of a coronavirus outbreak," a statement reads. "Everyone’s health and safety must come first and this includes our fans."

            , The National said, "We look forward to returning in the future and performing for our friends in Japan." The group was set to see support from Phoebe Bridgers.

            March 1 -   in Asia on Sunday, "due to unforeseen circumstances and for everyone's safety." The band also canceled their opening slots for Jimmy Eat World on March 12 and 13 in Manilla and Singapore, respectively.

            Cancellations Announced in February

            Feb. 29Avril Lavigne was set to begin the Asian leg of her Head Above Water World Tour in Shenzhen, China全民彩票app下载安装安卓, on April 23, but the "Sk8er Boi" singer announced the 12-date trek would not be happening.  "Please everybody take care of yourselves and stay healthy," she wrote. "You're in my thoughts and prayers and we are hoping to announce rescheduled shows soon."

            Feb. 28 - Green Day postponed their tour of Asia "due to the health + travel concerns with coronavirus," a statement from the band reads. The Bay Area trio vow to announce new dates soon.

            to say, "Most importantly we are wishing well to all those affected. We apologize to our fans in Japan for this inconvenience and we hope to reschedule soon."

            Feb. 27 - ). “It is unavoidable that the concert must be canceled without further delay,” reads the post, which was originally written in Korean and translated by . “Please understand that this decision was made after extensive and careful consideration.”

            The National Symphony Orchestra canceled the five remaining performances in Japan of its Asian tour, originally scheduled to run to eight dates.

            Feb. 26 - New Order scrapped shows in Tokyo and Osaka. "With the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we are concerned about the potential quarantine we may face affecting further shows and appearances," a statement from the British band reads. "We would also hate to risk our fan’s health or the of risk spreading the virus on our return."

            Feb. 25 - The Korea Times Music Festival announced that its concert scheduled for April 25 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles "has provisionally been postponed due to the increasing uncertainty threat of coronavirus." The annual musical festival, which is in its 18th year, had already announced the likes of K-pop girl group MOMOLAND, solo singer and former Wanna One member Ha Sungwoon and rock band No Brain.

            Testament, Exodus and Death Angel's The Bay Strikes Back show at the Trezzo Live Club in Milan, Italy has been scrapped due concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. "Regarding the epidemic situation, our personal conviction is that the infection does not stop by stopping only the entertainment, sport and culture, instead leaving free access to shopping centers, supermarkets, shops, banks, public transport and offices," a . "It is a virus that has reached every corner of the globe and is transmitted even just by walking, but which fortunately has a very limited incidence of danger."

            Feb. 23 – English singer Mabel canceled her Feb. 24 concert at the Magazzini Generali venue in Milan. Mabel took to social media on Feb. 23 to state “Due to recent events concerning the Coronavirus in Italy, we’ve been advised by the Minister of Health and the President of the Lombardy region not to go ahead with tomorrow’s show in Milan.”

            Feb. 20 - Australian pop artist Ruel of his Free Time World Tour to September 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 "as a result of the coronavirus," reads a statement posted to his social media accounts.

            Feb. 18 - Promoter Live Nation Japan announced that Ari Lennox needed to cancel her March 3 performance at WWW X Tokyo due to travel restrictions in several Asian countries.

            Feb. 14 – R&B artist Khalid postponed his Asian tour dates citing concerns for “the safety of Khalid's fans, his team and everyone who has been working on these concerts.” Khalid was set to perform in Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Seoul, Mumbai and Bangalore between March 24- April 14.

            Feb. 13 - U.K. grime rapper Stormzy announced on Feb. 13 that he would be postponing a scheduled Asian tour due to fears over the coronavirus. The rapper had been scheduled to perform in Japan, China全民彩票app下载安装安卓 and Korea between March 27-29.

            Feb. 9 - Seventeen's high-profile Ode to You world tour has canceled all of its upcoming dates in February and March.

            Feb. 6 - K-pop superstar Taeyeon canceled two concerts in Bangkok over health concerns. Taeyeon had been set to perform at Thunder Dome Muang Thong Thani between Feb 22-23.

            Feb. 5 - The Philharmonic Society of Orange County in Southern California canceled its Feb. 5 Chinese New Year Celebration concert by the Shanghai Chinese Orchestra in light of the coronavirus epidemic citing “concerns expressed by community members.”

            Feb. 4 - Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai postponed her show March 7 performance in China全民彩票app下载安装安卓.

            The National Symphony Orchestra called off shows in Beijing on March 13 and 14, and one in Shanghai on March 17.

            The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra's tour to Japan and Korea has also been postponed. The tour was originally scheduled to run between March 5-13 with stops at Osaka Symphony Hall, Tokyo Suntory Hall, Deajeon Arts Center, Seoul Arts Center, Chuncheon Culture & Art Center, and Gwangju Culture & Art Center.

            Feb. 2 – South Korean girl group GFriend decided to hold their Feb. 3 showcase without an audience due to concerns about coronavirus. The event was instead streamed for fans on Feb. 3.

            Agency YG Entertainment announced the cancellation of both WINNER's Feb. 8 concert in Singapore and AKMU's Feb. 8 and 9 concert dates in Changwon.

            Cancellations Announced in January

            Jan. 31 - Three stops on GOT7’s world tour “Keep Spinning” tour were postponed including their concerts in Bangkok planned for Feb. 15 and 16 at Rajamangala National Stadium and a concert in Singapore planned for Feb. 22.

            K-pop group TWICE’s Tokyo fan signing events set to be held on Feb. 1 and 2 were canceled.

            The inaugural C.E.A. (Charming Eastern Awakening) Fest at Joy Park in Chengdu in China全民彩票app下载安装安卓 scheduled for April 18-19 is canceled. The event was set to headlining performances from Martin Garrix and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

            Jan. 30NCT Dream’s promoter One Production announced the cancellation of the group’s two shows in Macau, China全民彩票app下载安装安卓, on Feb. 7 and 8 and their Feb. 15 concert in Singapore.

            The Boston Symphony Orchestra announced the cancellation of its Asia tour. The orchestra had been scheduled to go on a four-city tour that included Seoul in South Korea, Taipei in Taiwan and Shanghai and Hong Kong in China全民彩票app下载安装安卓 from Feb. 6 to 16.

            Jan. 28 – Cantopop singer Leon Lai postponed his two shows in Macau, China全民彩票app下载安装安卓. Lai’s Leon Metro Live 2.0 concerts were originally slated for Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at Studio City Event Centre.

            Promoter Live Nation announced the postponement of Miriam Yeung's Feb. 8 concert in Singapore. The show, which was slated to take place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, is postponed indefinitely, due to the travel and freight conditions in China全民彩票app下载安装安卓.

            American rock band X Ambassadors took to social media to announce that their Feb. 14 and 15 shows in Shanghai and Chengdu, respectively, were canceled.

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            Jan. 26 - Canto-pop singer Andy Lau canceled 12 concerts scheduled throughout February at the Hong Kong Coliseum. The My Love Andy Lau World Tour Hong Kong 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 was scheduled to start on Feb. 15 and end on Feb. 28. Lau said in a statement, “Sorry about this. I wish that everyone will remain healthy. And that we get through this difficulty together." According to the South China全民彩票app下载安装安卓 Morning Post, more than 100,000 fans will be impacted by the cancellations.

            Jan. 24 - The Chinese government has closed the Mercedes-Benz Arena indefinitely. The venue's promoter and its joint-venture partner, a media group owned by the Shanghai government, have postponed over a dozen shows until the virus is contained.

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