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            Coronavirus

            The Biggest Tours Affected by Live Nation's Coronavirus Update

            Billie Eilish
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            Billie Eilish performs live on stage at Billie Eilish "Where Do We Go?" World Tour Kick Off - Miami at American Airlines Arena on March 9, 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 in Miami.

            As coronavirus concerns continue to rise, Live Nation announced on Thursday morning (March 12) it is recognizing large gatherings around the world are being canceled and the company will be postponing current touring arena shows through the end of the month.

            A few shows will play over the next few days, but the remainder of the concerts will be postponed, Billboard has learned. A company executive told employees that Live Nation will re-evaluate the situation at the beginning of April with the goal of resuming tours in May or June.

            Though Live Nation hosts hundreds of tours, we've narrowed down some of the biggest acts that will be affected by the recent update. See them below.

            Billie Eilish 

            The 18-year-old superstar's Where Do We Go? tour kicked off just this week, and is performing in Raleigh, North Carolina on Thursday night (March 12). Her North American leg was scheduled to stretch all the way through April 11, when it would wrap in Vancouver, British Columbia.

            Jason Aldean 

            The country全民彩票app下载安装安卓 took to Twitter to announce the postponement of the last weekend of his Aldean's We Back tour. "We were looking forward to going out on a high note this weekend," he explained.

            Zac Brown Band 

            Earlier this week, Zac Brown Band announced they will be postponing their The Owl tour. "This was an extremely difficult decision, but the well-being of our fans is always our top priority," they wrote.

             

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            Cher 

            “I’m heartbroken, but the health of my fans and my touring family comes first,” Cher said in a statement announcing that her Here We Go Again tour is postponed to the fall. “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.”

            Kiss 

            Similar to Aldean, Kiss only have three shows left of their Spring 全民彩票app下载安装安卓 United States tour, including dates at Tulsa, Oklahoma's BOK Center, Lafayette, Louisiana's Cajundome and Mississippi's Mississippi Coast Coliseum.

            Post Malone 

            Though the singer has yet to make a formal announcement about his tour, Posty's North American gig is scheduled for a show in Denver, Colorado tonight, with performances set through March 21, when the tour wraps up in Salt Lake City, Utah.

            Tool 

            Tool's March dates include performances in Oregon, Idaho and Utah. The group has yet to announce if Live Nation's update has affected their tour schedule.

            Lynyrd Skynyrd

            "Out of an abundance of caution," the group tweeted. "the March stops of Lynyrd Skynyrd's Last of the Street Survivors farewell tour are proactively being rescheduled."

            Chris Stapleton 

            The country全民彩票app下载安装安卓 singer also announced via Twitter the postponed March tour dates, which included performances in Austin and Arlington, Texas, Biloxi, Mississippi and Birmingham, Alabama.

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