Entertainment Events Cancelled or Postponed Due to the Corona Virus

 Concern regarding the spread of the Corona Virus has caused cancellations and postponements of movie releases, concerts, major events, and more.
The virus has infected more than 132,758 and killed more than 44955, according to recent media reports.
In the United States more than 1,629 Americans have contracted the virus and at 41 have died.


"No Time Left to Die:" The Daniel Craig led James Bond flick won't be hitting theaters in April as expected. The film, which marks the fifth time Craig will be playing 007, has now been delayed until November.
"Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway:" Sony has postponed the release date of the animated sequel, which once again features James Corden voicing the titular role. The movie was originally scheduled to hit theaters on April 3, but will now be released in August.
"The Amazing Race:" Though Season 33 of the reality competition series had yet to be announced, CBS announced production on the series has been postponed after they were filming in England and Scotland.

Disney, Paramount, Sony, STX, Universal have delayed release of the following feature films: F9 (Fast and the Furious), No Time to Die, Lovebirds, Mulan, The New Mutants, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, A Quiet Place Part II, and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, Antlers

Netflix is suspending all film and television productions in the US and Canada beginning March 16th.

Television show affected: Riverdale, The Morning Show, Disney;s Falcon and Winter Soldier. Mission: Impossible 7 was unable to shoot production in Venice. Bax Luhrmann's biopic of Elvis Presley halted when Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson tested positive for the corona virus in Australia.

New James Bond Film Delayed Until November.


All Broadway shows are cancelled. Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that all gatherings of 500 people or more are not allowed.

Tribeca Film Festival: postponed.
CinemaCon: the National Association of Theatre Owners have canceled the event in Las Vegas. Distributors and exhibitors provide previews of  the summer movies.
Coachella & Stagecoach: Goldenvoice announced in a statement on Tuesday, March 10, that Coachella and Stagecoach have been postponed: "Coachella will now take place on October 9, 10 and 11 and October 16, 17 and 18, 2020.
Stagecoach will take place on October 23, 24 and 25, 2020. All purchases for the April dates will be honored for the rescheduled October dates. Purchasers will be notified by Friday, March 13 on how to obtain a refund if they are unable to attend."
South by Southwest
Cancelled by Austin mayor Steve Adler.
Ultra Music Festival: Miami's popular electronic music festival, which would have featured sets from Flume, Zedd, and more, has been canceled over coronavrius fears, according to city officials. The event was set to run from March 20 to 22 and had been expected to draw in an estimated 165,000 EDM fans. The news came one day after Ultra canceled its festival in Abu Dhabi.
Tomorrowland: The French government has canceled the winter edition of the electronic dance music festival, which was to take place from March 14 to March 21 at the French alpine ski resort of Alpe d'Huez Grand Domaine Ski.
BTS: The popular K-Pop band has canceled April tour dates in their hometown of Seoul, South Korea. Other K-pop groups have also followed suit.
Green Day: The rock band has postponed all of their concerts in Asia for their Hella Mega Tour.
Korea Times Music Festival: The festival, which was to take place at the Hollywood Bowl on April 25, has been postponed.
Miley Cyrus: Only a few days before she was expected in Australia to perform at the Melbourne Bushfire Benefit Concert, the singer announced that "due to the recommendations of local, state, federal and international government authorities, including the Center for Disease Control" she wouldn't be traveling to the country for the show. Miley expressed that she's "so disappointed" she's not going to be able to attend.
Khalid: The "Know Your Worth" singer has postponed his Asia tour, which was originally scheduled for March 24 to April 14.
Avril Lavigne: Lavigne has canceled all of her tour stops in Asia. She previously scrapped concerts in Switzerland, Milan and Paris as well.
Madonna: The final two concerts of Madonna's Madame X Tour, which were set to take place on March 10 and 11 in France, have been canceled due to the country's ban on events with over 1000 people.
Carlos Santana: The Grammy-winning artist has canceled the European tour dates for his Miraculous 2020 World Tour.
Pearl Jam: The rock band has postponed the first leg of their north American tour.
The National, Old Dominion and New Order have all canceled concert stops.
Individual Shows: Mariah Carey, Louis Tomlinson, Maluma, Queen and Ciara have all postponed or canceled individual shows.
St Patrick's Day: The Irish Government decided to cancel all Paddy's Day parades throughout the country, including in the capital of Dublin. Ireland's remaining Six Nations rugby matches against France and Italy have also been postponed.
Indian Wells Tennis Tournament: The annual BNP Paribas Open was scrapped on Sunday, one day before it was set to host the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. All eyes are now on it's neighbor, Coachella.
SXSW: After Amazon Studios, Apple, Netflix, Facebook, Twitter and more companies pulled out of the film, music and tech conference, which runs from March 13 to 22 in Austin, Texas, the entire event was later canceled by the city.
"This is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place," SXSW said in a statement, "We are now working through the ramifications of this unprecedented situation."
Disney+: Disney had originally planned a giant European press launch for its streaming service. However, they canceled the event due to coronavirus concerns, per Deadline.
Fox News: The news channel announced they had canceled their Upfronts presentation, which was scheduled for March 24 in New York City.
The Louvre: The famous Paris museum has been temporarily closed following an outbreak in France. However, the tourist destination reopened on March 4 after being shut off from the public for three days, per CNN.
Shanghai Disney Resort: Disney closed Shanghai Disneyland's parks last month.
Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea: The parks will be closed until March 15. However, it's unclear if the date will change.
Universal Studios Japan: Similar to Tokyo Disneyland, Universal Studios Japan closed its doors on February 29 and will reopen on March 15.
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National Basketball Association as postponed the 2020 season.
National Hockey League has postponed the 2020 season.
Major League Baseball have cancelled the rat of spring trainer and regular season pushed backed 2 weeks.
U.S. Soccer have cancelled the upcoming matchess in March and April.
NCAA Basketball Tournament has cancelled March Madness.
PGA Golf postponed.
Major League Soccer suspending play for 30 days.
2020 Summer Olympics: Although many have asked Japan to postpone the Summer Olympics, which are still set to kickoff on July 24, the Olympic minister said the country's contract with International Olympic .
XFL Football has suspended all play.
Tennis: ATP  has suspended all tours. ATP  a six-week suspension.
Boston Marathon postponed.
St. Patrick's Day Parades postponed.
Formula One: Both the Chinese Grand Prix and Thailand Grand Prix have been canceled.'
World Athletics Indoor Championships: The event, which was planned to be in Nanjing, China, has been postponed until March 2021.
England: Premier League has postponed season until April 4th.
Spain: La Liga: have suspended the next two match days.
Italy: Seria A has suspended all matches until April 3rd.
France: Ligue 1, Ligue 2 has suspended all matched until further notice.
Germany: Bundesliga has played matches in empty stadiums. They have not announced any plans to suspended play.
UEFA Champion League and Europa League has postponed Europe's two biggest soccer tournament.
Many tech and business conferences have been canceled including Google I/o developers conference, which was set for May 12-14 in Mountain View, CA, and Facebook's F8's Developers Conference, which was also planned for early May.
Additionally canceled conferences:
The Doha Film Institute's Qumra, and the 2020 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The Game Developers Conference and Hong Kong Filmart postponed to summer.