Coachella 2020 Postponed Coronavirus
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As the scene experiences an unprecedented emergency due to the coronavirus, events around the world continue to be cancelled or postponed.


The entire world is reeling from the coronavirus outbreak and the entertainment industry has been hit harder than ever due to its large-scale festivals and shows that draw hundreds, if not thousands of people. What began with a handful of postponements and cancellations has quickly snowballed as the outbreak continued to grow.

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, all major sporting leagues in the United States have now suspended their seasons, the NCAA has cancelled championships including the Final Four, and major theme parks like Disneyland have also ceased operations. Additionally, travel from Europe to the US will be banned as of Friday.

Related: Looking for the livestreams that have popped up in response to the coronavirus quarantine? Check out our post that has as many as we can find and our Livestream Account Directory as well!

We’re keeping track of as many cancellations and postponements as possible, with the direct links for more information and refunds. Read on for the list of cancellations so far and keep this page bookmarked for the latest.


Postponed or Cancelled Festivals


Show and Tour Cancellations:

  • Live Nation and AEG have halted a number of concerts and tours.
  • Goldenvoice has closed a number of its venues until the end of March.
  • Red Rocks has closed until May 11.
  • TAO Group has closed Marquee, TAO, and LAVO in Las Vegas.
  • Hakkasan Group closes OMNIA in San Diego and Las Vegas, as well as Hakkasan.
  • Miami Music Week has seemingly been cancelled after the city prevents large gatherings.
  • DiskoLab cancels all Miami Music Week events.
  • Club Space has announced they’re postponing all shows until a later date.
  • Story and Liv in Miami have ceased operations this weekend.
  • BLNK CVS Presents stated that events at the Nautilus Pool are cancelled.
  • Ravine Atlanta suspends operations through March 24.
  • Defected Records / Glitterbox suspends events until May.
  • Lil Texas on March 12 has been postponed.
  • Exchange LA cancels Vintage Culture and 12th Planet shows.
  • Academy LA cancels Aly & Fila and Fedde Le Grand shows.
  • Time Nightclub OC cancels Nicky Romero and Wax Motif
  • Sound Nightclub cancels shows the weekend of March 13.
  • Avalon Hollywood closes from March 13-15.
  • Avant Gardner cancels all shows in March.
  • House of Yes shuts down after order in NYC barring large gatherings.
  • Desert Hearts Back to the Future at Spin Nightclub (San Diego) cancelled.
  • FISHER Bay Area Block Party cancelled.
  • Dombresky postpones remaining Trust The Process tour dates.
  • Lane 8 postpones shows in Salt Lake City, Albuquerque, and Phoenix.
  • Tinlicker cancels Montreal’s show as well as Miami.
  • Chris Lake cancels both shows at the Shrine in Los Angeles.
  • REZZ postpones AREZZONA to later date.
  • NGHTMRE postpones Tacoma and San Francisco dates.
  • Relentless Beats postpones Louis The Child in Arizona.
  • Berghain cancels events until April.
  • Disclosure has cancelled dates on their upcoming tour.
  • Underworld cancelled dates in Europe.
  • Jeremy Olander cancels dates in NYC and Boston.
  • WYNN Las Vegas closes XS and Encore as well as Art of the Wild.
  • Belly Up Aspen ceases operations until further notice.
  • Excision cancels the remaining dates of The Evolution tour.
  • Afterlife S√£o Paulo postponed until December.
  • ARTBAT canceling or postponing March event dates on their Instagram story.
  • Dirtybird cancels BBQ Bay Area, Birdhouse Festival LA, and other events around the world.
  • Black Tiger Sex Machine (BTSM) cancels all tour dates AFTER the shows in Des Moines and Minneapolis.
  • Duke Dumont has cancelled upcoming dates in Florida.
  • Dabin postpones Wild Youth Tour. Stay tuned for rescheduled dates.
  • Carl Cox postpones remaining “Invites” tour stops in Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Washington DC, and New York.
  • Monster Up & Up College Festival Series postponed.
  • Relentless Beats postpones all events until May 11.
  • my Life Every Day postpones Kaskade’s Redux 004 San Diego to August 29. Current ticket holders, your ticket will be honored for the new date. If you are unable to make the new date you may request a refund – check your email for refund information or contact directly at refunds@mylifeeveryday.com

Stay tuned for more information about other cancellations and postponements from around the world as we continue to follow the impact coronavirus has on the festival season this year.



Music continues to play a big part of Lisa's life. Through the power of electronic music, she recognizes the importance of community in today's music scene. She enjoys not only listen to all types of music but interested in being active in the music community in hopes of promoting more positivity, acceptance, and great music.

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