Entertainment COVID-19 Changes…..
We will continue to update this list, so check back for more information on canceled shows.
The fear of the spread of the coronavirus has forced many artists to cancel or postpone upcoming tours. Here’s a list of shows affected so far:
- March 7th- Old Dominion cancel their appearance at Europe’s Country 2 Country Festival, which kicks off March 13th. The festival is still scheduled to hit Berlin, Amsterdam, Dublin, London, and Glasgow, with Eric Church, Darius Rucker, and Luke Combs with the Shires.
- March 10th – Zac Brown Band announces they are pressing pause on their “Owl Tour,” which kicked off on February 28th.
- March 12th – Concert promoters Live Nation and AEG recommend pausing all tours, both domestically and internationally, through the end of the month due to the coronavirus threat.
- March 12th – Kenny Chesney postpones the first 11 dates of his “Chillaxification Tour,” which was supposed to kick off April 18th.
- March 12th – The Country 2 Country festival in London, Dublin and Glasgow, featuring Eric Church, Luke Combs and Darius Rucker, is postponed over concerns of the spread of the coronavirus.
- March 12th – Blake Shelton postpones the rest of his “Friends and Heroes 2020” tour due to concerns over the coronavirus.
- March 12th – Dan + Shay decide to reschedule the remainder of the tour “Arena Tour,” moving dates to the summer.
- March 12th – Willie Nelson’s 2020 Luck Reunion, featuring Margo Price, Orville Peck, Amanda Shires, Shooter Jennings, and more, is canceled.
- March 12th – Chris Stapleton reschedules four shows on his “All American Roadshow Tour” due to the coronavirus.
- March 13th – Miranda Lambert cancels her planned tour of Australia.
- March 14th – The 2020 Merlefest, featuring Willie Nelson & Family, Alison Kraus, John Prine, Greensky Bluegrass and more, is canceled.
- March 15th – Shania Twain postpones all March dates of her “Let’s Go” Las Vegas residency.
- March 17th – Billboard Music Awards, which was supposed to take place April 29th in Las Vegas, is postponed.
- March 17th – Hot Country Knights postpone their first-ever headlining tour.