Hamilton, Harry Potter, NBA, Tame Impala, The Cherry Blossom Festival And Other Major Coronavirus Cancellations

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A list of coronavirus cancellations, closures and postponements in the Bay Area.

As the situation continues to escalate and major events and gatherings are being canceled or postponed each day in an attempt to slow down the spread of coronavirus. This includes highly anticipated shows and events like the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Tame Impala concert, Hamilton production and the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child theatre performance. In addition to these cancellations, major museums and attractions have been closed until further notice. [Featured image: Artem Maltsev]

UPDATE: On March 11, California banned ALL gatherings with 1,000 or more people and through at least March 25. Additionally, all non-essential gatherings of more than 250 people or 10 or more “at-risk” individuals should be canceled. New venues have been added below, along with details. 

Cancellations and closures

Unless otherwise mentioned, all public events (with 50 or more attendees) and performances falling on or between March 7 and March 20 at the following venues have been canceled, along with some temporary closures.


Postponed events or events replaced with digital alternatives

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