What’s Closed, Canceled, and Postponed Due to Coronavirus So Far?

From ’Hamilton’ to hockey, our up-to-date list of what’s been called off for COVID-19
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Update 3/16/20: Please note that, in addition to the specific closures listed here, as of Sunday, March 15, most entertainment venues–as well as bars, nightclubs, movie theaters, private clubs, and other facilities where people gather–have been shut down through at least March 31. Read more about that here. We will continue to update this list with information about specific events, particularly those past March 31, as those announcements are made.


With a rush of announcements it can be tough to keep up with what has been canceled amid the coronavirus outbreak. We’ve attempted to organize as many announcements about L.A. area closures and cancelations due to the outbreak here and will continue to update this list as more are inevitably released.

If you purchased tickets to an event listed here or have any other questions about a specific cancelation, please contact the organizer or institution directly to find more information. Where we have reopening or rescheduled dates available they have been noted, otherwise please check with the institution for updates.


Theater & Performing Arts

A Noise Within Theater: All performances canceled through April 30

Ahmanson Theatre: All performances through March 31

CAP UCLA: All events through May 10, postponed

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion: All performances through March 31

Hamilton at Hollywood Pantages Theatre: Performances through at least March 31

Mark Taper Forum: All performances through March 31

Netflix Is a Joke Festival: Postponed, new date TBA

REDCAT: All performances through April 12, lounge and gallery to remain open standard hours

The SpongeBob Musical at Hollywood Pantages Theatre: Performances canceled March 24-31

The Wallis: All performances through March 31


Sports

Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach

BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells

NBA: Games suspended indefinitely

NCAA: “March Madness” basketball tournament canceled

MLB: Opening day delayed at least two weeks

MLS: Games suspended for 30 days (as of March 12)


Museums & Attractions

California African American Museum: Closed through March 31

Disneyland: Closed through March 31

Getty Center and Getty Villa: Closed until further notice

Grammy Museum: Closed through March 31

Hammer Museum: Closed March 14-April 30; all programs canceled; Audrey restaurant will open for reduced hours

Knott’s Berry Farm: Closed until further notice

La Brea Tar Pits: Closed from March 14 until further notice

L.A. County Public Libraries: All 73 libraries closed through March 31; no fines assessed for late returns

L.A. Louver Gallery: Closed until further notice

LACMA: Closed until further notice

Legoland: Closed from March 14-31

ModelLand by Tyra Banks: Opening postponed indefinitely

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County: Closed from March 14 until further notice

Roberts Projects Gallery: Closed to the public; available by special appointment

SeaWorld: Closed March 16-31

Six Flags Magic Mountain: Closed through March 31

Smithsonian Magazine Free Museum Day (Local participants were to include Grammy Museum, Japanese American National Museum, CAAM, MoLAA, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, and others)

Universal Studios Hollywood: Closed through March 31


Concerts & Music Festivals

1720: Pussy Riot on March 13, postponed

Bootleg Theater: “Otto Frank” series, postponed; concerts March 13, 14, 25, 26, 28, 31, April 21, postponed; concerts March 15, 16, 20, 22, 23, 24, April 3, canceled

Burgerama 2020 Festival: Postponed, date TBA

Coachella Music Festival: Postponed to October 9-11 and 16-18

Cruel World Festival: Rescheduled to September 12, 2020

The Echo: Performances on March 13-17 and 25 canceled; dance nights canceled through March 23; bands scheduled for March 18-24 to be rescheduled

Echoplex: Performances on March 13-25 to be rescheduled; dance nights and HTRK on March 15 canceled

El Rey Theatre: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

Exchange L.A.: Events through March 16, postponed

Fonda Theatre: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

Fox Theatre Pomona: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

The Hi Hat: Performances March 15, March 27, April 3-5, April 8, postponed; performances March 17, March 22-23, April 9, canceled

Hollywood Forever Cemetery: Paloma Mami on March 14, postponed

Hollywood Palladium: Performances on March 15, 17, 27, and April 5, postponed

Junior High: Events on March 13 and 19, canceled; gallery closed

Korea Times Music Festival: Postponed, date TBA

Lodge Room: Telefon Tel Aviv on March 13 postponed; Work Drugs on March 14 canceled

Lovers & Friends Festival: Rescheduled to August 8, 2020

Microsoft Theater: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

Moroccan Lounge: Performances postponed through March 31

The Novo: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

Palace Theater: Múm on March 31, postponed

Pasadena Conservatory of Music: All performances through April 5

Resident DTLA: Riot at the Disco on March 14, postponed

The Regent Theater: All events on March 13-22, March 27, April 3-6, April 16-17, April 20-24, and September 10-12 are postponed (remaining events on other dates will go on)

The Roxy Theatre: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

Santa Barbara Bowl: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall: Performances through March 31 to be rescheduled

The Smell: Performances canceled March 12-31

Stagecoach Music Festival: Postponed to October 23-25

Teragram Ballroom: Performances postponed through April 2

Troubadour: All performances postponed through March 31

Walt Disney Concert Hall / L.A. Phil: All performances through March 31

Wilco: Hollywood Palladium and Orpheum Theater concerts postponed

The Wiltern: Events on March 13-14, March 24, April 4, postponed, new dates posted on website

Zebulon: Kinky Friedman on March 15, postponed


Food Events 

California Wine Festival – Dana Point: Rescheduled for August 28-29

James Beard Foundation – Taste America, Los Angeles: Postponed to fall 2020

L.A. Times Food Bowl: Postponed to fall 2020

Smorgasburg L.A.: Markets canceled until further notice


Film Festivals & Screenings

Beverly Hills Film Festival

TCM Film Festival


Other Events

City of El Monte: All public events in March

Sierra Madre Wistaria Festival: Postponed, date TBA

Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend: Postponed to September 16-20

E3 Expo

L.A. Art Book Fair

L.A. Pride

RuPaul’s DragCon L.A. 2020

Santa Barbara Orchid Show

ShamRock ‘n’ Roll at the Queen Mary

WonderCon: Postponed, date TBA


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