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Coronavirus: Stereoboard's Guide To Cancelled And Postponed Events

Tuesday, 15 December 2020 Written by Laura Johnson

Since the World Health Organisation declared the COVID-19 coronavirus a pandemic in early 2020 many countries have imposed travel and gathering bans. This has had huge ripple effects on the music industry, resulting in an unprecedented number of events being rescheduled, postponed or cancelled.

In order to keep music lovers as informed as possible, Stereoboard has curated a collection of tweets posted by artists, promoters and venues that have had to change their tour dates due to the coronavirus. This list is not exhaustive and we urge anyone who is unsure if a concert is going ahead to contact their point of purchase e.g. Ticketmaster, AXS, or refer to an artist’s social media channels for updates.

We appreciate this is an uncertain and difficult time, but please do not contact Stereoboard regarding cancellations due to the coronavirus. We do not hold, and cannot access, any of your order details. Please check our ticket section for rearranged tour dates.

Ticketmaster have also created a comprehensive information portal that lists their postponed, cancelled and rescheduled shows from A to Z. View that here.



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