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Coronavirus: Stereoboard's Guide To Cancelled And Postponed Events

Wednesday, 08 April 2020 Written by Laura Johnson

Since the World Health Organisation declared the COVID-19 coronavirus a pandemic 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 cancelled.

In order to keep music lovers as informed as possible, Stereoboard has attempted to collate a list of acts that have had to cancel, postpone or reschedule 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 have grouped the acts by region to try and make it easier to navigate. So we can keep you updated in as close to real time as possible we’ve also curated a collection of cancellation tweets posted by artists, promoters and venues. View that below. 

We appreciate this is an uncertain and difficult time, but please do not contact Stereoboard regarding cancellations due to coronavirus. We cannot advise you beyond what is contained in this article and we do not hold, and cannot access, any of your order details.

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


10cc, 3Oh!3, The Academic, A Day To Remember, A Gay and a NonGay, A Question Of Sport Live, the Acacia Strain, Adam Kay, Agnes Obel, the Alarm, Alexis Ffrench, Aleyna Tilki, Ali Wong, All Points East, Al Murray, Alphabeat, Amy Wadge, Andre Rieu, Andy And The Odd Socks, Andy King, Andy Shauf, Annie Mac, Aquilo, Are You Listening? festival, Asa, Ash, Aslan, Astrid S, ATEEZ, Avril Lavigne, Bambara, Bang Bang Romeo, Barry Manilow, Bath Festival, Bauhaus, Baxter Dury, BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, BBNO$, BC Camplight, Bearded Theory festival, Beardyman, Becky Hill, Ben Hart, Ben Monteith, Ben Watt, Beoga, Best Coast, Bicep, Big Brave, Black Coffee, black midi, Black Peaks, Black Water County, Blanck Mass, Blanco White, the Blindboy Podcast, the Blinders, Blossoms, Bombay Bicycle Club, Bon Iver, Boomtown Rats, The Boys Are Back Tour, Braids, Brendan Schaub, Brian Deady, Brian Fallon, British Sea Power, Brockhampton, Broken Witt Rebels, Burn The Floor, Bury Tomorrow, Callaghan, Call Of The Wild festival, Camila Cabello, Caribou, Car Bomb, Cassels, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Cavetown, Charlotte Lawrence, Chelsea Wolfe, Childcare, Chris Ramsey, Christy Moore, Cigarettes After Sex, Circa Waves, Clannad, Clean Cut Kid, CocoRosie, Columbia Mills, Comic Relief Spectacular, Confidence Man, the Coronas, Corrosion Of Conformity, Country To Country, Craig David, Creeper, Daniel Merriweather, Danko Jones, Darcy Oake, David Baddiel, David Gray, D Double E, Dermot Kennedy, Digdat, Dinosaur Pile Up, Disclosure, Disney On Ice, the Districts, Dita Von Teese, Don Letts, Do Nothing, Download Festival, the Drifters, the Dualers, Dua Lipa, Dune Rats, Dutty Moonshine Big Band, Easy Life, Ed Byrne, Ed Wynne, Elbow, Eliza and the Bear, Eliza Shaddad, Ella Eyre, Elvana, Elvis Costello, Engelbert Humperdinck, Enter Shikari, Eric Gales, Eurovision Song Contest, Everyone You Know, Evanescence and Within Temptation, EZHEL, Ezra Furman, Feeder, Fletcher, Focus Wales, Forest Live gig series, Frank Skinner, Frank Turner, the Fratellis, From The Jam, Full Of Hell, Gabrielle Aplin, Gaffa Tape Sandy, Geko, Gender Roles, Georgia Ruth, Gerry Cinnamon, Ghostemane, Glastonbury Festival, Gods Of Rap II, Gogo Penguin, Goldfrapp, Grace Carter, Grace Petrie, Gracey, Grand Designs Live, Grayscale, the Great Escape festival, Greentea Peng, Greg Dulli, the Guilty Feminist, Guvna B, Hands Off Gretel, Harry Styles, Hayseed Dixie, Health, H.E.A.T, Heaven 17, Himalayas, Hinds, Home Free, the Howl and the Hum, HRVY, Hudson Taylor, Hunter and the Bear, Hyukoh, Iain Stirling, IAMDDB, Idles, Iggy Pop, Igorrr, Iliza Shlesinger, Indian Idol, Inhaler, I Prevail, Isle Of Wight Festival, Jack Dee, Jade Bird, Jarv Is..., Jaysom, Jazz Morley, Jeff Dunham, Jesus and Mary Chain, Jimmy Carr (Brentwood Live), Jimothy Lacoste, Joanne Shaw Taylor, John Grant, the Joe and Dianne Show, Joel Dommett, Joe Satriani, Joesef, JOHN, John Bishop, Joker In Concert, Jon Hopkins (Teenage Cancer Trust gig), Jonathan Pie, Jordan Mackampa, JP Cooper, Kawala, Keith Barry, Keith Urban, Kele Okereke, Kidz Bop, King King, King Krule, Lady Bird, La Linea Festival, Lamb Of God, Larkins, Laura Marling, Lee Scratch Perry, Les Musicals, Levellers, Liam Gallagher (Heaton Park), Life, Lightning Seeds, Like A Storm, Lilla Vargen, Lily Moore, Lime Cordiale, Litany, Live At Piece Hall, Live In The Wyldes, Liverpool Sound City, Lloyd Cole, the Lovely Eggs, Lost In Music (Brentwood Live), Louis Tomlinson, Louise Redknapp, Los Lobos, Luke Evans, M Huncho, Machine Head, Madonna, Mahalia, Major Lazer Soundsystem, Maluma, Mario Rosenstock, Marshall Live, Massive Wagons, Mathilda Homer, McFly (spring dates only), Meltdown Festival, Melt Yourself Down, Meute, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Midland, Mighty Hoopla Festival, Milk Teeth, the Millennium Tour, Milton Jones, Mogwai, Moncrieff, Mumford and Sons, Mystery Jets, Nada Surf, the Neighbourhood, Neighbourhood Weekender, Neon Waltz, New Hope Club, Newton Faulkner, NF, Niall Horan, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Nick Helm, Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets, the Night Cafe, Nimmo, the Ninth Wave, Noble Jacks, Noel Gallagher, Norman Jay MBE, Nova Twins, October Drift, Oliver Callan, Orchards, Pablo Vittar, Palace, Palaye Royale, Parklife festival, Parkway Drive, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Peggy Sue, Pengshui, Pentatonix, Peter Hook and the Light, Peter Kay’s Dance For Life, Pet Shop Boys, Phobophobes, Pictish Trail, the Pigeon Detectives, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (spring dates only), Pitchfork Music Festival Berlin, Plain White Ts, Planet, Polaris, Poppy, Porride Radio, Pottery, Preacher Lawson, Primavera festival, Princess Nokia, Protoje, the Psychedelic Furs, Pussycat Dolls, Queen and Adam Lambert, Queen Machine, Rak-Su, Radio City Hits Live, Rap Mania, Rat Boy, Record Store Day, Red City Radio, Redd Kross, Red Rum Club, the Regrettes, Remembering The Oscars Tour feat Janette Manrara and Alja˛ Škorjanec, Ren Harvieu, Rews, Rex Orange County, Richard Marx, Rick Astley, the Rifles, Rina Sawayama, Ritual Union Bristol, Riverdance, Rocketman Live In Concert, Roskilde Festival, Romesh Ranganathan, Rudimental (March shows), Rufus Wainwright, RuPaul’s Drag Race: Werq the World Tour, Russell Kane, Russian Circles, Sam Fender, Santana, Saving Grace (feat Robert Plant - March only), Saxon, Scarypoolparty, Scotty McCreery, the Script, Sea Change Festival, Sector 9, Shaan, Shalamar, the Shires, Shreya Ghoshal, Simple Minds, Siv Jakobsen, Skengdo X AM, Skunk Anansie, Slam Dunk festival, Sløtface, the Slow Readers Club, Smino, Snoop Dogg, Snowbombing Festival, the Snuts, Son Little, the Sonics, Sorcha Richardson, Sounds From The Other City festival, Sounds Of The 60s Live With Tony Blackburn (Warrington only), the South, Sports Team, Squid, Stand Up For Shelter, Stereophonics (Teenage Cancer Trust gig), Steve Martin and Martin Short, Stiff Little Fingers, Stonebwoy, Strictly Come Dancing The Professionals Tour, Submotion Orchestra, Supersonic Festival, Susan Boyle, Table Manners (Podcast), Talk Show, Tarja Turunen, Teenage Cancer Trust gig series, This Is Tomorrow festival, Tide Lines, Tim Vine, Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes, Tommy Tiernan, Toots and the Maytals, Torres, Tove Lo, Tracks Festival, Trevor Noah, Trippie Redd, the Twang, Twin Atlantic, Twinnie, Underworld, Van Der Graaf Generator, Van Morrison, Viagra Boys (spring dates), Vistas, Wales Goes Pop!, Walter Trout, Ward Thomas, Wardruna, the Wendy James Band, We Will Rock You Tour, What’s Love Got To Do With It Tour, the White Buffalo, Whitechapel, Wide Awake Festival, the Wildhearts, Will and the People, William Duvall, William Prince, Willie J Healey, With Confidence, the Who (including Teenage Cancer Trust gig), Wolf Parade, WOMAD festival, Yael Naim, Yelawolf, Ziggy Alberts.

All Academy Music Group and Live Nation venues have advised that all events and shows up until April 20 are temporarily postponed. Similar restrictions have been announced by numerous UK arenas. Ticket holders that are affected will be contacted directly by the venues/point of purchase.


III Points Festival, AB6IX, A Bowie Celebration, Adam Lambert, Against Me!, The Alarm, Alice Cooper, Alicia Keys, Alkaline Trio/Bad Religion, Ally Brooke, Amyl and the Sniffers, Apocalyptica, Ashnikko, Bad Touch, Barenaked Ladies, Beachlife Festival, Beth Hart, Beyond Wonderland SoCal, Big Ears Festival, Bikini Kill, Billie Eilish, Black Veil Brides, Blake Shelton, Blood Orange, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, Bonnaroo, Boston Calling, Boston Manor, BottleRock Napa Valley, Brian Fallon, BTS, Camila Cabello, Caribou, Cher, Chris Stapleton, Circa Survive, CMA Fest, Coachella, the Coronas, Cruel World Festival, Dan + Shay, David Lee Roth, Desert Stars, Disclosure, Dragonforce, Dreamville Fest, Dropkick Murphys, Eagles, Elton John (March 26 - May 2), Enter Shikari, Epicenter, Fetty Wap, Firefly Music Festival, Foo Fighters, GI DLE, Girl Talk, the Governors Ball, Grouplove, Guns N’ Roses (Costa Rica), Hangout Festival, Health, Henry Green, Hot Chip, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Idles, Jade Bird, James Gillespie, Jeff Dunham, Kenny Chesney, Killswitch Engage, King Gizard and the Lizard Wizard, KISS, Kurt Vile and Cate Le Bon, LA Dispute, Lanterns On The Lake, La Roux, Laura Marling, L Devine, Lindsey Buckingham, Lovers & Friends, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mariah Carey, Mayhem, MGMT, Michael Bublé, Milky Chance, Monster Magnet, Mountain Jam, New Orleans Jazz Fest, Niall Horan, Pearl Jam, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Protomartyr, Punk Rock Bowling, Pussy Riot, Rage Against The Machine, Record Store Day, Ringo Starr, Roger Waters, the Rolling Stones, Sebastian Bach, Shaky Knees Festival, Sharon Van Etten (April dates), Silverstein, Sleaford Mods, Soccer Mommy, Social House, Something in the Water Festival, Sonic Temple, Sparta, Squid, Stephen Malkmus, the Strokes, Summerfest, SXSW, They Might Be Giants, Thom Yorke, Thundercat, Tool, Treefort Music Festival, the Twilight Sad, Ultra Music Festival, Volbeat, Waxahatchee, Welcome to Rockville, White Denim, Wilco, Winter Music Conference, YES, Zac Brown Band, ZZ Top (Las Vegas residency). 

On March 16 the mayors for numerous large American cities, including New York and Los Angeles, announced that all bars and music venues must close until at least the end of March in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Others have imposed bans on large gatherings. Please refer to your point of purchase if you are unsure if a gig you have bought tickets for is going ahead.


The 1975, Aitch, Avril Lavigne, Basement Jaxx, Beach Slang, Bhad Babie, City and Colour, Deftones, Download Festival Australia, Dream Theater, Eagles Of Death Metal, Faith No More, Frank Turner, Helmet, Hinds, HRVY, Iron Maiden, Jimmy Eat World, John Prine, Kip Moore, Lacuna Coil, Marc Rebillet, Miranda Lambert, My Chemical Romance, New Order, Niall Horan, Ocean Alley, Pixies, So Pop Tour feat Pussycat Dolls, Tim Minchin, Under the Southern Stars.


BTS, Green Day, HRVY, Khalid, Knotfest Japan,  Lacuna Coil, Liam Gallagher, My Chemical Romance, the National, New Order, Set It Off, Seventeen, Slipknot, Stormzy, Trivium, Whitesnake, X Ambassadors, Yungblud.

Last updated 5.22pm on April 8

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