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L.A. Guide To All Event Postponements and Cancellations In The City

By Malia Wooten March 13, 2020

The city is taking a responsible step towards avoiding the spread of COVID-19.

There never seems to be a shortage of things to do in the city but with the recent global coronavirus outbreak, health officials have advised that events or gatherings involving more than 250 people in one given place be postponed or canceled.

Here’s an up-to-date list of all the events and institutions that are temporarily closed or postponed so that you can keep track! Be kind to one another and stay healthy, Los Angeles. ❤️

Theme Parks

Photo by: @disneyland

Disneyland + Disney California Adventures
Closed through the end of the month.

Universal Studios
Closed through March 28.

Knotts Berry Farm
Closed through the end of the month.

Six Flag Magic Mountain
Closed through the end of the month.

Box Office

Photo by: @mulan

Fast and Furious 9
Release date slated for May 22; postponed to April 2, 2021.

A Quiet Place II
Release date slated for Friday, March 13; a new date has not been announced.

Mulan
Slated for March 27; a new release date has yet to be announced.

No Time To Die
Release date slated for April 22; postponed to November 25.

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runway
Postponed to August 7.

Festivals + Fairs

Photo by: @miss_danimarie

Coachella
Postponed to October 9-11 and October 16-18.

Stagecoach Festival
Postponed to October 23-25.

PaleyFest
No future date at this time.

Indian Film Festival
Postponed to later this year.

USC Festival of Books, Stories, and Ideas
Postponed to October 3.

WonderCon
Exact date to be announced.

Record Store Day
Postponed to June.

PPLA Food Fare
Canceled.

LA Art Book Fair
Canceled.

The Wallis in Beverly Hills
All productions, gatherings, public presentations, and educational programs have been canceled through March 31.

Concerts + Shows

Photo by: ShutterStock

Hamilton at the Pantages Theater
All March shows have been canceled.

Spongebob Musical at Dolby Theater
All March shows have been canceled.

The Book of Mormon at the Ahmanson Theatre
All remaining shows have been canceled.

Beyond Wonderland
Postponed to June. Exact date to be announced.

Celine Dion at the Staples Center
Rescheduling to be announced.

Wilco at the Palladium and Orpheum
Rescheduling to be announced.

The Strokes at the Forum
Postponed to May 29.

The Comedy Store
All shows have been canceled through the end of March. The original room will continue to have two shows a night.

Upright Citizens Brigade
All shows have been canceled until further notice.

The Groundlings Theatre
All shows through March have been canceled.

Kids Choice Awards
Rescheduling to be announced.

Sports

Photo by: @therealbyrdyman

Dodgers Games
Spring training games canceled and MLB’s opening day will be postponed two weeks until further notice.

NBA Games
Suspended for the rest of the season.

NHL Games
Suspended for the rest of the season.

Museums

Photo by: @annenbergspace

LACMA
Closed until further notice.

The Broad
Closed through March 31.

MOCA
Closed until further notice.

The Getty Center + Getty Villa
Closed to the public until further notice.

Annenberg Space for Photography
Closed through the end of the month.

The Hammer Museum
Closed through the end of April.

Griffith Observatory
Closed until April 4.

Los Angeles Zoo
Closed to the public through March 31.

Hauser + Wirth Los Angeles
Closed to the general public through the end of the month. Appointment only.

Other Events

Photo by: DragCon

RuPaul’s DragCon
Postponed to May 2021.

Queen Mary’s Shamrock ‘n’ Roll
Canceled.

Nowruz Celebration
Canceled.

ArtNight Pasadena
Canceled.

E3 2020
Canceled.

Museum Day
Canceled.

Featured photo: Shutterstock


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