As news of the coronavirus continues to develop, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution remains committed to monitoring events, festivals, venues, and things to do in metro Atlanta that are canceled or changed. Below is a running list of events in and around the city that have altered because of a response to coronavirus concerns.
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American Marketing Association: All AMA Atlanta events in March and April are postponed. ama-atlanta.com
American Society on Aging: Organizers cancel Atlanta conference
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre: Styx concert pushed to June
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre: Lady Antebellum rescheduled for July 26.
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre: Kesha’s May 17 show postponed.
Atlanta Botanical Garden: Closed through April 30
Atlanta Dogwood Festival: The annual Piedmont Park gathering has been postponed
Atlanta Film Festival: Originally scheduled to begin April 30, the fest has been postponed
Atlanta Food & Wine Festival: The May culinary gathering has been postponed
Atlanta Humane Society: Run for the Rescues event has been rescheduled
Atlanta Motor Speedway: Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama has been postponed
Atlanta Opera: The company has postponed the season’s final shows
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: All performances through May 11 canceled or postponed
Atlanta Symphony Hall: Alicia Keys’ book appearance postponed
Bloody Mary Festival – Atlanta: Postponed. The new date is Sunday, July 26, 2020 (at the same venue). eventbrite.com
Bobby Dodd Stadium: BTS postpones North American tour, including May Atlanta date
Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival: The festival and a 5K race scheduled for a week earlier, will no longer happen
Buckhead Theatre: Most April shows have been postponed or canceled
Buckhead Theatre: Jenna Bush Hager book tour postponed until Sept. 27.
Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park: Big Boi’s inaugural ‘Kryptonite Festival’ moved to 2021
Candler Park Music Festival: Postponed until Sept. 5-6.
Center Stage: Many April and May dates canceled or postponed
Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon: Canceled due to coronavirus concerns
Children’s Museum of Atlanta: Closed until further notice
City Springs Theatre Company: Remaining performances of “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” have been canceled
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre: UPDATE: The venue remains closed until further notice
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre: George Lopez comedy show scheduled for March 14 has been postponed until May 29.
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre: “Baby Shark Live!” on April 23 has been postponed, new date Oct. 11
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre: Ringo Starr shifts tour to 2021
Cobb Galleria Centre: Several events have been canceled, including the Model Train Show and Atlanta Home Show. UPDATE
Coca-Cola Roxy: April shows have been canceled, check the calendar for updates
College Football Hall of Fame: Shut down until it is safe to reopen
CNN Studio Tours: CNN temporarily suspends studio tours amid coronavirus concerns
Dad’s Garage: Dad’s Garage pushes carnival fundraiser to late summer
Easter and Passover services: Easter sunrise services and many religious services around Easter, Passover and Ramadan are being held online or canceled. Canceled events include sunrise services at Stone Mountain Park and Kennesaw Mountain.
Eddie’s Attic: The Decatur music venue is closed until further notice
Fernbank Museum: As of Sunday, March 15, the museum will be closed. Reopening TBA.
Fox Theatre: Blackberry Smoke, The Allman Betts Band and The Wild Feathers rescheduled for Nov. 28.
Fox Theatre: All-Star Legends of Hip-Hop rescheduled for Oct. 2.
Freaknik Festival: Dates moved from June to Sept. 18-20
Georgia Chamber of Commerce: Georgia Chamber postpones upcoming events
Georgia colleges and universities: Many schools have canceled commencement ceremonies
Georgia Ensemble Theatre: All April performances have been canceled
Georgia River Network: The Spring on the Satilla river adventure has been postponed until fall
Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech Cognitive Aging conference postponed
Great Wolf Lodge: All resorts closed until May 19
Infinite Energy Arena: James Taylor, Jackson Browne tour postponed
Infinite Energy Arena: Reba McEntire postpones tour until summer
Infinite Energy Arena: The 1975 June 11 concert postponed.
Infinite Energy Arena: Camila Cabello postpones Sept. 23 concert (and tour).
Inman Park Festival: The annual spring festival has been postponed, possibly canceled
Kenny Chesney postpones: Mercedes-Benz Stadium show among rescheduled dates
King National Historical Park: All buildings within the park closed until further notice
Mac and Cheese Festival: Edgewood has moved its annual Mac and Cheese Festival to this Oct. 24 due to COVID-19.
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta: Closed “until we are advised that it is safe to open”
Mercedes-Benz Stadium: Justin Bieber postpones spring, summer tour dates
Milton's Parks and Recreation: All programs, as well as indoor and outdoor facility rentals, have been called off until at least April 16. cityofmiltonga.us/coronavirus
National Center for Civil and Human Rights: Closed temporarily starting Friday, March 13
Ponce City Market: The retail, restaurant and events space is closed
Record Store Day: The spring retail push for indie record stores moves to summer
Rescue Dog Games: The Piedmont Park canine gathering is postponed until fall
Rialto Center: “The Capitol Steps” March 28 performance is canceled, updates online at Rialto.GSU.edu.
Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center: April events and some in May have been canceled or postponed
2020 SAUPO Conference: Postponed April 10 event due to COVID-19 concerns
Shaky Knees, Shaky Boots: The two spring music fests alter schedule, one postponed, one canceled
Southface: The April 3 Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable is canceled. The Greenprints Conference has been rescheduled for June 3-4 at Georgia State University.
South Fulton: Local governments postpone, cancel events
Southwest Arts Center: ‘What About Carmen’ planned for Sunday, April 5 at 2:30pm has been canceled. events.ajc.com/event/what-about-carmen-whbznppb5t
State Farm Arena, André Rieu: Reschedules Atlanta concert for 2021
State Farm Arena, Gabriel Iglesias: Several dates on the comedian’s tour have been postponed, including Atlanta UPDATE: Now rescheduled for December
State Farm Arena, Erykah Badu and Common: Concert has been rescheduled
State Farm Arena, Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash: Moved to October
State Farm, Millennium Tour: The Bow Wow and Omarion-led tour has postponed its April date to summer
State Farm Arena, No Limit: The Master P led show reschedules May date
State Farm Arena, Roger Waters: “This Is Not a Drill” tour has been postponed until 2021
State Farm Arena, Niall Horan: Tour canceled with possible return in 2021
Stone Mountain Park: Easter Sunrise services canceled
Sweetwater 420 Fest: The annual April music and brew gathering is canceled for 2020
Synchronicity Theatre: All performances canceled through April
Tabernacle: Shows through April 24 canceled or postponed
Tellus Science Museum: The museum will remain closed until further notice
World of Coke: The downtown attraction is closed until further notice
The World Natural Hair and Healthy Lifestyle Event: Taliah Waajid World Natural Hair Show is being postponed. Guests can opt to have their tickets transferred to another event in September.
Zac Brown Band: Zac Brown Band cancels all 2020 tour dates
Zoo Atlanta: Zoo Atlanta closed until further notice
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