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Concerts, Awards: List Of Postponed vs Cancelled shows


David Mudd

The entertainment industry is quickly reacting to the CDC’s notice that Americans should prop for a coronavirus flare-up. All-inclusive, there are more than 90,000 affirmed instances of coronavirus, recognized as COVID-19, necessarily in terrain China, where it started.

A lot of concerts, festivals, film and TV shoots and other events are now cancelled. Here is a list of all the upcoming event which have been either cancelled or postponed. Take a look.

List Of Cancelled Events

Louis Tomlinson

Louis Tomlinson cancelled a feature appear in Milan on March 11, which was to be a piece of his visit to advance his first independent collection, Dividers. He guaranteed fans on Twitter that he “will be back in July” and to clutch their tickets.


Bad news for NBA fans. Rudy Gobert and player of Utah Jazz has been tested positive of the COVID-19. Due to this, the NBA games have been suspended for now.

TED 2020 

The forthcoming gathering, initially booked for the finish of April, was set to achieve 1,000 individuals to Vancouver. It’s been deferred until July 20 to 26.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade 

The fatal spread of Corona Virus has to lead to the cancellation of the famous St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Sadiq Khan has expressed his disappointment by saying that he is “incredibly disappointed” that the festivities would not go ahead as planned this weekend, but they are also  left with “no choice.”

Livre Paris Book Fair

The most famous Book Fair that takes place every year in France is now cancelled. The French government has shown extreme concerns regarding the death taking CoronaVirus and has asked for the event to take a halt.

Japan Cherry Blossom Festival (Tokyo, Japan)

The famous Japanese festival has now been cancelled on March 11.

List Of Postponed Events

Disney’s Mulan 

The much-awaited Disney’s upcoming movie ‘Mulan’. The live-action version of the 1998 film of the same name will not be released on March 27, but on an unspecified later date, Disney announced on Friday.

Mariah Carey

The upcoming Hawai concert of Mariah Carey has been postponed due to COVID-19. Although her twitter handle days that the reason is because of “evolving international travel restrictions” But, we all know it right?

“I’m so so sad to have to announce that I’m postponing my show to November,” wrote the All I Want For Christmas Is You, singer. “I was so excited to come back to Hawaii on my’ anniversary month.'” she wrote.

Upcoming James Bond Film

No Time to Die, the forthcoming James Bond film, has been postponed by seven months because of the of COVID-19.

The film producers wrote – “After careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace, the release of No Time to Die will be postponed until November 2020.”


We genuinely hope that the pandemic evades as quickly as possible so that the world gets back to normal.