The latest event cancellations in Dallas-Fort Worth due to coronavirus

Amid ongoing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus and government restrictions on group meetings, more event cancellations and postponements are announced in Dallas-Fort Worth on a daily basis. To keep you as up to date as possible, we make a list of different announcements every week.

Note: Given the pace at which things are happening during these times, the cancellation will be quick. To make sure you are up to date, check with the presenting organization or venue for the status of a particular event.

Fort Worth

  • Fort Worth’s fourth: The festival portion of Fort Worth’s Fourth at Panther’s Island Pavilion on July 4th has been canceled, but the fireworks will continue to start.
  • Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival: The annual foodie event, which is slated to take place in multiple locations from October 22nd to 25th, has been canceled. The festival for next year is planned for April 8-11, 2021.
  • The Garrison Brothers Distillery presents the semi-finals of the Fort Worth Bourbon Brawl: This event, which is scheduled for August 6th in Ostreum, has been postponed to October 1st.
  • Anniversary theater: The theater company, which has postponed its production of How I Got Over several times, has postponed it again for June 19 to July 19.
  • Rascal Flatts: The country group has canceled their entire farewell: Life is a highway tour, including the July 18th appointment at the Dickies Arena.

Arlington

  • Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer: This “Hella Mega” concert, which is planned for July 31st at Globe Life Field, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
  • Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: The Rock Legends of the 80s tour has been postponed indefinitely in 2021, including the July 14th date at Globe Life Field.

Dallas

  • ABBA the concert: This event, which is planned for July 28th at Annette-Strauss-Platz, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
  • Adventure: This concert, scheduled for August 1st at the American Airlines Center, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
  • B. Moore Dance presents the neglected heart of the soul: an ode to Donny Hathaway: This event, scheduled for July 16-18 at the Winspear Opera House, has been postponed indefinitely.
  • Bauhaus: This concert, which is scheduled for July 23 at the bomb factory, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
  • The Bishop Arts Theater Center Presents Facing Facts: The Harsh Truth About Women Behind Bars: This event, scheduled for July 18, has been canceled.
  • The black keys: The rock duo has canceled their entire 2020 tour, including the July 17th appointment at the Dos Equis Pavilion.
  • Break Benjamin: This concert, which is scheduled for August 10th at the Dos Equis Pavilion, has been canceled.
  • The Classics Theater Project: The theater company has suspended all productions, including Look Back in Anger (scheduled July 10-25) and Abraham Lincoln (scheduled November 5-22).
  • Dallas Children’s Theater: The theater company has stopped production of Willy Wonka Jr. for July 24th and 25th.
  • The Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Chris Botti: The performance of the trumpeter Botti, which was originally planned for March 13-15 at the Meyerson Symphony Center and then planned for July 10-12, has again been postponed to October 8-10, 2021.
  • Fair Park Fourth: The annual celebration on July 4th at Fair Park has been canceled.
  • Foreigners: The classic rock band has canceled their Juke Box Hero Tour, including the 9/11 event at the Dos Equis Pavilion.
  • The Garrison Brothers Distillery presents the semifinals of the Dallas Bourbon Brawl: This event, scheduled for July 30th at The Empire Room, has been postponed to October 8th.
  • Hyena’s Comedy Nightclub presents Jen Kirkman: The comedian’s appearance, scheduled for July 10th and 11th, has been postponed to February 12th and 13th, 2021.
  • Incubus: The rock band has canceled their entire 2020 tour, including the date on July 28 at the Dos Equis Pavilion.
  • Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit: This concert, which is scheduled for August 9 at the bomb factory, has been postponed to August 6, 2021.
  • Klyde Warren Park: The downtown park has canceled its Independence Day celebration scheduled for June 27th and its Labor Day Food Truck Rally scheduled for September 6th. Fireworks will continue to be seen on June 27 as only a limited number of frontline health workers and their families are in attendance to record a KTVT-CBS 11 television special in their honor.
  • Corn and faith no longer: This co-headlining concert, which is due to take place on August 21 at the Dos Equis Pavilion, has been canceled.
  • Power plant: This concert, which is scheduled for July 2nd at The Bomb Factory, has been canceled.
  • Louis the child: This concert, scheduled for July 24th at the South Side Ballroom, has been postponed to July 30th, 2021.
  • The Monkees: This concert, which is scheduled for July 25 at the Majestic Theater, has been postponed to April 3, 2021.
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson: The astronomer’s appearance, originally scheduled for June 22nd at the Winspear Opera House and then postponed, has been completely canceled.
  • Purity ring: This concert, which was originally scheduled for May 8 at the bomb factory, has been postponed to April 10, 2021.
  • Sad summer festival with All Time Low: This music festival, scheduled for July 21st at Gas Monkey Live, has been canceled.
  • Theater of the second thought: The theater company stopped producing A Streetcar Named Desire from July 22nd to August 15th.
  • Shining down: The rock band has canceled their entire 2020 tour, including August 24th and 25th at the House of Blues Dallas.
  • The SpongeBob Musical: The Broadway musical national tour has been canceled, including dates from July 14-19 at the Winspear Opera House.
  • Tim McGraw: The country star has canceled his entire 2020 tour, including the August 8 appointment at the Dos Equis Pavilion.
  • Uptown players: The theater company has indefinitely postponed the production of Head Over Heels, which is due to take place July 10-26 at the Kalita Humphreys Theater. The production of Del Shores A Very Sordid Wedding, slated for August 21-30, was converted to a one-night-only performance on September 7th.

Addison

  • Addison After Dark: The city has canceled the rest of its entertainment series, which was scheduled to end monthly through November.
  • Kaboom city: The annual fireworks display continues on July 3, but the Addison Circle Park Guard Party and the accompanying Addison Airport Airshow have both been canceled. Residents are encouraged to watch the fireworks from their home or other locations.

Grand Prairie

  • Bert Kreischer: The comedian’s appearance, scheduled for The Theater at Grand Prairie on April 24th and then postponed for September 25th, has again been postponed to March 5th, 2021.
  • celtic woman:: This concert, which was originally scheduled for April 25, has been postponed to April 29, 2021.
  • Maks & Val Live: Film Tour: This dance, scheduled for July 18 at the Theater in Grand Prairie, has been postponed to July 31, 2021.
  • REO Speedwagon: This concert, originally scheduled for May 6th at the Theater in Grand Prairie, has been postponed to November 9th.

Irving

  • AJR and Quinn XCII: This concert, which is scheduled for July 21 in the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion, has been canceled.
  • David Gray: This concert, scheduled for August 7th in the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
  • Lindsey Stirling: This concert, scheduled for July 24th in the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
  • Megadeth: This concert, which is scheduled for July 18th in the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion, has been postponed indefinitely.
  • Melanie Martinez: This concert, which is scheduled for July 9th in the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion, has been canceled.

Plano

  • Plano’s All-American fourth: The July 4th festival portion of this annual event at Oak Point Park has been canceled, but fireworks will continue to be launched from a nearby farm. Residents are encouraged to watch the fireworks from their own homes, vehicles, or neighborhoods.

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