Friday, March 13, 2020

Here's Every Tucson Event Canceled Due To COVID-19

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This is an ongoing list of every Tucson event canceled due to coronavirus (that we know of.) This list will be updated periodically:

Arts and Culture

- Tucson Festival of Books

- Fourth Ave. Street Fair

- Tucson Folk Fest

- Rialto Theatre shows through (at least) beginning of April

- Fox Theatre shows through (at least) April 5

- SculptureTucson Festival Show & Sale

- Tucson Hip Hop Festival to be rescheduled

- Loft Cinema closed through March 31

- 191 Toole is suspend all shows and events until at least the beginning of April

- KFMA Day

- Tucson Symphony Orchestra is suspending all performances through the end of the month

- Arizona Theatre Company putting the production of The Legend of Georgia McBride on hiatus through the end of the month

- Catalina Organ Festival

- The Museum of Contemporary Art is postponing all public programs until further notice

- The Tucson Museum of Art is canceling or postponing all programs, lectures and events effective Monday, March 16. Their open-air Spring Artisan Market, already in progress, will continue with extra cleaning and hygiene protocols in place. The museum is open and will remain open "as long as it is responsible to do so."

- Sahuarita Creative Arts Festival

- Monster Jam at the Tucson Arena (March 20 to 22) has been postponed

- The University of Arizona's School of Theatre, Film & Television is canceling all performances and events through April. This includes the upcoming Arizona Repertory Theatre season presentations of The Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Light in the Piazza.

- The Rogue Theatre is canceling all remaining performances of The Beauty Queen of Leenane, as well as the upcoming staged reading of The House of Bernarda Alba

- Cirque du Soleil shows at the Tucson Arena from April 17 to 19

- Steam Pump Ranch events through the end of March (except for Heirloom Farmers Market)

- The Rock is halting all operations for the rest of March and will reassess in April

- UA Presents has canceled all remaining events for their 2019 - 2020 season

- Broadway in Tucson has cancelled all showings of 'A Bronx Tale'

- Invisible Theatre has postponed shows of From Brooklyn to Broadway in Only 50 Years. The new dates are for Saturday, May 16


- All Arizona public schools closed through March, as per Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman

- The University of Arizona is switching to online classes through the end of the semester, canceling all sporting events

- Pima Community College is extending Spring Break an extra two days to March 25, canceled all non-essential events through April 30, and moving all in-person classes to virtual instruction whenever possible for the next two weeks

- Tucson St. Patrick's Day Parade is postponed

- The Pima Community College Native American Student Association’s 2020 Spring Pow Wow

- Tucson Jewish Community Center closing through March

City of Tucson / Municipal events

- All City of Tucson meetings of Boards, Committees and Commissions are suspended

- Arizona Distance Classic Half Marathon, Quarter Marathon and 5K

- Tucson Sugar Skulls and Indoor Football League season is postponed until further notice

- Palo Verde Park Fest

- Vista Porch Fest

- Meetings for the Democrats of Greater Tucson through the end of March

- 11th annual Home and Garden Tour, scheduled for April 5, has been canceled

- Humane Society's annual Puttin' on the Dog fundraiser postponed until October 10

- The Historic Fourth Avenue Coalition has canceled their April 5 Art Walk

Town of Marana Events

- Marana Founders' Day

- Marana Gastronomy Tours

- Honea Heights Park grand opening

Town of Oro Valley Events

Stormwater Utility Commission meeting

- Budget and Finance Commission meeting

- Taste of Oro Valley

- Oro Valley Kids Concert series

- AACM Oro Valley HOA Forum

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