Here is an inventory of Arizona occasions canceled or postponed over coronavirus


As the number of new coronavirus cases continues to surge in the United States, many major events across the state have been canceled or postponed to prevent the disease, also known as COVID-19, from spreading across the community.

Here are the events that have been canceled or postponed in Arizona:

Constantly: Spring training games throughout the valley.

Constantly: Phoenix Suns Games. The NBA has suspended the 2019-2020 season.

March 11-13: A leadership retreat for doTERRA, a tiered marketing company that sells essential oils and related products at the Phoenix Convention Center.

March 12th: The Arizona Coyotes game against the Vancouver Canucks in Glendale. The NHL decided on Thursday to pause the 2019-2020 season.

March 12-13: The University of Arizona Critical Librarianship and Education Symposium. The school plans to offer an online-only version of the conference in May.

12-14 March:Disney on Ice at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

13-14 March::Yuma Airshow at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.

13-15 March: The Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival has been postponed indefinitely.

13-15 March: Scottsdale Arts Festival.

March 13th – April 3rd: Phoenix Art Museum on-site museum programs and events, including daily public and school tours. The museum itself remains open.

the 14th of March: Airshow at the Naval Air Facility in El Centro, California.

the 14th of March: The Palo Bloom Festival at Steele Indian School Park. The free event was organized to promote civic engagement and increase voter turnout as Arizona nears its presidential primary on Tuesday.

the 14th of March: The Doughboys’ live podcast show at Copper Blues in downtown Phoenix.

the 14th of March: Pod Save America Live Podcast Show at the Orpheum Theater. Full refunds are available and ticket holders will receive an email with further instructions. The organizers said they hope to set a new date.

14.-15. March: Signature Event of the Musical Instrument Museum Experience Ireland. The museum remains open.

14.-15. March: The Tucson Festival of Books. According to the Arizona Daily Star, the festival brings more than 100,000 people to the University of Arizona campus.

14.-15. March: The Seventh Annual Arizona Italian Festival at the Phoenix Convention Center. According to the event’s Facebook page, it will now take place on October 17th and 18th.

14.-15. March: The Aloha DI and DII championships at the Phoenix Convention Center. According to the event’s website, they’re expected to be postponed later this season.

March, 15: The Arizona Renaissance Festival announced that they will end their season early. All tickets purchased online are automatically refunded. Discount tickets purchased from Fry’s should be mailed in a self-addressed, stamped envelope to AZ REN FEST TICS 12601 East US Highway 60 Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 for a refund.

15.-16. March: The NHL’s Black Hockey History Tour. The mobile museum, scheduled for March 15 at Tempe Marketplace and March 16 at Gila River Arena, celebrates the contributions and accomplishments of black players in NHL history.

March 15 to 31:Performances at the Phoenix Symphony Hall.

March 16-29: Theater of the Mesa Arts Center.

March 17th – ongoing: All Gilbert municipal buildings will be closed to the public at 4 p.m.

March 17th – April 10th: All Gilbert leisure centers, public libraries and facilities are closed. All Gilbert Parks & Recreation spring courses and programs have been canceled and will be automatically refunded within 2-3 weeks.

March 18th:Glossier’s pop-up shop in Arizona. The cult beauty brand was due to open Glossier Arizona in Scottsdale Fashion Square on March 18th. This opening will be delayed and all current Glossier stores will “close for at least the next two weeks to contain the spread of COVID-19.” “CEO Emily Weiss announced on Thursday in an open letter on the Glossier website.

March 18-22: Pinal County Fair at Casa Grande.

March 19-21: Cirque du Soleil AXIS in the Prescott Valley. The organizers plan to postpone the performances.

March 19-22: The Volvik Founders Cup at Wildfire Golf Club at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort and Spa.

March, 20th: Pride Run Phoenix.

March 20-22: Fourth Avenue Street Fair in Tucson.

March 20-22: The Goodguys 11th Spring Nationals at WestWorld in Scottsdale.

March 21st: Eco PHX Expo at Roosevelt Mini Park in Phoenix.

March 21st: World Down Syndrome Day celebration in Mesa.

March 21-22: The Pecan & Wine Festival in the town of Camp Verde is canceled. Organizers said it was “not feasible” to reschedule because the coronavirus outbreak was “unsafe and limited in time”.

March 21-22: Daisy Mountain Rock and Mineral Clubs Rock and Gem Show in Anthem.

March 21-22: Luke Days 2020 Airshow at Luke Air Force Base near Glendale.

March 21-22: The Arab American Festival at the Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix has been postponed indefinitely.

March 26th to 28th: The Bird City Comedy Festival in downtown Phoenix. Refunds are possible and the organizers are planning to reschedule.

March 26th – April 5th:The Phoenix Film Festival at Harkins Scottsdale 101 has been postponed indefinitely.

March 27-29: Tempe Festival of the Arts in Tempe.

28th March: Drive-by truckers in Van Buren in downtown Phoenix.

28th March:Zac Brown Band in the Ak-Chin Pavilion.

28th March: An open day at Midwestern University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Glendale.

March 28-29:PhxAM Skateboard Tournament at Desert West Skateboard Plaza in Phoenix. Cowtown Skateboards and its partners said the cancellation was the first in 19 years.

April 1st to 5th:Arizona Bike Week at Scottsdale’s Westworld.

April 3rd to 5th:The format in Van Buren in downtown Phoenix.

4. April: The Celebrity Fight Night has been postponed to October 3rd, still at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix.

4. April: The Taco Fest at Salt River Fields has been postponed indefinitely. Those who bought tickets will receive an automatic refund to their credit card.

April 4th to 5th: The 40th annual Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade has been postponed from November 7th to 8th. The festival continues to take place at the Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix.

7th of April: The Arizona Hometellers Project “Home” Show at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.

11 April: Pearl Jam at the Gila River Arena. Ticketmaster will be in touch with ticket holders shortly, the company says, but current tickets will be honored for the new dates.

11 April: Hop & Hops Easter egg hunt at Goodyear Ballpark.

16.-19. April: The Nirvana Food and Wine Festival to be held at the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley. According to the resort’s website, it has been postponed to fall with no specific date announced.

April 16-26: The Tucson Pima County Fair has been canceled.

April 18: Pat’s Run has been switched to a virtual race, which means that participants run their 4.2 miles individually rather than as a group in Tempe

17th-19th April: Cirque du Soleil’s AXEL appearances in Tucson.

April 18:Goodyear Lakeside Must Fest at the Estrella Lakeside Amphitheater.

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